Okay, I cheated. Way back on January 2, when I started this project, I counted the Schuylkill River National Heritage … Continue reading Kayaking Counts, too
We learn quite a bit about the daily life and community of our ancestors by preserving the places that they worked. Our trip to Boston took us to three National Historic Sites from three centuries. Continue reading “Work in America: the 17th, 18th and 19th Century”
John Adams lived his life with a sense that history was being made, and it truly was. Continue reading “Revolutionary Peacemaker: First Vice President, Second President”
The original parish members sought to escape from the state establish religion, but now the state owns the church. Continue reading “Freedom of Religion: St. Paul’s Church”
The weather was beautiful. It was a nearly cloudless Pennsylvania blue sky. Just like September 11, 2001. I previously wrote … Continue reading A Beautiful Sunny Day in Pennsylvania
About 20 years ago, I worked on a project to assist Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area with repairs to their … Continue reading Cuyahoga!