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The beginning, the end, and a few battles in between. These are Virginia's six hallowed battlefields of the Civil War.
Just off the shores of Virginia Beach spectacular wildlife
emerges each winter. From humpback and fin whale sightings to beautiful
waterfowl like the northern gannet, the life along the coast is active and
In this presentation, Susan Polich will focus on what the average women wore during the Civil War time period. You will see examples of work and...
History comes to life in the rolling hills of the beautiful Louisa County countryside. This historic reenactment commemorates the 150th anniversary...
Hardy County, Virginia native John Hanse McNeill formed one of only three partisan units to survive the repeal of the Partisan Act by the Confedera...
The Civil War is coming to Scottsville - March 6-8, 2015. And you’re invited.
One hundred and fifty years ago, Union troops un...
Every second Wednesday of the month, the Museum of the Confederacy and the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park are partnering to bring ...
Join naval historian and former War Memorial Museum Director John Quarstein to explore the battle between the Monitor and Virginia. &nbs...
16th Annual Civil War Seminar, 1864 - Friday, March 13, 2015 through Sunday, March 15, 2015. The schedule for the day's events:
To the Bitter End is a new book that discusses all the surrenders at the end of the Civil War. From Appomattox to Bennett Place, to Alabama, the Tr...
The condition known today as PTSD went by several names during the Civil War: soldier’s heart, irritable heart and effort syndrome among othe...
Whether the Civil War was preventable is a debate that began shortly after Appomattox and continues today. But even earlier, in 1861, a group of Un...
Dinwiddie County is a community rich in history and heritage. The County holds the distinct honor of being home to more Civil War battles and...
The Overton-Hillsman farm house, circa 1780, is open to the public for guided tours 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The house was restored to reflect the 1865 ...
Come to Farmville Virginia and take part in The Last Stand: The Civil War Comes to Farmville. Immerse yourself in history meeting the men fro...
The Gift of Peace, Power & Promise
As the region, the Commonwealth and the nation commemorate the 150th Anniversary of events which too...
Join A. Wilson Greene and guest experts on a special series of unique presentations and tours of sites associated with the 1865 Campaign for Peters...
Join Chris Calkins, Park Manager, Sailors Creek Battlefield State Park, and American Civil War historian, as he describes his efforts to locate and...
It was in Appomattox on Palm Sunday, April 9, 1865, the bloodiest four years in U.S. history ended when Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrender...
Come meet and greet some of your favorite authors of Civil War history. Author’s books will be available for purchase and signing. Presented ...
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