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Sixty days of Civil War events in Richmond area

The number of battles, skirmishes and conflicts rose rapidly in Virginia during the second year of the Civil War and the Richmond area was the most heavily involved. For 60 days, between May 9 and July 11, the National Park Service’s Richmond National Battlefield Park will offer events to commemorate the five battles that took place within the park boundaries in that time frame.
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