This Jefferson Street tobacco warehouse, seen in a photograph taken after electricity came to Lynchburg in 1883, was typical of the Civil War hospitals in which slaves served as nurses, cooks, and laundry workers.
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Click here to view information on our past exhibit:
Trouble Don’t Las Always: African American Life in Central Virginia During and After the Civil War, 1860-1890
August 8, 2015
"Stone and Soul Concert"
5th and Polk Streets
August 15, 2015
New Exhibit-Grand Opening
More information coming soon!
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