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"The Story Of Strasburg"
By Virginia Hinkins Cadden
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View a slide show of pictures from our Founding Families Event, Sunday 2/27/2011
We hope you will continue your support of SHA by renewing your membership. Our annual membership fee of $20 is due in February and is much appreciated. Help us continue to support historic preservation in Strasburg, offer interesting programs and an informative newsletter. Thank you!
Heritage Annual Meeting & Program
"Strasburg in the Civil War - Places and People"
St. Paul's Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall
The Northern Shenandoah Valley played an important role in the fighting that took place during the Civil War, with numerous battles occurring in the Strasburg vicinity. Thousands of Confederate and Union troops passed through town and sometimes stayed a while, often occupying buildings.
Join us for a presentation about army occupation of Strasburg. Richard Kleese will set the scene for us and will focus on the many people who used the Hupp Mansion during the war. John Horan will talk about the occupation of St. Paul Lutheran Church and what happened to that historic building. Marie Spence will speak about the use of Strasburg Presbyterian Church, the oldest church building in town, as a hospital during the war.
There will be a short business meeting prior to the program. The public is invited. Join us for fellowship and refreshments.