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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission [Contact Us]
1964-1991
Creator:
Junior Chamber International. Exton Area Jaycees (Exton, Pa.). Wives
Extent: 1 linear feet
Uwchlan Township and adjacent Exton (Chester County, Pennsylvania) were settled by Europeans in the early 18th century. The area was sparsely populated by farmers until a development boom following the end of World War II. The Exton Area Jaycee Wives local history clippings scrapbooks, 1964-1991, consist of five volumes about Uwchlan Township and Exton local history compiled by the Exton Area Jaycee Wives, a local branch of the service group Junior Chamber International. (View full finding aid.)
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Exton Area Jaycee Wives local history clippings scrapbooks
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Junior Chamber International. Exton Area Jaycees (Exton, Pa.). Wives
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UTHC.02
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1 linear feet
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1964-1991
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Uwchlan Township and adjacent Exton (Chester County, Pennsylvania) were settled by Europeans in the early 18th century. The area was sparsely populated by farmers until a development boom following the end of World War II. The Exton Area Jaycee Wives local history clippings scrapbooks, 1964-1991, consist of five volumes about Uwchlan Township and Exton local history compiled by the Exton Area Jaycee Wives, a local branch of the service group Junior Chamber International.
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission [Contact Us]
1742-2000
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission
Extent: 10 linear feet
Originally inhabited by Leni-Lenape (Delaware) and Iroquoian-speaking Susquehanuck peoples, Uwchlan Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania was settled by Welsh Quakers in the early 18th century. The township was founded in 1712. It remained a largely rural farming community until a post-World War II suburbanization boom. The Uwchlan Township Historical Commission manuscripts collection, 1742-2000, includes photographs, deeds, maps, family papers, business records, municipal records, and various other materials collected from local people and organizations from Uwchlan and nearby areas. Of special interest are a dozen Civil War letters. (View full finding aid.)
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission manuscripts collection
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission
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UTHC.05
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10 linear feet
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1742-2000
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Originally inhabited by Leni-Lenape (Delaware) and Iroquoian-speaking Susquehanuck peoples, Uwchlan Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania was settled by Welsh Quakers in the early 18th century. The township was founded in 1712. It remained a largely rural farming community until a post-World War II suburbanization boom. The Uwchlan Township Historical Commission manuscripts collection, 1742-2000, includes photographs, deeds, maps, family papers, business records, municipal records, and various other materials collected from local people and organizations from Uwchlan and nearby areas. Of special interest are a dozen Civil War letters.
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission [Contact Us]
1928-2014
(Bulk: 1979-2014)
Creator:
Uwchlan Township Historical Commission
Extent: 30 linear feet
Originally inhabited by Leni-Lenape (Delaware) and Iroquoian-speaking Susquehanuck peoples, Uwchlan Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania was settled by Welsh Quakers in the early 18th century. The township was founded in 1712. It remained a largely rural farming community until a post-World War II suburbanization boom. The Uwchlan Township Historical Commission subject files, 1928-2014 (bulk 1979-2014), consist largely of secondary-source materials with some primary-source documents. The collection is arranged into five series, each relating to the local history of the township: Subjects, People, Schools, Government records, and Binders. (View full finding aid.)
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission subject files
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Uwchlan Township Historical Commission
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UTHC.01
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30 linear feet
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1928-2014
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1979-2014
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Originally inhabited by Leni-Lenape (Delaware) and Iroquoian-speaking Susquehanuck peoples, Uwchlan Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania was settled by Welsh Quakers in the early 18th century. The township was founded in 1712. It remained a largely rural farming community until a post-World War II suburbanization boom. The Uwchlan Township Historical Commission subject files, 1928-2014 (bulk 1979-2014), consist largely of secondary-source materials with some primary-source documents. The collection is arranged into five series, each relating to the local history of the township: Subjects, People, Schools, Government records, and Binders.
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