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... me liberty...or give me death!" speech that helped spark the American Revolution. The sense of history in the Colonial-era church is palpable, and the spirits of men like Washington, Jefferson, and Henry certainly survive there. Buried in a grave just outside the church, which still has its original 18th Century pulpit, is George Wythe, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Also ensconced in the churchyard is the mother of poet and author Edgar Allan ...
... rotunda, which contains busts of every U.S. President from Virginia and a statue of George Washington, is impressive, as well.
While we still had some items left on our agenda, the day was getting late, so we decided to return to our condo and try to visit the sites we missed on Sunday. Tomorrow we travel to Norfolk, Virginia where I will visit the museum dedicated to one of my World War II heroes while Michelle and Laura visit the zoo ...
... I still have no cottonpickin’ idea what hits he
charted. As you can see from the photo,I could not tell if Doug E. was more impressed by my human beat box skills or by my Cobra Kai shirt from the “Karate Kid.”
Tomorrow we spend the day touring the sites related to the time that Richmond was the Capital of the Confederacy, and I am very much looking forward to it.
We are tending to our last few details in preparation for our flight on Saturday morning. There was a slight scare this morning when we found out that the FAA had cancelled all flights with United Airlines, but were relieved that it was only for one hour and now all flights are up and running. Please keep us in your prayers as we look forward to this experience with our Christian brothers and sisters in El Salvador. We know that God is going to do something ...
... commanders remained in the field for a number of months, Lee's surrender signaled the end of the Southern states' attempt to create a separate nation.
Booker T. Washington National Monument, Hardy, Virginia. This park comprises 239 acres of the former Burroughs tobacco farm, which despite its small size, was always referred to as a "plantation". It was here that Booker T. Washington was born into slavery in 1856 (his father was a ...