Springs Historical Society
Monday April 27, 2015 7:30 PM

"B-52 - Bomber Down!" will be presented by Rick Lewis in the Folk Meeting House, 1711 Springs Rd., Springs, PA 15562.  He will present the fascinating true story of a B-52 bomber that crashed in Savage River State Forest in 1964 along with the recovery efforts.  This incident was probably the worst crash with nuclear weapons on American soil.

Welcome to Springs Historical Society

The Springs Historical Society of the Casselman Valley is a non-profit organization founded in 1957 which sponsors the Springs Folk Festival, Farmers' Market, Museum, Alta Schrock Nature Trail, Public Programs, and annually publishes the Casselman Chronicle, a historical and genealogical journal.

Purpose of the Organization:
To foster and actively participate in the preservation of personal property, buildings, sites, landmarks, documents, and other items of historical interest and aesthetic and social value; to revive pioneer arts and crafts and to foster interest in and appreciation for the history of the area and to carry on research in the same. The corporation does not contemplate pecuniary gain or profit, incidental or otherwise, to its members.



Marketplace

Time Capsule Notes

1950 Sam Beachy & Sons, a local repair shop, was built by Sam Beachy in Niverton.
Casselman Chronicle 1965 no. 3&4, p.8
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