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These tobacco factories, built in 1845, were typical of the nineteen in Lynchburg converted into hospitals during the Civil War. Surgeon J.K. Page supervised Knight's and Miller's as divisions of General Hospital No. 2.
The Thirty-two hospitals…
1898 - 1902 Erected by R.E Craighill Camp No. 11 Dept. of Virginia United Spanish- war Veterans
Established in 1786, Lynchburg was a thriving commercial center famous for its tobacco and manufacturing industries when Fort Sumter, South Carolina was bombarded in April 1861 and the Civil War began. Lynchburg's Fair Grounds and Camp Davis immed…