Join Red Hill-Patrick Henry National Memorial Curator Cody Youngblood in an online lecture about archaeological investigations at the Quarter Place. Since the 18th century, the Quarter Place was home to Red Hill’s enslaved and later freed Black inhabitants. Although nearly all aboveground trace has disappeared, new findings under the ground have helped develop a better understanding of what life was like at Red Hill.

This event is free and will be streamed virtually. Please register to receive the link to watch. After registering, the link will be emailed to you.

Red Hill Rediscovered

Dive deeper into Red Hill’s history with Red Hill-Patrick Henry National Memorial’s new series of lectures, virtual events, and tours. This program is made possible by funding from Virginia Humanities.

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