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True Richmond Stories: Historic Tales from Virginia's Capital

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Richmond, Virginia's beautiful capital on the James River, has seen more than its fair share of history. Although it is probably best known as the site of one of the first English settlements in America and its role as the Confederate capitol in the Civil War, the city's past has much more to offer.
Since 1992, Harry Kollatz Jr. has been recording the lesser-known heritage
Paperback, 155 pages
Published July 31st 2007 by History Press (SC)
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