Strasburg Heritage Association

Strasburg, Virginia

The Heritage Podcast Channel (NEW).

Episode Eighteen:
""Sally Hupp Shares Ghostly Experiences from her Family Home." Click to View...

Episode Seventeen:
"Post WWII Shenandoah County Art Exhibit" Click to View...

Episode Sixteen:
"Hauntings from the AC Stickley House in Strasburg, VA"
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Episode Fifteen:
"Strasburg Coach Glenn Proctor Comes To Strasburg." Coach Glenn Proctor sharing how he ended up in Strasburg. Listen Here...

Episode Fourteen:
"2004 Interview with Romeo Stickley, a WWII veteran." By Barbara Adamson: Romeo shares his WWII experiences and details of the Fisher's Hill picnics he attended as a child. Listen Here...

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Schedule of Events

Here is a link that shows the locations of our Historic District signs.

The Strasburg Walking Trail
Kathy Kehoe recounts the entry in the Spring 2005 Heritage Newsletter of the article by Babs Melton.
Read the 2005 Newsletter...
Also Read John Adamson's Account of the Walking Tour...

Watch the Video Kathy Kehoe's Presentation of her book "Images of America: Strasburg".

Watch the Video of the May Day festivities in 1950. (12minutes)

The President's Message-February 2023! Click Here to Read...!

The Ghost Tour App is Still Available All Year! Click Here to see the Flyer!

A New Book: "Images of America: Strasburg", by Kathy Kehoe.
Local historian Kathy Kehoe has been writing folk history for more than 40 years. Her new book is part of Arcadia Publishing's "Images of America" series which celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the country. Using archival photo-graphs, Kehoe presents distinctive stories from Strasburg's past that shaped the character of our community today.
The book is available at the Strasburg Visitors Center and at the Straburg Museum when it opens in May.
It is also available at such on-line stores such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

New Exhibit from Belle Grove:
In honor of local historian and long-time Museum Board member John Adamson (who passed in November of 2021), the Belle Grove Plantation was able to establish the John H. Adamson III Memorial Fund. The first project to benefit from the fund, Belle Grove has published an online exhibit about the Jackson family, the story a free Black man from Frederick County named Emanuel Jackson and how he purchased the freedom of his children and grandchild who were enslaved by the Hite family. Here is a link to that exhibit..