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11_0793 1822-1893 Book small_compressed.pdf
The first existing Session records of Providence Presbyterian Church in Gum Spring begin in 1822. The church, established in 1747, is the oldest Presbyterian building still in use in the Commonwealth of Virginia. These records contain the birth and…

Early African American schools were designed to advance younger generations of African Americans. Within this community of individuals there was a belief that, as an African American became more educated and continued to exceed in society, the…

The picture on the left is an image of the original building for the First Baptist Church on its present location one block west of the courthouse. This is not the building that the trustees purchased in 1866. The picture on the right is an image of…

Thomas Johnson was born in Louisa County and attended Seminary in Lynchburg after the Civil War. He returned to Louisa and pastored several African-American churches throughout the remainded of the 1800s.


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