Was Conrad Weiser a friend or foe to the Lenape natives? His is a remarkable story of a talented, energetic and courageous German immigrant serving his community, the Province of Pennsylvania and the Six Nations of the Iroquois — at the expense of the Lenape — in the middle of territorial clashes and cultural differences. Explore this compelling question in a presentation by Historian Barry Miller as he examines Weiser’s role in the complex contest for land and the cultural dominance during the French and Indian War in Berks County.
$5.00 members, $8.00 non-members. Light Refreshments served at 9:30AM
Off street parking available at 160 Spring Street, Reading.
All programs subject to change.
Berks History Center is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission