By James C. Kelly
The Story of Virginia is the story of us all. It is the story of rich and poor, farmers and industrialists, men and women, black and white. It is the story of successive struggles for freedom and equality that both foreshadow and mirror the story of America. It is the story of individuals who through the centuries forged new identities through compromise and conflict. Prehistoric archaeological objects, paintings, maps, historic photographs, prints, manuscripts, documents, flags, weapons, books, cartoons, sheet music, movie posters, medals, superb decorative arts, everyday artifacts, large-scale vehicles, and items associated with the famous—from Pocahontas to Arthur Ashe—as well as the not so famous—are assembled in a powerful historical chronicle.
See the exhibition, The Story of Virginia, at the Virginia Historical Society.
136 pages, Hardcover, ISBN: 0945015216, Virginia Historical Society, 2001.
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