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Independent City of Manassas

Located in Prince William County, the small village was established in 1852 at the junction of the Manassas Gap Railroad and the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. The comunity played a pivotal role in two major Civil War conflicts which bore its name. Manassas was not incorporated as a town until 1874, and it became a city in 1975. See Prince William County for records.

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