Videos

FEATURED VIDEO: “On This Ground,” A History of Lovettsville, The German Settlement (2006)

The Story of Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church of Lovettsville, Virginia (2017)

Prelude to Revolution – The French-Indian War on the Maryland and Virginia Frontier (2016)

The Forgotten Story of Petersville, Maryland (2016)

1866: Change, Resistance, and Uncertainty in the Northern Virginia Piedmont (2016)

Hope On the Hill: The Story of Harpers Ferry’s Storer College (2017)

The Washington Family Homes of Jefferson County, West Virginia (2018)

Down the Old Potomac On the C&O Canal; A Thomas Edison Film (1917)

Remembering John Hanson, First President of the United States (2017)

Loudoun Scrapbook: The Lovettsville Episodes (circa 1990)

Bill George Rediscovers Kate Souder Rodeffer’s Autograph Album (2014)

The 1940 Lovettsville Plane Crash, by John P. Flannery (2016)

Living Legend of Lovettsville, Farmer “Jimmy” Spring (2016)

“Jimmy Spring, Living Legend of Lovettsville” (2016)

“Mapping the Short Hill With Eugene Scheel,” Lovettsville Historical Society Lecture Series (2017)

 


 

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