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A Can't-Miss Partnership is Coming to a Webinar Near You 
Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown and Patrick Henry’s Red Hill are teaming up to take a closer look at primary source documentation from the time periods when Mr. Henry was living in these two locations. What stories do surviving documents tell us about enslaved men, women and children and the Henry family members who lived at Scotchtown and Red Hill? Guest panelists from Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown include Erin Turbeville, Interpreter, and Lea Lane, Curator of Collections. Red Hill-Patrick Henry National Memorial is represented by Mark Couvillon, noted Henry historian and author, and Caitlin Curtis, Director of Education & Donor Systems.

This online program is free but registration is required. 
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