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Centre County Historical Society [PA]

The Centre County Historical Society is the one of the oldest and largest of the country's historical organizations. The society is headquartered in the Centre Furnace Mansion, a former ironmaster's home that is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open as a historic house museum. In addition to the mansion, the society owns the Boogersburg School, a one-room schoolhouse that holds educational programs year round.

The society offers guided tours of the mansion and school, field trip programs, educational programs in the Boogersburg School, and a historical archives and library. The website offers visitor information, histories of the mansion, school, and society, information regarding all programs offered by the society, and an events calendar.

 
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