After careful thought and consideration, the History Center has decided to remain closed to the public through March 2021. We plan to reopen to the public on April 1, 2021.
York in the 1960s was awash with racial tension. Like many small cities, York experienced rioting, gang violence, and increasing crime, resulting in grave concern about safety and the future of our youth. In a bold move toward positive change, the York Charrette, Inc. was formed, a York County council created to address these racial […]
York Countians have long been a creative bunch. Lewis Miller was a prolific chronicler of life in the early Republic, his drawings widely recognized as a national treasure for capturing our country at an important political and socio-economic crossroads. David Heckert, a contemporary of Miller, was known in his elder years as a local eccentric […]