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Established in 1681, Newtown Township (Newtown Square) is the oldest township in Delaware County and has over 100 historic structures still standing.

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REMINDER – PUBLIC PROGRAM: Next up, on Wednesday, February 17, 2016, local historian and high school history teacher Ashley Hunter speaks on:  “The Turning Point of the Revolution:  Why the Philadelphia Campaign Should Not Have Happened”.   Don’t worry – there will be no test.  Just a great interactive lecture.  All programs are held at Dunwoody Village auditorium, and start at 7:00 p.m.  The programs are free, and refreshments are served.  

 

Some of the Projects we are currently working on

Digital Archiving

We are currently in the process of digitizing a large volume of our records

Endangered Buildings

View our list of buildings & structures that are currently endangered

Preservation Ordinance

Did you know our historic sites are not legally protected by a Historic Preservation Ordinance?

The Newtown Square Historical Society is an all-volunteer non-profit community organization. We invite you to become a member and learn more about what we do.

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