The Unison Preservation Society was incorporated in 2001 to help protect and preserve the historic village and surrounding countryside of Unison.
The village was founded in
the early 1730's as
one of the first settlements in
Loudoun County, Virginia.
We invite you to browse our website for information on
- Village history and genealogy
- Unison in the Civil War
- Current Unison events and Heritage Day
- National Battlefield study in the Unison area
- How you can help promote the
preservation and celebration of our culturally rich heritage.
The Unison Preservation Society is a
non-profit organization. |
All contributions are tax deductable.
Thank you to all who have given so generously to support the Society.
~ Current News ~
On Sunday, April 21st the UPS hosted
a celebration of Dr. Betsee Parker's gift of the Unison Store to the Unison Preservation Society.
Members of the community came to enjoy the party and personally thank Dr. Parker for her generous gift.
Click here for the full article.
|Unison Preservation Society Commended by Virginia House and Senate|
Delegate J. Randell Minchew of the Virginia House of Delegates put forth a Joint Resolution (HJ 860) commending UPS for a decade of
contributions to historic preservation. The Resolution was agreed to by both Virginia House and Senate in February 2013
*Click here* to read the resolution.
Many thanks to all who helped make our 2012 Heritage Day such a tremendous success!|
It was a perfect day for the wonderful crowds, the armies of
reenactors who played out "The Battle of Unison" much as it would have been seen 150 years ago, and for the music and food celebration in the center of our
Thank you, everyone!
Photos of the battle can be viewed by visiting the website:
In 2011 the Unison Battlefield was officially listed on the
National Registers of Historic Places
Click on the "1862 Battle of Unison" link in the menu to read more about the 8,000 acre Civil War battlefield, and the battle