The Jacobsburg Record

The Record is the official publication of the Jacobsburg Historical Society, and it has been published continuously since 1973. Now published three times per year, each issue usually contains research articles as well as news and general information.

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Some issues were misnumbered when published. This index provides a consistent numbering system, though it may not correspond to the numbering on the printed issue itself.

Number Issue Date Content
Vol. 1, No. 2 March 1973 First newsletter: Introduction [despite being identified as No. 2]
Vol. 1, No. 3 Unknown Excavation progress report; negotiation of lease for Henry Homestead; committee formed to begin demolition of Ferretti and other barns
Vol. 2, No. 1 January 1974 Membership growth to greater than 260 members
Vol. 2, No. 2 March 1974 Archeology program begins
Vol. 2, No. 3 June 1974 Existence of tannery verified
Vol. 2, No. 4 July 1974 Progress report: Jacobsburg dig
Vol. 2, No. 5 August 1974 Death of Mrs. Mary Stites at age 101; Research article: William Henry advises workers of contract for muskets – (12.13.1797) (Albert Toth)
Vol. 2, No. 6 September 1974 Lease approved for the Old Homestead; Passing of Buck Hemphill; Passing of William E. Henry, age 98; Research article: Use of coal vs. charcoal in the production of gun barrels (Albert Toth)
Vol. 2, No. 7 October 1974 Field Journal: Excavation of tanning vats
Vol. 2, No. 8 December 1974 Jacobsburg Historic District approved for inclusion in PA Historic Register
Vol. 3, No. 1 January 1975 Field Journal: Artifacts found at dig site; Research article: Genealogy of Matthew S. Henry
Vol. 3, No. 2 Feb.-March 1975 Research article: Jacob Hubler (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 3, No. 3 April 1975 Garden projects to include an herb garden; Mary Henry Stites to begin sharing Henry family recipes and “cooking techniques in earlier days”; Henry Family Recipe: Drop Cakes
Vol. 3, No. 4 May 1975 First open house held at the Henry Homestead; Improvements for the path to the spring;
Vol. 3, No. 5 June 1975 Acquisition of 1860 map of Northampton County; restoration of Homestead driveway completed; Henry Family Recipe: Boulton Chocolate Custard
Vol. 3, No. 6 July-August 1975 Porch floor to be replaced at the Homestead; Henry Family Recipe: Buckeye Cake
Vol. 3, No. 7 September 1975 Henry Family Recipe: Reception Chocolate c1890
Vol. 3, No. 8 Oct.-Nov. 1975 Research Article: Historical Notes on Filetown (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 3, No. 9 Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976 Field Journal: Tannery excavation progress report (Virginia Lopresti); Information on 1815 land acquisition by William Henry; Research Article: Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Regimental Flags (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article: Fuel for the Forges
Vol. 3, No. 10 February 1976 Accumulation of material for museum begins; Research Article: Jacobsburg and Oral History (Robert Newell); Research Article: Benade House History (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Henry Family Recipe: Moravian Sugar Cake
Vol. 3, No. 11 March 1976 Research Article: Benade House and William H. Benade (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Henry Family Recipe: Dandelion Wine; Henry Family Recipe: Brandied peaches
Vol. 3, No. 12 April 1976 Research Article: The John Jacob Christ Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Henry Family Recipe: “Mrs. Paul’s Number 4 Dessert Sauce”
Vol. 4, No. 1 May 1976 Design layout finalized for Jacobsburg Park; Research Article: Labor vs. management 1835 (Robert Newell); Henry Family Recipe: Ambrosia
Vol. 4, No. 2 June 1976 Research Article: Dorst Alleman and his Descendents (Martin A. Smith)
Vol. 4, No. 3 July-August 1976 Archeology Project Update; Research Article: Jacob Eyerley, Esq. (Charles Sandwick, Sr.); Memoir for Miss Harriet Louise Henry
Vol. 4, No. 4 September 1976 Field Journal: Archeology Artifacts Update (Virginia Lopresti); Article:  SEED: Sites for Environmental Educational Development
Vol. 4, No. 5 Oct.-Nov. 1976 Research Article: The Henry Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 5, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1977 Field Journal: Map of work and restoration areas; Research Article: More About the Henry Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 5,  No. 2 March 1977 Field Journal: Analysis of artifacts found at the Jacobsburg dig site; Research Article: William Henry, III, Founder of Scranton (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 5, No. 3 April 1977 Research Article: Historical significance of the Old Homestead; Research Article: The Wolle Branches of the Henry Descendents (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 5, No. 4 May–June 1977 Research Article: Did you Know? Belfast (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 5, No. 5 July-August 1977 Supplemental information to the Belfast article in the previous edition; Research Article: Aubrey B. Wolle
Vol. 5, No. 6 Sept.-Oct. 1977 Homestead pond reconstruction; Field Journal: Archeology summary report
Vol. 5, No. 7 Nov.-Dec. 1977 Henry Family Holiday reminiscences (Mary Henry Stites); Henry Family Recipe: Black Walnut Drops; Henry Family Recipe: New Year’s Cake; Research Article: Matthew Schropp Henry and the Catherine Furnace (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 6, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1978 Article: Little room next to the duck pond (Albert M. Toth); Henry Family Reminisces: Storage of food in Cellars and Smokehouse (Mary Henry Stites); Henry Family Recipe: dried sweet corn; Field Journal: Excavation of Matthew S. Henry Home (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 6, No. 2 March-April 1978 Historic Preservation Funds ($40,000) for Henry Homestead; Henry Family Recipe: Boiled dressing for salad; Henry Family Recipe – Mayonnaise; Field Journal: Excavation of Matthew S. Henry Home (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: Using a steam Jenny to store ice in the ice house (Albert M. Toth); Research Article: Life of Matthew Schropp Henry (cont’d) (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 6, No. 3 May-June 1978 Reminiscences and Recipes – preparing rhubarb dessert and rhubarb pipe (Mary Henry Stites); Research Article: Construction of the Henry Gun Factory (1792-1796) (Albert M. Toth); Research Article: Ethan Allen Weaver, Preserver of History (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Excavation Update: Matthew S. Henry Home (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 6, No. 4 July-August 1978 Francis Kocher arrowhead collection displayed; Research Article: Construction of Henry Gun Factory (1792-1796) cont’d (Albert M. Toth); Research Article: The Weygandt Ancestry of Ethan Allen Weaver (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Article: Clarification of Terminology Used in Historical Preservation (Michael J. Ripton)
Vol. 6, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1978 Henry Family Recipes: “Salmagundi”; Research Article: Nathaniel Michler and the Jacobsburg Inn (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 6, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1978 Henry Family Reminiscences: Christmas; Henry Family Recipe: Mince Meat; Roy Barnhart, coin collector; Research Article: Jacob Hubler of Jacobsburg and His Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 7, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1979 1978 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article:  The Innkeepers of Jacobsburg (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 7, No. 2 March-April 1979  Fond Memories of the Henry Family (Annie M. Balop Roth); 1978 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 7, No. 3 May-June 1979 Research Article:  Occupations in Early Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 7, No. 4 July-August 1979 Research Article: Jacobsburg’s Black Citizens (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Boulton Reminiscences: Summer Picnics (Mary Henry Stites); Research Article: William Henry III (Reed Laurence Engle)
Vol. 7, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1979 Reminiscences: Fall at Boulton (Mary Henry Stites); Henry Family Recipe: Cider making; Research Article: Jacob Cope of Jacobsburg (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 7, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1979 Research Article: Construction of original additions to the log house (Reed Laurence Engle)
Vol.  8, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1980 1785 New Hampshire Colony coin found at Homestead site; Field Journal: Summer 1979 (Virginia Lopresti); Purchase of 1889 Henry phaeton carriage; Research Article: Some Descendents of John and Elizabeth (Henry) Jordan (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article: Recollections of William Henry III (John Woolf Jordan)
Vol. 8, No. 2 March-April 1980 1979 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti);  Research Article: How Shall we say Benade? (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article: An Anecdote of Benedict Benade (John Woolf Jordan)
Vol. 8, No. 3 May-June 1980 1980 Archeological Field Notes (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article:  The Ancestry of William Henry-Part I (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 8, No. 4 July-August 1980 Passing of Catherine Skeath Beers, society president since 1972; Henry Homestead – report on first open house; Donation of 1832 sampler by Maria Wolle from “the Nitschke Girls (cousins of Mary Henry Stites); Research Article: The Ancestry of William Henry- Part II (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 8, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1980 Research Article:  William Henry Discovered Benjamin West (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Archeology Report: timeline of events from 1972 to 1980 (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 8, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1980 William Henry Atherton gives an early 19th century Henry rifle to the Society from his private collection; Archeology report (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article:  William Henry’s Wartime Guests (1777) (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 9, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1981 Mary Henry Stites named “Directress Emerita”; Continuation of 1980 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti)
Vol. 9, No. 2 March-April 1981 Field Journal: Old Mill Digs 1980 (Virginia and Joseph Lopresti); Research Article: Archeology of subsequent alterations to William Henry’s Original Structure (Reed Laurence Engl); Research Article: Tom Paine and the Henry Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 9, No. 3 May-June 1981 Field Journal: Old Mill Digs: Summer 1980 (Joseph A. and Virginia F. Lopresti); Research Article: James Henry, Patriarch of Boulton (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 9, No. 4 July-August 1981 Research Article:  Introducing the Families of Alleman, Colver and Edmonds (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 9, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1981 Society By-Laws published
Vol. 9, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1981 Carriage House repairs; Research Article: Tracing the Colver Family to Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 10,  No. 1 Jan.-Feb.1982 Society receives James Henry books from Moravian College: Lord of the Ides and Sketches of Moravian Life anad Character; Field Journal: Report 1981 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Colver Family of Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 10,  No. 2 March-April 1982 Archeological Report: Summer 1981 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Alleman Family of Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick Sr.)
Vol. 10, No. 3 May-June 1982 Archeological Report: Summer 1981 (cont’d) (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Village of Filetown (Matthew Schropp Henry); Research Article: The Family of Matthaeus and Marie Alleman (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 10, No. 4 July-August 1982 Field Journal 1981 (cont’d) (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article:  Introduction to the Fehr Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article: The Village of Cherry Hill (Matthew Schropp Henry)
Vol. 10, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1982 Field Journal 1981 (cont’d) (Virginia Lopresti); Changes to Society’s by-laws recommended; Research Article: Some Descendents of John and Eva Fehr (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article:  The Village of Jacobsburg (Matthew Schropp Henry)
Vol. 10, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1982 Field Journal 1982 (Virginia Lopresti); Three Henry rifles purchased and collection now totals four; Research Article: Eva Fehr’s pension Application (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article: Some Descendents of John and Eva Fehr (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1983 Society acquires 5th Henry rifle; 1982 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: Introducing the Ward Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 2 March-April 1983 1982 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: Continuing Research on the Ward Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 3 May-June 1983 1982 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Family of Michael Ward (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 4 July-August 1983 Primitive Encampment: Benade House; 1982 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: Samuel, Abraham and William Ward (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 5 Sept. – Oct. 1983 Research Article: Whatever Became of Rosina Gold? (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 11, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1983 1983 Field Journal (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Gold Family in Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 12, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1984 Research Article: Some Descendents of George and Rosina Gold (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 12, No. 2 March–April 1984 Field Journal 1983 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: Christian Gold’s Children and Grandchildren (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 12, No. 3 May-June 1984 Field Journal 1983 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Pioneer of Jacobsburg (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 12,  No. 4 July-August 1984 Field Journal 1983 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Edmonds Family in Bushkill Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Research Article:  The Homestead Barn (Reed Laurence Engle, et al.)
Vol. 12, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1984  A 12-year-old Looks Back (Reflections on 12 years of JHS) (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 12, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1984 Field Journal 1984 (Virginia Lopresti); Finding of 1827, 1 cent coin; How it All Began –The Birth of JHS (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1985 Research Article: The Early Jacobsburg Purchases (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 2 March-April 1985 Research Article: Filetown Revisited (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 3 May-June 1985 Research Article: Preview of an Introduction (book release) (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 4 July-August 1985 Autograph day for Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.’s new book: Jacobsburg; Research Article: Trapped between Two Calendars (Abraham and Maria Steiner) (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1985 Research Article: More About the Steiner Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 13, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1985 Research Article: More About the Steiner Family, Part 2 (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); JHS receives an anonymous gift of items totaling $9,745.00; Listing of items received on page 6 of this issue.
Vol. 14, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1986 A Salute to the Lopresti’s: 1985 conclusion of archeological digs; Field Journal 1985 (Virginia Lopresti); Research Article: The Family of Gottlieb Stauber (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 14, No. 2 March-April 1986 Benade Haus Report (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: Introducing the Beitel Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 14, No. 3 May-June 1986 Benade Haus Report (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: Some Descendents of Christian Frederick Beiter (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 14, No. 4 July-August 1986 Benade Haus Report (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: Some Descendents of Gottlieb Demuth (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 14, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1986 Reflections from the Environmental Education Center (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: The Bassler Family of Old Plainfield Township (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 14, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1986 The passing of Margaret H. Taylor, the Society’s first treasurer and second Directress Emerita; Benade Haus Report (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: More About the Bassler Family (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 15, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1987 Benade Haus Report (Earl Van Norman); Research Article: Some Called it Henry’s Church (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 15, No. 2 March-April 1987 Research Article: Introducing the Times of Jacob and Abraham Heller (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 15, No. 3 May-June 1987 Research Article: Heller Family Ancestry (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Correction to Abraham Heller article from XV, No. 2 (March/April 1987); Gun Collection Update: Society now possesses 17 long guns, one of which is a Henry flintlock on permanent loan; Recent addition is a Henry flintlock military pistol (1830)
Vol. 15, No. 4 June-July 1987 Donation of grindstone by Jim Weller; Donation of foot powered wood turning lathe by Evelyn Granada; Research Article: Some Ancestors of William March Michler (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 15, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1987 Research Article: Some Descendents of Melchoir Schlamp (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 15, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1987 Research Article: Family of Captain Jacob Heller (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 16, No. 1 Sept.-Oct. 1988 Research Article: The Family of Lieutenant Abraham Heller and the John Heller Puzzle (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.)
Vol. 16, No. 2 Nov.-Dec. 1988
Vol. 17, No. 1 March–April 1989
Vol. 17, No. 2 Oct.-Nov. 1989 Tribute to Mary Henry Stites 1907-1989 (Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); Additions to the Armory (Bob Newell)
Vol. 18, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1990
Vol. 18, No. 2 March-April 1990 Organization of JHS Speakers’ Bureau
Vol. 18, No. 3 May-June 1990 Deed transferring ownership of JJH House signed to JHS on April 3, 1990. Transfer included mid-eighteenth-century stone house at 416 Henry Road
Vol. 18, No. 4 July-August 1990
Vol. 18, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1990 Deed received for JJH House: August 16, 1990
Vol. 18, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1990 Passing of Steve Kalmar, Homestead tenant and caretaker; Weatherly clock repaired and now operational (it had not run in 20 years)
Vol. 19, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1991
Vol. 19, No. 2 March-April 1991 Evidence located that pocket doors between parlors were installed in 1884. Also confirms conversion of pantry to a dining room during same year.
Vol. 19, No. 3 May-June 1991 A .54 caliber flintlock Naval style belt pistol added to the collection.  “J. Henry” is etched on the lock plate.
Vol. 19, No. 4 July-August 1991
Vol. 19, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1991 Sheaf of papers found in furnace room covering the period from the late 1700s to 1870s.  Handwritten pages deal mostly with various mills along the Bushkill.  Includes notes on canal activity and railroad expansion.
Vol. 19, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1991 American Heritage Camporee: Boy Scouts of America attended by 500 scouts
Vol. 20, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1992 Jim Shedlauskas to complete small wood scale model of Boulton and surrounding grounds.
Vol. 20, No. 2 March-April 1992
Vol. 20, No. 3 May-June 1992 Garden Arbor restored
Vol. 20, No. 4 July-August 1992 Acquisition of Henry under-hammer rifle
Vol. 20, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1992
Vol. 20, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1992
Vol. 21, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1993
Vol. 21, No. 2 March-April 1993 Research Article: Henry’s Forge: The Benade House
Vol. 21, No. 3 May-June 1993
Vol. 21, No. 4 July-August 1993 The Gunnery Corner: Two (2) Henry firearms acquired
Vol. 21, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1993 New gifts, including an anvil and a reproduction of a painting of William Henry II.
Vol. 21, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1993 Article: Rambling 20-Year Reflections (Joseph DiGerlando); Passing of Joseph A. Lopresti; Research Article:  Dating Henry Guns by Barrel and Lock Markings (Jim Shedlauskas)
Vol. 22, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1994 Adult and children’s gardening programs to be held February through June 1994
Vol. 22, No. 2 March-April 1994 The Gunnery Corner – Lock Markings for Model 1808 William Henry Muskets (Tim Lubenesky)
Vol. 22, No. 3 May-June 1994 Opportunity received to purchase six (6) under-hammer Henry pistols (the only ones known to exist) at a total cost of $6,700
Vol. 22, No. 4 July-August 1994 Research Article: The Margaret Taylor Room and Artifacts – Charlotte Sayre
Vol. 22,  No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1994  1994 Gun Makers Fair at Dixon (Tim and Terri Lubenesky)
Vol. 22, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1994
Vol. 23, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1995 Donations received in the amount of $7,125 to purchase the six (6) rare underhammer Henry pistols. Acquisition has been made.  Fund to remain open for future acquisitions.
Vol. 23, No. 2 March-April 1995 New chief groundskeeper.
Vol. 23, No. 3 May-June 1995 Ronald Gabel locates another under-hammer pistol at a gun show. Of eight (8) known pieces of this type, the Society now owns seven (7); Matthew Krause portrait repaired, cleaned and varnished; Public Program: Iron: From Furnace to Firearms (July 15, 1995)
Vol. 23, No. 4 July-August 1995 Child’s presentation cup marked “Joseph” located in the top shelf of a cupboard.  This is the only known artifact connected with John Joseph Henry, son of James and brother of Granville; Shekomeko or Weguagnach?: Information on an oil painting in the Society’s possession; Information on the papier maché table.
Vol. 23, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1995 Exhibits in the Margaret Taylor Room; Dr. Stites’s Limited Edition Club volumes.
Vol. 23, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1995 Passing of Walter Peters; Research Article: Origin of the name “Boulton” and labor relations, taken from an 1890 unsigned, undated, unfinished manuscript from either James or Granville Henry (Donald R. Repsher)
Vol. 24, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1996 Blacksmith Shop opens in the Duck House
Vol. 24, No. 2 March-April 1996 Letter from Gustav A. Reichel to Granville Henry dated 12.17.1890 refers to Bügel (trigger guard)
Vol. 24, No. 3 May-June 1996 Passing of Kathryn M. Schlamp; Display panels received from PPL, Allentown; Research Article: J.J. Henry’s Ties to Peter Kuntz (Richard J. Hujsa)
Vol. 24, No. 4 July-August 1996 Inventory of firearms currently on display in the Homestead
Vol. 24, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1996 Passing of Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.; Research Article: Letter from William Henry to Cousin John Woolf Jordan while in Paris (Don Repsher)
Vol. 24, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1996 Research Article: A Christmas Story by William Henry III (Don Repsher)
Vol. 25, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1997 JHS publishes its third book: Creeks, Dams and Mills of the Upper Bushkills by Claude Jones; Research Article: James Henry and His Cousins – (Donald Repsher) Includes reference to a letter dated 10.28.1875 from Francis Jordan to James Henry written on paper 1” wide and 785” long
Vol. 25, No. 2 March-April 1997 Archive work and Transcription Report (Don Repsher); Transcriptions are now complete for the following: Documents relating to James Henry of Detroit 1791-1812, Journals of soldiers on winter 1775-1776 expedition to Quebec, Government contract dated 2.16.1814 for swivels and muskets, Correspondence between Edward Armstrong and William Henry III (1840 relating to coal/iron forge business in Scranton), Correspondence of Henry Drinker and William Henry III from 1840 to 1850, Stories of “Old Nazareth” written by John Woolf Jordan(1894)
Vol. 25, No. 3 May- – June 1997 The Interpreters’ Corner: Introduction (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 25, No. 4 July-August 1997 The Interpreters’ Corner: The Bushkill Creek (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 25, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1997 Governor Tom Ridge visits JHS; Boudine House added to management; The Interpreters’ Corner: Reminiscences of Jim Tavianini, one of the last residents of Jacobsburg (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 25, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1997 The Interpreters’ Corner: 20th Anniversary of the Jacobsburg Historic District’s nomination into the National Register of Historic Places (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 26, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1998
Vol. 26, No. 2 March-April 1998 Comments on Memories of Old Nazareth by John Woolf Jordan 1894; Don Repsher locates a scrapbook of Jordan’s articles 1740-1840
Vol. 26, No. 3 May-June 1998
Vol. 26, No. 4 July-August 1998 The Interpreters’ Corner: Bodine House Used as an Interim Visitor Center (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 26, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1998 Reminiscences of Boulton: Preparing for Winter (Mary Henry Stites); Information on stable and carriage house
Vol. 26, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1998 Winter Sleigh Rides by John Woolf Jordan (1894) (taken from Society publication Memories of Old Nazareth)
Vol. 27, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 1999 Research Article: Henry’s Woods, transcribed from writings of James Henry (Donald R. Repsher)
Vol. 27, No. 2 March-April 1999 The Interpreters’ Corner: Society Programming and Cultural Partnerships (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 27, No. 3 June-July 1999 Typed copy made of 1891 diary of Mary Adeline Henry contains list of Henry family events, including 27 picnics during July and August 1891; Picnic basket found containing cutlery, cups, and plates; A white carriage gate at the bend of Henry Road was used to gain access to the picnic grounds.
Vol. 27, No. 4 July-August 1999 The Interpreters’ Corner: Comparison of the 1874 Beers’ Atlas of Northampton County with the 1997 Bushkill Township Community Information Guide (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 27, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1999 Book list of publications either published by JHS or its authors are Society members
Vol. 27, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1999 Obituary of William Henry III as published in The Scranton Republican (Donald R. Repsher)
Vol. 28, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 2000 The Interpreter’s Corner: Boulton Heritage Walk & Structural Evolution of the Homestead (Jim Wilson); Passing of Ellis Neuner; Passing of James E. Henry; From our Files: Letters of introduction carried to Europe by James Henry and an 1857 letter from James to his wife, Mary, upon his departure for Europe; Excerpt from Mary Adeline Henry’s diary pertaining to her trip to Washington DC in 1891 (Donald R. Repsher)
Vol. 28, No. 2 March-April 2000 The Interpreter’s Corner: Winter Harvest at Jacobsburg (ice carving and the Boulton Ice Company at Henry’s Dam) (Jim Wilson); Tribute to Ellis Neuner (Phil Schroeder)
Vol. 28, No. 3 May-June 2000 Opening of the Henry Homestead Longrifle Heritage Museum; The Interpreter’s Corner: Fire at the Henry’s Church on Belfast Road and brief church history (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28, No. 4 July-August 2000 The Interpreter’s Corner –  Summary of completed history projects: 11-minute video history tour; completed wayside exhibits on the Henry Heritage Walk; 10’x3’ wall mural for the Visitor’s Center (Jim Wilson); From our Files: Closing of the Gun Factory (Donald R. Repsher)
Vol. 28, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 2000 The Interpreter’s Corner: Role of the Henrys in the development of the slate quarrying business and the use of slate in business and construction (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 2000 Research Article: Letter dated 2.18.1877 from A.M. Altemose to James Henry; Thoughts on Barrel Shrinking (Earl Van Norman); Reminiscences from Boulton: Christmas (Mary Henry Stites)
Vol. 28a, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 2001 The Interpreters’ Corner : The Henry Family in the Civil War (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28a, No. 2 March-April 2001 The Interpreters’ Corner: Pennsylvania Long Rifle, the Henry Family, and the Long Rifle Museum Project (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28a, No. 3 May-June 2001 Research Article: “You Saved My Life:  I Shall Not Forget” (Big White Owl) (Jasper Hill, Curator Moravian Mission House, Bothwell, Ontario); The Interpreter’s Corner: Old Growth Forests and the foresight of the Henry family for their Preservation (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28a, No. 4 July-August 2001 The Interpreter’s Corner: 10th Bushkill Stream Festival and Programming at the Henry’s Forge Historic Site (Jim Wilson); Research Article: Excerpts from Household Expenses, Boulton Landing (John Joseph Henry House)
Vol. 28a, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 2001 The Interpreters’ Corner: The Bushkill Creek and its Watershed (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 28a, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 2001 The Interpreters’ Corner: Historical Society Archives and Photographic Collection (Jim Wilson)
Vol. [29], No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 2002 Robert Frick donates a forty-two (42) volume collection of “Keepsake Books”; Research Article: Horseback Rides of William Henry III (excerpts from an autobiographical letter from William Henry III to his nephew, James Henry dated 10.10.1874)
Vol. [29], No. 2 March-April 2002 165-year-old English Elm trees succumb to Dutch Elm disease; The Interpreters’ Corner: 250th anniversary of Northampton County (includes information on William Henry II moving gun-making enterprise from Lancaster to Northampton County in 1776 via the Moravian Church) (Jim Wilson); William Henry’s role in the transportation of anthracite coal on the Lehigh River.
Vol. 29, No. 3 May-June 2002 The passing of John J. Schlamp; The Interpreters’ Corner: James Henry and Forestry (Jim Wilson); Research Article: William Henry of Nazareth and the Beginnings of the Anthracite Industry in Carbon County, PA (Donald Repsher)
Vol. 29, No. 4 July-August 2002 JJH House front parlor and original dining room had unfinished flooring, indicating wall to wall carpeting was originally installed in 1832.
Vol. 29, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 2002 The Interpreter’s Corner: Treaty of Renewed Brotherhood signed on 8.24.2002 between Jacobsburg Historical Society, Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center, The Lenape Nation and the Delaware River Greenway Partnership (Jim Wilson)
Vol. 29, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 2002 The Interpreter’s Corner: Information on the slate industry in Northampton County (from a 1927 publication by Charles H. Behre, Jr.) (Jim Wilson) 
Vol. 30, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 2003 Henry’s Church celebrates 175 years; JHS archives and records management receives State funding
Vol. 30, No. 2 March-April 2003 JHS celebrates 30th Anniversary; JHS to receive grant for Henry Homestead Museum exhibits; Ann Wood Henry remembered in honor of Women’s History month; Henry firearms and the Lewis and Clark expedition; Passing of Matthew Krause Morris
Vol. 30, No. 3 May-June 2003 Article: Market reach of Henry firearms; Nicholas Hawk Gun Shop relocated; Research Article: Converting Austrian-made rifles to Henry-made shotguns: Boulton business savvy in the post Civil War Era
Vol. 30, No. 4 July-August 2003 Firearms exhibits completed; Biographical Sketch: Granville Henry; City of Easton donates to JHS the original 1914 deed which conveys Jacobsburg lands to the South Easton Water Company
Vol. 30, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 2003 Passing of Albert “Mickey” Toth; $30,000 grant received for museum exhibits
Vol. 30, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 2003 Christmas Celebrations of the Henry family:  Second Christmas Day” (Mary Henry Stites); Application for Phase III project funding for Archives and Records preservation; The Henry-Killbuck story “of incomparable love and friendship” is remembered in honor of Native American History Month.
Vol. 31, No. 1 Jan.-Feb. 2004 Bill Atherton, Today’s William Henry of Boulton”; Two (2) segments on Jacobsburg featured on RCN Cable TV; The Ahry Family of Jacobsburg remembered in honor of Black History Month.
Vol. 31, No. 2 March-April 2004 Ladies of Jacobsburg: Mary Adeline Henry Stites and Mary Henry Stites celebrated in honor of Women’s History Month; Partnership with Easton Heritage Alliance for 1753 Bachman Publick House; Jacobsburg to participate in 225th anniversary of Sullivan’s march from Easton to the Battle of Newtown, NY
Vol. 31, No. 3 May-June 2004 From Jacobsburg to Harrisburg” (Jim Wilson); Research Article: Ethan Allen Weaver
Vol. 31, No. 4 July-August 2004  “History Lesson” (Mark Shellaway); PA Secretary of DCNR Michael DiBernardinis visits Jacobsburg
Vol. 31, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 2004 Boulton Heritage Walk completed; Historical photographs published (c.1920): Boulton Gunworks, Pedestrian Bridge, Sobers Run Bridge
Vol. 31, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 2004 Heritage programming review; Research Article: The Grand Inn of Jacobsburg
Vol. 32, No. 1 May 2005 KNBT grant for J. Joseph Henry house
Vol. 32, No. 2 Autumn 2005 JHS hires professional archivist to facilitate next phase of records management program.
Vol. 33, No. 1 Winter 2006 Dave Ehrig completes book: Muzzleloading for Deer and Turkey (Stackpole Books); Research Article: In the Steps of Gelelemend: John Henry Kilbuck (Jan Ballard)
Vol. 33, No. 2 Spring 2006 Workman’s House Flood Protection Project: Article: Horses at Boulton: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Roberta Steiner)
Vol. 33, No. 3 Fall 2006 Molly’s Garden Tea honors Henry Family women; Research Article: Horses at Boulton from William Bensen Henry’s oral history (1991) (Roberta Steiner); Research Article: America’s Madonna (relating to the copy of Rafael’s Madonna of the Chair exhibited in the second parlor) (Jan Ballard)
Vol. 34, No. 1 Winter 2007 Passing of George Dech; Research Article: The Social Life of a Colonial Masterpiece (Death of Socrates) (Scott Paul Gordon); Article: Early Memories: History of JHS (Joe DiGerlando)
Vol. 34, No. 2 2007 Air Products grant for J. Joseph Henry House Preservation Plan; Volunteer’s Corner (Sybil Marsh); Bill Atherton named 2007 Penn Ambassador; Remembering Claude Jones (includes photo of the handcrafted measuring wheel) (Phil Schroeder); Jacobsburg Historic District 30th Anniversary; Comments on: Creeks, Dams and Mills by Claude A. Jones; Forks of the Delaware Historic Arms Society donates $15,000 for the Nicholas Hawk Gun Shop
Vol. 34, No. 3 November 2007 Review of Lydia’s Garden Tea at Boulton; New items for the museum: store, mirror backed exhibit case and scale model of the Boulton gun factory; New Directional Road Signage (Jan Ballard); JHS “traveling show” highlights; Partnership between Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center and JHS (Jim Wilson); Research Article: In the Steps of Gelelemend: John Henry Kilbuck, An Addendum (John Henry Kilbuck); Henry Family Recipe: Mince Meat (from Mary Elizabeth Krause Henry); JHS featured in a Morning Call article on 10.14.2007 and was lead article in the September 2007 issue of Muzzle Blasts magazine, leading to record breaking attendance at the 2007 Rendezvous; Leaving a Legacy Worth Remembering (Joe DiGerlando)
Vol. 35, no. 1 March 2008 Meet Ron Gabel, JHS Curator of Collections (Jan Ballard); Article: War of 1812 Artillery Noncommissioned Officers’ Sword (Ron Gabel); Research Article: The Henrys and The West: Moses Henry, Gunsmith and Indian Agent (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 36, No. 1 January 2009 Article: Saving a Shrine: Restoring the Nicholas Hawk Gun Shop at Boulton (Jan Ballard); J. Joseph Henry House parlor “facelift” including fireplace restoration; Phil Schroeder and Rich Steiner named Penn Ambassadors; JHS sponsors teachers through Lehigh Valley education/business partnership; Eagle Scout project at Homestead pond
Vol. 36, No. 2 October 2009 Article: Arms & Crafts: Fine Folk Arts of the PA Longrifle; Production completed of the Boulton Historic Site documentary DVD; JHS welcomes the Honourable Company of Horners; PA House passes resolution recognizing the historical significance of the Pennsylvania Longrifle
Vol. 37, No. 1 February 2010 Research Article: The Killbuck-Henry Legend Revisited: Part 1 (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 37, No. 2 March 2010 The Boulton Bicentennial (Dave Ehrig); Kay Tomko leads opening of two (2) rooms on the second floor of the J. Joseph Henry House; Opening of William Henry Atherton Bridge; J. Joseph Henry House Victory Garden
Vol. 37, No. 3 April 2010 Research Article: The Killbuck-Henry Family Legend Revisited, Part 2: Gelelemend (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 37, No. [4] Summer 2010 Research Article: A Considerable Building on Bushkill Creek: William Henry of Nazareth at Jacobsburg (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 37, No. [5] Fall 2010 Entire second floor of the JJH House opens to the public; Passing of Joe Ruggiero; Preparation for Phase 1 of barn renovations/education center
Vol. 38, No. 1 Winter 2011 Volunteering; Christmas at Boulton
Vol. 38, No. 2 Spring 2011 Article: Latest acquisition: Kentucky Rifle–E.A. Oppelt (Ronald Gabel)
Vol. 38, No. 3 Summer 2011 Passing of Tom Varenchick
Vol. 38, No. 4 Fall 2011 Dispatches from the Archives: Administrative account for the estate of John Henry of Lancaster dated 12.7.1750 (Scott Paul Gordon); Passing of William Henry Atherton
Vol. 39, No. 1 Spring 2012 Winemaking in Early America; Landis Valley Exhibit; Passing of Hilton Rahn
Vol. 39, No. 2 Summer 2012 Research Article: The Olde School House Bell (Joe DiGerlando); Dispatches from the Archives: William Henry I’s role as procurement officer for the Continental Army (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 40, No. 1 Spring 2013 Welcome to Ira Hiberman, JHS’s new Executive Director; Corn Husk doll exhibit (Eleanor Ferretti); 1800s Flintlock pistol on display; Research Article: Excerpt from 1978 Historical Structures Reports: The Henry Homestead, Boulton, PA (Reed Laurence Engle); Archeological Report Summary: reprise from September/October 1980 newsletter
Vol. 40, No. 2 Summer 2013 Donation of percussion shotgun from estate of Millard Barlieb; Peek into the Past: The Role of Coffeehouses in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (Sarah White); Dispatches from the Archives: Full House: The Henry Home in Nazareth (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 40, No. 3 Fall 2013 Passing of Bob Frick; Building a Pennsylvania Longrifle (Dave Ehrig); Henry Family Recipe: Jacobsburg Brew; A Peek into the Past: The Versatility of the Apothecary (Sarah White)
Vol. 41, No. 1 Winter 2014 Passing of Virginia Lopresti; Encore/The Record Revisited: Filetown (Matthew S. Henry and Charles M. Sandwick, Sr.); A Peek into the Past: The Sociality of Dining in the Eighteenth Century (Sarah White); Henry Family Recipe: New Years Cakes
Vol. 41, No. 2 Spring 2014 Memorial Tribute to Virginia Lopresti; Dr. Scott Gordon’s presentation to the Lancaster History Colloquium; Henry Family Recipes: Dandelion Wine and Brandied Peaches No. 2; Mary Henry Stites pet squirrel, Nutkin II; Encore/The Record Revisited: The Horseback Rides of William Henry III; Belfast UCC Church donates Henry Bibles
Vol. 41, No. 3 Summer 2014 Items from the Collection: Typewriter, Victorian hair wreath, mourning jewelry Henry Family Recipe: Boulton Chocolate Custard; A Peek into the Past: Women in Colonial Trades (Sarah White); Summer Violin Recital at the J. Joseph Henry House
Vol. 41, No. 4 Fall 2014 Research Article: The Henry Homestead (Scott Paul Gordon); A Peek into the Past: Glassmaking in the New World (Sarah White) Henry Family Recipe: Black Walnut Drops
Vol. 42, No. 1 Winter 2015 Encore: The Record Revisited: The Benade House (includes a collection of articles written in February 1976, March 1976 and December 1984); A Peek into the Past: Decorations for a Colonial Christmas (Sarah White); Henry Family Recipe: Mince Pie
Vol. 42, No. 2 Spring 2015 Items from the Collection: Wax Flowers (Karen Whitehill); Research Article:  Nathaniel Michler, William Henry and Family Connections at Schoeneck (Catherine Bancroft); Henry Family Recipe: Buckeye Cake; Philip and Barbara Schroeder receive the William Henry Artherton Award
Vol. 42, No. 3 Summer 2015 Items from the Collection:  Papier Maché Table (Karen Whitehill); Research Article:  The Speculator: William Henry and Coal (Dr. Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 42, No. 4 Fall 2015 Items from the Collection:  Gunsmith Parts and Tools (Ron Gabel); Research Article:  James Henry; One of Pennsylvania’s Early Forest Conservationists (Jim Wilson); Henry Family Recipe: Coffee
Vol. 43, No. 1 Winter 2016 Items from the Collection: Bust of Jan Hus; Book Review:  This Republic of Suffering:  Death and the American Civil War (Drew Gilpin Faust, 2008) (Sarah White); Henry Family Recipe: A Common Baked Apple Pudding; Research Article: Ghosts at Christian’s Spring (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 43, No. 2 Spring 2016 Items from the Collection: A Henry Bible; Research Article:  The Ice Industry at Boulton (Jim Wagner); An Evening to Remember (Susan Neuner La Regina); Henry Family Recipe: Drop-Cakes; WW2 Display opens in the Pennsylvania Longrifle Museum
Vol. 43, No. 3 Summer 2016 Items from the Collection: Lawn Boots for Horses (Karen Whitehill); Research Article: Mathew S. Henry and the Invention of the Lehigh Valley (Scott Paul Gordon); Henry Family Recipe: Ambrosia

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Fall 2016 Society Archives: Moving Day (Scott Paul Gordon); Research Article: Boulton in the Early Twentieth Century: Recollections of Ruth Henry Clewell, Jr.; Henry Family Recipe: Reception Chocolate; Tribute: Earl Van Norman

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Winter 2017

Research Article: James Henry, Pioneer Conservationist, Environmental Activist and Forestry Education Advocate (Jim Wilson); Items from the Collection: The Brides of Boulton (Karen Whitehill); Henry Family Recipe: Potato Pie; JHS Board Resolution (January 23, 2017): David Rose named Jacobsburg Historical Society’s Town Crier
Vol. 44, No. 2 Spring 2017 James J. “Jim” Correll: PA Longrifle Builder, Class Instructor, Competitor, Rifle Donor, and Friend of JHS (Dave Ehrig);  Research Article: Mystery Solved: the 1793 Schoeneck Church (Scott Paul Gordon); Henry Family Recipe:  Indian Pudding No. 1; Items from the Collection: The Great Wheel (Karen Whitehill)
Vol. 44, No. 3 Summer 2017 The Chickering Has a Visitor (Scott Paul Gordon); Items from the Collection: Tin Reflector Oven (Karen Whitehill); Research Article: Early Industry and Landscapes at Jacobsburg and Boulton (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 44, No. 4 Fall 2017 Items from the Collection: Shoe Last (Ronald Gabel); Research Article:  Passing It On: William Henry and Henry Albrecht (Scott Paul Gordon); Henry Family Recipe: Julienne Soup; Jacobsburg Historical Society Gift Shop (Karen Whitehill)
Vol. 45, No. 1 Winter 2018 Research Article:  The Henry Properties in Lancaster (Scott Paul Gordon); Items from the Collection: Transferware China (Karen Whitehill); Henry Family Recipe: Roast Turkey; Welcome to new Board Member: Adam Stephan
Vol. 45, No. 2 Spring 2018 Item from the Collection: A Ghost Story (Scott Paul Gordon); Article: A One of a Kind Rifle at the Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center (Rob Neitz, Director, JEEC); Henry Family Recipe: Cooking Utensils Necessary in a Kitchen;  Article: Mother Nature’s Fury Hits Boulton
Vol. 45, No. 3 Summer 2018 Item from the Collection: The Chickering Piano (Karen Whitehill); Henry Family Recipe:  Pickled Walnuts
Vol. 45, No. 4 Fall 2018 Research Article: William Henry and Bethlehem’s First Bridge (Scott Paul Gordon); Item from the Collection: The David Weatherly Tall Clock (Karen Whitehill); Henry Family Recipe: Apple Dumplings; Article: The Lehieton
Vol. 46, No. 1 Winter 2019 Society accepts donation of 1808 Henry contract flintlock pistol from Dr. John Yaswinski; Volunteer Spotlight:  Summer Kitchen Volunteers; Recipe: Summer Kitchen Snickerdoodle Cookies; Item from the Collection: Book report: Young Lady’s Own Book, A Case for Blue Stockings (Karen Whitehill)
Vol. 46, No. 2 Spring/Summer 2019 Special Research Article: The Henry Family in the American Revolution (Scott Paul Gordon); Henry Family Recipe: Universal Waffle Recipe (submitted by a descendant of Sarah Anna Plum Henry)
Vol. 46, No. 3 Fall 2019 Mondays @ Boulton; Item from the Collection: Automated Apple Peeler; Henry Family Recipe: Bread and Apple Pudding/Apple Bird’s Nest; Last Relay: Jim Correll
Vol. 47, No. 1 Winter 2020  In Loving Memory of Richard Hujsa (Dave Ehrig); Henry Family Recipe: Harrison Cake; Spirits of Boulton (Joe DiGerlando); Item from the Collection Update:  Apple Peeler
Vol. 47, No. 2 Spring/Summer 2020 Restoration of the J. Joseph Henry House; Henry Family Recipe: The Queen of Puddings; Special Research Article: A Tale of Two Factories (Karen L. Whitehill)
Vol. 47, No. 3 Fall 2020 New Welcome Gate shed; Mondays @ Boulton Summer Update; The Process of Processing: Work in the Archives during Covid-19 (Scott Paul Gordon); Henry Family Recipe:  Buckeye Cake; New signs at the Nicolas Hawk Gun Shop and PA Longrifle Museum; National Register of Historic Places sign for the J. Joseph Henry House
Vol. 48, No. 1 Winter 2021 A Very Special Christmas at Boulton – A Virtual Tour with William Henry; Research Article: The Jacobsburg Tannery (Karen L. Whitehill); Remembrances of Departed Friends (Joe Digerlando); Remembering: Lance E. Metz (1942-2020), Donald R. Repsher (1929-2020), Richard P. Steiner (1951- 2020); Item from the Collection: Conversation Cards
Vol. 48, No. 2 Spring/Summer 2021 It Has Been 50 Years – A Call to Arms (Joe DiGerlando); The PA Longrifle built by Adam Daub, Maker of 18th Century Arms; Henry Family Recipe:  Molasses Cup-Cake
Vol. 48, No. 3 Fall 2021 Special Edition Article: The Henrys in Oil: Henry Family Portraits of the 18th and 19th Centuries (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 49, No. 1 Winter 2022 50th Anniversary Speaker Series: Partnership with the Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center; Research Article: J.J.& W. Jr. Henry, a Partnership. The 1815 Contract Muskets (Scott Paul Gordon); Resurrected: The Forge at the Ducksmith Shop; Henry Family Recipe: First Aid Remedies
Vol. 49, No. 2 Spring/Summer 2022 50th Anniversary Special Events; George L. Dech, Gunsmith (Carol Keller); Research Article: Landscapes at Boulton: The Paintings of Eugene Leibert (Scott Paul Gordon); Encore Presentation:  The Copper Kettle    
Vol. 49, No. 3 Fall 2022 Item from the Archives: Gate and Tree-Lined Avenue to the Henry Homestead, c. 1890; 50 Years Ago (Joseph DiGerlando); Research Article: The Phantom Factory of 1792 (Scott Paul Gordon)
Vol. 50, No. 1 Winter 2023 Frame Reconstruction Project (Karen Whitehill); Two Longrifles from the Hujsa Trust (Dave Ehrig); Volunteer Spotlight: Jan Schott; Early Duplicating Lathe (Ivan Raupp); William Henry Purchases Friedensthal, 1803; Honoring Bob Newell and Dave Ehrig
Vol. 50, no. 2 Spring/Summer 2023 Donation of Civil War Items; The Vanished Village of Jacobsburg; A New Exhibit for 2023; A Restored Gateway