A speech and accompanying lesson plan about the 1918 Bethlehem Steel Baseball League by Geoff Gehman was published on C-SPAN in mid-December.
The historic one-and-a-half-story structure is located west of Newmanstown, off of Pennsylvania Rte. 419 in Millcreek Twp.
From 1916 to 1933, Lebanon ranked 12th in Pennsylvania in cigar production. In 1927, Lebanon produced $1,230,600 worth of tobacco products.
In the history of Lebanon County, manufacturers of the frozen treat range from mom-and-pop shops to fairly large businesses.
The Chestnut Street Log House will be open Wednesdays in August from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. They are always open by appointment.
In 1757, Meier purchased almost 250 acres of farmland that included farm buildings and a large limestone house.
In the history of Lebanon, there have been scores of impressive landmarks constructed, but none as iconic as the Lebanon County Courthouse.
Though the Quentin Riding Club went out to pasture a few years ago, its memory and history are still treasured by many.
Lebanon’s stately, centuries-old American elm tree, believed to be the only one left in the city, is getting rejuvenated.
The story behind Lebanon’s Late Night run in the ’90s is one of the most intriguing histories of the city.
The Lebanon County Historical Society has released its schedule for 2020 events.
Cornwall Iron furnace will host a presentation by Revolutionary War reenactor Stephen Bradney.