Stafford County Historical Society
Bookstore & Gift Shop
These items are available to the purchaser for personal use or as a special gift to someone interested in history or in the county itself. Proceeds are to support development and operation of a museum.
Albert Z. Conner Jr., A History of Our Own: Stafford County, Virginia, (Virginia Beach, VA: The Donning Company Publishers, 2003) (hard cover; 280 pp)
Jane Hollenbeck Conner, Lincoln in Stafford, (Stafford, VA: Parker Publishing, LLC, 2006) (soft cover; 89 pp)
Jane Hollenbeck Conner, Sinners, Saints and Soldiers in the Civil War (soft cover; 115 pp)
Jane Hollenbeck Conner, Birthstone of the White House and Capitol (soft cover, 224 pp)
Stafford County Historical Society, More Than A Cookbook, A Flavorful Heritage, (soft cover; 448 pp)
All proceeds from these books go to the Society's Stafford Museum Fund.
These ornaments are created annually and represent Stafford's historically significant people, places and events. They are ~ 2.5 inch ovals and made of 24K gold-layered brass by artisans in Williamsburg, Virginia. The entire collection includes the Stafford County Courthouse; Ferry Farm, George Washington's Boyhood Home; Falmouth 275th Anniversary; Chatham; Government Island, the Godspeed visit in 2006, Pocahontas, Captain John Smith, Abraham Lincoln visits Stafford, and George Mason (2010 issue). (Click to see images.)
(All ornaments are $13.00 each)
This is a copy of the 1864 Gilmer-Campbell Map of Stafford County, used by the Confederacy.
Note cards(box of 12 for $2.50)
Throws are available in Hunter Green or Cranberry Red showing 10 historic sites ($40.00 for size 76”x52”)
To purchase directly from the Society, please contact
Jane Conner at (540) 286-1118.
All proceeds from sales are to be used for a Stafford Museum and Cultural Center.
Keepers of the Knowledge
Membership in the SCHS
All members enjoy membership for the period covered by the dues paid by receiving notification of all events, quarterly newsletters, opportunities to work with and learn about areas of special interest to them and to enjoy ....
Voices of Stafford
The Stafford County Historical Society maintains a program of producing compact discs of oral interviews with native citizens. These are available for check out at local libraries. Each interview runs about one hour and features senior citizens who are .....
During the Prehistoric-era, comprising 4.5 billion years, the area comprising modern Stafford changed substantially. At one point the area roughly east of today's I-95 highway was covered by ocean water. ...
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