By Bryan Gentry To see use the interactive history maps at Historic Sandusky, visit historicsandusky.org/lynchburg-history-map. On Lynchburg’s bloodiest days in the Civil War, Confederate soldiers marched uphill from the downtown area to drive back invading Union troops. On the second day of the Battle of Lynchburg in June 1864, the troops fought in and around […]
“Haunted History” will be held Friday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Half-hour tours will be offered for a suggested donation of $2.
Digging in the soil outside Historic Sandusky has been like digging for buried treasure, even though the artifacts LC students unearthed this year would not sell for much online. “It’s still treasure,” said James Robbins ’18. “It has historical worth.” Over the past five weeks, James and four other students continued excavating a site by the […]
The engineering firm Hurt & Proffitt will move an archaeology laboratory to Sandusky. Lynchburg College students will use the lab in research for Sandusky as well as H&P projects.