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The Rich Heritage of Southwest Virginia
June 5-6, 2015

Enjoy lectures and tours of regional homes in this historical look at the pioneers who settled the area in the 18th and 19th centuries, influencing the origin of Virginia Tech. Highlights include a lunch and tour at Smithfield Plantation, the original home of four Virginia governors, with a presentation on the contributions of Col. William Preston and the opening of Kentucky lands for settlement by colonists pushing westward. James I. Robertson Jr., author and Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus, will be among the featured speakers. 

$150 per person; $100 for children ages 5-12

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