What do you do when the lights go out, the sirens come on, and the bombs begin to fall? A public announcement from 1942 told Pennsylvanians how to survive.
Baseball fans from Upper Dauphin County gathered in Harrisburg in August 1919 to watch a local hero play for the Cincinnati Reds on City Island.
Here's how citizens celebrated "the glorious Fourth" in Lykens, Pennsylvania during the dark years of the American Civil War.
In May 1942, vast swaths of Central Pennsylvania went dark. Local air raid wardens planned blackout drills to prepare for enemy bombers.
A recently discovered photograph sheds light on the Civil War experience of a Pennsylvania soldier.
Wiconisco Township and Dauphin County go for Lincoln in the election that sparked the Civil War.
Anton Haake served in the Union Army during the Civil War. In 1869, his life came to a sad conclusion near Lykens, PA.
The Harrisburg Telegraph wished its readers a "Merry Christmas" while the country prepared for its fourth Christmas at war.
What happens when the soldiers of a state militia unit decide to disband upon the threat of war?