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Historic samplers are focus of museum exhibit

Mary Robare looks over a sampler WINCHESTER -- The history behind local schoolgirl samplers is written all over the walls at the Abram's Delight Museum in Winchester. comments
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Uncovered past: Long-awaited Luray Valley Museum honors area's history

museum1.jpg LURAY -- It is already known that below the ground of Page County's seat there are displays of natural beauty twisting in the form of Luray Caverns. Now, the Luray Valley Museum, which is newly open to the public, will serve as a microcosm of how life was above ground from the times of American Indians, to the Civil War to the Reconstruction Era. comments
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Local SAR chapter named best in state

For their efforts to document history and keep their heritage alive, members of the local chapter of the Virginia Society Sons of the American Revolution were recently recognized at the state society's annual meeting in Richmond. comments
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Valentine's Day event scheduled

NEW MARKET -- The New Market Battlefield State Historical Park is mixing love and war this Valentine's Day. comments
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Local couple keep family tradition alive, make important find

STRASBURG -- John and Donna Huntsberger dug up a new interest a few years ago. comments
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Genealogy conference to help residents uncover their past

Barbara Dickinson and Ben Ritter look at the screen of a microfilm reader WINCHESTER -- Digging for a family's past can be a rewarding pastime. But when the search comes to Virginia, it can get frustrating. comments
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Civil War heritage on display during Ole' Time Festival

Civil War living historians shoot a volley EDINBURG -- All things old were new again Saturday in Edinburg, as the town celebrated its 29th annual Ole' Time Festival. comments
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Battlefield park preserved

Sen. Jim Webb holds an artillery component WINCHESTER -- One of the region's most significant Civil War battlefields has been preserved through a cooperative effort of government and the private sector. comments
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Gala at Belle Grove to remember Madisons

MIDDLETOWN -- The president and first lady plan to celebrate an anniversary Friday at the historic Belle Grove Plantation. comments
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Edinburg to host festival saluting Civil War, mill

Memorabilia from Frank Dinges's former drugstore EDINBURG -- The area's Civil War history will take center stage at this weekend's Edinburg Ole' Time Festival. comments

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