Please note that the Museum will not be open on June 26th for the usual Wednesday night meeting. This is a one time event.
The Millbrook Society is a nonprofit organization, whose mission is historical preservation, education, historic presentation, historical research, historic reenacting and archaeology. Our members also participate in field trips to historic sites. Our emphasis is on local history relating to Bucks and Montgomery Counties, but our work stretches far beyond those boundaries. We have served, in the past, as the Historical Commission and Historical Society for the Borough of Hatboro, Pennsylvania. The Millbrook Society is a multi-faceted, constantly evolving organization. One of our members, David Shannon, is the Historian for the Borough of Hatboro.
To read about our efforts toward restoring and preserving the Isaiah Lukens Clock, click Here.
Video on the History of Hatboro
We were approached by Scott Randolph of Arrival Video Productions, LLC. about the production of a video on the history of Hatboro. Our Board of Directors agreed to support the project with our knowledge and resources concerning the town. We have helped arrange interviews with those who know something of the history of the town, and several of our members have been interviewed as well. A reenactment of the "Battle of Crooked Billet" was performed for the cameras on March 25, 2007. Several members participated as reenactors and many more provided physical support. The video is available for purchase. The purchase price is $20.
Book on the History of Hatboro
In years past, the Society brought together the history of Hatboro into a stunning book in the Images of America series. The book brings to life the vast history of our quaint town with interesting stories and pictures. To purchase a copy of this book, please contact the Society.
Click Here for further information.
Our members have different areas of interest and knowledge. Interests range from Native Americans to the American Revolution, to our Civil War, and on to more recent history. We have a place for interests and activities of all kinds relating to the Society's goals. We invite you to come and visit us and share your love of history.
Click Here to review Coming Events such as field trips and scheduled activities, or to volunteer for the Strawberry Festival in June.
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The Millbrook Society meets weekly at our museum on the second floor of the Hatboro Baptist Church, 32 N. York Road, Hatboro, Pa.
Weekly meetings are held Wednesday nights from 7:30 - 9:30 PM.
Please come and join us.
For additional information,
The Millbrook Society
32 North York Road
P.O. Box 506, Hatboro, PA 19040