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Virginia Museum of Veiled History

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Virginia Museum of Veiled History

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705 S Loudoun St Rte 50 from Exit 313 off I-81 -- comes within 2 blocks., Winchester, VA 22601-4645
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Hvfaath wrote a review Nov 2018
Central Virginia12 contributions3 helpful votes
My fiance and I came to Selma looking to learn and grow as people. This museum added to our experience. They were not even open at the time when we went but because the curator of another museum knew the curatoer of this one, she made a call and he opened up. There are nice
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Date of experience: July 2018
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FofStephensCityVa wrote a review Nov 2017
Stephens City, Virginia1 contribution3 helpful votes
Larry Yates is an accommodating host and willing to teach. I’ve visited twice and learned something new about Virginia’s history both times. I really appreciate knowing about General Milroy and the connections between him and the Emancipation Proclamation’s implementation
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Marie V wrote a review Nov 2017
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A little while ago Titi and I visited Larry Yates at his Virginia Museum of Veiled History. His mission is to lift the veil that covers the history of racism in the Southern United States, particularly in the Commonwealth of Virginia. His collection includes articles,
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Nevin Z wrote a review Nov 2017
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Take it from me, a life-long resident of Virginia; if you are visiting or traveling through Winchester and you want to learn about the local history, this absolutely must be your first stop. Many museums in Virginia give you a distorted view of history, written by the wealthy
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Date of experience: September 2017
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astrologerjenny wrote a review Sep 2017
Rockville, Maryland1 contribution
Winners write history, and this means that it's not always accurate. This museum is dedicated to revealing what's been hidden from view. After decades of research, writing, and working as a community organizer, the proprietor, Larry Yates, is very knowledgeable about local
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Date of experience: September 2017
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