​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​TOWAMENCIN HISTORY 

Franklin Street homes, Kulpsville, Pa. circa 1907.

Seen above, is the historic Lukens spring house in 1935, prior to restoration.  Today it is part of the Dock Mennonite Academy campus. The spring house restored is seen below.

Title compartment from George Lukens' 1809-1810 diary book.

A ​19th century secretary bookcase from the old Kulpsville Mill, sometimes referred to as Hedricks Mill.  Today the historic mill is restored and is a restaurant appropriately called The Mill.

The Bustard Road bridge over the Towamencin Creek.

Tennis Lukens Cemetery along the Allentown Road in Towamencin Township.  Oldest headstone circa 1741.

Scott's 1871 Map of Towamencin Township.


George Lukens' diary page for Thursday June 22, 1809.  George's wife Esther churned butter today.

Tin oil can from W. B. Kulp's store in Kulpsville.

Stone Woodland Period ax found along the Towamencin Creek. 

Towamencin Township Map 1871