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Dixie Rose Relief Society
William Mack Lee - Body Servant of General Robert E. Lee. He stayed with General Lee throughout the war and until the day Lee died in 1870. Mack said of General Lee after his death "I was raised by one of the greatest men in the world. There was never one born of a woman greater than General Robert E. Lee, according to my judgment. All of his servants were set free ten years before the war, but all remained on the plantation until after the surrender."
Gun Violence Falls in VA, Firearm Sales Up
This represents and protects the second amendment. it does this because it is telling you that just because more people have guns, doesnt mean the people use them for bad things. the people get the guns to defend themselves from the people who DO the bad things. not just people who do crimes, people or other country's, or maybe even our own government.
Origins of Richmond SA-39 | Marker History
Origins of Richmond SA-39 | Marker History: There was "no place so strong, so pleasant, and delightful in Virginia, for which we called it None-such." So wrote Captain John Smith about the site he chose in 1609 when he established the first English settlement near the falls of the James River. It stood a few miles south until 1610. William Byrd I founded the second settlement when he patented land here in 1676. He soon built a fortified community, trading post, and warehouses just across the...