"Everything is New Here" Prince William-Manassas History Symposium

25mar(mar 25)8:30 AM26(mar 26)6:00 PM"Everything is New Here" Prince William-Manassas History Symposium8:30 AM - 6:00 PM (26)

Event Details

$10 for all day symposium (8:30a.m. – 6p.m.) on March 25, $50 for historic homes tour on March 26. Spaces are limited, reservations required.

Our community has a long and rich history. Founded in 1731, Prince William County is one of the oldest counties in Northern Virginia. Join several local historic organizations as we celebrate this history at our First Annual Prince William-Manassas History Symposium. The $10 fee for the Symposium includes:

Dr. John Maass – George Washington and Prince William County

Robert O’Neill – JEB Stuart’s Christmas Raid, December 1862                                                       Lisa Sievel-Otten – The Great Fire of Manassas and Recovery

Thomas E. Williams – The U.S. Marines in the Great War (WWI)

Norma Fields – The Courageous Four: Desegregation of Prince William County Schools

Manassas Museum Reception with the Curator (includes hors d’oeuvres and cash bar)


On March 26, take a rare chance to visit four privately owned historic homes in Prince William County. The $50 fee includes transportation and lunch. Spaces are limited.


Co-sponsored by the Manassas Museum, Prince William County Historic Commission and Historic Prince William. Reservations required, for more information contact 703-792-4754 or historicpreservation@pwcgov.org.


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