Much of America’s story was forged on domestic battlefields. Honor those who died for our freedom with a wartime heritage site visit.
The iconic estate has a history going back to the Revolutionary War, and was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The group that runs the site is suing a contractor over a partially completed addition.
The New York Public Library acquired what is believed to be Pennsylvania’s copy in 1896.
Annual Home Run Derby benefits CHOP and honors GW High student who died of Leukemia.
George Washington would be on familiar ground if he visited his still pristine winter encampment site at nearby Valley Forge. Here’s what you’ll find during a day trip or weekend fling.
The project is a replica of a type of field tent called a marquee. The original (photo), in which George Washington spent a lot of his time as general of the Revolutionary Army, is in the museum’s collection.
Temple comes into the post-season hot, having won seven straight games heading into the A-10 tournament.
Pennsylvania’s Historical and Museum Commission has hired a Philadelphia-based architect to develop a long-term plan for Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County.
Presidents Day is next week but this week there’s some hands-on history taking place this week at the National Constitution Center.
February gives you lots of reasons to celebrate pecans.
You probably pass by works of art honoring famous people every day in this area, and many of them you know. But there are others…
Temple beat George Washington 55-53 on Wednesday night.
Temple will look to make it two straight Atlantic 10 wins on Wednesday night when they visit George Washington.
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It’s now called the “Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent.”