Welcome to The Millbrook Society.
The Millbrook Society is a non-profit organization that inspires passion about preserving and protecting the rich history of Hatboro and local communities.
We achieve our mission through three interrelated activities:
PRESERVATION…by collecting and maintaining artifacts, documents, manuscripts, maps.
PROTECTION…by archaeology, and recording and researching historical data on buildings and other assets.
EDUCATION…by presentations, programs, publications, reenactments and related activities.
19thAUGUSTCIVIL WAR SERIES, Program Three, "Living History!" Civil War Encampment, 28th PA Volunteer Infantry, Co. C" Meet the Captain and troops as they demonstrate many of the activities in a typical camp during the Civil War! All are welcome! Fun for the entire family! Free of charge (free-will donations appreciated!) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., front lawn of Hatboro Baptist Church, 32 N. York Rd.
The Millbrook Society is updating the room and dispay cases for the Amy B. Yerkes museum/collection! The Millbrook Society will be CLOSED Wednesday July 19th, Saturday, August 5th, and Saturday, September 2nd. Look for our Grand Re-opening annoucnement!
Announcing THE CIVIL WAR SERIES
The Millbrook Society's 2017 Education Programming presents "Hatboro and our region during the Civil War years." We are planning several interesting programs this year for the entire family! Our programs are open to the ALL! More information
Millbrook's Annual Meeting on May 10th kicked-off Millbrook's Civil War series. Meeting Recap
Give the Gift of History!
Are you looking for a special gift for for someone who also enjoys local history? Looking to enhance your own home collection? Check out what we have in store! Give the gift of history...and a wonderful way to LEARN about our local history and to help PRESERVE it!
Items are available to order online, by email or phone. They also often are available at our programs and events. Your purchase directly supports The Millbrook Society and our mission! (firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-957-1877)