The King of Prussia Historical Society recently received a collection of local historical items of interest from the Peterson family. It included a piece of the Washington Drinker Oak along with an Authentication by Upper Merion Park & Historic Foundation. See the Winter 2015 issue of the King of Prussia Gazette for the complete pictorial essay about this historic tree.
On February 3, 2005 the Upper Merion Township Board of Supervisors officially accepted The 2020 Vision Plan. The Plan was a long-range planning document that was to provide insight on what the Township expected to be in the year 2020, and outlined a number of issues that would need to be addressed in the next ten to fifteen years. Since
Our annual business meeting was canceled in January, due to the threat of bad weather. To make it up, we will spread that meeting out over the next few gatherings to get our board and officers reelected. 2017 Update to the Membership Happy 2017 from your King of Prussia Historical Society. As we begin our 5th year of the restored
Please join the King of Prussia Historical Society on Saturday, February 11th at 2:00 pm when Abdullah Muhammad presents “Africans in New Sweden, The Untold Story” at Christ Church (Old Swedes) Church Hall. One of the best kept secrets of the European colonization of the world, particularly of North America, has been the hidden role of Africans—both free and enslaved.