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Warwick Township Historical Society [Contact Us]
1989
Creator:
Heritage Conservancy
Extent: 2 linear feet
Warwick Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded by petition on February 13, 1733. Its first European settlers were primarily Scotch-Irish Presbyterians. A mainly rural area for most of its history, the township's population almost tripled in the late 20th century resulting in its suburbanization. The Bucks County Conservancy historic resource surveys for Warwick Township, 1989, consist of seven volumes of surveys documenting properties in Warwick Township. Apparently created in an attempt to establish Warwick Township as an historic district, surveys include the location, date of construction, condition, description, photographs, and other pertinent information about each property. (View full finding aid.)
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Bucks County Conservancy historic resource surveys for Warwick Township
creator
Heritage Conservancy
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WTHS.02
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2 linear feet
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1989
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Warwick Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded by petition on February 13, 1733. Its first European settlers were primarily Scotch-Irish Presbyterians. A mainly rural area for most of its history, the township's population almost tripled in the late 20th century resulting in its suburbanization. The Bucks County Conservancy historic resource surveys for Warwick Township, 1989, consist of seven volumes of surveys documenting properties in Warwick Township. Apparently created in an attempt to establish Warwick Township as an historic district, surveys include the location, date of construction, condition, description, photographs, and other pertinent information about each property.
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Warwick Township Historical Society [Contact Us]
1965-1995
Creator:
Warwick Township Historic Commission (Bucks County, Pa.)
Extent: 2 linear feet
Warwick Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded by petition on February 13, 1733. The Warwick Township Historic Commission, particularly active during the 1970s, dissolved around 1995 and was succeeded by the newly-formed Warwick Township Historical Society. The Warwick Township Historic Commission records and subject files, 1965-1995, consist of records of the commission--such as correspondence, minutes, reports, and lists of officers--as well as subject files compiled by that body on local history topics. (View full finding aid.)
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Warwick Township Historic Commission records and subject files
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Warwick Township Historic Commission (Bucks County, Pa.)
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WTHS.03
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2 linear feet
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1965-1995
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Warwick Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania was founded by petition on February 13, 1733. The Warwick Township Historic Commission, particularly active during the 1970s, dissolved around 1995 and was succeeded by the newly-formed Warwick Township Historical Society. The Warwick Township Historic Commission records and subject files, 1965-1995, consist of records of the commission--such as correspondence, minutes, reports, and lists of officers--as well as subject files compiled by that body on local history topics.
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Warwick Township Historical Society [Contact Us]
1994-2012
Creator:
Warwick Township Historical Society (Bucks County, Pa.)
Extent: 21 linear feet
Originally the summer home of John Moland, King George II's appointed attorney for Pennsylvania, the Moland House briefly served as George Washington's headquarters during the Revolutionary War in August of 1777. Salvaged from condemnation, the house was restored during the late 1990s and early 2000s through the efforts of the Warwick Township Historical Society. The Warwick Township Historical Society collection on the Moland House, 1994-2012, consists of various materials compiled by the Warwick Township Historical Society on the history and restoration of the Moland House. Also included are some organizational records of the Society, such as meeting minutes and member information. (View full finding aid.)
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Warwick Township Historical Society collection on the Moland House
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Warwick Township Historical Society (Bucks County, Pa.)
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WTHS.01
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21 linear feet
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1994-2012
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Originally the summer home of John Moland, King George II's appointed attorney for Pennsylvania, the Moland House briefly served as George Washington's headquarters during the Revolutionary War in August of 1777. Salvaged from condemnation, the house was restored during the late 1990s and early 2000s through the efforts of the Warwick Township Historical Society. The Warwick Township Historical Society collection on the Moland House, 1994-2012, consists of various materials compiled by the Warwick Township Historical Society on the history and restoration of the Moland House. Also included are some organizational records of the Society, such as meeting minutes and member information.
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