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In the wooded knoll above sleeping their last sleep rest the Indian owners of these lands before the white man came.
The National Registry of Historic Places
Denney Reyburn Senior Apartments
1841-1887 ~ Barnard Street Public School
First public school in West Chester
1887-1985 ~ Tag factory of S.L. Denney
First automatic tag manufacturing plant
The American Right Flank Slows the British AdvanceGeneral Adam Stephen's 3rd and 4th Virginia Regiments situated on the far right end of the American line on the crest of the present day Sandy Hollow Heritage Park held their positions until overwh…
Trimbleville, circa 1740, was named after Irish immigrant James Trimble. Located along the 1728 Great Valley Road, the hamlet grew up around one of Chester County's earliest grist mills, powered by the Broad Run. Due East, on the Brandywine Creek,…
Welcome-This nature preserve is one of more than 40 owned and managed by Natural Lands Trust, a non-profit conservation organization eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Since 1953, we've been building an extensive network of preserves that range…
Even small creeks are part of huge interconnected watersheds. Water from the East Branch Brandywine Creek, which meanders through Stroud Preserve, flows into the Christina River on its way to the Delaware Bay. The Brandywine-Christina water shed p…
One of the first nurserymen in the nation and the author of the first book on North American trees and shrubs. Arbustum Americanum: The American Grove. Marshall is known as the Father of American Dendrology. He regularly supplied native American p…
September 11, 1777
Jefferis FordCornwallis crossed here between 1 and 2 o'clockSeptember 11, 1777
Should days of brisk be forgot, Although these days have fled.Can we neglect the sacred spot,Where Patriot Heroes bled?
An not those days of "old lang syne,"We never can forget.When with our sires to Brandywine,Come gallant Lafayette.