We have completed our Signs Campaign! One is at the location of the mill that gave Pennypacker Mills its name, across Route 73 from the site's main entrance. It includes a 1900s photograph of the building as well as the history of the mill. A second, two-sided sign is near the Revolutionary War monument adjacent to the site's entrance. One side bears a colorized, hand-drawn map of the property as it was in 1900, with descriptive text. The other side describes the site's role in the Revolutionary War. Two additional signs related to the site's historically-important landscaping, which was designed by Thomas Meehan & Sons, were installed at the entrances to the mowed path through the meadow. In addition, the Friends funded a sign denoting a bee-friendly garden installed by an Eagle Scout. Thank you to everyone for your support!
Interpretive Signs Campaign Completed!
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Special thanks to the sponsors of the 2017 Civil War Event, who have returned to support us year after year. With their help we will be FULLY FUNDED for 2017! (click on logos to visit their websites)
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The Friends of Pennypacker Mills is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization established to support the educational programs and preservation of the Pennypacker Mills Historic Site.