Learn the astonishing, little-known history about the diseases that transformed the lives (and deaths) of the people of West Chester.
Author Amy Stewart will discuss her New York Times bestselling book, Wicked Plants, about Mother Nature’s most appalling creations!
Explore West Chester’s dark history by lantern with the engaging and costumed guides of the Chester County History Center.
All are welcome to the discussion! “Crisp, concise and revealing history…. A fresh narrative that plumbs some of the most dramatic days in U.S. presidential history.” —The Washington Post James Abram […]
All are welcome to join the discussion! Lenape Country is a sweeping narrative history of the multiethnic society of the Delaware Valley in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. After Swanendael, […]
Author Brendan J. Lyons shares his research into Charley King’s life and military service.
A manuscript processing project revealed.
In 1912, the city of Coatesville became the hot zone of the state’s last community-wide typhoid epidemic.
The Underground Railroad was a network of people offering shelter and aid to enslaved men, women and children on their journeys to freedom. This small-group walking tour will visit eight […]