Old York Town

Volume: 
3
Number: 
1

Note from the Editor
Tamara Gaskell Miller

Note from the President: History's Challenging Future in Pennsylvania
David Moltke-Hansen

The Continental Congress in York Town
James McClure

The Continental Congress Meets a German Town
Charles H. Glatfelter

"Be Ware of Your Board of War"
June Lloyd

The Articles and the Constitution: Similar in Nature, Different in Design
John A. Altman

Book Reviews

Nine Months in York Town: American Revolutionaries Labor on Pennsylvania's Frontier, by James McClure
York County to the Setting of the Sun: An Illustrated History, 2nd ed., by Georg R. Sheets
The Pennsylvania Weather Book, by Ben Gelber
Sauerkraut Yankees: Pennsylvania Dutch Foods & Foodways, 2nd ed., by William Woys Weaver

Window on the Collections

Society News

LEGACIES for Kids: Recipes from the Pennsylvania Dutch

LEGACIES for Kids: Book Reviews
by S. Chris Saad

The American Revolution, by Janis Herbert
Colonial Kids: An Activity Guide to Life in the New World, by Laurie Carlson
George Washington and the General's Dog, by Frank Murphy; illustrated by Richard Walz
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; illustrated by Christopher Bing
Places in Time: A New Atlas of American History, by Elspeth Leacock and Susan Buckley; illustrated by Randy Jones
The Signers: The 56 Stories Behind the Declaration of Independence! by Dennis Brindell Fradin illustrated by Michael McCurdy

Food for Thought: The Attraction of the Continental Congress
by Benjamin H. Irvin

Cover image: Centre Square, York, Pa. Photo of a painting (detail) by Horace Bonham depicting the square outside the York County Court House, November 1777, when Congress received the news of Burgoyne’s surrender at Saratoga. Bonham used an 1830 print as the model for his work, and thus rendered the scene inaccurately by including the gables and cupola on the court house which were not added until 1815 and buildings not present in 1777. Society Print Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Original painting held by York County Heritage Trust.