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Historical Society of  the Phoenixville Area

204 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

610-935-7646   or





Miscellaneous Links

Bucks County Genealogical Society

Brandywine Valley.Com
Events and activities in Chester County and the Brandywine Valley

Chester County Historic Preservation Network

Community Health Foundation
In Phoenixville

Colonial Theatre
In Phoenixville

Conrail Historical Society

Detwiler Family

Duffy's Cut Project
Immaculata University web site about 57 Irish immigrant deaths in 1832 in Paoli, PA

Genealogical Society of PA
In Philadelphia, PA

General Meade Society
In Philadelphia, PA

Ghosts of the Gridiron, The Early Days of Pro Football in the Philadelphia Region

Hexamer General Surveys, 1866-1896 
Geo History of Greater Philadelphia

Historic Waynesborough

Hope Lodge
In Fort Washington, PA

Mennonite Heritage Center
In Harleysville, PA

Mill at Anselma
In Chester Springs, PA

National Register of Historical Places

National Trust Historic Preservation

 Northeast Document Conservation Center
In Andover, MA.  They specialize in the preservation and conservation of paper-based documents.

Paoli Battlefield

Pennhurst Memorial & Preservation

Pennsbury Manor 
William Penn's colonial home in Morrisville, Bucks County, PA

Philly Graves

Phoenixville Area Chamber of Commerce

Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

Phoenixville High Class of 1957

Revolutionary War Hall

President James Buchanan's Wheatland 
President James Buchanan's Estate, Wheatland, in Lancaster, PA

Schuylkill Canal Association
Mont Clare, PA

Schuylkill River Heritage Center

Schuylkill River National & State Heritage Area

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War National Headquarters

Speakers House, Home of Frederick Muhlenberg
Iin Collegeville, PA

This Day in Smithsonian History

The Phoenix

Underground Railroad in Kennett

U. S. 
Hosted by the Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia

Valley Forge Christian College

Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau

Vietnam War Casualties

Women at the Valley Forge Encampment


Bridge & Main Streets in early 1920s

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