Viewfinder: A Civil War Christmas at Historic Selma Mansion

Civil War re-enactors from Company C, 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry made camp at Selma Mansion on Saturday for a full day of activities and holiday cheer.

Civil War re-enactors of the re-created Company C, 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry spent a Saturday making camp at historic Selma Mansion at 1301 West Airy Street.

The men and woman in historical garb made demonstrations, ran drills and even did a bit of cooking. They were joined later in the day by the Norristown Chorale for holiday carols.

Proceeds from the event, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Underground Paranormal Society (P.U.P.S.) and the Norristown Preservation Society, go towards the restoration of Selma Mansion.


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ANTHONY C. PRETE May 08, 2013 at 02:59 PM
hi my name is anthony c. prete i lived at 132 stanbridge st. forabout 35 yrswith mom and dad. however i am very interrested in the selma mantioni in norristown pa i would like to speak to the under ground para normal society face to face 2751 dekalb pike in norristown pa please come interview me i have some pretty interesting things to tell you ilove t6his town


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