‘Man Who Would Be King’ had Chesco origin

‘History on Tap’  to explore John Harlan, inspiration for Rudyard Kipling The Marshalton Inn will be the venue for the Chester County Historical Society’s free “History on Tap” program on Tuesday, Jan. 21. A Chester County native whose adventures inspired “The Man Would Be King,” a short story by Rudyard Kipling, will be the focus of the next “History on Tap” program from...

Digging up facts about native Lenape in region

Archaeology expert to present “History on Tap” program  The Marshalton Inn will host a “History on Tap” program Monday night from the Chester County Historical Society. Celebrate Native American Heritage Month by learning about the life and ways of the native Lenape in the Brandywine Valley through archaeological discoveries, courtesy of the Chester County Historical Society...

County’s Historical Society hosting ‘History on Tap’

The Marshalton Inn will be the starting point for a free “History on Tap” program on Sept. 10 by the Chester County Historical Society. Free program will focus on Marshallton’s role in Battle of Brandywine On the eve of the anniversary of the Battle of the Brandywine – Sept. 11, 1777 – the Chester County Historical Society is inviting people to Marshallton to learn about...