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May 2014 Enews

Stafford, Va Tourism May News

Friends and families gather on the deck of the Massad Family YMCA water park in Stafford County to celebrate July 4th.

Friends and families gather on the deck of the Massad Family YMCA water park in Stafford County to celebrate July

What does archeology tell us about Stafford, Va's Mary Washington? .

What does archeology tell us about Stafford, Va's Mary Washington?

Concord  “Concord,” standing by at least 1730, may be Stafford’s oldest standing dwelling. Shown here prior to preservation, it is being lovingly rehabilitated by Rick and Jerrilynn MacGregor. The MacGregor family purchased the home in the 1850s and lived there through the Civil War.

Concord “Concord,” standing by at least 1730, may be Stafford’s oldest standing dwelling. Shown here prior to preservation, it is being lovingly rehabilitated by Rick and Jerrilynn MacGregor. The MacGregor family purchased the home in the 1850s and lived there through the Civil War.

Ferry Farm breaks ground on 'interpretive replica' An architect’s rendering shows the front, or Rappahannock River side, of the Washington family house in southern Stafford County, as experts deduced from available evidence.

The moment that many people have dreamed of for nearly a century finally arrived Saturday at George Washington’s Ferry Farm.

Fredericksburg National Cemetery annual Memorial Day luminaria for the more than 15,000 Union soldiers buried within.

Fredericksburg National Cemetery annual Memorial Day luminaria for the more than Union soldiers buried within.

Balloons’ war roles recalled.  Re-enactor Kevin Knapp portrays Thaddeus Lowe during the dedication of a historical marker that recognizes the Union Balloon Corps.

Re-enactor Kevin Knapp portrays Thaddeus Lowe during the dedication of a historical marker that recognizes the Union Balloon Corps.

Stafford church to celebrate 150 years

A study meant to give a voice to those who were silenced calls on Stafford County leaders to dig even deeper into the stories of the people who were enslaved in the county.

Slavery-related structures in Stafford include the Sanford–Burgess cabin, Sherwood Forest duplex and Kendall’s Mill.

Historic Stafford building closer to being restored.  The Counting House dates back to  the 1840s.

Historic Stafford building closer to being restored. The Counting House dates back to the

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