WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND A HUGE THANK YOU TO OUR SPECIAL GUEST CHRIS FENNIMORE AND TO ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS FOR MAKING THIS HAPPEN.
ALSO THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU WHO ATTENDED. IT IS WITH THE SUPPORT OF YOU THAT WE ARE ABLE TO CONTINUE TO SHARE THE HISTORY OF PITCAIRN.
VISITING THE PITCAIRN HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S MUSEUM
Visitors to our museum are always welcomed. Our regular hours are each Wednesday from 11 am to 1 pm , but we are also glad to accommodate individuals and groups who would like to arrange a personalized tour of the museum and its exhibits, guided by one of our knowledgeable volunteers. Those wanting a special tour at some mutually convenient time should contact Carl Howard (phone: 412-373-0052 or at: email@example.com) The Pitcairn Historical Society Museum is located at the corner of Center Ave. and Agatha Streets, and admission is FREE.
And please remember: The exhibits are always being changed and added to as contributions come to us from the community. If you have photos or family memorabilia that touches on Pitcairn's history please contact Carl Howard.
The Pitcairn living history video series is a unique series of interviews that give a personal insight to life as it was in our towns past and the way it is now. To see all of the full length interviews be sure to visit the Historical society Museum.
I am happy to announce that the site is growing and we needed to expand to an extension site to post our videos. The expansion site can be accessed at:
We also have our own channel on youtube located at:
If you have a video pertaining to the history of Pitcairn and would like to have a clip of it on our channel, please email me at:
In March, the Pitcairn Historical Society proudly announced the publication of it's newest book:
"Pitcairn's Family Album",
which features 177 historic photographs, many of which had never before been published!
The price of this 73 page treasure is $15.00
To purchase the book,
please call 412-373-0052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or pick them up on Wednesdays from 11am - 1pm while the museum is open.
All profits from books will benefit the society.
761 SIXTH STREET EXT.
PITCAIRN, PA. 15140