Founder’s Day 2013
The Wyoming County Historical Society will celebrate Founder’s Day 2013 on June 22, 2013, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
A River in Timeby Deborah L. Courville
Historical fiction/time travel novel that brings to life the people, events and customs of post Colonial rural northeastern Pennsylvania. Built in 1781 and operated today as a living museum, The Oldest House in Laceyville, PA, is the inspiration and setting for ‘A River in Time.’ The author, a docent at the House, draws from actual historical record as well as ‘informed imagining’ for the material of the book, creating a reality that is not only immediate and vibrant but also tantalizingly cloaked in the mists of history. Proceeds from the sales of the book ‘A River in Time’ will be donated to The Oldest House for its upkeep and ongoing operation.
A Genealogical Journey Through North East, PA – Our Back Mountain Families By G. Bert & John Henry Stevenson and Ella Stevenson Haley
A few of the many families included in the book: Bertels, Bonning, Brodhun, Culp, Dymond, Meeker, Moore, Owens, Pellam, Spencer, Stevenson and VanMarter
Indian Paths of Northeast Pennsylvania and Their Role in the French and Indian War By John Orlandini
The late author, historian, and archaeologist finished this book just before his death last year. His wife, Julie, will be here to sign the books.