Hamilton was founded in the mid-1700s and began to flourish in 1868 when the Washington and Old Dominion railroad began running from Alexandria to Hamilton, bringing visitors from Washington and Baltimore looking for relief in the cooler summer air of the Loudoun Valley. It was incorporated in 1875 as the town of Harmony, because of its small town atmosphere, friendliness, and spirit of harmony. Today, Hamilton embodies the term "small town America."
Hamilton celebrates its community each June during Hamilton Day with a parade through the center of town, homes tours, children's activities, barbeque, and vendors.
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