O Tidewater Virginia Historical Society will host William A. Fox How much do you know about the history of the James River? William A. Fox, author, will present intriguing facts on the James, share historic photos from his extensive collection, and describe unique places to visit along the James River. Date: October 13, 2019 Time: 2:00pm Where: Williamsburg Regional … Read More
Influence of the Traditional Anglican Churches in the 17th Century Join us for a lecture by Carl Lounsbury (retired) Senior Architectural Historian, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for 35 years Historic Jamestowne 1368 Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, Virginia Historic Jamestown Visitor’s Center (Ask for the Conference Room or Classroom at the Visitor’s Center) SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 From 10 am to 12 noon Learn … Read More
Influence of the Traditional Anglican Churches in the 17th Century Join us for a lecture by Carl Lounsbury (retired) Senior Architectural Historian, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for 35 years Historic Jamestown, 1368 Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, Virginia Historic Jamestown Visitor’s Center (Classroom) SEPTEMBER 5, 2019 From 10 am to 12 noon Learn about the history of the churches of Jamestown built on … Read More
And Very Special Thanks to everyone that helped make our luncheon at the Hornsby House very memorable.
We had an excellent presentation from Christopher McDaid and Carl Lounsbury on 05-May. Our next event is to tour the historic locations discussed.
There is a firm cut-off date and time for the Bus Tour because of pre-access security approval to Fort Eustis and requirements of the caterer. If you want to be part of this tour, you will need to be on the Bus and you will need to send the following information to Sharon Short <firstname.lastname@example.org> No Later Than 12 noon Friday, … Read More
A RARE JOURNEY THROUGH HISTORY: Matthew Jones House at Mulberry Island – Fort Eustis Custom House, Yorktown Hornsby House Inn, Yorktown MAY 5, 2019 Free LECTURE (Open to the Public): Time/Location: At 2pm Williamsburg Library Theater (515 Scotland Street) Christopher McDaid, extensive archaeology career with field work in Arizona, Bermuda, North Carolina, and Virginia. He has been the regional … Read More
A message from our friends at New Quarter Park ……….. Written by Sara Lewis, Park Interpreter New Quarter Park Our Partnership (Still) Makes History Happen at New Quarter Park . . . And You Can Help Twelve years ago, archaeology was a two-hour, once-every-year-or-so interpretive program at New Quarter Park. Today, the public archaeology program is a much-anticipated hands-on program … Read More