AUDIO: Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Chief Historian John Hennessy talks about Memorial Day weekend events in the region.
VIDEO: May 14, 1864. Meyer’s Hill in Spotsylvania. Tucked away among development, a key Civil War battlefield remains relatively untouched. And it will remain that way thanks to the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust. We walked the land with Historian Chris Mackowski.
PHOTOS: Hen Asem is a series of programs this year in Fredericksburg commemorating the 400th anniversary of African Americans coming to the colonies in the slave trade. Saturday at Market Square downtown, Taratibu Youth Association from DC brought dance and music–and some powerful history stories.
VIDEO: The Fredericksburg Area Museum is marking the 400th anniversary of the first African Americans brought to the colonies as part of the slave trade with programs all year. The programing is called Hen Asem. Sara Poore and Michael Carter, Jr. talked about it.
VIDEO: Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Historian Frank O’Reilly talks about Stonewall Jackson’s last days in Caroline County
VIDEO: May 2, 1863. Stonewall Jackson is wounded at Chancellorsville by his own men. Here is part of a program at Chancellorsville by Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Historians in 2015