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February 2018
Free

Wednesdays In Winter

February 21 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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Wednesdays In Winter

February 28 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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March 2018
Free

Wednesdays In Winter

March 7 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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Free

Wednesdays In Winter

March 14 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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February 2018
Free

Wednesdays In Winter

February 7 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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Free

Wednesdays In Winter

February 14 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt Street PA 17013 United States + Google Map

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic. 2/7/18 - "Clark's Tavern & Ferries" by Victor Hart: Mr. Hart will present a slide presentation on the history of the growth and decline of Clark's ferry & tavern business. It also describes a four-year archaeological study done around Clark's Ferry Tavern in Duncannon, PA and a preliminary architectural study of the historic tavern building. 2/14/18 - "The Captivity Narrative: The Stories of the McCullough & Lowery Families" by Tad…

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