INDEX of Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society Newsletters: 2000-2012

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Bicentennial Edition, January 1978

-         Fort Harrison

-         Three researchers hired

-         “Life Under Four Flags” book

-         15,000 register for Old Homes Tour

-         Lincoln celebration at cemetery

-         1978 Membership Roster

 

Volume 22, No. 1, Winter 2000

-         Artist Drawing of the Building Complex of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, by Janet Baugher Downs

-         Bill Wilson Remembered, by Dale Harter

-         The Dedication of the New Building by Margaret Grattan Weaver’s Gift of $750,000

-         Electric Map Starts Journey to New Location

-         Harrison Reunion and All Allied Lines, by John Harrison Sipe

-         Brocks Gap Heritage Day Plans

-         Lincoln Day Ceremony

 

Volume 22, No. 2, Spring 2000

-         Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society’s Museum Will Feature Four Exhibits, by Lawrence Bowers, Jr.

-         The Genealogy Committee - HRHS, by Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush

-         HRHS Spring Banquet

-         New Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp Forming

 

Volume 22, No. 3, Summer 2000

-         Electric Map Project Moves Forward

-         Lecture Series Planned by Dr. Clive Hallman

-         Armentrout Family History Reprint

-         Millennium Tribute to Anglo-American Heritage

-         Tombstones for Veterans

 

Volume 22, No. 4, Fall 2000

-         Lecture Series Looks at Area History

-         Christmas at Fort Harrison

-         The Armentrout Family from 1739 to 1978, by Russell S. Armentrout

-         HRHS at State Fair

-         Holiday Harvest of Art Exhibit to Open

 

Volume 23, No. 1, Winter 2001

-         Special Exhibit to Honor Black History Month

-         Lincoln day Ceremony

-         Brocks Gap Heritage Day

-         Dedication of Miller Kite House

-         Recognition of Enhanced Giving

-         Volunteer Recognition

 

Volume 23, No. 2 (5), Spring 2001

-         Faye Witters Retires, by Dale MacAllister

-         Rockingham County Alms House Cemetery, by William L. Zirk

-         Genealogy Interest Group

-         Historical Society Loses Friend and Benefactor – Margaret Grattan Weaver

-         Long Rifle Show

 

Volume 23, No. 3, Summer 2001

-         Rockingham’s Belle Grove Remembered at the Shenandoah Valley Folk Art & Heritage Center

-         Dennis N. Hevener, by Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush

-         Cedar Creek Preservation March

-         Millstone Workshop

 

Volume 23, No. 4, Fall 2001

-         Silver Lake Mill Renovations Complete

-         Old Order Mennonite Tour, by Sharon Showalter

-         The Photo Collection of HRHS, by Trisha Maust-Blosser

-         A Heritage Center for a Common People, by Paul Roth

 

Volume 24, No. 1, Winter 2002

-         Jackson’s Famous Valley Campaign of 1862

-         Society Receives a Major Collection of Shenandoah Valley Tools

-         Vignettes from the Mary Spitzer Etter Collection

-         Roc Day: A Spinner’s Tradition

 

Volume 24, No. 2, Spring 2002

-         Brocks Gap Decides to Mark Old House Used by Washington, by Pat Ritchie

-         The Legacy of Lineweaver: The Rockingham County Baseball League

-         Contemporary Longrifle Association Mini-Gun Show to be Held at HRHS

-         An Evening with James I. Robertson, Jr.

 

Volume 24, No. 3, Summer 2002

-         Chief Ritchie - A Remembrance (1910-2002), by Dale MacAllister

-         Dana Luck to Become Collection Manager

-         Book Review: Bucks County Fraktur, by Dr. Scott H. Suter

-         Wampler Marker to be Dedicated

-         Rexrode to America, by William D. Rexrode

-         Rockingham County Post Offices, by John W. Wayland, first installment

-         Rockingham County Baseball League Exhibit Opens

 

Volume 24, No. 4, Fall 2002

-         The Aermotor Windmill

-         Folklife Symposium to be Held

-         Oral History Project

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters from 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, second installment

-         Rare Civil War Items Donated to Museum

 

Volume 25, No. 1, Winter 2003

-         Notes on the Early History of Broadway, by Harold Wood

-         “Firsts” in the American Civil War, by Nancy Hess

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters from 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, third Installment

 

Volume 25, No. 2, Spring 2003

-         Dayton May Fair --- 200 Years of Valley Life

-         Mills of Rockingham County, Volume IV, by Janet and Earl Downs

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters from 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, fourth Installment

 

Volume 25, No. 3, Summer 2003

-         Flavia Converse Collection Open for Research

-         Shenandoah College and Conservatory---The Dayton Years Exhibit

-         A Sunday Evening in Historic Port Republic

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters From 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, fifth installment

-         Journey Into the Past, A Walking Tour of Downtown Harrisonburg, by Bob Sullivan

 

Volume 25, No. 4, Fall 2003

-         Cromer-Trumbo Home Opened for Display

-         Cross Keys: Early History Recovered, by Marjorie Lamb McLean

-         Unionists and the Civil War – new book available

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters From 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, sixth installment

-         Researching in the Marriage Records at Rockingham County Court House, by Harriet Welch

 

Volume 26, No. 1, Winter 2004

-         Joseph Funk: Father of Song in Northern Virginia, by Dale MacAllister

-         Rural Life in 19th Century Rockingham County – new exhibit opens

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Post Masters From 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, seventh Installment

-         In the Record – Name or Nickname, by Victoria Wilson

 

Volume 26, No. 2, Spring 2004

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters From 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, eighth Installment

-         Heatwole Exhibit Opens

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Volume 26, No. 3, Summer 2004

-         New Exhibit Focuses on Rockingham’s Traditional Pottery

-         Maintaining Tradition and Embracing Innovation: Emanuel Suter and His Pottery, 1865-1890, by Scott Hamilton Suter

-         Fall Program Series: Religious Groups in the Central Shenandoah Valley Area, 1738-1828

-         Longtime HRHS Member Receives Lora Robins Award

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters, 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, ninth installment

-         Two More Archival Collections Open for Research at HRHS

 

Volume 26, No. 4, Fall 2004

-         Lutheran and German Reformed Groups in the Central Shenandoah Valley, 1738-1828, by The Rev. Dr. John Byerly, Jr.

-         Medical Exhibit Forthcoming

-         Strickler Foundation Donates Surveyor’s Instruments to Museum

-         Rockingham Post Offices and Postmasters, 1792-1932, by John W. Wayland, tenth installment

-         Society Officials Visit National Museum of Civil War Medicine

-         Brocks Gap Heritage Day to be Held

-         Zenda Group to Restore and Remember Black Community’s Heritage

 

Volume 27, No. 1, Winter 2005

-         Bowman House at Frontier Culture Museum Reveals Cultural Change in an Early Rockingham County Household, by David Puckett

-         Current Exhibit at Heritage Center Focuses on the Development of Medicine in the Shenandoah Valley

-         One Hundred Years of Clothing on Display in Next Museum Exhibit

-         Appreciation Luncheon Honors Volunteers; Shelvie Carr Recognized

 

Volume 27, No. 2, Spring 2005

-         Forgotten Treasures Revealed in New Exhibit of Clothing from the HRHS Collection: Through the Looking Glass of Time 1850s-1950s, by Shelvie Carr

-         Massanetta Springs Historic District, Whitesel Brothers Building and Long Meadow Added to National Register of Historic Places

-         Archives Collection Pertaining to Rockingham Schools Now Open for Research

-         Genealogically Speaking, by Dorothy A. Boyd-Bragg

 

Volume 27, No. 3, Summer 2005

-         Robert Mason Colvin: Keeper of the Confederate Faith, by Dale Harter

-         Lincoln Society of Virginia Forms, by Phillip C. Stone

-         Ingram to Present Valley Surveying Lecture on September 8

-         Annual Fall Meeting and Banquet features talk on Johannes Spitler and His Cupboard

-         Genealogically Speaking…Where the Records Are, by Dorothy A. Boyd-Bragg

-         Forensic Genealogy, by Seymour Paul

 

Volume 27, No. 4, Fall 2005

-         The Early History of Green Hill Methodist Episcopal Meeting House and Salem United Brethren in Christ Church, by Dale MacAllister

-         Silver Lake Millwheel to be Restored

 

Volume 28, No. 1, Winter 2006

-         Thirty Years in the Lincoln Cemetery, by Phillip C. Stone

-         Sellers Retires as HRHS Administrator

-         Brocks Gap Tour to be held; All Proceeds to Benefit HRHS, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         Vernacular Architecture on Display: “Shelter and Culture, Vernacular Architecture in the

-         Shenandoah Valley”, by Richard Martin

-         HRHS Aids John Heatwole in Preservation of Meigs Site

-         Photograph Album of Old Rockingham County Schools Donated to HRHS

-         Rockingham Chancery Records Now Available at Library of Virginia

 

Volume 28, No. 2, Spring 2006

-         The True Valley Gentleman: Highlights from the Life of John W. Wayland, by Cathy Dagenhart Baugh

-         “Bottled in Rockingham”, an exhibit of glass containers used to see the products of Rockingham County businesses, continues on display

-         The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation releases new booklet on Jackson’s Valley

-         Campaign

-         First historical tour of Fulks Run proves fun, tasty, and successful, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         WPA records for Rockingham County available on HRHS website

 

Volume 28, No. 3, Summer 2006

-         Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Exploring the 19th Century Roots of Valley Baseball, by Scott Hamilton Suter

-         Bergton-Criders Area History Tour Scheduled

-         Shenandoah Valley Regional Studies Seminar at James Madison University

-         A Little Bit of Local News…From Long, Long Ago (excerpts from Rockingham Register)

-         Land Adjacent to “the Coaling” Preserved at Port Republic by SVBF

-         Does It Really Matter Which Road You Take to Turner Ashby Monument, by Dale Harter

 

Volume 28, No. 4, Fall 2006

-         A Westerner’s Search for His Rockingham Roots, by Charles E. Burgess

-         Have You Tried the HRHS Online Name Search Database?, by Seymour Paul

-         Brocks Gap Tour, Part II, by Pat Turner Ritchie, Tour Leader

-         Shenandoah Shunpiking CD Tour

-         Getting Stumped on Zane’s Trace: A Saga of Westward Migration, by William Dollarhide

-         Native Americans Exhibit at HRHS

-         John Heatwole Honored by SVBF

-         National Trust to Craft Marketing Plan for Valley Battlefields Foundation

 

Volume 29, No. 1, Winter 2007

-         Emma Lyon Bryan’s Painting Finds a Home at HRHS

-         The Painting Is Only Part of the Picture: The True (?) Tale of Emma Lyon Bryan, by Dale Harter

-         Annual Brocks Gap Heritage Day Set

-         It Happened in Rockingham…Tape Worm 39 Feet Long Removed by Dr. Wilbur in 1883

-         Richmond Civil War Newspaper Now Online

-         World War II: The Home Front, an Exhibit about Life in Rockingham County during WWII

-         In Memory of John Heatwole, by Dale MacAllister

 

Volume 29, No. 2, Spring 2007

-         Prisoners of War in Rockingham County During WWII, by Gregory L. Owen

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, Co. I, 3rd Va. Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Libby Custer Art Exhibit on Display Now at HRHS

-         Harrisonburg Tourism Publishes African-American Heritage Tour Guide

-         Virginia Valley Frontier is Theme of Fall Lecture Series

-         It Happened in Rockingham…excerpt from Rockingham Register, Sept. 29, 1865

 

Volume 29, No. 3, Summer 2007

-         Al Jenkins and the Preservation of Long’s Chapel

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, Co. I, 3rd Va. Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         New book “An African American Community of Hope, Zenda: 1869-1930” by Nancy Bondurant Jones.

-         Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival to Hold House Tour

-         Living on the Edge: Life in the Virginia Backcountry

 

Volume 29, No. 4, Fall 2007

-         The Valley During the French and Indian War, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, Co. I, 3rd Va. Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Volunteer Spotlight: Jane Smootz

-         Confederate Commissary Ledger Donated to Society

-         Exhibit: “Christmas in the Valley”

-         Preserving the John Kline Homestead

 

Volume 30, No. 1, Winter 2008

-         Joseph T. Williams, Free Man of Color: Harrisonburg’s First African-American Policeman, by Dale MacAllister

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Augusta County Historical Society Mounts First Exhibit at Smith Center, by Janet Downs

-         Shenandoah County Chancery Causes Available Online

-         Digital Versions of Rockingham Burned Wills/Estate Settlements Now Available for Research at HRHS Genealogical Library, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         “Valley Weddings: Then & Now, 1870-2008” Exhibit opens

-         Brocks Gap Heritage Day, Saturday, April 19

-         “Boats, Wagons, Trains & Cars: 200 Years of Transportation in the Shenandoah Valley, 1739- 1939” Exhibit

 

Volume 30, No. 2, Spring 2008

-         Runnin’ And Gunnin’ Fund-raisers: Heritage 5K and Frontiersman Reenactment Highlight

-         Summer and Fall Fun at HRHS, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         The Library of Virginia Publishes Guide to Personal Papers Collection, by Lyn Hart, Library of Virginia

-         What’s A Palatine?, by Henry Z. Jones, Jr.

-         Online Database of Names Updated on HRHS Website, by Seymour Paul

-         2008 Annual Banquet to Feature Peggy Shifflett and Silent Auction

-         A Harrisonburg Wedding from 1879, from Rockingham Register, May 22, 1879

-         Tea and Quilt Raffle Mark Opening of Latest Exhibit

 

Volume 30, No. 3, Summer 2008

-         The Flood of 1949 in Bridgewater, by Dale Harter

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Shenandoah Valley Regional Studies Seminar Has Four Events Remaining in 2008-2009

-         Belsnickeling Workshop, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, at the Heritage Center, by Pat Turner Ritchie

 

Volume 30, No. 4, Fall 2008

-         Honoring Those Who Honored Us, by Dale Harter

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Fulks Run Ruritan Club Publishes Documentary History, by Chris Bolgiano

-         New Strickler Lecture Series Offers Three Events This Spring, by Cathy Baugh

-         “The Country Store: Lifeline of the Community” Exhibit

-         Saturday Night at the Country Store with the May Family Singers

-         Free Civil War Conference Kicks Off 150th Anniversary

-         1902 Voter Registration Book Now for Sale at HRHS

-         Grave Matters about John Gray Paul, Jr., by Seymour Paul

-         2008 Special Publication of the following by the Massanutten Regional Library: The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society presents Emma Lyon Bryan’s “The Town of Harrisonburg, Virginia 1867”

-         The Life and Times of Emma Lyon Bryan, by Dale F. Harter

 

Special Edition 2008 “Emma L. Bryan’s Painting “The Town of Harrisonburg – 1867”

 

Volume 31, No. 1, Winter 2009

-         Baker Country Store Records Invaluable to New HRHS Exhibit, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Linville-Edom High School Grads, Class of 1927 Identified

-         “Oh Shenandoah! Migration and Settlements Across the Valley, Genealogy Conference in Winchester

-         Photos and report from “HRHS Celebrates the Country Store with Country Cookin and a

-         Saturday Night Hoedown”, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         HRHS Sponsoring 50/50 Raffle

-         Recognition of Enhanced Giving Membership Year 2009

-         In Memory of Dan Stark, 1927-2009, by Seymour Paul

 

Volume 31, No. 2, Spring 2009

-         Mixing Pleasure and Profit at the Springs: The Harrisonburg-Rawley Connection, by Diane Rafuse

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Hearth Cooking Class at historic Maplewood

-         Volunteer Spotlight: Ilene Smith

-         Remembering Dr. Jean Wine 1920-2009, by Dale MacAllister

-         New HRHS Exhibit to Feature Photography in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County 1850-1950

 

No Newsletter published in Summer 2009

 

Volume 31, No. 3, Fall 2009

-         Corner of West Market and North Liberty Holds 228 Years of Harrisonburg History (The Morrison House), by Rosemarie Palmer

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         New Membership Campaign 2009, by Seymour Paul

-         Volunteer of the Year: Edgar Flora

-         Dr. Bill Blair Highlighted the Annual Banquet with his talk on abolitionist George Bourne

-         Reorganization Underway at Historical Society, by Bonnie Paul

-         Consulting Firm is Optimistic About HRHS Future

-         Cromer-Trumbo House Featured During Dayton Holiday Open House

 

Volume 32, No. 1, Winter 2010

-         The Reverend George Bourne: Rockingham’s Pioneer Abolitionist, by Dr. Charles William “Bill” Blair

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Spring Lecture Series Begins

-         HRHS Holds Successful Authors’ Forum

-         “A Century of ‘the New Method:’ Photographers in Rockingham County, VA, 1850-1950” Exhibit

-         Docent Program Being Organized at HRHS

-         Committees Offer Various Ways to Get Involved

-         Jedediah Hotchkiss Maps Exhibit, Events Begin

-         Volunteer Spotlight: Libby Wampler Custer

-         New in Bookstore: Death Notices from Extant Issues of the Rockingham Register, by Dorothy A. Boyd-Bragg

-         “You Have to Get Out of the Genealogy Collection”, by Carolyn L. Barkley

-         Come Help Us Make A Good Thing Even Better, by John Paul, Chairman of the Board

 

Volume 32, No. 2, Spring 2010

-         Share Your Time, Talents and Family History to Help HRHS Commemorate Civil War 150th

-         Patrick Henry Sipe Served in Two Confederate Units During War, by John T. Stemple and Violet M. Hogan-Stemple

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Massanetta Springs Celebrates Centennial of Historic Hotel

-         Wanted for New Book: Photographs of Soldiers from Rockingham County Who Served During the Spanish-American War, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         Shank Descendant Donates Bernhart Frakturs to HRHS

-         More Than Genealogy to be Found in HRHS Library, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         New Business Offering Walking Tours in Downtown Harrisonburg, by Jamie Marsh

-         Cromer-Trumbo House Open for Business; Visitors Rediscovering HRHS Gem

-         Cromer-Trumbo House to be Featured on 2011 Spotswood Garden Club House & Garden Tour

-         Jedediah Hotchkiss Map Exhibit Opens August 14; Special Lectures and Programs Too!, by Pat Turner Ritchie

-         HRHS is Now on FaceBook!

-         Get Involved in HRHS. It Could Last a Lifetime, by Pat Turner Ritchie

 

Volume 32, No. 3, Summer-Fall 2010

-         Trustees Announce New Hires: Executive Director Ann-marie Alford Latchum; Newsletter Editor Lauren Jefferson; Archivist Laura Adams

-         Fraktur Exhibit in Planning Stages, by Bonnie Paul

-         It is Membership Renewal Time! Enjoy Everything The Heritage Museum Has to Offer!

-         Jedediah Hotchkiss Map Exhibit in Full Swing!, by Lauren Jefferson

-         In Memory: John Gideon Stewart 1918-2010, by Dale MacAllister

-         Welcome to The Heritage Museum!, by Ann-marie

 

Volume 32, No. 4, Winter 2010

-         HRHS Hosts Annual Banquet

-         Welcome to the Heritage Museum

-         Staffing Changes at the Heritage Museum

-         Hotchkiss Bus Tour Highlights Cartographer’s Life

-         Meet the HRHS Volunteer of the Year 2010 – Seymour Paul

-         Antique Firehose Donated to Museum

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Volunteers Open Cromer-Trumbo House

-         Frakturs Needed for Exhibit

 

Volume 33, No. 1, Spring 2011

-         Harrisonburg Resident Feted at The Feast of Roses, by Richard Cummings

-         Comings and Goings – trustees, volunteers.

-         “The Fashionable Mrs. Etter Exhibit: Opens

-         Brocks Gap Heritage Day Back for 21st Year

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         Quilt Lecture by Nina Hart

-         California Researcher Makes Breakthrough at HRHS!

-         Augusta County records now available online

-         Fraktur Exhibit Gaining Momentum, by Bonnie Paul

 

Volume 33, No. 2, Summer 2011

-         Featured Artist: Peter Bernhart, Fraktur-maker, by Dale MacAllister

-         On the Website, by Seymour Paul

-         Many Hands Make Light Work at Fraktur Exhibit, by Lauren Jefferson

-         Kaylor Collection Donated to HRHS, by Lawrence D. Bowers, Jr.

-         Wartime Mural Still Graces Old Post Office Interior, by Rosemarie Palmer

-         HRHS Annual Banquet, presenting Robert Dalessandro

-         “Thank You to all the Volunteers” who walked all the 470 plus cemeteries in Rockingham County

-         New databases on the Web

 

Volume 33, No. 3, Fall 2011

-         “Taking the Waters”, by Dale MacAllister

-         New staff member; Margaret Hotchner

-         Correspondence From The Genealogy Library

-         Annual Banquet – New Trustees Elected

-         Volunteer of the Year: Allen Litten

-         “Civil War in the Valley: Lynnwood Plantation”, by Rosemarie Palmer

-         Member publishes book: Munch / Minnick (1776 – 1860)

 

Volume 34, No. 1, Winter 2012

-         “Court Manor: A Jewel of the Valley”, By Lauren Jefferson

-         Correspondence From The Chairman, Gregory L. Owen

-         Donors Help Purchase Scanning Equipment for Photography Collection, by Larry Bowers

-         Selections from the Annual Report 2011, by Executive Director Penny Imeson

-         Family Donates Civil War Letters, by Nancy Hill Hess

-         Heroic Valley Women During the Civil War, by Rosemarie Palmer

-         1940 Census to be made available in April 2012

-         Anti-Suffragette Letter Found at Yard Sale

-         “President Lincoln’s Rockingham Roots” Exhibit Opens

 

Volume 34, No. 2, Spring 2012

-         The Local Legend of “Pawnee Bill” Lilly – and how it informs us about historical research, by Dale MacAllister

-         Notes from the Executive Director, Penny Imeson

-         Contentment: A Mount Crawford home, By John T. Foster Jr.

-         Voices of the Mountain: Interviews of displaced mountain residents available online, by Rosemarie Palmer

-         From the Genealogy Library

-         Becoming A Certified Genealogist, by Robert Earl Alley

-         Spring Activities

-         Valley Music Exhibit Opens

 

Volume 34, No. 3, Summer 2012

-         Museum Opens New Civil War Gallery, by Lauren Jefferson

-         Notes from the Executive Director, by Penny Imeson

-         Archivist Trains at Special Institute, by Laura Adams

-         Hopkins Family Civil War Letters exhibit opens

-         NAACP donates to restore 1815 tax records

-         The Diary of John B. Sheets, of Mt. Crawford, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., transcribed by Dale Harter

-         “My Uncle Abram Paul: 1846 – 1937”, by John Gray Paul

-         Noted Historian to Speak at Annual Banquet – Gary Ecelbrger

 

Volume 34, No. 4, Fall 2012

-         Foxhall Alexander Daingerfield, by Diane Rafuse

-         Notes from the Executive Director, by Penny Imeson

-         Annual Banquet and Silent Auction

-         Trustee Class of 2015

-         Volunteer of the Year – Rosemarie Palmer

-         Plantation stories, by Dale MacAllister

-         In Search Of . . . Mary Morrison Art

 

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