Lincoln Preservation Foundation

Lincoln Preservation Foundation The LPF is a non-profit corporation founded in 1999 by residents concerned about the future of the Goose Creek Historic District.


Historic Pleasant Grove's
Annual Black History Concert
Saturday, March 10th, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
8641 Lewinsville Road, McLean, VA

Join us for the Friends of Pleasant Grove's free annual Black History Celebration. This year, we are delighted to bring you the highly-acclaimed...
Washington Revels Jubilee Voices
The ensemble is committed to the preservation of African-Americanhistory and traditions, presenting songs and stories of struggle and perseverance, trials and triumphs, as expressed through a cappella music, drama and dance.

Concert Details:
• Saturday, March 10th, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
• 8641 Lewinsville Road, McLean, VA
• Light refreshments will be served
• Ample, free parking

Learn more about Historic Pleasant Grove at


On Thursday, January 25th, 2018, Lincoln Preservation Foundation member Louis Jett honored minority community leaders at the Cascades Library in Sterling, VA. Honorees were recognized for their contributions to Loudoun County's African American historical legacy. Read more:


The Freedom Walk to the Belmont Cemetery today has been postponed until Nov 12 due to weather.


Thank you for coming to Lincoln for the Historic Home Tour sponsored by the Loudoun Preservation Society. It was a beautiful day! Special thanks to the volunteers from the Loudoun Valley High School history club for serving as docents. Thank you Olivia, Alex, Fiona, and Sam. 💕

Saving Grace Church

The Lincoln Preservation Foundation is committed to preserving the African American story in Loudoun County, VA. Watch our video and learn about our current project. Then visit our website to learn more!

Story of an African American Church built in the 1880s in Lincoln Virginia and the support needed to restore it.


Did you know that western Loudoun has a connection with the Underground Railroad?
The Underground Railroad is a name given to the effort slaves made to escape to freedom, tracing their paths, and the help they sometimes received from sympathetic citizens. Did you know that elements of the Underground Railroad run through the Quaker village of Lincoln, in western Loudoun County?

Check this out on our website and download the "Did You Know?"
flyer, "Quakers of Lincoln and the Underground Railroad".


PO Box 151
Lincoln, VA


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