Virginia Indian Program

The Virginia Indian Heritage Program at VFH is helping to redress centuries of historical omission, exclusion, and misrepresentation. It creates opportunities for Virginians of all ages, as well as visitors to the state, to learn about the history and cultures of Virginia Indian people and communities, past and present.

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You Didn’t Hear It From Me

Join VFH Fellow Debra Nystrom Tuesday Oct. 15 in Charlottesville for a reading and discussion of her novel-in-progress.
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Virginia Indian Archive

The Virginia Indian Archive makes historic photographs, documents, and oral histories available to students, researchers, and the public not just in Virginia but throughout the world.
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From Barter,To Buffer,To Be

VFH Grants help establish a permanent exhibit that explores Nottoway of Virginia Indian Life, from Pre-Jamestown to the Present Day