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... travelled the freeway towards Richmond, after about an hour we swapped and Debbie had a drive. We arrived at the hotel (thanks to the soothing words of our companion) with out too many hitches or lost sweat. This place was $US70 a night including breakfast, and was huge. It probably needed a bit of a makeover but we had no complaints. There was an Indian restaurant across the road, it turned out really nice and we were back in bed by ...
... indicted him for treason on the building's third floor. Though imprisoned for a few years following his indictment, Davis was released and never tried on the charges because federal officials feared that a jury might acquit him and secession would be ruled constitutional.
Tomorrow we will travel to Charlottesville to tour Monticello, take a trip down Richmond's Monument Avenue, and pack our belongings in anticipation of Monday's flight back to Mnotgomery.
... Other famous visitors include Churchill and Thatcher, have attached the link to the web site. http://virginiacapitol.gov/virtualtours /Virtualtours508/interior508.html We look everywhere for any mention of the name or town of Partlow but nothing yet. Next hotel is Hampton Inn, Petersburg Southpark Mall room 310 to be precise. A little south of Richmond in a place called Petersburg, again not too much in the way of ...
In 1778, Richmond along with all the other states banned the importation of African slaves for use in Virginia. However, this made the port even more important, as they imported African people here to sell into other states like Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana. Unbelievable really!!!
I did come across two of the oldest buildings in Richmond, one is now the ...
... who first came were not, however; most were unwilling to work; they hoped to find gold or a passage to the Pacific; wealth, not colonization, was their agenda. The next years were times of turmoil before an eventual change of focus; Smith was imprisoned by his own people and later by Algonquian Chief Powhatan over various issues before the settlement became “permanent;” his writings are among the few first-hand ...