Welcome to NeyChip
We are an independent, volunteer, self-supported, self-governed, 501C3 organization with a vision to preserve the past of Northeastern York County for future generations to enjoy. We normally meet during March thru October. However, 2020 events were cancelled. But we planning on restarting in 2021. We, also, offer history presentations for your group. All are welcome. There are no membership fees and most events are free.
North Eastern York County History In Preservation NeyChip
North Eastern York County History In Preservation or NeyChip was created in January 2016 to research, document and preserve the history of the area that encompasses Northeastern York County. With the Manchester Township Historical Society as a mentor. NeyChip was started by Charles Stambaugh. He is currently the President and webmaster.
Mount Wolf Civil War Vets.
They made a great sacrifice for us. But shamefully, we have forgotten some of them.
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"Without preservation of local snapshots, stories, events, art, sports, buildings, our memories, our enjoyments, and our actions along with the things we made and used, the very neighborhood where we lived will soon forget who we were, what we did,
what we believed in, and what our cultural was but worst of all, if we ever existed."
Charles Stambaugh 2014
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NeyChip's Priority of Preservation
Who did what, when and why.
Collect and post old photographs.
List past churches, schools, ............businesses, and more.
Record events, progress and change.
What was produced in the area.
What did people have and use.
Document existing old building.
We believe that the internet is the most efficient, effective, and effortless way to preserve and share the past with the future.
"Share your history, before it becomes the forgotten past."
Zoom into History
NeyChip AllVets, and Red Land Library have partnered to bring you some of your favorite Historians and speakers this Fall.Pull up your computer or IPAD with a comfortable chair and join us for a series of free Zoom programs.
Incase you missed then, you can see the recordings.
Monday, Sept 21 at 6:30 p.m. - Scott Mingus
“Civil War Murder Mysteries of York County”
Four interesting murder stories from York County- a Louisiana Confederate soldier, a Union courier, a dead man in a field, and the killing of a black Confederate slave.
Monday, October 19 at 6:30 p.m. - Jim McClure
“Fascinating things about Northeastern York County”
History, drama, places, and people
Monday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. - Jeff Hawks
“Tactics of the Great War”
Why did World War I bog down in trench warfare? How did the Allies breakout in the end? Why did it take so long to overcome the problems of trench warfare? Reading theories about the Riddle of Trench Warfare.
You must register at www.yorklibraries.org/event/zoom-into-history-red-land-library/2020-09-21/ Enter 1 in RSVP, then your name and e-mail. Click on Confirm RSVP. You will then get a confirmation e-mail which is good for all three sessions. Just prior to the presentations, you will get a login link. It is not necessary to do anything before.
NeyChip would love
to hear from you.