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Seventh Annual Prince William/Manassas History Symposium
March 26 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm$10
Courage and Perseverance are no strangers to Prince William County during its long history. Whether it was courage shown by soldiers in battle, perseverance in the political arena during the founding of America, to the courage shown by the first four African American teachers to integrate schools in the county. There has been no shortage of courageous deeds in our county. Come learn about these stories and more at the Seventh Annual Prince William/Manassas History Symposium
Birth of a Legend: Stonewall Jackson at Manassas
The Jersey Brigade at the Battle of Bull Run Bridge
The “Courageous Four” Integration in Prince William County Schools
USCT Troops in Prince William County during the American Civil War
Thomas Blackburn of Rippon Lodge
$10 for all day symposium (8:30-4:00) Spaces are limited, reservations required. All attendees are required to wear a mask during the event.
Release of the Fourth issue of the Journal of Prince William History, which will be on sale for the special one-day price of $5.
Symposium will take place inside the Old Manassas Courthouse Building, 9248 Lee Avenue, Manassas, VA 20110
Co-sponsored by the Manassas Museum, Prince William County Historic Commission, and Historic Prince William.
For more information contact 703-792-4754 or register at https://www.pwcva.gov/department/historic-preservation/events
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