Historic Prince William
The Prince William School Board will hold a public meeting on "Reinterment of 12th High School Graves" on December 16, 7:00pm at the Kelly Leadership Center (14715 Bristow Rd., Manassas, VA 20112, in Independent Hill near the landfill on Route 234 - see in Google Maps).
Get background at The 12th High School Cemetery Controversy
Next Public Meeting of Historic Prince William
January 16, 2014, 7:30-8:30pm
|We meet at McCoart Administrative Center, Room 107 A&B in the Developmental Services Building, Prince William, VA 22192 (directions and map)|
|(highlighting events from Historic Alexandria, Archeological Society of Virginia (Northern Virginia Chapter), Arlington Historical Society, Bull Run Civil War Round Table, Historic Dumfries, Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County, Fauquier Historical Society, Fairfax County Historical Society, Great Falls Historical Society, Historic Fairfax City, Gunston Hall, Herndon Historical Society, Loudoun Museum, Thomas Balch Library (in Leesburg), Historic Manassas, Manassas Museum, McLean Historical Society, Mosby Heritage Area Association, Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, Occoquan Historical Society, Prince William County Heritage Preservation Division, Prince William Library RELIC Room, Stafford County Historical Society, and Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission)|
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
Crossroads and Corners has been reprinted and is now available for purchase, along with the historic map. For details, see Publications.
|Volunteer Opportunity: The Prince William Circuit Court Clerk's Office is digitizing historic records, to make them available online to the public. Most of the documents are from the 1800s and include some from colonial and pre-civil war times. Help organize, index, digitize, and bring Prince William historic records to light and making them available for future generations. Get more details, or contact the Clerk of the Court, Michele McQuigg at firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.|