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The History and Documentation of Slave Housing in Virginia

Aug 26, 2021

Thank you to all the participants who made Historic Richmond’s presentation, “The History and Documentation of Slave Housing in Virginia” such a success. We were grateful for the knowledge our panelists Elvatrice Belsches, Jobie Hill, and Douglas Sanford kindly shared on this topic, and for the sponsorship Dominion Energy and TCV Trust & Wealth Management,…

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Shockoe Brown Bag Lunch

Historic Richmond Brown Bag Lunch: A Virtual Walk Around Shockoe

Aug 16, 2021

Historic Richmond Brown Bag Lunch: A Virtual Walk Around Shockoe Shockoe is the valley where Richmond began. It is not only Richmond’s oldest neighborhood, but also has Richmond’s oldest surviving residential, commercial, industrial and civic structures. Many of Shockoe’s historic resources have been lost or are no longer visible on our developing urban landscape. Join…

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Do you know of historic resources in South Richmond?

Aug 12, 2021

We need your help to identify historic resources like buildings, neighborhoods, cemeteries and other places in South Richmond! Historic Richmond is excited to be working with the Department of Historic Resources and the City of Richmond on a selective survey of historic resources (buildings, neighborhoods, and places) in South Richmond. This project will not result…

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Help Richmond’s Parks!

Aug 2, 2021

Help Richmond’s Parks! We join the Friends of the James River Park and other parks groups in asking for your vote for Richmond’s Parks. As part of the American Rescue Plan, the City of Richmond is receiving $154 million. The City is conducting a survey to determine how to allocate that funding. The survey is…

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