This page is a timeline of events in the Giles County Ten Commandments saga and a repository for sources for information and public reactions.
The centerpiece was to be the Declaration of Independence, framed above (preceding) by the Mayflower Compact and the Virginia Declaration of Rights and below (following) by the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom and the Bill of Rights.
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News Release, Giles County School Board, 22 February 2011 “Giles County School Board: Remove Ten Commandments displays”, , 23 February 2011 Students of Giles and nearby schools posted copies of the Decalogue on their lockers.
Members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Floyd County High School had copies removed from their lockers but returned after the ACLU complained to school officials. district”, , 17 February 2011 “ACLU defends Floyd athletes over Ten Commandments”, WSLS 10, 25 February 2011 Residents and businesses of Giles County campaigned for the display to be returned.