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The double blow of the Union naval blockade and the fall of New Orleans in 1862 effectively stopped the importation of coffee to the Southern states. So Richmonders had to get creative.
As the Civil War unfolded a Confederate “rockstar” would emerge out west and create quite a stir upon his arrival in Richmond.
Throughout the Civil War, hundreds of thousands of slaves in Confederate states escaped to find freedom in the North.
150 years ago, as Richmond’s war-time prison population grew, many of those prisoners were sent south to Andersonville, Georgia.
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.