Our annual South Boston Civil War and Militaria show is back once again! Collectors from all over the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of North Carolina will be able to buy, sell and trade cherished Vintage Militaria, Civil War Memorabilia, and a variety of Collector Arms at the South Boston – Halifax County Museum. Last year, our pilot event gathered an attendance of more than 180 people in 2 days. This year, both new and returning vendors will make this event better than last year.
Anyone who wishes to participate as a dealer is invited to register for a booth. Rules and restriction apply.
CLICK HERE for a printable PDF application for a booth.
Abbott Farm Suppliers Inc
John M. Jordan Camp #581 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
Long and Foster Realtors; Scotty Epps Felton, Inc.
Powell Funeral Home
Powell’s Gun & Ammo
Terry South Boston Auto
Colonel Robert Holt Evans U.S. Air Force (Retired)
Commander Gerald C. Roxbury U.S. Navy (Retired)
1942: A Remembrance
1 February 2018
As the Untied State became fully militarized after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Halifax County residents and natives of the local area soon found themselves among the more than three million men drafted into the United States armed forces in 1942. The South Boston – Halifax County Museum is proud to present this tribute to those who served in the U.S. Armed forces during that period of time and an examination of the numerous changes that a global war brought to Halifax County. On display are a number of artifacts from the North African campaign and the Pacific theater, military uniforms, and much more.