The next Writers’ Roundtable has been rescheduled for June 8 at 7:00 pm.

Speakers – Dominish Miller and Cory Van Brookhoven

The Other Side of the River: The similarities that York and Lancaster share

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When local historians from bordering counties get together, great things happen!

This program will discuss some of the many similarities that both the White Rose and the Red Rose counties have in common including architecture, industry, religion, entertainment, and much more! From their founding until now, York and Lancaster have shared a storied history, divided only by the Susquehanna River.

Dominish Marie Miller is the Third Circuit Court of Appeals Librarian for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and the founder of Preserving the History of Newberrytown. She is the author of two cookbooks, Preserving the History of Newberrytown: A Community Cookbook From the Cooks of Newberrytown, Pennsylvania 2021, volumes 1 and 2.She is also a Volunteer Library Assistant at the Red Land Community Library   Dominish is also a reenactor with the 87th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry (PVI). She portrays a private in the 87th PA Company C

Van Brookhoven is an author of several local history books and serves as the President of the Lititz Historical Foundation. He also runs a Facebook group called “Remember When in Lititz.”


The York County Writers’ Roundtable networks writers and researchers of York County and regional history. The group meets on the first Thursday of every quarter at 7:00 p.m. at the Historical Society Museum, Library & Archives at 250 E. Market St.  This event is free and open to the public.

Event Details

Historical Society Museum
250 East Market Street
York, PA 17403

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Writers’ Roundtable 

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Will be held on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook

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