Who We Are

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We Are a historical community

In order to serve the varied historical and genealogical interests of our members and the community, the Society operates with three branches: the Museum Branch, the Library Branch, and the Committees Branch.

We are a non-profit, 501c3 tax-exempt charity located in Armstrong County.

The Armstrong County Historical Museum tells the story of people, places, and historical events starting with the destruction of the Delaware Indian Village of the  Kit-Han-Ne in 1756 by  Colonel John Armstrong and his frontier troops. The Museum is open to the public for tours on Sunday and Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to  3:00 p.m., April to November. After November 1st by appointment only.

"History is not just something that happened long ago and far away. History happens to all of us all the time. Local history brings history home, it touches your life, the life of your family, your neighborhood, your community."

--Thomas J. Noel, Denver author and historian

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