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Kate Hooe House & Tudor Hall is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is located at Quarry road in Manassas. It is the only known building that predates the Civil War period in the Manassas Historic District. Most places in Manassas listed as a historical place would have a marker beside or not too far from it.

Katie Hooe House has been in existence ever since the city was only a small village at the junction of two railroads. The house is a structured wooden frame house which contains a rear extension on one side. It has been constructed of logs and it was originally used as housing for railroad workers before and shortly after the Civil War.

The Tudor Hall is located on the east side of the house. The hall gave its name to the train stop and post office built in Manassas in 1851. Tudor Hall was still used until the 1960s but was replaced with Manassas Junction. To date, the train stop is just called Manassas.
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