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‘Rosie the Riveter’ Day in PA March 21 to Honor Women...

State Rep. Melissa Shusterman, D-Chester/Montgomery, was joined by fellow legislators to adopt H.R. 106, designating March 21, 2019, as Rosie the Riveter Day in...

First Lady Frances Wolf, Pa. Commission for Women Mark 19th Amendment...

As part of Women’s History Month, First Lady Frances Wolf announced a new exhibit at the Governor’s Residence to celebrate the 100th anniversary of...

Tucker: The 50 Production Cars – At the AACA Museum

The mystique surrounding Preston Tucker, the Tucker Corporation and Tucker automobiles is the fascination of many. “Tucker: The 50 Production Cars” will be the second in a series...

March Recognized as Irish-Heritage and Hibernian Heritage Month in Pennsylvania

State Rep. Michael Driscoll, D-Phila., announced he has introduced H.R. 120, designating March 2019 as “Irish-American Heritage Month” in Pennsylvania. “Since this nation’s founding, American citizens...

PA Treasurer and Auditor General to Celebrate Black History Month

Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella and Auditor General Eugene DePasquale will pay tribute to the contributions of the African American community by observing Black History...

Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus to host Tuskegee Airmen program for Black...

State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Phila., announced that the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus will host a Black History Month program to celebrate the Tuskegee Airmen. The...

Civil War and Reconstruction Exhibit–Permanent Home At National Constitution Center in...

On May 9, 2019, the National Constitution Center's new permanent exhibit—the first in America devoted to exploring the constitutional debates from the Civil War and...

Keeping The Lights On For Pennsylvania History

(Susquehanna Valley Policy Institute) In 1960, a popular Sam Cooke song began with the lyric: “Don’t know much about history…” Sadly, nearly sixty years later,...

Governor Wolf Honors Flight 93 Passengers, Families at the 17th Annual...

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf delivered the following remarks as prepared at the 17th Annual September 11 Observance in Shanksville: Thank you all for being here...

Lost 1779 legislative journal returned to Pennsylvania

(SF Chronicle) Charles Hoffman was a common soldier killed somehow, somewhere in what was then a 4-year-old war for independence from Great Britain. His death left...

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