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    HRHS Newsletters 2000 - 2015

     

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    YEAR - QUARTER – ISSUE – “FEATURED ARTICLE” (Click 'issue' to view newsletter)

     

    2000 - Winter - Vol 22 No 1 - "Artists Drawing of the Building Complex of HRHS"

    2000 - Spring - Vol 22 No 2 - " HRHS Museum Will Feature Four Exhibits"

    2000 - Summer - Vol 22 No 3 - " HRHS Electronic Map Project Moves Forward "

    2000 - Fall - Vol 22 No 4 - " Lecture Series Looks at Area's History"

     

    2001 - Winter - Vol 23 No 1 - " Special Exhibit to Honor Black History Month"

    2001 - Spring - Vol 23 No 2 - " Faye Witters Retires"

    2001 - Summer - Vol 23 No 3 - " Rockingham's Belle Grove Remembered "

    2001 - Fall - Vol 23 No 4 - " Silver Lake Mill"

     

    2002 - Winter - Vol 24 No 1 - " Jackson's Famous Valley Campaign of 1862 (Map)"

    2002 - Spring - Vol 24 No 2 - " Brocks Gap to Mark Old Washington House"

    2002 - Summer - Vol 24 No 3 - " Chief Ritchie - A Remembrance "

    2002 - Fall - Vol 24 No 4 - " The Aermoter Windmill "

     

    2003 - Winter - Vol 25 No 1 - " Notes on the Early History of Broadway "

    2003 - Spring - Vol 25 No 2 - " Dayton MayFair 200 Years of Valley Life "

    2003 - Summer - Vol 25 No 3 - " F. Flavia Converse Collection Available for Research "

    2003 - Fall - Vol 25 No 4 - " Cromer Trumbo Home Opened for Display "

     

    2004 - Winter - Vol 26 No 1 - " Joseph Funk: Father of Song in Northern Virginia "

    2004 - Spring - Vol 26 No 2 - " Heatwole Exhibit Opens in May "

    2004 - Summer - Vol 26 No 3 - " Emmanuel Suter and His Pottery "

    2004 - Fall - Vol 26 No 4 - " Lutheran and German Reformed Groups in the Shenandoah Valley 1738 - 1828 "

     

    2005 - Winter - Vol 27 No 1 - " Bowman House at Frontier Culture Museum Reveals Cultural Change "

    2005 - Spring - Vol 27 No 2 - " Forgotten Treasures Revealed in New Exhibit of Clothing "

    2005 - Summer - Vol 27 No 3 - " Robert Mason Colvin: Keeper of the Confederate Faith "

    2005 - Fall - Vol 27 No 4 - " The Early History of Greenhill Methodist Episcopal Meeting House "

     

    2006 - Winter - Vol 28 No 1 - " Thirty years in the Lincoln Cemetery "

    2006 - Spring - Vol 28 No 2 - " The true Valley Gentleman: Highlights from the life of John W. Wayland "

    2006 - Summer - Vol 28 No 3 - " Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Exploring the Roots of Valley Baseball "

    2006 - Fall - Vol 28 No 4 - " A Westerner's Search for His Rockingham Roots "

     

    2007 - Winter - Vol 29 No 1 - " Emma's Painting Finds A Home at HRHS "

    2007 - Spring - Vol 29 No 2 - " Prisoners of War in Rockingham County During WW II "

    2007 - Summer - Vol 29 No 3 - " Al Jenkins and the Preservation of Long's Chapel "

    2007 - Fall - Vol 29 No 4 - " The Valley During the French and Indian War "

     

    2008 - Winter - Vol 30 No 1 - " Joseph T. Williams, Harrisonburg's' First African American Policeman "

    2008 - Spring - Vol 30 No 2 - " Runnin' and Gunnin' Fund Raisers "

    2008 - Summer - Vol 30 No 3 - " The Flood of 1949 in Bridgewater "

    2008 - Fall - Vol 30 No 4 - " Honoring those that Honored Us (HRHS) "

    2008 - Special - Special - " Emma L. Bryan's Painting ""The Town of Harrisonburg - 1867 "

     

    2009 - Winter - Vol 31 No 1 - " Baker County Store Records "

    2009 - Spring - Vol 31 No 2 - " Harrisonburg - Rawley Springs Connection "

    2009 - Summer - None - " Newsletter not published "

    2009 - Fall - Vol 31 No 3 - " Corner of W. Market and Liberty - History "

     

    2010 - Winter - Vol 32 No 1 - " Rev. George Bourne Rockingham's Pioneer Abolitionist "

    2010 - Spring - Vol 32 No 2 - " Help HRHS commemorate Civil War 150th "

    2010 - Summer/Fall - Vol 32 No 3 - " Trustees Announce New Hires "

    2010 - Winter - Vol 32 No 4 - " Annual Banquet "

     

    2011 - Spring - Vol 33 No 1 - " J.C. Striegel - Feast of Roses "

    2011 - Summer - Vol 33 No 2 - " Peter Bernhart - Fraktur-maker "

    2011 - Fall - Vol 33 No 3 - " Rockingham County's Wonder Waters "

     

    2012 - Winter - Vol 34 No 1 - " Court Manor - A Jewel of the Valley "

    2012 - Spring - Vol 34 No 2 - " The Local Legend of 'Pawnee Bill' Lilly "

    2012 - Summer - Vol 34 No 3 - " Museum Opens New Civil War Gallery "

    2012 - Fall - Vol 34 No 4 - " Foxhall Alexander Daingerfield "

     

    2013 - Winter - Vol 35 No 1 - " Mosby's Rangers "

    2013 - Spring - Vol 35 No 2 - " Living History - Longrifle Craftsman "

    2013 - Summer - Vol 35 No 3 - " CSS Hampton Flag Heads to Hampton "

    2013 - Fall - Vol 35 No 4 - " Col. S.B. Gibbons of the 10th Virginia Infantry "

     

    2014 - Winter - Vol 36 No 1 - " The Samuel Miller Family of Lancaster, Pa. "

    2014 - Spring - Vol 36 No 2 - " The Rockingham Library Company "

    2014 - Summer - Vol 36 No 3 - " Commemorating the Burning of 1864 "

    2014 - Fall - Vol 36 No 4 - " From the Back Porch to the Dining Room "

     

    2015 - Winter - Vol 37 No 1 - " The Great Refugee Wagon Train of 1864 "

    2015 - Spring - Vol 37 No 2 - " Three Men Who Voted Against Sucession "

    2015 - Summer - Vol 37 No 3 - " Harrisonburg Cigar Manufacturing "

    2015 - Fall - Vol 37 No 4 - " Harrisonburg's Town Clock "

     

    2016 - Winter - Vol 37 No 1 - " The Genetic Relationships of Early Bowman Families "

    2016 - Spring - Vol 37 No 2 - " Historic Inglewood—A Robert Gray Legacy "

    2016 - Summer - Vol 37 No 3 - " Rockingham Military Institute, 1896-1901 "

    2016 - Fall - Vol 37 No 4 - " Ladies of the Regiment "

     

     

 

 

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The HRHS Newsletters start with "1978 Winter, Vol 1 No 1". It is also titled the "Bicentennial Edition" - Read it here.