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Patricia Lawrence and guest recording Audio Journeys in Augsburg Germany
Audio Journey Radio Series
Audio Journeys are half-hour documentary style radio programs. Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects. New Audio Journeys each month. Email Adventures@AudioJourneys.org www.AudioJourneys.org
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September 2007 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Sep 24, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Capitol Building of Richmond Virginia
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  • We are on a 400-Years-of-History Road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia. We are in Richmond, Virginia’s capitol. We are exploring the Virginia State Capitol building. The original structure, designed by Thomas Jefferson is believed to be the modern world’s first major public building designed as a Classical Roman temple. The cornerstone was laid on August 18, 1785.

    We are exploring the Virginia State Capitol building in Richmond. Mark Greenough, capitol tour supervisor and historian is our guide. Patricia Lawrence meets Mark Greenough at the capitol building’s new underground entrance.
St Johns Church Richmond Virginia
  • Pub Date: Sep 10, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Church Hill Richmond Virginia
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  • Richmond Virginia is our next stop on our 400-Years-of-History Road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia series. We are exploring St. John’s Church, one of the most important buildings in the American Revolution.

    We are exploring St. John’s Church in Richmond Virginia. In this small wooden church on a knoll overlooking old Richmond, the Second Virginia Convention was held in March 1775. One hundred Virginia colonial leaders, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Richard Henry Lee, heard Patrick Henry’s resolution to put the colony into a state of defense against England. Historian, Rita Bailey is one of the costumed interpreters. Rita is speaking to a group of visitors from the front of the church, below the pulpit.