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January, 2012
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Winter in Virginia



Leaving a Legacy

The Virginia Civil Rights Memorial, Richmond From educators, bankers, and film makers to dancers, singers,and even a governor, Virginia's African-American heritage is rich and inspiring.

~ Black History Month in Virginia
~ Heritage Sites and Attractions




150th Commemoration of the American Civil War and Emancipation

Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War and EmancipationThe war that divided a nation is commemorated 150 years later through remembrance and education.

~ Battle Reenactments
~ Civil War History Events
~ Walk in Their Footsteps
~ www.VirginiaCivilWar.org



Celebrate Virginia's Presidents

Yes, eight U.S. Presidents have loved Virginia, too.Eight United States Presidents have called Virginia their home. Tour sites relevant to these Commanders in Chief this Presidents Day.

~ Presidential Attractions
~ George Washington Slept Here




A Walk Through History

Sherwood Forest, home of John Tyler, 10th President of the United States.

Tour Virginia's historic homes for a real feel of Colonial America.

» Virginia's Historic Churches
» Virginia's Historic Districts

Settlement in Virginia

Chief Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Indian Tribe taken at their tribal grounds. CameronDavidson@CameronDavidson.com

Did your ancestors arrive with Captain John Smith or were they already here? Perhaps they arrived enslaved or were Scots-Irish or German immigrants.

Explore your heritage from Virginia.

Enticing Exhibits

Torpedo Factory Art Center. A former torpedo factory, this world-renowned art center is located just outside of Washington, D.C., on the waterfront in Old Town Alexandria. Artists, create, display and sell original works of art. CameronDavidson@CameronDavidson.com

Beautiful clay creations, wispy brush strokes, quilts, trains, flowers, and more. It's all on display in Virginia this spring.

» Upcoming Exhibits
» Historic Garden Week

Featured Travel Packages  Featured Discounts

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Civil War History in Arlington, Prices Vary

» Civil War Touring Package, Orange, $1649

» History is Fun, Williamsburg, $499 for four

» Old Town Winchester Walking Tour, $130

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 Game Day Specials, New Market

» Winter Sale in Springfield: 20% Off Rooms

» $200 Off at L'Auberge Proven├žal, Boyce

» 2nd Night 1/2 Price, Inn at Westwood Farm, Orange
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