Corry Area Historical Society, Inc.
Leon Sam Briggs of the Tonawanda Seneca of the Hawk Clan, discussed the local history of the Haudenosaunee (Seneca, Mohawk, Oneidas, Cayuga's, and Onondagas) in the territories and their way of life and where we are today. History, culture, economics, a traditional way of life, and my cultural teaching from the United States and how that effects everyone today was discussed in 2023.
Alan & Alyssa Royek and family have worked professionally, diligently, and passionately to ensure that the Royek Farm and Till Top Creamery remain active and profitable. The Royek farm has been designated as a Century Farm and has also been classified as a Dairy of Distinction. Their presentation in 2023 was quite the success.
John Wood hosted a Q & A session on the Clough Farm (Spring Valley Farms) in Spring Creek, PA in 2023. The event was well attended and very informative!
Answering The Call--Erie County in World War One - 2023
We welcome new members and volunteers as we are making new plans for projects and events. Our Mission is to collect and preserve (or present to the Historical Museum Building) any article or articles pertaining to the history of the Corry Area, which encompasses the Corry Area School District. In addition, we would like to acknowledge the work of the volunteers who work on the archives and more on Thursdays and all of the Board members. Many volunteers and visitors give their time, talent, and donations to support the museum. We have a great organization and wonderful community! There is no admission fee to enter the museum. We always appreciate a donation, although none is expected. We rely on the generosity of the community and guests.