"To feel the pulse of earth where man has trod, and for the future, keep the past."
Please join us:
Patrick O'Neil presents "Virginia's Presidential Homes"
Great Falls Historical Society Event
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Great Falls Library
Patrick O'Neill is a 35-year veteran archaeologist and historian, with a BA in Anthropology and a MA in History. His many projects have included the enslaved quarters at Arlington House, the original foundation of the Virginia State Capitol, the overseer's house at George Washington's Union Farm, and Fort Union Fur Trading Post in North Dakota. He is past President
of the Archaeological Society of Virginia, excavated at the Ball Sellers House in Arlington County, and recently helped led the successful campaign to save the Robert Ball Sr. Cemetery in Ballston. He is also the author of several family history books, as well as Mount Vernon, Virginia's Presidential Homes, and the War of 1812 on the Potomac.
If you missed the October 8th presentation by Carole Herrick you can watch the video here: