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''The Most Historic
Town in America''
Boyhood home of George Washington and site of crucial Civil war battles, the Fredericksburg Virginia area boasts a storied past and a delightful old town center. The Historic Fredericksburg Foundation is devoted to preserving and revitalizing our historic environment through member events, research, grants, education, easements, building markers, and advocacy.

 

Membership

Your Membership is the most valuable asset to Historic Fredericksburg Foundation.

News
- HFFI Current Newsletter
- Lewis Store listed on the National Register!
- HFFI receives $5000 grant from Duff McDuff Green, Jr. Fund of the Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region Current Newsletter
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Sponsors
Please use this button to make a donation to the Foundation. Please specify if it is a restricted donation or a general donation. Any and all donation amounts are accepted and appreciated. Thank you.
 

About Us
The Historic Fredericksburg Foundation celebrated its 50th anniversary by moving its headquarters into the historic 1749 Lewis Store, built by George Washington's brother-in-law. Read about our history, contacts, and management.
Projects & Properties
- Research
- Marker Program
- Oral History
- Fielding Lewis Store
- Volunteer Program

Shop HFFI
Books, fine art prints, Christmas ornaments and more to celebrate historic Fredericksburg, to remember your visit, or to please your favorite history buff.
 

Events & Tours
- 2014 Events List
- Fredericksburg: The Official Guide book launch
- College Heights Tour
- 44th Annual Candlelight Tour
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Be a Brick . . . Buy a Brick!
Be a part of Fredericksburg history at the Fielding Lewis Store by purchasing a brick!
Links
Click here for a list of world-wide websites on history and Fredericksburg.
 
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