Pennsylvania is home to many well-known battlefields, encampments, and forts like Valley Forge, the Gettysburg Battlefield, and Washington’s Crossing. However, there are also many military history sites that are known to only a few. Fort Roberdeau in Blair County, PA, is one of these sites….
A residential area in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania isn’t exactly where you’d expect to find a remarkable structure, yet the small borough of Upland in Delaware County is home to one of the state’s most historic homes: the Caleb Pusey House. Caleb Pusey was…READ MORE
Going into my visit at the Antique Ice Tool Museum in Chester County, Pennsylvania, I honestly wasn’t expecting much. I assumed that I would find a collection of dusty tools in a dark show room. However, what I discovered couldn’t have been further from the…READ MORE
Despite being a city of more than 25,000 people, the Luzerne County community of Hazleton is often overlooked by those traveling along Interstate 81. However, for those that want to get off the highway and explore this northeastern Pennsylvania city, the Greater Hazleton Historical Society and…READ MORE
14 Sep Visiting the Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial: The National Park Service’s Most Overlooked SiteHistory, Museums, Philadelphia and its Suburbs | Jim Cheney
Philadelphia is full of many amazing historical sites related to the foundations of the United States. However, tucked away on an overlooked corner, just a few blocks away from Independence Hall, is one of the least visited sites that the National Park Service operates. That’s…READ MORE
12 Sep Visiting the Thomas T. Taber Museum and the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum in WilliamsportHistory, Museums, Susquehanna Region | Jim Cheney
Around the world, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, is known as the birthplace of Little League baseball and the home of the Little League World Series. However, there is much history in the region that is separate from youth baseball. Those wanting to learn more about the region’s…READ MORE