Questions about Attending
Cumberland Pathways Family History and Genealogy Conference
October 20-22, 2017
Registration ends Oct. 13th
Our ancestors sought a place to live in dignity and to fulfill a dream.
For centuries, Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley was a pathway toward this dream.
You will find your family story at the Cumberland Pathways conference in Carlisle, PA.
The Army Heritage Center Foundation supports the United States Army History and Education Center (USAHEC). The Center preserves the memories of Soldiers' and their Families, honors their service, and helps educate the public about the Army's and its Soldiers' contributions to the Nation
"Telling the Army Story... One Solider at a Time."
Located inside the unique History on High Shop in downtown Carlisle, the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center has everything you need to plan your trip to Cumberland Valley, PA including directions, suggestions and recommendations. There are brochures on arts and entertainment, area attractions, dining and lodging, outdoor recreation, and shopping.Visit CVVB's Website
Dickinson College was chartered six days after the end of the American Revolution, making it the first college to be founded in the new United States. It would grow to become one of America's prominent liberal arts colleges. Since its inception, it has created records related to its student body and are stored in its archives. They offer clues for family historians.Visit Dickinson's Website
One of America’s oldest historical societies, its extensive collections encompass more than 350 years. HSP's large family history library includes material from every state east of the Mississippi, preeminent printed collections on Pennsylvania history, and has become a chief center for documentation of over 70 ethnic and immigrant communities.Visit HSP's Website