Tredegar Iron Works Historian To Speak On Tuesday

Well, last time this was scheduled, Slayer was playing the National, former President Bill Clinton paid a last minute visit to the Hippodrome, and there were tornado warnings, complete with VCU sirens. Let’s see what happens on Tuesday-

The Oregon Hill Home Improvement Council, (OHHIC) a neighborhood membership organization whose mission includes historical preservation, is presenting an author’s talk about historic Tredegar Iron Works on Tuesday, April 19th at 7 pm. Local historian Nathan Vernon Madison, a graduate of the University of Mary Washington (BA) and Virginia Commonwealth University (MA), will present and discuss his recently released book, Tredegar Iron Works. His account utilizes a wealth of primary sources and firsthand accounts to chronicle the full history of the Richmond industrial icon. The Oregon Hill neighborhood was built and occupied by many of the foundry’s workers and therefore has a special connection to this history. This author’s talk is co-hosted by St. Andrew’s Church and will take place in their chapel at 236 S. Laurel Street. After the presentation Mr. Madison will be available to sign books. This event is free and open to the public, however seating will be limited and RSVP’s are appreciated.

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