Loving Living Landenberg

The New London Area Historical Society and Franklin Township Historical Commission Invite you to a free talk by Joseph Birmingham Joseph Birmingham will talk about his involvement in developing a museum dedicated to Landenberg’s history. The Landenberg Trust was founded by Mr. Birmingham with the idea of hosting events and fund-raisers that could underwrite a local museum […]

Prelude to Brandywine: The March of General Howe and the British Army

Thursday, September 14, 2017, at 7 PM Prelude to Brandywine: The March of General Howe and the British Army September 8‐10, 1777 A Talk by Walt Chiquoine Walt Chiquoine solved a mystery that baffled scholars for almost 100 years – the location of the Daniel Nichols house, Howe’s headquarters in the days preceding the Battle […]

new-london-township-historical-survey

  In the 1990s New London Township prepared historic documentation necessary to determine if the Village of New London is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. A final determination by the state’s historic preservation office was never made. The Township is now re-examining this possibility. In the last two weeks of August, 2011, […]