Historical Marker Honors Community Role in Revolutionary War - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA New...

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A new highway marker is highlighting the role the Charlottesville and Albemarle County community played in the Revolutionary War.

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historian

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May 6, 2012
 

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Oh my! Does the vice-mayor know about this?
reality bites

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Another much ado about nothing.
citizen

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historian wrote:
Oh my! Does the vice-mayor know about this?
Since they lived in huts like the Rivanna River rats currently do I am sure he is interested in the "homeless" of colonial times.
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May 7, 2012
 
Well lets just build another freaking statue for crying out loud. We'll give out another 200,000 bucks and make sure the artists skin color doesn't offend anyone.
Jim

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The British raided Charlottesville and almost captured all the Virginia delegation and Thomas Jefferson. A man named Jack Jouett rode all night to warn Jefferson of the British coming. Jefferson escaped just in time out the back door and the British on the front lawn...
The British Cavalry was commanded by Banastre Tarleton, the notorious butcher.
sez you

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May 12, 2012
 
Jim wrote:
The British raided Charlottesville and almost captured all the Virginia delegation and Thomas Jefferson. A man named Jack Jouett rode all night to warn Jefferson of the British coming. Jefferson escaped just in time out the back door and the British on the front lawn...
The British Cavalry was commanded by Banastre Tarleton, the notorious butcher.
Good thing TJ didn't get caught, he would of ended up in debtors prison.
DREDD SCOTT

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May 12, 2012
 
Jim wrote:
The British raided Charlottesville and almost captured all the Virginia delegation and Thomas Jefferson. A man named Jack Jouett rode all night to warn Jefferson of the British coming. Jefferson escaped just in time out the back door and the British on the front lawn...
The British Cavalry was commanded by Banastre Tarleton, the notorious butcher.
.......... Racist judge Roger Tawney and Judge Pimp Michael Raphan have statues to honor JIM CROW ESQUIRE , Judge Martin Manton , Gerald Garson and Bankster Canady .

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