aaha volunteer cast
A dedicated group of actors and actresses works to put on a musical play every year, a fundraiser for AAHA. Rev. Lemuel Montgomery of Mount Moriah Baptist Church organizes the effort.
church of Jesus christ latter day saints
A Christ-centered faith that promotes traditional family values. The congregation has men's, women's and youth organizations.
Call (540) 347-1062
The Clifton Institute’s mission is to inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, to learn about the ecology of the northern Virginia Piedmont, and to conserve native biodiversity.
Cold War museum
The Cold War Museum is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to education, preservation, and research on the global, ideological, and political confrontations between East and West from the end of World War II to the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The FCDC engages Fauquier County communities before and during elections to share democratic policies with our neighbors.
Dr. Martin luther king jr. choir
Organized by Rev. Rev. Lemuel Montgomery of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, the choir performs each year at three separate celebrations of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fauquier county GIS dept.
Fauquier County’s GIS Department provides support and assistance to county agencies and the public by supplying accurate, computer generated mapping and accompanying database information, to aid in the study of geographic related matters, and to provide access and service to citizens.
An organization of individuals and families who have come together to create a Jewish community in Fauquier and surrounding counties.
An organization that brings together historical organizations in Fauquier County to share resources and learn about one another.
Fauquier county Library
Fauquier County Public Library's Warrenton Library is situated in the heart of Old Town Warrenton, steps from Main Street and many historical attractions. The library's administrative office and its Virginiana collection are located in the Warrenton Library. The library also has branches in Bealeton and Marshall.
fauquier County parks and Recreation Department
Dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life for all people in Fauquier County. Working in a partnership with the people, the department provides leadership to assure that citizens receive high-quality recreational facilities and services, and to assure the preservation of local history.
fauquier county school board
Fauquier County’s school board sets the vision and goals for the school district, and holds the district accountable for results.
Organized to research, document, preserve and maintain family cemeteries located outside church or other public control in Fauquier County. The Foundation will also maintain and solicit funds for use in perpetually maintaining family cemeteries in Fauquier County.
fauquier heritage and preservation Foundation
A non-profit organization located in Marshall, Virginia. Comprised entirely of volunteers, FHPF is dedicated to preserving the history of Fauquier County and sharing the organization's resources through both of its facilities, the John Kenneth Gott Library and the Robert L. Sinclair Education Center. Its historical and genealogical archives are a valuable resource for researchers and for anyone interested in tracing their roots.is a description of a partner organization.
fauquier historical society
We aim to stimulate interest in Fauquier County and Virginia history by preserving the evidence of our past, connecting it to our present and educating the community about its importance to our future.
Fisk University is a historically black university and is the oldest institution of higher learning in Nashville, Tennessee.
Gunston Hall is an 18th-century Georgian mansion near the Potomac River in Mason Neck, Virginia. The house was the home of the George Mason. It was located at the center of a 5,500 acre plantation.
Immigrants to Liberia
American Colonization Society records of blacks who relocated from the U.S. to Liberia have been abstracted and made available by Drs. Marie Tyler McGraw and Debra Lee.
Jewish-american society of historic preservation
A non-profit, volunteer organization, the purpose of the society is to identify and recognize sites of American Jewish Historical interest. The Society sponsors and promotes programs of local and national historic interest, cooperating with local historical societies, communities, churches and synagogues.
National Heritage Area
The Journey is a unique historic, natural and scenic region, with farms and orchards; woodlands and forests; rivers and streams; rolling hills and mountain views; and unspoiled landscapes that can be explored by car, bike, canoe, foot or on horseback. The region is alive with vibrant historic downtowns, rich agriculture and an abundant bounty of wineries, inns and unique cultural events.
Lord Fairfax community college
A comprehensive, multi-campus public institution of higher education. Through its locations: Middletown and Fauquier campuses, the Luray-Page County Center, and Vint Hill, the college serves eight localities in the Shenandoah Valley and Piedmont regions — Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick, Page, Rappahannock, Shenandoah and Warren counties and the City of Winchester.
history research Group
This group meets every third Tuesday at the Josephine School Community Museum and Clarke County African-American Cultural Center.
Thomas Jeffereson’s family home, Monticello encompassed a house, an ornamental landscape, a farm, a plantation, a small mountain, and a large and diverse community. Monticello is maintained by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation.
Historic home of James and Dolly Madison.
MHAA’s mission is to educate and advocate for the preservation of the historic landscape and culture of the Mosby Heritage Area for future generations. The area includes all or parts of five counties in the northern Virginia Piedmont and lower Shenandoah Valley: Loudoun, Fauquier, Clarke, Prince William, and Warren counties.
George Washington’s home is owned and maintained by the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association, the oldest national historic preservation organization in the United States.
Mt. Zion baptist church
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church is located at 33 South Third Street,
Warrenton. Every year it sponsors a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in honor of Dr. King’s birthday.
National Park Service
Network to Freedom
The National Park Service is implementing a national Underground Railroad program to coordinate preservation and education efforts nationwide and integrate local historical places, museums, and interpretive programs associated with the Underground Railroad into a mosaic of community, regional and national stories.
The Ohrstrom Foundation was founded in 1955 by financier G.L. Ohrstrom, best known in the Washington area as a fox hunter, sportsman and philanthropist. Mr. Ohrstrom was a president of the Orange County Hunt and founder of the Bath County Hounds. He was also a founder of the Piedmont Environmental Council and was an early supporter of the use of conservation easements to preserve open space.
A philanthropic charitable foundation serving Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper counties. PATH’s mission is to strengthen the health and vitality of our community.
remembering slavery resistance and freedom project organization
Established to engage the community of African descendants throughout Virginia to develop memorial programs for the Civil War Sesquicentennial that honor the rich and complex lives, histories, contributions, innovations, and sacrifices of enslaved Africans and African Americans. One of the primary ways that the project is memorializing the contributions of individuals of African descent in Virginia, is by identifying the cemeteries of the people who were enslaved.
sky meadows state park
This park engages visitors and help connect them with farming practices that formed its unique pastoral landscape. The 1,860-acre park has scenic views, woodlands and the rolling pastures of a historic farm that captures the colonial through post-Civil War life of the Crooked Run Valley. Nature and history programs are offered year-round.
Piedmont republican women
Affiliated with the Virginia Federation of Republican Women (VFRW) and the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW). Piedmont RWC is open to all Republican women in the Virginia Piedmont area.
thomas Balch library and black history committee
The Thomas Balch Library is a history and genealogy library located in Leesburg, Virginia. The library, owned and operated by the town of Leesburg, serves as a designated Underground Railroad research site and has an active research program.
Town of Warrenton
The Town of Warrenton is located in the north central Piedmont region of Virginia, approximately 45 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. The town encompasses 4.5 square miles and is the county seat for Fauquier County. Old Town Warrenton streets are lined with historic houses and brick sidewalks. It hosts many historic locations and organizations.
Virginia Africana of Richmond is a network of museum and preservation professionals, local historians and those interested in African American history.
Warrenton Antiquarian Society
Founded in 1949, the Warrenton Antiquarian Society aims to promote historic education and preservation, and to preserve and conserve Weston, a 19th- and 20th-century home located in Casanova, Virginia.