HISTORY OF BRAMAN AND STALKER, PA - Saturday, June 5 at 1:00 pm
A few years ago, the Equinunk Historical Society in Equinunk, PA presented one of its best-attended programs ever: A History of the Communities of Braman and Stalker, PA. Well-known and highly regarded educator and historian, Helen Adams of Tyler Hill, PA, spent months contacting members of the families who once lived in these important communities that thrived near the Delaware River. Her investigations were rewarded by warm communications from the descendants of these families, which included letters, publications, and photos. Helen has continued these communications, and through the years, has collected additional information that she is ready to share with new and old friends on Saturday, June 5 at 1 p.m. at EHS. This time there will happily be ample seating for all in the new wing of EHS. The doors will open at 12 noon. The program is free, but donations are always welcome. EHS, like all not-for-profit organizations struggled through the pandemic of 2020 when all activities were halted. The Calder Gift Shop will be open for your enjoyment, as well as the museum. The address for your GPS is 1972 Pine Mill Rd., located at the junction of Rte. 191 and Pine Mill, in the center of the village. For more information, call 570-224-6722. Leave a message and your call will be returned.
Mrs. Adams will present a new, highly researched program on "Airplane Spotters and WWII Memorabilia" on June 26, also at 1 p.m. Perhaps someone in your family participated in the important work of the civilian population during the war years? Come and learn more about this important work.
We are a Non-Profit Organization chartered in 1981 that collects and preserves the local history of Equinunk, nearby communities and rural areas of Northern Wayne County, PA.