Stories

This page is intended as a sampler for historical reference, for past residents and events within what is today the Green Springs National Historic Landmark District in Louisa County, not a comprehensive, historical overview nor a listing of all relevant websites and primary or secondary historical sources for the Landmark District. See the Research page for links to a selection of primary and secondary historical sources, focusing on slavery, slave places, and places of new freedom in the future Landmark District, and on the Camp Creek Settlement, Religious Society of Friends, recently published or shared online by the Louisa County Historical Society, including by Society-affiliated researchers; written recently from academic or descendant-community perspectives and published; or researched recently by the National Park Service.

Not implied below is the presence or absence of an NPS-held conservation easement, nor any specific, easement stipulations or management considerations. See the
Maps page for introductory guidance regarding easements.

Not listed here are the websites, searchable and readily available online, maintained by the owners of Green Springs National Historic Landmark District properties and describing their individual property histories, resources, services or goals, locations, and contact information. Likewise not listed here is information on tribal history or tribal connections to or tribal perspectives on the Landmark District and its resources and significance, information also searchable if shared online by tribes.

 

Green Springs Described

Unique Soils and Hydrology:

Famous Animals:

Green Springs History Articles

Learn about Green Springs from the Louisa County Historical Magazine. (Scroll down for indices and tables of contents volumes 1-46.)

Green Springs Experienced

The American Revolution:

Green Springs Imagined

Last updated: April 13, 2022

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