Image courtesy of Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.


Discussing and debating history, as we do at our meetings, is important. Yet perhaps even more important is the effort to save remnants of our past. Without the places, the people and events are less tangible to us. To stand where brave men stood in battle, to walk in the footsteps of those who came before us, not only brings history to life but gives us a very real connection to the past.

Many Revolutionary War sites are already irreparably lost. Within the next ten years, we will likely save, or lose, whatever is left that could be preserved.

The American Revolution Round Table of Richmond’s Preservation Committee will  update this site as new developments happen. This is a resource which both our members and guests can use to find out the latest news and to learn how to help Revolutionary War sites. Be involved--  help save our history!

Note: The American Revolution Round Table of Richmond supports the efforts of any group whose mission it is to preserve and interpret Revolutionary War history. Inclusion on our website is based on research and networking from our members. We strive to report information accurately and objectively; however, reports may be out of date due to ongoing developments. We encourage readers to verify information and investigate for themselves.