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Zooming In On Local History With LVHS

April 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Announcing the LVHS Virtual Speaker Series II for March-July 2021

7 More “Zooming in on Local History” Programs!

Thursdays at 3:00 PM. Every 3 weeks starting March 11.

$5 per program for general public
Free for LVHS Members
(join or renew for annual dues of $35/individual or $60/couple)

Register for upcoming talks or past program recordings at www.mkt.com/maryball

Schedule of Topics and Speakers

March 11: The Establishment of Presbyterianism in Early Lancaster and the Role of Col. James Gordon of Verville in Local Religion. By Mr. Ammon G. Dunton, Jr.

April 1: Belle Isle, the Bertrand Family, and the Huguenot-Anglican Refuge in Early Virginia. By Dr. Lonnie H. Lee.

April 22: Courthouses and Court Day in Colonial Virginia. By Dr. Carl Lounsbury.

May 13: Black Voices—Memories of Men at Work in the lower Northern Neck in the mid-1900s. By LVHS researchers featuring audio clips from the Closing the Gap African American Oral History Collection.

June 3: Towles Family Tales and Growing up in Rural Lancaster County in the 1950s-60s. By William H. Towles, Jr.

June 24: Old House Adventures at Enon Hall—History and Restoration at the Hathaway Ancestral Home established in 1762. By Mr. and Mrs. William Hathaway Chapman (Bill and Gay).

July 15: The James Wharton Films—An Enduring Record of Northern Neck Life in the 1920s-30s. By Ms. Joni Carter.

These programs are supported by funding from
The Nettie Lokey Wiley & Charles L. Wiley Foundation
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund
and Members like you
Thank You!

Organizer

Lancaster Virginia Historical Society

(804) 462-7280
history@LancasterVaHistory.org

Zooming In On Local History With LVHS

April 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

ONLINE

Announcing the LVHS Virtual Speaker Series II for March-July 2021

7 More “Zooming in on Local History” Programs!

Thursdays at 3:00 PM. Every 3 weeks starting March 11.

$5 per program for general public
Free for LVHS Members
(join or renew for annual dues of $35/individual or $60/couple)

Register for upcoming talks or past program recordings at www.mkt.com/maryball

Schedule of Topics and Speakers

March 11: The Establishment of Presbyterianism in Early Lancaster and the Role of Col. James Gordon of Verville in Local Religion. By Mr. Ammon G. Dunton, Jr.

April 1: Belle Isle, the Bertrand Family, and the Huguenot-Anglican Refuge in Early Virginia. By Dr. Lonnie H. Lee.

April 22: Courthouses and Court Day in Colonial Virginia. By Dr. Carl Lounsbury.

May 13: Black Voices—Memories of Men at Work in the lower Northern Neck in the mid-1900s. By LVHS researchers featuring audio clips from the Closing the Gap African American Oral History Collection.

June 3: Towles Family Tales and Growing up in Rural Lancaster County in the 1950s-60s. By William H. Towles, Jr.

June 24: Old House Adventures at Enon Hall—History and Restoration at the Hathaway Ancestral Home established in 1762. By Mr. and Mrs. William Hathaway Chapman (Bill and Gay).

July 15: The James Wharton Films—An Enduring Record of Northern Neck Life in the 1920s-30s. By Ms. Joni Carter.

These programs are supported by funding from
The Nettie Lokey Wiley & Charles L. Wiley Foundation
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund
and Members like you
Thank You!

Organizer

Lancaster Virginia Historical Society

(804) 462-7280
history@LancasterVaHistory.org

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