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Welcome! Founded in 1989, the Nicholson Heritage Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the historical preservation of Nicholson, Pennsylvania, a small rural town nestled in Wyoming County and Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Endless Mountains, and the surrounding region. The current officers of the Association are:

Marion Sweet, Chair
Craig Smith, Vice Chair
Richard Lochen, Jr, Treasurer
Joan Irion Jenkins, Secretary
Tim Hortman, Director
Stephen Peterson, Director
Robert Gritman, Director
 
Richard Huffsmith, Counsel
 

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Wood Hicks & Bark Peelers Book Signing

March 18, 2017, 10:00am - March 18, 2017, 1:00pm

Wood Hicks and Bark Peelers book-signing event with authors Ronald E. Ostman and Harry Littell: A beautifully written and produced book portraying the visual history of Pennsylvania’s railroad lumbering communities hit book stores in the last quarter of 2016. Authors Ostman and Littell present the stunning photographs of William T. Clarke and tell the story of the individuals and landscapes he captured. This book, which garnered national attention through a book review by the New York Times, was published by The Pennsylvania State University Press in collaboration with the Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is honored to host a book-signing event with the authors scheduled for Saturday March 18th at 10 Am. Ronald Ostman and Harry Littell will give a short visual presentation about the book, followed by a time for questions and discussion. Bring your copy of Wood Hicks and Bark Peelers to be signed by the authors, or by a copy from the museum store. W.T. Clarke’s images from the Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania’s Wood on Glass exhibit will be on display in the museum program room during the signing event, and light refreshments will be available. Please call the museum (814-435-2652) for more information.