The purpose of the Union High History Project was to research, document, and preserve the history of Union High School in Caroline County, Virginia. Archival research was performed using libraries, historical archives, newspapers, and books. Various methods were used to locate people affiliated with the school, including articles in the county’s two newspapers (Free Lance-Star and Caroline Progress), radio announcements, letters to the African American churches in the county, the Caroline Sunday School Union, the Union High Reunion Committee and libraries in Caroline County and the nearby areas.

Union High alumni, faculty, family and friends (Union High History Project Participants) were interviewed and their memories were documented. They also shared their school memorabilia, such as yearbooks, photographs, and other school documents.

The project’s output is a book titled Memories of Union High: An Oasis in Caroline County, Virginia, 1903-1969.

Union High History Project In the News

Free Lance-Star – May 24th and May 25th 2010