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Who wrote on Liberia's walls           

 

                        
           

















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graffiti descendants
Museum Volunteer Margaret Binning(left) found
the great-great grandson of Lt. John B. Dayton,
Co. D. 34th PA Inf., who wrote on Liberia's wall.
Nelson Dayton Runkle and his wife Gayle recently viewed the signature when on a trip from their
home in Missouri.


           
Tickets may be purchased at the museum, by calling 703-368-1873 or 
online through 
Echoes, the Manassas Museum store.



Visit Our Historic Sites:

Liberia Plantation
Liberia Plantation

Mayfield Fort
Mayfield Fort

Cannon Branch Fort
Cannon Branch Fort

Jennie Dean Memorial
Manassas Industrial School/Jennie Dean Memorial


Historic Train Depot
Historic Train Depot

Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory
Center for the Arts at the
Candy Factory


Speiden-Carper House
Speiden-Carper House
(not open at this time)




To Purchase Tickets for our programs, or Shop for Distinctive Gifts with a Local Flair,
visit

Manassas Museum Echoes Store


Manassas Museum System
E-mail

9101 Prince
William St.
Manassas, VA 20110

Ph: 703-368-1873

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