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Discovering Richmond Monuments:: A History of River City Landmarks Beyond…

by Robert C. Layton

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With over 150 monuments, Richmond ranks among the nation's best cities in devotion to its past, its leaders, and its famous citizens. But the storied history of Virginia's capital extends far beyond its most famous figures. Whether memorializing the captivating stories of famous Richmonders Nina Abady and Sam Woods, celebrating the life of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, or honoring the achievements of prominent medical leaders, public art in Richmond is a testament to the perseverance and ingenuity of the city and its people. Journey into times past with author Robert Layton as he uncovers the enthralling history of Richmond through its often-overlooked monuments.… (more)

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