2022-2023 Edition, Bulletin of Loudoun County History.

The Bulletin is considering a number of articles for inclusion in the fall edition or perhaps future editions. Titles may change.

  1. An examination of the impact of the 1902 Virginia Constitution. This Constitution severely restricted suffrage among blacks and whites and was proclaimed without submitting it to the people.
  2. An exploration of desecrated Black graves at Harmony Church in Hamilton.
  3. From British criminal and exile to Revolutionary War Hero and Loudoun Constable, the story of Christopher Perfect.
  4. Trustee of the Town of Leesburg, the story of Patrick Cavan.
  5. A study of the Ankers Memorial Garden, site of the NVCC Loudoun Campus. Includes information on Civil War skirmishes.
  6. A study of the Difggs’ Valley Farm Ruins in Loudoun County.

Photo of an Optimeter found in a forgotten chest in a former schoolhouse in Loudoun. These were used to deduce someone’s vision. Property of Larry Roeder. Photo by Neil Steinberg, Photoworks of Leesburg.