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  • Virtual Mayflower Project
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    Virtual Mayflower Project

    Director Robert Stone talked about the Virtual Mayflower Project which uses virtual reality to recreate the ship that travelled from Plymouth, England to America in 1620 and the harbor from…

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  • Slavery to Freedom at Appomattox
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    Slavery to Freedom at Appomattox

    Appomattox Courthouse is commonly known as the site of General Lee’s surrender to General Grant and the end of the Civil War. Chief of Education Ernie Price talked about life after the war, highlighting the local…

    744 views
  • Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
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    Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts

    The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts features furniture, paintings, textiles and ceramics made and used by people in the southern states. Curator Daniel Ackerman highlighted objects that help tell…

    602 views
  • Hidden Town
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    Hidden Town

    Old Salem is one of the first history sites in North America to begin interpreting the narrative of enslaved African Americans. President Frank Vagnone explained how Old Salem is uncovering details about…

    415 views
  • RJ and Katharine Reynolds at Reynolda
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    R.J. and Katharine Reynolds at Reynolda

    Katharine Reynolds, the wife of tobacco magnate R.J. Reynolds, envisioned and built Reynolda in 1917. Director of Program and Interpretation Phil Archer toured the home’s most used rooms. C-SPAN’s…

    480 views
  • Historic Sandusky
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    Historic Sandusky

    Located just outside Lynchburg, Virginia, the Sandusky house served as Union headquarters during the battle of Lynchburg. Director Greg Starbuck revealed how the house got its name and talked about Ada…

    320 views
  • Dr Robert Johnson and Tennis Desegregation
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    Dr. Robert Johnson and Tennis Desegregation

    Dr. Robert Johnson hosted a tennis camp at his home in Lynchburg, Virginia, starting in the 1940s where he coached young African Americans including Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe. Lange Johnson talked about his…

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