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Welcome to Taber Museum

The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society chronicles the history of our region from American Indian occupation through 20th century industry and life. Exhibits include an American Indian...

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Taber Museum Receives Grant from the First Community Foundation

The Taber has been informed that the museum shall soon receive a handsome sum from the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania for $33,000! This will support a project to upgrade the current...

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Upcoming Event: One-man play entitled “The Miner’s Tale”

Robert Thomas Hughes is scheduled to present his forty-minute, one man-play entitled ‘The Miner’s Tale’ on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 2pm at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society…

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“Lycoming at War”

The 2015 LCHS Journal is now here and available for sale at the Taber...

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‘Winter White’ comes to a close

‘Winter White’ is the title of the holiday exhibit at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society. The exhibit opened on December 5 and will continue through Saturday, January 17, 2015…

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Namesake Donates Muncy Encyclopedia to the Thomas T. Taber Museum

  Thomas T. Taber, III, of Muncy, has recently donated a copy of his...

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About LCHS

The Lycoming County Historical Society, founded in 1907, is a not-for-profit educational organization with a museum, library and archives. The purpose of LCHS is to discover, collect, preserve, and interpret the prehistorical, historical, and cultural heritage of Northcentral Pennsylvania.