Posts Tagged ‘wissahickon’

A Monument To Ignorance

A Monument To Ignorance

January 31, 2013  |  History

What's that Plains Indian doing in our woods? Ethan Wallace reveals the wrong identity of the statue of the Lenape chief Tedyuscung on the Wissahickon's "Council Rock" > more

My Favorite Place: The Walnut Lane Bridge

My Favorite Place: The Walnut Lane Bridge

September 27, 2012  |  City Life

Take a look at this graceful span built over Wissahickon Creek in 1908 through the eyes of Germantown resident (and Clivedon Executive Director) David Young > more

My Favorite Place: Wissahickon's Toleration Statue

My Favorite Place: Wissahickon’s Toleration Statue

March 13, 2012  |  City Life

Here's the second installment of our new video feature by filmmaker Meredith Nutting. Today's Place: Wissahickon's Toleration Statue > more

The Architecture of Wissahickon: Urban, Suburban, Mid-Century, Victorian

The Architecture of Wissahickon: Urban, Suburban, Mid-Century, Victorian

January 20, 2012  |  Architecture

Wissahickon--the extreme lowest part of Lower Roxborough--moves from city to suburb and back again, in both Victorian and mid-century variations, in little more than a short trek up or down the hill. Join Steve Stofka as he probes this area with his ever-inquisitive eye > more