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Walk With Us Through Waterford, Virginia
Founded by Quakers in 1733, Waterford is a charming country village of historic homes, seemingly untouched by modern intrusion. Sites include the stately Moxley House, built by Lewis Shuey in the 1860s after he returned from the California gold fields, and the Arch House Row, where the normally stoic Quakers were seen dancing a jig of joy to celebrate the end of the Civil War. Waterford is listed as a National Historic Landmark.