It takes a community to preserve its history.

Together we can make our past our future.

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Researching the Stories of Historic Fredericksburg

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Recognizing Fredericksburg's Architectural Legacies

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Supporting our Historic Downtown Commercial Corridor

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Preserving the Layers of Fredericksburg's History

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Bringing Fredericksburg's History to Life

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Connecting Fredericksburg's Past to the Future

Preserving, protecting, and revitalizing the character of Historic Fredericksburg

Latest News

This Sunday, May 22 is the Lewis Store Spring Clean-up!

Grab your buckets, rakes, and scrub brushes- it’s time to show the Lewis Store some love! We will meet at the Lewis Store at 9:00 am to get to work. If you can let us know you’re coming we would certainly appreciate it (office@HFFI.org) but feel free to just show up Sunday as well! Snack donations also accepted in lieu of elbow grease. :)

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Monthly Fredericksburg City Architectural Review Board (ARB) Meeting

Second Monday of each month, 7:30 pm, City Council Chambers

Country club, HFFI team up to preserve Civil War tract on Rappahannock River, Tidewater Trail

Easement will protect Civil War battlesite along the Rappahannock River

The Free Lance-Star

Club’s deal with HFFI saves a historic gem

Friday, March 18, 2016 Editorial

The Free Lance-Star

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