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About Endview Plantation
362 Yorktown Road, Newport News, VA 23603, US
The Civil War at Endview Plantation is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and interpretation of the Endview house and grounds, and to the exploration of the Civil War’s impact on Peninsula culture and the lives of its inhabitants.
Endview Plantation interprets the house and grounds chiefly from the time of Dr. Humphrey Hardwood Curtis and his wife Maria’s residence from 1858 until Maria’s death in 1919. Themes touched on include Civil War history including occupation of the house, daily lives of Civil War soldiers, the 1622 settlement of the Harwood family on the land, mid-nineteenth century medical history, natural and botanical features on the property, slavery and emancipation, women’s and children’s roles before and after the Civil War, and technological innovations during Maria’s lifetime (1840-1919).
Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
362 Yorktown RoadNewport News, VA23603
April 15, 2021
Must be at least 18
Minimum of one four hour session a month
Must have a basic knowledge of American history and be comfortable speaking to small groups.