Related Links

Related links that involve the Anne Eliza Johns Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy and the city of it’s home in Danville, Virginia.

Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History is also called the Sutherlin Mansion. This was the home of Major William Sutherlin. Learn more about the “Last Confederate Capital” - a historical landmark.

Johns Manor is the home of our namesake Anne Eliza Johns. Explore the house she grew up in and learn other insightful things on the Johns family.

Danville Historical Society also has things going on that include the Danville Museum and other historical sites in Danville, Virginia.

Chapter Name: Anne Eliza Johns  Virginia Division

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Uploaded 1/7/2010 is a video of Danville Museum - Last Capital of the Confederacy. Click here to view.

Dee Smith discussed the Treasures in the Room. She talked about some of the original furniture that belonged to the Sutherlin’s. You can find this discussion posted on Youtube by clicking here.