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Walking the original Virginia Great Valley Road pathway towards the New River in Radford, Virginia.
Exhibit of Signage needs at 9/18/22 Santillane Fundraiser.
Upstairs bedroom in the Robert Preston House of Walnut Grove Plantation.
Current Virginia Historical Highway Marker in Caroline County to be updated and replaced in the future.
Fireplaces at the Red Mill Inn (aka McConkeys Tavern) where William Clark documented he stopped during his Virginia travels in 1809 (this historic site is currently not available to visitors.

Area Lewis & Clark Sites Awarded L&C Portrait Signs


May 24, 2021 @ 5pm


Historic Fotheringay, Elliston, VA

Montgomery County Board of Supervisors, Steve Figalkowski, speaks with VLCLT Board members.

Roanoke River looking west towards the north and south forks of the river.

Owner of Ingles Farm historic site, Radford side shows Lewis and Clark Portrait sign to ceremony attendees.

On Monday, May 24, 2021, members  of the Board of Directors from the the Roanoke – Botetourt- New River Valley region of the Virginia Lewis and Clark Legacy Trail (VLCLT) gathered together to award Lewis and Clark Portrait signs to both Pulaski and Montgomery Counties, to their respective VLCLT Committee Chairs, and to the owners of historic sites and locations who were recipients of these signs. Five signs were awarded after submitting applications and being approved as verified Lewis and Clark-connected historic sites.  They included, Fotheringay, (Montgomery Co.) the Radford City side of Ingles Ferry (Pulaski County), the first and second Roanoke River Crossings in Elliston and Lafayette, respectively, (both in Montgomery County), and to Pulaski County in honor of Expedition member, William Werner, who returned to the new Newbern area.