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The Remnants of the Crater

By Claire Bickers '20 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.  In the final years of ...
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“Pretty Well Swiss Cheese”: The Innis House and the Battle Of Fredericksburg

By Zachary Wesley '20 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.  A sea of houses and ...
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The Shifting Meaning of the Richmond-Lynchburg Stage Road

By Lillian Shea '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.  The part of the Richmond-Lynchburg ...
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Antietam’s Dunker Church: Meaning in the Viewpoint of the Beholder

By Ryan Bilger '19 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.  Antietam National Battlefield’s venerable Dunker ...
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Doors into the Past

By Emily Vega '19 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.  Submerged into the side of ...
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