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Quick-Clicks to Articles about Historic Chatham, Virginia, and Its Environs


610 South Main

610 South Main Street: an example of Chatham's American Foursquare Architecture.

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Tunstall quarterpath, looking north

A classic Mustang pauses beside the old Tunstall Quarterpath, a quarter-mile stretch of Cherrystone Road where Virginia's best horses once competed.

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David Mitchell runs tape measure

David Mitchell runs a tape measure from the Cherrystone Meeting House Spring uphill, across the Hammack field north of Ridge Street, toward the location of Chatham's first courthouse, just beyond the distant tree line.

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Dan's Hill

Dan's Hill.

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Lt. Col. Clyde East

World War II flying ace Lt. Col. Clyde East.

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SSgt. John Gammon

Congressional Medal of Honor recipient SSgt. Archer T. “John” Gammon.

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J. Hunt Hargrave, 1920's

Industrialist and philanthropist J. Hunt Hargrave.

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Charlie Hurt

Journalist Charlie Hurt.

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Joe White, Lamplighter

Chatham's famed lamplighter Joe White.

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Popcorn Sutton

Popcorn Suttoncomments on the local moonshine tradition.

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Oak Hall

Oak Hall.

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Karen Hall

Writer and television producer Karen Hall.

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Native American Fish Weir at Fitzgerald's Mill

A Native American fish weir in the Banister River.

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James Womack

James Womack and Shelton Saddlery.

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Barbara Hall

Writer and television producer Barbara Hall.

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Cabernet Sauvignon Cluster at Tomahawk Mill Winery

Cabernet Sauvignon grapes at Tomahawk Mill Winery.

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  • Vineyard Efforts in Pittsylvania Date Back to 1869
  • Vintage Veranda: the Bolanz-Howerton House
  • Virginia Agency Cites Southside Company
  • Virginia Carbines of Danville and Pittsylvania Court House
  • Virginia Colonial Revival Architecture in Historic Chatham, Virginia
  • Virginia Colonial Vernacular Architecture in Historic Chatham, Virginia
  • Virginia Highway Markers in Pittsylvania County
  • Virginia Historical Inventory Project: Digitized Files of Local Interest
  • Voigt, Ellen: Poetry Takes Center Stage
  • WTS Baseball Team 1909

    Warren Training School Graffiti, 1908-1909.

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