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Saving History Saturday: Civil War Graffiti To Be Relocated

Earlier this week, it was reported that Stafford County’s Board of Supervisors (Virginia) accepted an offer to relocate Civil War graffiti which dates to the winter of 1862-1863. The original location is Buzzards’ Roost and Union soldiers carved their names … Continue reading

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Saving History Saturday: Uncovering Civil War Graffiti

New technology is helping to uncovering secrets of Civil War graffiti in Fairfax, Virginia. The new tools for discovery and preservation are revealing the words that Union soldiers scrawled on the walls of Historic Blenheim farmhouse. The details of this … Continue reading

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Emerging Scholar Katelyn Brown

As part of our partnership with the American Civil War Museum in Richmond and Civil War Monitor, we’re pleased to introduce the next of our “Emerging Scholars,” Katelyn Brown. Katelyn will be presenting her work at the museum’s Grand Opening May 4. ‘Literally Covered … Continue reading

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North Anna Graffiti

I ran across some interesting graffiti while I was talking along the hiking trail at North Anna Battlefield Park the other day….

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