Category Archives: Danville Green

Danville Post Office Dedication Video, April 18, 2015

A video of the Dedication of the Danville Post Office, naming it after Thaddeus Stevens, is posted on YouTube at the following link: Danville Post Office Dedication. It was posted by Ross Hetrick, President of the Thaddeus Stevens Society.

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Thaddeus Stevens Post Office renaming program

FINAL PROGRAM w BG (1)

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Bringing the Bank to Danville, Part one

A History of the Bank of Caledonia and Caledonia National  Bank By Patty Conly, President of the Danville Historical Society Imagine what life must have been like for the early pioneers following their arrival to this area, a virgin wilderness … Continue reading ?

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A Woman of Uncommon Generosity–Mary Elizabeth Goff Robinson

By Sharon Lakey, Danville Historical Society “Until I began to compile lifelong information, I didn’t realize the full range of gifts Meg was giving to others throughout her life, without the slightest wish for praise.” Charles A. Robinson, 2013 On July … Continue reading ?

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Saving history, one building at a time

Masonic Hall Renovation Goes Forward on Danville Green By Sharon Lakey It takes a commitment to keep a town’s history alive, and Danville’s Masons of Washburn Lodge #92 appear to be in it for the long haul. The big, brick … Continue reading ?

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Granite post to honor Thaddeus Stevens as part of the Green project

Andy Wasserman, the lead artist on the Danville Green project, was impressed by the movie Lincoln and the part Thaddeus Stevens played in the passage of the 13th Amendment that made slavery constitutionally illegal in the United State. She decided … Continue reading ?

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Thaddeus Stevens in the Limelight–Early Life in Danville

By Paul Chouinard Thaddeus Stevens has recently been featured in Steven Spielberg’s, Lincoln, released nationwide on November 16, 2012, and was nominated for twelve Oscar nominations. In Spielberg’s film, based on American historian Doris Kearns Goodwin’s, Team of Rivals: The … Continue reading ?

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Public invitation from Danville Masons Sunday, April 7

Danville’s Masonic Hall receives historic preservation grant Washburn Masonic Lodge#92, located on beautiful Danville Green for the past 119 years, is pleased to announce a historical Preservation Grant made possible by a partnership between the Freeman Foundation and the Preservation … Continue reading ?

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Aaron Hartshorn Grave Dedication held on July 29

At a lovely ceremony in the Danville Center Cemetery, located at the top of Danville on Dole Hill, two groups came together to honor one of Danville’s founding families–Aaron and Zuruiah Hartshorn. How they came to do so is in … Continue reading ?

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Margaret Springer honored in Danville

  On June 2, 2012, Margaret C. Springer was honored at a service in Danville Green cemetery with a memorial reception following at the Danville Historical Society. In 1968, Margaret and her husband, Judge Lewis E. Springer, Jr., moved to … Continue reading ?

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