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There are several ways to help The Heritage Center fulfill its mission to preserve the priceless historical documents and photographs in our region. Annual memberships, financial donations, sponsorships, and volunteer hours help us to continue our important work.
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The Heritage Center is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization that relies on donations to support its important work to preserve the Fredericksburg region's history. Donations to The Heritage Center help pay for preservation materials, operational costs related to the maintenance of the library and facility, and other related expenses.
Members enjoy The Heritage Center's monthly newsletter and free admission to seminars and special events. Memberships support our archival and preservation products.
Financial donations help support the services and operations and continued growth of our archive facility. Contributions are tax deductible.
Sponsorships provide funding to ensure secure, archival-quality preservation of the region's historical documents and photographs.
The Heritage Center is staffed by volunteers. We count on dedicated members of the community to help identify, sort, file and archive our region's valuable historic resources. SIGN UP TODAY!
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The Heritage Center’s newsletter is sent out monthly by email and bimonthly by standard mail.
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BOOKS FOR SALE at THE HERITAGE CENTER
The Circle Unbroken:
Civil War Letters of the Knox Family of Fredericksburg
On the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, this collection of more than 100 letters presents the most complete exchange of letters among the members of a single family--the Knoxes of Fredericksburg, Virginia--between 1861 and 1865. -- Amazon
Daisy Turner's Kin
An African American Family Saga
A daughter of freed African American slaves, Daisy Turner became a living repository of history. The family narrative entrusted to her--"a well-polished artifact, an heirloom that had been carefully preserved"--began among the Yoruba in West Africa and continued with her own century and more of life.