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Trampling Mrs. Lee’s Roses: Union Soldiers at Arlington

By Savannah Labbe '19 “I would not stir from this house even if the whole Northern Army were to surround it,” wrote Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee, wife of Robert E. Lee, to her daughter, Eleanor Agnes Lee on May ...
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Finding Meaning in Land

By Keira Koch ’19 This post is the final one of a series featuring behind-the-scenes dispatches from our Pohanka Interns on the front lines of history this summer as interpreters, archivists, and preservationists. See here for the introduction to the series.  This summer, I ...
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The McLean House: Symbol of Reunification or Surrender Grounds?

By Carolyn Hauk ’21 This post is part of a series featuring behind-the-scenes dispatches from our Pohanka Interns on the front lines of history this summer as interpreters, archivists, and preservationists. See here for the introduction to the series.  While enjoying live music in ...
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Richmond National Battlefield Park

By Albert Wilson ’21 This post is part of a series featuring behind-the-scenes dispatches from our Pohanka Interns on the front lines of history this summer as interpreters, archivists, and preservationists. See here for the introduction to the series.  Richmond National Battlefield Park consists ...
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Andersonville’s Providence Spring

By Maci Mark '21 This post is part of a series featuring behind-the-scenes dispatches from our Pohanka Interns on the front lines of history this summer as interpreters, archivists, and preservationists. See here for the introduction to the series.  At Andersonville National Historic Site ...
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