Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society
P.O. Box 546
Farmville, VA 23901

Small Community Schools & Their History

Hixburg, Pamplin, Prospect, Darlington Heights

by Edwina Covington

August 18, 2015
6:00 p.m.
Farmville Train Station

Guests Always Welcomed

Board Meets at 6:00 p.m.   

Postcards of Farmville

by Jimmy Hurt

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
7:00 p.m.
Farmville Train Station

Guests Always Welcomed

Board Meets at 6:00 p.m.   
Farmville Train Station Kits
17" x 6", 3 dimensional (assembly required)

Farmville Train Station Kit

The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society gladly accepts donations of historical artifacts, both from this locality and items of other importance.  See Billy Poulston, historian, or any officer or member of the Board of Directors to donate.
Society Archives
Monthly News Letters
Senator Blanche Kelso Bruce
Farmville Train Station History
Farmville Train Station History
23rd Virginia, Company I
Jamestown on the Appomattox River
Early Education in Prince Edward County
Fuqua School in Elam
Bass School near Green Bay
Bloomfield School near Darlington Heights
Meherrin School, 1903
Prospect--Western Prince Edward County
Prospect and the Closing Hours of the Civil War
Pictures of Prospect
Prospect from The Herald
Bradshaw's Account of Prospect History
Prince ED-Words  notes on history of Prince Edward in conjunction with its 250th Anniversary
Flags Over Prince Edward -- prize winning float entry in the 250th Anniversary Parade
Prince Edward County 250th Anniversary Commemorative Quilt -- Cardinal Quilt Guild 
Haunting Tales Abound in Farmville from The Herald
A Celebration of 190 Years of Methodism: Olive Branch United Methodist Church
Morris Family Oral Tradition
Israel Hill Marker Unveiling


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