Henrico County Historical Society
PO Box 90775   Henrico, VA 23273   (804)501-5682   hchsinfo@yahoo.com
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Henrico County Historical Society's motto, which is Preserving the Past in the Present for the FutureSkipwith Academy in Three Chopt District, Henrico County, Virginia.Log Cabin in Tuckahoe District, Henrico County, Virginia.Mankin Mansion in Fairfield District, Henrico County, Virginia.Dorey Barn in Varina District, Henrico County, Virginia.Bethlehem Church in Brookland District, Henrico County, Virginia.

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News, 2015

News 2015, First Quarter
  • President's Message
  • A Blue-Ribbon Blanket & a Raffle Helped HCHS Get Started 40 Years Ago
  • Dedication Ceremony
  • Henrico's Old Courthouse
  • Carl Ruehrmund's Work
  • How to Bake a Shad
  • Now You Know: A Shocking Revelation
  • What Do You Know?
News 2015, Second Quarter
  • President's Message
  • Quarterly Meeting
  • Edgar Allan Poe's Marriage
  • Cooking Up a Kitchen: A Taste of War
  • Scenes from the Tea Dance at Walkerton
  • How a Local Government Gets Started Can Be Seen In Brookland's Beginnings
  • African American Education in 1880s Henrico
  • Sweet Drinks from a Sour Source
  • Now You Know: Building a Barn from 'Scratch'
  • What Do You Know?
News 2015, Third Quarter
  • President's Message
  • One-year Membership Dues are as Follows
  • In Memorium: Jean Gray Nelson Gibbons
  • September Quarterly Meeting
  • June HCHS Meeting Features Literary and Legal Worlds
  • Donation
  • APHA Seeks to Save 1854 Henrico Structure
  • A Colorful Rogue Captures the Public's Attention in a One-man Henrico Jailbreak
  • Now You Know
  • What Do You Know?
News 2015, Fourth Quarter
  • President's Message
  • December Quarterly Meeting
  • Vintage Views of the Old Glen Allen RF&P Station
  • APHA Update: It's in the Bag (or Trailer)
  • A Small Journal and Its Sporadically Made Entries Provide A Glimpse of Melrose Plantation
  • Inventory: Keeping Count of the Household Goods
  • Treatment: Curing Cholera Infanturum and Inflammations
  • Civil War: Effects on the Homefront
  • Recipes: Holiday Specialities from Melrose
  • Childcare: A Few Thoughts Original and Selected on the Training and Education of Children
  • Textiles: Producing Colors to Dye For
  • In Conclusion
  • What Do You Know?

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