Any remaining proceeds from the Tricentennial will go to support the newly re-formed King of Prussia Historical Society. The Historical Society wants to make sure our town’s history is preserved and partnering with other Township Organizations to plan local happenings with a Tricentennial theme in mind. http://www.umtownship.org/index.aspx?NID=799 January 2014 Update: Regretfully, it appears the Historical Society will not be the recipient of
If you are a current member of the Society, your issue should be in your mailbox soon. And if you are not yet a member, why not join the Society so you too can read about the Knickerbocker Ice Company and more local history.
Saturday, January 11 ~ 2:00 pm BUSINESS MEETING SPEAKER Michael Shaw: Railroads of Upper Merion LOCATION Christ Old Swedes Church Hall
In support of Upper Merion Township’s Tricentennial celebration, Historical Society President J. Michael Morrison co-authored the book Upper Merion Township – The First 300 Years with Francis X. Luther and Marianne Hooper. From the Lenni Lenape Indians to the King of Prussia Mall – the first 300 years of our history is far richer than you could ever imagine. Interest