Next Public Meeting of Historic Prince WilliamThursday, September 17, 2015, 7:30pm
From "Colonial" to "Colonial Revival" - The Comforts of Home by Dennis VanDerlaske
A look at how residential architecture changed from the Colonial American period to the Colonial Revival Period of the early 20th century and how, in the process, our houses grew more comfortable.
We meet at McCoart Administrative Center, Room 107 A&B in the Developmental Services Building, Prince William, VA 22192 (directions and map)
Will Prince William County repeat the 12th High School Cemetery Controversy?
See Prince William County could move cemetery to make way for new fire station (Potomac Local, September 4, 2015)
Other Local History in the News
Historic Prince William is a non-profit organization, working in partnership with other historical groups in this area by:|
- disseminating historical information through programs and publications
- promoting historical preservation and protection of County resources through public education
- broadening the base of public interest in local history by sponsoring tours, speaking in schools, supporting research, and printing material of historical interest