Resources

Location: 55 South Keystone Avenue, Emmaus PA 18049; Email: 1803house.org; Mailing Address: Post Office Box 7, Emmaus, PA 18049
Below: Published Articles, 1803 House Connections, Forms, and Visitor Information

Published Articles:


The 1803 House:

The Architecture of the 1803 House
The Cornerstone of the 1803 House
History of the 1803 House
Tour of the 1803 House
"The Friends of the 1803 House" Beginnings
 


Emmaus:
250th Anniversary of Emmaus Pennsylvania-2009 Moravian Archives

Dale Earnhardt:

Morning Call...why NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Jr. was in Emmaus to look at the 1803 House
Ramblings from the Bench...Dale's 1803 House adventure: the rest of the story


Exploration
:
1st Dig at the 1803 House in 1978
2nd Dig at the 1803 House in 1980

Seven Generations Charter School Begins Dig in 2012 
Dig Update from Professor Small 2015-2018
Dig's Privy Project of 2019
2019 East Penn Press Archeological Dig; 

Education:
1st Year for East Penn School District and Emmaus Heritage Alliance 3rd Grade Program in 2017
2019 East Penn Press Article on 3rd Grade Program
Herb Garden Update
Herb Usage and Scone Recipe
Seven Generations Activities in 2014


Restoration:
Restoration of Front and Back Doors

Construction:
Sawyer Long Constructs Colonial Brick Walk
Sawyer Long East Penn Press

Jason Kleckner Jr. Constructs Colonial Buck Fence

Jason Kleckner East Penn Press
Jason Kleckner Morning Call

GoFundMe for Charity

Forms










 

Attend an 1803 House Event:

  
      Please consider attending our fundraiser events.  In the Spring enjoy some food, wine, music; in Fall enjoy some more food, beer and music; and in winter enjoy an "Old Fashioned Christmas at the 1803 House."  For more information Go to Events

Volunteer at the 1803 House:

  
The Friends of the 1803 House are always looking for volunteers at out Fundraiser Events, Education Programs and restoration/construction projects. Go To Volunteer
or contact us