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History Calendar for week of Nov. 11, 2012
History Calendar for week of Nov. 11, 2012

 Hope House, which shelters, trains, supports homeless mothers and their children, hosts annual Trees of Hope at the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center.
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Date published: 11/13/2012

Please enter information at events.fredericksburg.com. Select "History" category. You may also email
Email: tandc@freelancestar.com (subject: History Calendar), or fax 540/373-8455. Deadline: noon Thursday preceding Tuesday publication. 540/374-5461.

"After the Guns: The Aftermath of Fredericksburg." 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13. John Hennessy, chief historian, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, explores days after Battle of Fredericksburg--ordeal of wounded, community recovery--in Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center's "Evening With an Expert." Second lecture in "Battle Town: Fredericksburg and the Civil War" series. Mansard Gallery, 1001 Princess Anne St. Members-only reception follows. Free, public invited. Tramia Jackson,
Email: tjackson@famcc.org or 540/371-3037, ext. 140; famcc .org.

"Finding your Lost Female Ancestors." 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14. Ray Maki will present "Searching for Maiden Names." Ray has been doing his own genealogy research for over 15 years and has helped many others begin their search. He will demonstrate, using his personal experience, over eight different sources for discovering maiden names. Finding maiden names is one of the most difficult aspects of genealogy, so come and learn some techniques for finding those elusive females in your tree. The Fredericksburg Regional Genealogical Society meets at the Salem Church Branch of Central Rappahannock Regional Library, 2607 Salem Church Road, Spotsylvania. Free. 540/371-3906.


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