Immerse yourself in Virginia's history by visiting one of our exhibitions.
“Caesar Had His Brutus”: What Did Patrick Henry Really Say?, by John A. Ragosta, pp. 282–97
“The Devil Let Loose Generally”: James W. Hunnicutt's Conceptualization of Union in Fredericksburg, by Steven E. Nash, pp. 298–333
Beyond the Plantation: Freedmen, Social Experimentation, and African American Community in Freedman's Village, 1863–1900, by Lindsey Bestebreurtje, pp. 334–65
Books Received, pp. 366–67
Notes and Announcements, pp. 368–69
Join the VHS today and receive free admission to our special exhibitions, the Banner Lecture Series, Virginia House, and much more.
Our collections consist of a wide-range of objects. Use our online catalog to search the Virginia Historical Society collections.
Discover hidden treasures in the Virginia Historical Society collection by exploring different historical themes in our Virginia History Explorer.
From small and intimate to large and spacious, our historic building will be perfect for your event. We have a space for any event whether it is your corporate reception, special event, meeting, retreat, symposium, or seminar.
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