2014 Lectures


February 9, 2014:  “1864: Loudoun’s Year of Total War,” by Richard Gillespie, Mosby Heritage Area Association.

March 9, 2014: “The Story of Taylorstown,” by David Whitmer, Taylorstown History Club.

April 13, 2014:  “Conrad Weiser: Three Journeys of a Palatine Immigrant ” by John Conrad Weiser of Frederick, Md.

May 11, 2014: – “Monocacy: The Battle That Saved Washington,” by Tracy Evans, Park Ranger and Curator at Monocacy National Battlefield Visitor Center, Frederick.

June 8, 2014: “New Light on the Independent Loudoun Rangers,” by Lee Stone and Edward Spannaus.

June 13, 2014:  Lovettsville Elementary School:  Lovettsville Historical Society award presented to student Eric Rohs.

July 14, 2014:   LHS Annual Meeting.

August 10, 2014:  “’Mark the Lines of Your Weary Marches’: The Travels and Travails of a Civil War Battery Company”  by Keith Foote, Cooper’s Battery B (1st Pa. Light Artillery) Capstone Monument Replacement Project.

September 14, 2014“Bee-Keeping in Loudoun County,” by local bee-keeper Jeffrey Pfoutz.

October 10, 2014:  “A Musical Vignette of Lincoln in 1865,” by musician and historian Doug Jimerson.

November 8, 2014:  Viewing of Civil War autograph book.  An autograph book from the Civil War era, created by Kate Souder of Loudoun County, was donated on behalf of the Lovettsville Museum, and was opened at the Museum, by her great-grandson, William A. George, Jr.

November 9, 2014:  “13,000 Years Beneath Our Feet: The Unknown Heritage of Loudoun’s Prehistoric Native Americans,” by archeologist David Clark.