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The Morgan Log House is more than just a house. It is history. It is education. It is community. But to do everything we do, we rely on the support of individuals like yourself.  

In 2019 we created an incredible exhibit, Leeches, Purging and Magic, the care and healing of the colonial body. This, in addition to our History Happy Hours, Mayhem at Morgan, Drop-In Workshops and our exciting new education beehives, made 2019 one to remember. Now we ask you to remember us, so that we can continue showcasing the past and building a future for this historic home.

Now we are getting ready for 2020. We are planning on creating an Eighteenth Century Maker’s space where people can learn historic trades and crafts, different specialized tours, workshops, and more. But we cannot do this without your support. We want to make Morgan Log House more engaging, more interactive and more inviting. Please make a year-end gift that will  allow our visitors to have a hands-on historical experience.

Our new special exhibit for 2020 will be “A Day in the Life of a Farmer.” Using the early twentieth century diaries of Towamencin farmer William Leister, we will educate adults and families about farming and local history at the beginning of the twentieth century. Please make a year-end gift that will help us create a wonderful exhibit for 2020.

Even the smallest donation can help keep history alive at the Morgan Log House!

As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Morgan Log House relies on the support of people like you to keep going! You can support the Log House many ways. You can become a member by clicking here, and you can also give a donation using the button below.

Your donation will go right towards programs, events, workshops, and maintenance of the Morgan Log House, to educate, inspire, and preserve history.

Without you, we are only a house. Help make Morgan Log House a home.

 

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