The Knoxville Public Library will have a Native American Series for Local History. The dates are as follows:
February 24, 6 p.m. — Mr. Chris Collum, History Teacher at Williamson Junior/Senior High, will share new theories about Pre-European Native American presence in the Americas through artifacts and the written record.
March 7, 1 p.m. – Mr. David Castano, President of the Potter County Historical Society, will speak on the Native American presence in the Cowanesque Valley. This will include the village of Pasigachkunk and occupation by Delaware and Seneca peoples. A brief history of the Post&Hays and Zeisburger Moravian Missions, and the discovery of Jesuit artifacts, near Westfield, will be discussed.
Our annual fund drive was a success! Generous donations have been received from the Knoxville-Deerfield Volunteer Fire Department, Craig and Cindy Evans, Brookfield Township, Rhoda Morrisroe, Grant and MaryLou Gehman, Michael and Victoria Parsons, Don Tubbs, Brian and Cheryl Edgcomb, and John Griggs. Donating to the library enables us to continue to have quality programs.