Flu 1918: Greene County, Pennsylvania
The flu epidemic of 1918 impacted Greene County, Pennsylvania families in ways that are hauntingly familiar today as the world fights a similar battle in 2020.The Long and Sad Goodbye: World War I Families Wait to Bury Their Fallen Soldiers
On Memorial Day 1920, most WWI families were still waiting to bring their sons home for burial. Highlighting the circumstances of Greene County, Pennsylvania's fallen soldiers, this is a brief explanation of the reasons for the long delays.The Man Who Brought Football to Waynesburg College
In the fall of 1894, a 20-year-old transfer student arrived on the Waynesburg College campus bringing with him a passion for a new pastime. He raised the $5.25 to buy a football and then began to recruit his classmates.Love Stories in Shades of Greene
Romance genealogy-style, as we share the tales of courtship from a handful of Greene County, Pennsylvania family histories.That's Our Henry!
With a face a descendant is ready to love, Henry Bowler’s photograph prompted a search that added a “peculiar” and remarkable personality to his preserved pose.