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Historic Jamestown lecture announcement: How good are you at keeping secrets?

Lecture by David Givens, Jamestown Rediscovery’s Director of Archaeology David will highlight the Rediscovery team’s latest work –the excavations in the 1617 church where Virginia’s first General Assembly met in 1619 and their efforts to interpret that space for our Nation’s 400th anniversary. Further David will give an update on his most current projects: Angela: …

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Winter 2021 TVHS observer

THE PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEThink Fireside warmth and cocoa.Welcome to the Tidewater Virginia Historical Society (TVHS) Winter Newsletterfor 2021. The Board sends a “Thank You” for your incredible support, ourmembers are important to us. TVHS will continue to utilize Zoom for our Program lectures through May due to Covid concerns. Watch for more information as decisions (continue …

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tvhs newsletter — Autumn 2020

TVHS Observer Volume I Number II MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of the Tidewater Virginia Historical Society is to preserve and promote the heritageof Tidewater Virginia by serving as an advocate for historic knowledge, archeology preservationand our geographic and cultural heritage. The President’s MessageWe gaze out our window as the bright Autumn leaves slowly glide to the …

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A Message For Our Members

As TVHS began 2020, our programs and tours were planned by Sharon Short, Program Chair. It wasn’t long before our country and the world were caught up in the pandemic virus. Our April lecture on the Underground Railroad with the speaker, Shelia Arnold was moved to the Fall. You will learn more as we move …

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