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
Tom Speaker uses family history to tell story about Pennsylvania Dutch and immigration.
Source: Author’s genealogy study leads to novel
Here Come the Pennsylvania Dutch: A family saga of emigration from Germany ...
People in the area will have the chance to improve their health by getting in touch with the eating habits of their ancestors thanks to a grant that Renfrew Museum ...
→ Renfrew Museum acquires additional John Bell pottery - Chambersburg Public Opinion
Foodstruck York to feature 50 food trucks, music, beer in September - FlipSidePA.com
More than 50 food trucks and carts, local merchants, live music and beer are coming to Penn Park ...
→ Renfrew Museum to rebuild historic summer kitchen - Herald Mail Media
Ever been to the Renfrew Museum & Park? If not, a great time to see it would be on Saturday, ...
→ Thousands attend Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew Park - Herald Mail Media
Seeing the medieval pumpkin launcher is reason enough to attend this yearly festival in Waynesboro.
→ History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel "The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery" - The Morning Call
“The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery”
A novel ...
→ Berks County resident publishes book chronicling life on family farm in Blue Marsh region
You can pre-order the book here.
Author’s genealogy study leads to novel: Here Come the Pennsylvania Dutch by Thomas B. Speaker
Eat With Your Ancestors at Renfrew Museum and Park
Renfrew Museum acquires additional John Bell pottery
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Renfrew Museum to rebuild historic summer kitchen
Thousands attend Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew Park
History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the
Pleasant Valley Lost by Joseph J. Swope: Berks County resident’s book chronicles life on family