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The Louisa County Historical Society, the Louisa County Chapter of the NAACP, and Louisa United, are proud to host this year's Juneteenth Festival. This event will be a celebration of freedom, Black history, culture, and will feature a variety of activities and entertainment for all ages. Expect to enjoy live music, dance performances, historical exhibits, arts and crafts, food vendors, and more!
Long before the arrival of European explorers, the North American continent was home to thousands of native tribes living in thousands of villages and towns from coast to coast. Learn more about the tribes that lived in the Louisa County area.
Follow our interactive timeline to explore the journey of women and African Americans toward equal rights in Louisa County from 1865-1965. Learn about the struggles, those who led the way, and the experience of all along the path.
Historical Society staff, volunteers, and community members have recorded hundreds of oral histories that tell the diverse stories of Louisa County's past. We're working on adding more oral histories to the oral history website, Voices of Central Virginia.
We are a community-based organization focused on bringing to light, preserving, and sharing Louisa County history in new ways.
Get to know the county's distinctive features and historical figures as you drive back roads or walk small town streets.
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Christopher Run Campground, Inc.
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Jigsaw Genealogy, LLC.
Lloyd's Real Estate
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Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
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True Value Louisa Hardware
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