Join Red Hill-Patrick Henry National Memorial Curator Cody Youngblood in an online lecture about Red Hill in the early 20th century. With the beginning of Lucy Henry Harrison’s residency in 1905, the property underwent its most significant transformation in almost 200 years. Buildings were added and expanded, formal gardens were planted, elegance defined the Henry name—until disaster struck.

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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