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The flag that’s caused controversy and discussion is now flying near RVA.
150 years ago, Union spy Spencer Kellogg Brown was hanged behind the present-day Science Museum.
Virginia Flaggers unveil 15-foot Confederate flag that will go up on I-95 later this month.
150 years ago today, Captain Henry W. Sawyer’s life hung in the balance as he awaited execution in Richmond’s Libby Prison.
150 years ago in Gettysburg, thousands of Confederate soldiers were buried in shallow, unmarked graves. 140 years ago, the process of returning some of those soldiers to Hollywood Cemetery began.
150 years ago today, Richmonder George Pickett would lead the fateful “Pickett’s Charge,” which would mark a turning point in the Civil War.
150 years ago, just east of Byrd Park, sat the Confederacy’s largest hospital: Camp Winder.