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Coryell's Ferry (New Hope) in 1776 - as narrated by Oliver Randolph Parry and Richard Randolf Parry in 1907 & 1915 respectively

Old Postcards, Drawing and Photos of New Hope & Lambertville

New Hope - general information

Early History of New Hope

New Hope Solebury School Distrct

Solebury School

Lambertville Historical Society (LHS)

Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce

Lambertville-New Hope Kiwanis
The Kiwanis Club is an International Service Organization with over 600,000 members in 92 countries. Since 1915, the Kiwanis have been "Serving the Children of the World," and for over 80 years the Lambertville-New Hope Kiwanis club has been assisting local seniors, children, the mentally and physically challenged, and most predominently, assisting the schools in our area by promoting their programs and awarding numerous scholarships.
If you and interested in service to the South Hunterdon and New Hope Communities, please contact any club member on our website or join us at a meeting: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month 7 pm at Triumph Brewery Company. www.LambertvilleNewHopeKiwanis.org
Matt Panyko, President. 609-397-1483

New Hope Historical Society

Solebury - general information

Heritage Conservancy - dedicated to preserving the natural and historic resources of the Delaware River Valley.

US Census 2000 figures for New Hope and surrounding communities

Carversville - Carversville.com is a volunteer-run Web site dedicated to the historic village of Carversville, PA. Carversville sits at the confluence of the branches of the Paunacussing Creek in Solebury Township. The Village's unofficial borders cross into nearby Plumstead and Buckingham townships. The heart of the village has been designated as a historic zone, thus subject to laws regarding historic preservation. The Historic Carversville Society, a volunteer-based non-profit group, is dedicated to future -- and past -- of this community jewel.

Some other area websites

History of the Di Crescenzo family stores
(Rotondo's Butcher Shop in Lambertville-1914; the Pioneer   Store in Lambertville-1937; Delray Thriftway from 1980 to 1999)

Public Bathrooms in New Hope

Local Government and Related Organizations

League of Women Voters - Bucks County, PA - 123 South Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901  (215) 230-9986