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An Introduction to Belgium

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Europe | Geographia World Introduction to Belgium | Brussels | History | Art Cities W ELCOME TO BELGIUM Why should you come to Belgium? Because it is the best kept secret in Europe. Visiting medieval cities, quaint towns, gothic cathedrals and town halls, castles and carillons will keep you busy during the day. At night go to a pub, there are more than 350 delicious beers to chose from. The reputation of our gourmet food makes the French jealous and it is almost impossible to find chocolates as good as ours ! Belgium is Europe in a nutshell, multicultural and multilingual. Flanders in the north, a flatland criss-crossed by canals, is proud of its great art cities, Antwerp , Bruges and Ghent . To the south in Wallonia, you will find the rolling hills of the Ardennes, numerous castles, and t Read More
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George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens

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Mount Vernon by Candlelight Nov. 23 - Dec. 9 - Weekends Only Learn about the Washingtons' Christmas traditions, tour the candlelit Mansion, including the rarely-seen third floor, and meet First Lady 'Martha Washington'. This is the only time of the year that Mount Vernon is open for public evening tours. History Meets Hollywood Wednesday, November 28; noon - 12:45 p.m. Students and teachers across the country are invited to join MSNBC host Chris Matthews for a fascinating exploration on the impact of film in focusing attention on and teaching history. National Treasure: Book of Secrets Director Jon Turteltaub and producer Jerry Bruckheimer add their unique perspectives and answer student questions in pre-taped interviews. The Papers of George Washington Digital Washington As an important n Read More
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Guide to Historic Central Virginia

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Thank you for visiting the Guide to Historic Virginia. Page One History Publications now devotes all its resources to the Civil War Traveler and the Guide to Virgina's Battlefields & Sites. We invite you to browse the Civil War Traveler online. You may be particularly interested in a subset of this website, the Civil War in Central Virginia . Images above are from the last printed Guide to Historic Virginia (spring 2002) from left as follows: Maymont House in Richmond; George Washington portrait from the collection of the Virginia Historical Society, used by permission; an early etching of the Virginia State Capitol; St. John's Church and gravestone; a cannon on the Petersburg National Battlefield Park; Pocahontas portrait from the collection of the Virginia Historical Society, used by per Read More
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Surry County, Virginia, Historical Society and Museums, Inc.

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Surry County, Virginia, Historical Society and Museums, Inc. Our Logo. P. O. Box 262, Surry, VA 23883 E-mail: schsmi@widomaker.com. The Surry County, Virginia, Historical Society and Museums, Inc. is a nonprofit organization. Donations to the Society are tax-deductible. Your support is important to our effort to preserve and promote the history of Surry County for future generations. We invite you to explore our resources. Learn more. NEW ONLINE RESOURCES SEARCH Lorena Leath Photos. Webmaster footer Pages updated 4 November 2007. © Surry County, Virginia, Historical Society and Museums, Inc. Contact Webmaster Read More
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Virginia Historical Society - The Center for Virginia History

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Site Map 428 North Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Mail: P.O. Box 7311, 23221-0311 | Phone: 804.358.4901 Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-5 / Sunday 1-5 (galleries only) Read More
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Virginia Historical Society - The Center for Virginia History

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Site Map 428 North Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Mail: P.O. Box 7311, 23221-0311 | Phone: 804.358.4901 Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-5 / Sunday 1-5 (galleries only) Read More
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Virginia's Indians, Past & Present

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Virginia's Indians, Past & Present Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Virginia's Indians, Past & Present page. This page offers historical information, lesson plans, bibliographies and links to tribal home pages. The Powhatan Indians page provides information for younger readers on the tribe, plus early Colonial history [Jamestown, Raleigh's expeditions]. This information is provided for younger readers who may be researching class projects. You can search this site. An index and sitemap are also available. . Eight tribes are recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia . These include the Chickahominy, the Eastern Chickahominy, the Mattaponi, the Upper Mattaponi, the Monacan, the Nansemond, the Pamunkey and the Rappahannock. Some Virginia tribes are listed on the Bureau of Read More
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