in Potomac, MD
in Alexandria, VA
in Chesapeake, VA
in Greenbelt, MD
in Washington, DC
in Tyro, VA
7 Meetup Groups match “Historic Preservation” near Alexandria, VA
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Fans and friends of historic buildings in DC come together to enjoy get-togethers, tours and events that celebrate the historic and built history of our nation's capital!
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We study all aspects of the Civil War – military, political, and sociological - and its impact on our nation. Through bringing in top historians and students of the Civil War as our speakers and by making visits to battlefields and historic sites--both in and outside the DC Metro region, we add to our knowledge and understanding of this conflict. We are also committed to preserving our Civil War historic sites and battlefields by taking an active role in ensuring these landmarks are available fo …
This is group for anyone interested in tracing their ancestors, unlocking secrets of generations gone by, sharing their own Ancestry Stories, research styles and advice, finding free resources, and those that just enjoy history. Your family tree can be from anywhere, any religion, any culture; there is always something we can learn that may aid in our own research or simply open our minds to other historical cultures and perspectives. Looking forward to meeting other historical researchers!
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Come join us as we explore historic sites with a spirited past. We will be learning and investigating the spine tingling paranormal phenomenon and the intriguing history of sites through-out VA and the USA. Our society hopes to bring light to historic sites with a spirited past. Please take a moment and go to our website : www.spiritedhistory.com. Spirited History is a weekly radio show on several networks, one of which is the para-x.com. Be sure to read our ABOUT US page for answers to our …
Vintage base ball is a reenactment of base ball the way it was played in the 19th century. The most familiar style played in the Mid-Atlantic region is 1860s (Civil-War era) base ball. The game back then was largely similar to the way it is played now—90-foot bases, 9 players in the field, 3 outs per inning, etc. There are, however, several differences that make the game fun and distinct: (1) players don’t use gloves; (2) the ball is just a tad larger than a modern day baseball and a tad softer; …
Welcome to the Meetup group for the activities of the C&O Canal Association. We sponsor hikes, canoe trips and bike rides along the 184-mile-long towpath between Georgetown and Cumberland. Our events are open to the public. C&O Canal Association is an all-volunteer citizens organization established in 1954 to help conserve of the natural and historical environment of the C&O Canal and the Potomac River Basin. The association works with the National Park Service in its efforts to preserve and p …
NVCT, founded in 1994, is an award winning charity that saves nearby nature by helping local governments and private landowners voluntarily preserve natural areas, trails, streams and parks. NVCT is a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization preserving natural and historic resources. Contributions are tax deductible. Presently, we have preserved over 5,370 acres of natural areas and open space in Northern Virginia. NVCT also hosts Explore + Restore, a series of local outdoor educational and …
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