Historic Carversville Society
PO Box 41
Carversville, PA 18913

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Welcome to the Historic Carversville Society

Carversville sits at the confluence of two branches of the Paunacussing Creek in Solebury Township, PA. The village is a nationally designated historic district.

The Historic Carversville Society (HCS), a volunteer-based non-profit group, is dedicated to the future—and past—of this community jewel. The HCS was formed in August 1985 with the mission to “accumulate and preserve historical data and material relating to the village of Carversville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and its environs and to function as a center of research into the history and customs of such area… and to promote community pride, spirit and involvement” as stated in the Charter and By-Laws of HCS.

To this end, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Hidden Collections Initiative included us in their Pennsylvania Small Archival Repositories, it’s fascinating!

Please note that our purpose as a group is purely to preserve our history. We are not to be confused with HARB, Historical Architectural Review Board which has a separate mission and value in Solebury Township.