Home to a Prince (Johnson-Turner House)

  • Post category:1900-1929

By Susan Linville, Administrator LCHS Article corrected and revised April 18, 2016. The structure, referred to as the Johnson-Turner House was not built for nor owned by George W. Johnson as…

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Civil War Stories by Local Historians
Judy Foster: Enon Valley Community Historical Society & Little Beaver Historical Society

Civil War Stories by Local Historians

  • Post category:1849-1899 / War

By Kathleen Mooney, LCHS Webmaster The Historical Society has produced a Civil War Presentation available for viewing on YouTube. Take a trip back in time and spend 12 minutes with…

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Imported Macaroni & Olive Oil circa 1911

  • Post category:1900-1929

By Betty Hoover DiRisio, LCHS Volunteer In 1911 Thomas Monico and A. E. Alles incorporated an import and wholesale business known as “Monico & Alles Co.” Located at 802-804 South…

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Annual Members Dinner Honors Fulena

Historical Society to Recognize Stephanie Fulena at Annual Dinner Come join us on September 13th for an evening of entertainment and friendship. > 6:00 pm Social Hour > 6:30 pm…

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Historic Tree with a “Shady” Past

  • Post category:Indians

By Betty Hoover DiRisio, LCHS Volunteer Kushkushkie Towns In the mid to late 1700's our area was inhabited by the Lenape Indians (the Delaware) in a group of villages known…

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