News article: Thousands of black troops entered war zone via Culpeper

Excerpt from January 9, 2019 Culpeper Star Exponent article about the Graffiti House Museum exhibit “Culpeper’s Forgotten Heroes: Black Union Soldiers of Culpeper County, Virginia” :

As winter approaches spring in the Culpeper area, historically minded people’s thoughts may turn to the events of 155 years ago. When the mud dried and the roads grew passable, the Union and Confederate armies prepared to march through Central Virginia. Continue reading “News article: Thousands of black troops entered war zone via Culpeper”

Anniversary of Battle of Cedar Mountain to be commemorated

Article published August 2, 2018 in The Culpeper Times

Written by Ashleigh Christopher

The article may be read below or at insidenova.com

Aug. 9 marks the 156th anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, the bloodiest battle to date in Culpeper County. To commemorate it, the Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield is hosting the annual Living History Weekend event on August 11 and 12. Continue reading “Anniversary of Battle of Cedar Mountain to be commemorated”