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describes life and change in Jefferson County, Virginia leading up the Civil War, starting with early colonial days.

The Most “Civil Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County (1) – J. Surkamp

The Most “Civil Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County by Jim Surkamp


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The Song of Mary Entler Herrington by Jim Surkamp


The Song of Mary Louise Entler Herrington (1840-1932)

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Author Steve French on Andrew Leopold (Video Transcript & Link)

Steve French, author of the acclaimed “Rebel Chronicles,” tells the factual story of the winding road in Andrew Thomas Leopold’s life.

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