Authors of ‘The Royers of Renfrew’ to speak in Chambersburg

 

The novels relate the lives of a real Pennsylvania German farm family who lived in the Waynesboro area at the beginning of the 1800s.

The authors bring to life the struggles and challenges faced by Royer family members who established the industrial farmstead that is now Renfrew Museum and Park.

Source: Authors of ‘The Royers of Renfrew’ to speak May 28 in Grove Family Library, Chambersburg – FlipSidePA.com

The Royers of Renfrew 

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