The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Community Videos
Bob Holliday looks at the Brandywine River and how it has it has shaped, and been shaped, by the people and business along its banks.

Dr. Anne E. Krulikowski from West Chester University presents "Utopia for Workers: Housing and Planned Industrial Communities."
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Ellen Endslow, Director of Collections at the Chester County Historical Society, presents a program about quilts made in Chester County.
Features James Stuber, author of "What if Things were Made in America Again: How Consumers Can Rebuild the Middle Class by Buying Things Made in American Communities."
J.P. & Kristian, Coatesville Youth Initiative 2017 summer interns at NISHM, look at the residents of Coatesville PA using photographs from the NISHM collections.
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Kristian & J.P., Coatesville Youth Initiative 2017 summer interns at NISHM, look at Coatesville PA businesses using photographs from the NISHM collections.
Local historian and world traveler Eugene DiOrio will be showing photographs from his trips to Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia, home to part of the Huston Family.
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Like many people World War I historian Bob Ford is a collector. But Bob isn’t just a collector of things from World War I. He is also a collector of the stories of the people of The War to End All Wars.
Christopher Densmore, Curator at the Friends Quaker Library at Swarthmore College presents “The Underground Railroad in Chester County.” NISHM welcomes Mr. Densmore in celebration of Black History Month!
Ranger Tom Simek and Friends of Hibernia's John Ross look at the history of the park through photographs.
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Join Gene DiOrio and his trusty slide projector as he continues to take us along on his 1968 trip to Great Britain. Along the way we will visit great estates, quaint villages, impressive cathedrals and other important familiar, and not so familiar, landmarks.
Eugene DiOrio shows slides and talks about his 1968 trip to Scotland.
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Author Bruce Mowday discusses his newest book.
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Nancy Webster discusses important Quaker women in Chester County.
A historical overview of the people and events that made the Delaware River the most important commercial waterway of the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Chester County historian Eugene DiOrio talks on the connection with Lukens Steel and the creation of the Chester Valley Bank.
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Dr tonya thames taylor from West Chester University will present the 2012 Black History Month lecture 'Fighting for Freedom: Civil War, Emancipation Proclamation, and the US Colored Troops'.

Gene DiOrio and his slide projector take us around the world by boat and train.
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The Coatesville Historic Commission's remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the murder of Edgar Rice and the lynching of Zachariah Walker.
Susannah Brody talks about her new book, Remembering Chester County, From Valley Forge to Coatesville.