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2020 Speakers

July program: Sterner's Mill Bucks County
Keynote Speaker: J. Thomas Brown Via Zoom Meeting
Please register in advance
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZloc02opzsrHdGxvAbMnPX5s63UGSTFgyoq
Monday July 13 @ 7:00
 

J. Thomas Brown lived at Sterner's Mill a a boy. His home was taken by eminent domain and demolished to create Nockamixon State Park and Recreational Lake.
 Below the lakes surface are the remains of gristmills, bridges, stone farm houses, and an Indian Cave. Mr. Brown will talk about the research and history behind the writing of his historical fiction book.


August 10 -      Sherlock "Homes" Old House Detective      By: Jeff Marshall
                               Mr. Marshall who is with the Heritage Conservancy will show us how to answer questions such as: What changes were made to my house/ Which section of my house is the oldest? by using CSI like                                        evidence base approach. You will never look at an old house the same way after this presentation.
September 14 - From Rum to Revolution, the Publik House 9 Tavern)  By Bruce Stocking
                               Mr.. Stocking is an historian with the W.S. Hancock Society and he will speak about the early days of the American Republic, life around these establishments  and how they played an important role in                                   local communities and the development of the Unite States.

October 12 -        Musing of an Old Man: Pastor Muhlenberg Reflecting on His Life          By: Reverend Tom Kochenderfer
                                Reverend Kochenderfer as he brings pastor Muhlenburg to life

November 09 -    The Best of Histories Mysteries     By: Herb Kauffman
                                   Mr. Kauffman will speak about a compilation of myths, legends and unusual events from the colonial era to WWII.

December 14    -    Historical Society Christmas Party