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2000 > Lectures
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14 January, Michael Kammen
"Robert Gwathmey: A Virginia Vision of African American Life"
10 February, Lauranett Lee
"Exploring Emancipation: Adjusting to Freedom in Charlottesville, 1865-1877"
2 March, Lang Gibson
"Cabell's Canal: The Story of the James River and Kanawha"
6 April, Grady W. Powell
"A Two-World Struggle: A History of Gillfleld Baptist Church"
29 June, Ernest B. Furgurson
"Not War But Murder: Cold Harbor 1864"
21 September, George Gilliam
"How Massive Was Massive Resistance?"
5 October, James C. Kelly and William M. S. Rasmussen
"A Grand Tour of Virginia Landmarks in Landscape"
9 November, Charles F. Bryan, Jr.
"A Generation of Warriors"
16 November, Mary Buford Hitz
"Elisabeth Scott Bocock: A Study in Contradictions"
14 December, Gregg Kimball
"We Are Virginians: Citizen-Soldiers and Sectionalism in Antebellum Richmond"
Alexander Wilbourne Weddell Lecture
13 January, Michael Kammen
"Virginia and the 'Vision Thing': Spectacles in American Portraiture"
J. Harvie Wilkinson, Jr., Lecture
26 October, A. Scott Berg
"Charles Lindbergh: The Man and the Myth"
Stuart G. Christian, Jr., Trustees Lecture
15 November, Fred Anderson
"The Crucible of War"
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