Memorial Day 2017

We remember those who served from Fallasburg on this Memoral Day.

It was a beautiful day to walk the groomed grounds of the cemetery at the Fallasburg pioneer village located above the historic settlement. 

The veterans’ graves were decorated with flags, and some had the US star designating World War II veterans.

The oldest grave was from the civil war belonging to Colonel Rummel. 

Up front by the fence is the village founder John W. Fallass grave and his wife Phebe.

World War II veteran’s grave

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Spring into the Past museum tour 

It was a great weekend for history during the annual Spring into the Past museum tour. Organized by the Tri-River Historical Museum network, the tour covered more than 30 museums in five counties.
Following are some highlights from the tour.

Tri-River Museums

It was a great weekend for the Spring into the Past museum tour that took place on May 6 & May 7.

More than 30 museums from five counties of the Tri-River Historical Museum Network participated in this signature annual event.

Following are some highlights from the  Bowne Township museum, the one-room schoolhouse and from the Fallasburg pioneer village.

For a complete list of Tri-River Historical Museums network go to:

http://www.addorio.com/TriRiver/TriRiverMuseumNetworkspringintopast.pd

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Spring into the Past museum tour 

You still have time to hop on the Spring into the Past museum tour today until 5 pm.

Pictured are Tracy Worthington and Tina Siciliano Cadwallader of Fallasburg Historical Society inside the Misner House Museum at the pioneer village. 

Most museums open as of this weekend. 

For a complete list of museums of the Tri- River Historical Museum Network see previous post Spring into the Past.

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