18th Century Trades
A program that gives an overview of 18th century trades that helped shape our region, including artifacts and tools of the period.
Dr. Francis Julius LeMoyne
A presentation on noted abolitionist, women’s rights advocate, social reformer, noted physician and founder of the first crematory in the United States.
Early Indians of Pennsylvania
A program featuring famous Indians of Pennsylvania; also including the Delaware’s Catfish Camp and other Indians of Washington County.
Early Towns of Washington County
A photographic presentation of historic towns of Washington County, with photographs dating from the 19th century.
Frontier Forts of Washington County
A program focusing on these safe havens from Indian attacks, featuring specific events and individuals.
Let’s Play Ball
The history of semi-pro baseball in Washington - this program traces this sport from the early traveling teams through today’s Washington Wild Things.
Main Street, Washington
A photographic presentation of Main Street, Washington from the mid 19th century through the present.
An overview of the “road that built America,” including maps and photos of the first government subsidized road in the country.
Landmarks of the National Road
A photographic presentation of the historic buildings that lined the road nicknamed “Main Street of America.”
A program examining the Washington County roots of the American Underground Railroad.
Settling the Pennsylvania Frontier
A program examining the first settlers to Western Pennsylvania and how they tamed this rugged land.
Oddities of Washington County
A program examining the weird and wacky side of Washington County's History. From the thumb of George Washington to the wreath made from the LeMoyne Daughters Hair; it is a fun look at the county's unusual side.
The Cache of a Lifetime
A program examining the the City of Washington's Town Hall Time Capsule; the story around President Grant laying the corner stone and how a national crisis resulted.
A program detailing the Whiskey Rebellion, the events leading up to it, major engagements and Washington County connections, including David Bradford.