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Historical Significance Exhibits at the Historical Society - -

The Museum features vibrant museum exhibits of the history of settlement of the Rockingham/Harrisonburg area with displays highlighting folk art; school history; agricultural history; an electronic lighted map of Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign; and a changing exhibit. Also available is an extensive genealogy library with guides to assist your research; a large selection of history books for sale; and a gift shop with area pottery, folk items, collectibles, and historic cook books.


Heritage Museum Today

The Society features excellent exhibits in their Heritage Museum depicting the history of the Rockingham County/Harrisonburg area; an electric map highlighting Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign in 1862; an extensive genealogy library with guides to assist with your research; a large selection of history books for sale with online ordering; and a folk art collection. The current special exhibit features Jedidiah Hotchkiss' Civil War maps on display through April 30, 2011. The 19th Century historic Cromer-Trumbo House, furnished with decorative arts and antiques from the Mary Spitzer Etter collection, will be open for tours on the 4th Saturday of the month from May-August from 11am-3pm. Members of the Shenandoah Valley Textile Guild will demonstrate early fiber arts on the porch. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm.



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