Are you interested in learning more about history and events which celebrate our rich past?
The following links may be if interest:
Nearby Places to Visit
Craven Hall & the John Fitch Steamboat Museum Located in nearby Warminster, this home was built between 1790-1945. The Steamboart Museum is dedicated to the inventor of the world’s first commercial steamboat.
Eight Arch Stone Bridge in Warwick, PA. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in May, 1984, this bridge is owned and maintained by the Warwick Township Historical Society. For more on the bridge, click here.
Graeme Park Located just a few miles west this park features the Keith House which is the only surviving residence of a colonial Pennsylvania Governor.
Horsham Preservation and Historical Association Based in Horsham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA, this organization is dedicated to identifying, studying, preserving and protecting the historical heritage, buildings and artifacts of the Horsham area.
Independence National Historic Park Located about 30 miles south of Moland you will find Independence Hall, Benjamin Franklin Museum and the Liberty Bell.
Valley Forge National Park Located about 30 miles east of Moland this park is the site of the 1777-78 Revolutionary War Encampment.
Washington Crossing Historic Park While in the area also consider visiting this park, where General Washington and troops crossed the Delaware on Christmass 1776, which is less than 20 miles from Moland House.
The William Tennent House This building was used as the home of William Tennent and his family in the early 18th century. There he taught, housed and fed students before and after his Log College was built.
David Library of the American Revolution The David Library is a specialized library for the period of 1750 to 1800.
Hartsville, PA This historical record of the Hart family of Philadelphia includes information related to the history of Hartsville from it’s formation through the early 1900’s. Moland House is located within the borders of Hartsville.
Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission This link takes you to the section for the Revolutionary War Militia Battalions & Companies from PA.
History of Bucks County From the USGenWeb Archives, this is the history of Bucks County from 1774-1783.
Sons of the American Revolution This is the website for the Pennsylvania Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
Daughters of the American Revolution This is the website for the Pennsylvania Society of the American Revolution.
Other Interesting Links
Visit Bucks County A guide to things to do, places to visit, and special events within Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
18th Century Bucks County – Pininterest Pininterest board for 18th Century History – Bucks County.