2011: Spring/Summer ~ Fall/Winter
& News Articles
November 14, 2012: ONE BIDDER BUYS ALL TO KEEP MUHLENBERG FAMILY TREASURES TOGETHER
November 4, 2012: The First Speaker and Speaker's House saved from wrecking ball in the Pottstown Mercury
May 16, 2012: GERMAN DELEGATION VISITS HISTORIC TRAPPE, PENNSYLVANIA ~ More Information
May 16, 2011: TRAPPE-COLLEGEVILLE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Newsletters, Press Releases & New Articles Archive
Links of Interest
The Speaker's House Facebook page.
United States Congress Biography of Frederick Augustus Conrad Muhlenberg
United States Congress Biography of John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg
Augustus Lutheran Church
Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College
The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College offers a diversity of exhibitions and programming which have educated, influenced, and served as a cultural resource for the community in the tri-state region. In addition to an outstanding permanent collection which includes 19th and 20th century American paintings by the Peale family, Walter Elmer Schofield, and Walter Baum, Japanese prints, South East Asian antiquities, an extensive collection of Pennsylvania German artifacts and the largest private collection of sculpture by British artist Lynn Chadwick, the entire Ursinus campus is home to over forty (40) contemporary outdoor sculptures.
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Collecting and preserving Montgomery County, PA, for over 125 years.
Historical Society of Trappe, Collegeville, Perkiomen Valley
Mennonite Historians of Eastern Pennsylvania
The Mennonite Heritage Center tells the story of Mennonite faith and life in southeastern Pennsylvania. Its architecture, with lines modeling the simplicity of traditional Pennsylvania Mennonite meetinghouses, points towards the spiritual center of Mennonite life. The concept was that "church" was congregation, not the building in which they "met." The building also suggests rural images of mill, barn and house, while exhibits show the movement toward a more urban society, giving contemporary expression to a deep-rooted heritage.
Pennsylvania German Society
The Pennsylvania German Society is a nonprofit, educational organization devoted to the study of the Pennsylvania German people and their 300-year history in America.
Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce
For more than 50 years, the Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce has been "Minding Your Business" to help grow YOUR customer base in: Collegeville, Limerick, Lower Frederick, Lower Providence, Perkiomen, Schwenksville, Skippack, Trappe, Oaks, and Upper Providence.
Philadelphia Deed Index
The Philadelphia Deed Index contains all of William Penn's family deeds from the Indian nation, the very original deeds of Philadelphia County before the Montgomery County deeds. The Montgomery County Archives has the index and both Philadelphia and Montgomery County deeds, so this single resource can follow the links from Montgomery County to Philadelphia County.
Official website of the Borough of Trappe, founded in 1717.
Trappe Bussiness Association
The Trappe Business Association is a non profit group of small business owners in Trappe, Pennsylvania with a shared goal of supporting and encouraging local business success and sustainable economic growth. It's mission is to serve all forms of businesses including service, retail, and non-profit through a close relationship with local government, Trappe Today and Tomorrow, as well as the community at large.
Trappe Today and Tomorrow
Trape Today and Tomorrow (TTT) is a group dedicated to the revitalization of historic Trappe. TTT is a volunteer, non-profit organization founded in 2010 with the goal of supporting current and future businesses in Trappe, as well as fostering a strong sense of community in which all residents can share.
The Conrad Weiser Homestead features the small, 18th century frontier residence of Conrad Weiser, a pivotal figure in Colonial Pennsylvania, who served as ambassador and interpreter to the Iroquois Nation.
Peter Wentz Farmstead Society
The mission of the Peter Wentz Farmstead Society is to preserve and interpret an 18th century Pennsylvania German farmstead, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, by stimulating public interest and support of the site's heritage through educational programs and public events focusing on the architecture, crafts, customs and furnishings of the period.