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Projects

Featured Projects

In fulfillment of their mission the Associates will communicate information via this web site and through an email newsletter, social media, and literature. We will also organize and publicize events, including conferences and pilgrimages. All of these will aim to foster awareness and deeper study of the place of Orthodox thought and life in early modern American and European history as personified in the story of Colonel Philip Ludwell III.

To fulfill this mission of research, preservation, and communication will require financial support. To help facilitate this a 501c3 application to the Internal Revenue Service is pending so that all donors may receive a tax deduction on any sums given to the fullest extent allowed by U.S. law.

In particular we will require funding for selected focused projects that will require support over and above that which is needed for our day-to-day operations. Our Board of Directors has made an initial selection of three Special Projects. You can read more about these here, and we appreciate any financial support you can offer.

  • Green Spring Plantation Williamsburg Virginia
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    Restoration and Preservation of a Centuries-Old Source of Life Three days after the first English colonists arrived on Jamestown island in May 1607 they sent...
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  • book gift from Philip Ludwell III to daughter Hannah 1759
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    Translating and Publishing Christian Classics from the East in 1700s London In 1791, many years after the death of Philip Ludwell in 1767, the Russian Ambassador in...
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  • Green Spring Plantation, colonial national historic park, philip ludwell
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    Clues Dug Up Over 60 Years Ago In 1600s and 1700s Colonial America, Green Spring plantation was considered the “1600 Pennsylvania” of its day. (Why?...
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