Strasburg Heritage Association

Strasburg, Virginia

Heritage Podcast Channel

Episode Nine:
"Interview With Olivia Hilton"
Interview with Olivia Hilton about the Vintage in the Valley Event August 28, 2021.
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Episode Eight:
"Stories From Our Archives"
The history and stories related to Keller's Mill is shared by Mia Dodson. The story was written by Kathy Kehoe and can be found in the Fall 2016 Strasburg Heritage Association Newsletter.
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Episode Seven:
"Stories From Our Archives"
Stories about Fort Hill, Strasburg Junction, Picket Fences, and the Digging of the Massanutten Tunnel.
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Episode Six:
"Fisher's Hill Battle and Reunion Picnics"
Stories about the Civil War Battle of Fishers Hill and the subsequent Reunion Picnics.
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Episode Five:
"I Love This Town"
In this episode we hear from local people expressing why they love their town of Strasburg, Virginia. They include Doug Cooley, Elizabeth Alsberry, Doug Spengler, Elna Brown, Rochella Strother, Charlotte Downey, and Virginia Cadden. Rochella Strother is only one that has not passed away. The reading of the Strasburg News article and the singing of "Oh Shenandoah" is done by Richard Follette. We hope you enjoy listening to the many reasons Strasburg is such a special place.
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Episode Four:
"Judge Perry Sarver Interview"
From 2002-The late Judge Sarver was a prominent attorney and judge that resided in Strasburg from 1962 until his death in 2006.
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Episode Three:
"Sunset Hill School - Stories from Strasburg's African American School." From an interview with Rochella Strother and the late Elizabeth Alsberry.
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Episode Two:
"Stories of The Strand Theater"
Listen to Gloria Stickley and Polly and Richard Wilson sharing their memories of the Strand.
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Episode One:
"The Virginia Restaurant" Listen to Kathy Kehoe sharing her folk history story of the Virginia Restaurant from the article she wrote in the Fall 2009 newsletter.
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Article about Native People in the Valley by Dr. Carole Nash (JMU)
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