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Our African American history community advisory council selects and steers our African American history projects. Current projects include:
To visit an online exhibit on the African American schools of Louisa County, visit louisaheritage.org.
To visit our online oral history website, Voices of Central Virginia, visit vocv.org.
This digital trail is made possible by a grant from the 2019 American Evolution Commemoration program. The trail allows both residents and visitors to identify 50+ historical sites in Louisa County. Together they unfold the story of our American Democracy focusing on the experiences of Indians, women, and African Americans. Visit the trail by clicking on the link below.
Proud Partners: Louisa County Chamber of Commerce and Louisa County Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
The Land Between the Rivers - Piedmont Virginia Digital History, is an online collaboration between several of the local historical societies and museums in the portion of Virginia between the James and Rappahannock Rivers.
Historical Society staff, volunteers and community members have recorded over 200 African-American burial sites across Louisa County. Many of these sites contain the remains of people who died enslaved. Follow the link below to add information about new sites.
Louisa County Historical Society
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