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The town of Haymarket, Virginia, was built on land that once included a hunting path for the Iroquois Indians. It was formally founded in 1799 and for decades after, daily life revolved around the happenings at the Court House. That building was transformed into St. Paul's Episcopal Church in 1830 and became one of the few that survived conflagration at the hands of Confederate troops during the Civil War.
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