Links of Interest

Here you will find links to some sites relating to Corry and the surrounding area! We hope you find them helpful as well as interesting. If you know of a site that you feel we should include on this page, e-mail us the details.  Additionally, keep in mind that we are not responsible for any of these site links or their content.

ArtsErie - "Nurtures the arts and enriches the lives of everyone in Northwest Pennsylvania through leadership, financial support, education and advocacy."

Corry Alumni - "The Corry Area School District Foundation began in 1997 to enhance the educational experience offered throughout the district."

Corry Area Chamber of Commerce - "Located in northwestern Pennsylvania, Corry is the second largest city in Erie County."

Corry Area Fine Arts Council - "Dedicated to fostering the Arts and stimulating an interest in artistic and cultural activities within the Corry area."

Corry Area School District - "The mission of the Corry Area School District is to prepare students to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a competitive global society."

Corry Area School District Foundation & History

Corry Community Development Corporation - "Working to see that the goals of CorryVision become a reality."

Corry Community Foundation "Collection of charitable endowments operating under the administrative umbrella of a single public charity."

Corry Higher Education Council - "Education and Training Close to Home!"
 
Corry Public Library - "Find books at your Corry Library, from home!"
 
Erie County Gaming Authority  - "The ECGRA Board of Directors is creating real, meaningful, and lasting impact in our community with the mission to cultivate social and economic change through gaming proceeds."

Erie Community Foundation - "Helping today... Shaping tomorrow."

Impact Corry -  "Partners for Progress!"

The Journal - "Local area news and information at your fingertips."

Corry Panoramic 1870


Cambridge Springs Historical Society - 26 Federal St.  Cambridge Springs, PA  814-398-1827

Chautauqua County Historical Society - "The Chautauqua County Historical Society was founded in 1883, making it one of the oldest societies in Western New York State."

Clymer Area  Historical Society - P.O. Box 114 Clymer NY 14724    716-355-9950

Corry Area Historical Society - "Welcome to a treasure trove of wonders!"

Crawford County Historical Society - "Our purpose is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Crawford County."

Erie County Historical Society - "The Erie County Historical Society is dedicated to collecting, preserving and promoting the study of our region’s history."
 
Erie Yesterday - "Erie County, Pennsylvania has a rich history. So rich in fact the county boasts more than twenty museums and historical societies.  These organizations came together to create Erie Yesterday. We work collaboratively to promote, preserve and maintain Erie County’s heritage."

Findley Lake & Mina Historical Society - "Unique visitor center built in 2004 to honor the history of the original dam & mill built in 1815 by Alexander Findley, founder of the town."

Findley Lake Nature and Wildlife Education Center - "Where the World Comes to You!"

French Creek NY Historical Society - Rt. 2  Clymer, NY 14724   716-355-4101
 
 
Fort LeBoeuf Historical Society - "Our History Helped Build a Nation"
 
 Guide to New York Historical Resources - "For inquisitive residents of any state", use this AreaVibes site for historical, genealogical, and cultural resoruces.
 
Lake Shore Railway Historical Society & Museum - "Northwest Pennsylvania's Railroad History, Safety and Education Depot"
 
Let's Move Outside! - "Erie County Recreational Passport is a collaborative program of Erie Yesterday, Erie County Department of Health and VisitErie, and is Erie County’s pilot initiative as a Let’s Move! County. It’s an innovative program promoting healthy living and physical activity through the use of public art, local history and outdoor recreation."

Mead Park -  THE PLACE TO PICNIC SINCE 1949!

NYSHA - New York State Historical Association Research Library - "Resources for Students, Scholars, Genealogists, and Researchers"
 
North East Historical Society - 25 Vine Street  North East PA   814-725-2026
 
Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad - "Through the Valley that changed the World".

Robert H. Jackson Center - "Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954) (Spring Creek PA) was a leading American lawyer, judge, writer and life of the 20th century. He served as a United States Supreme Court Justice from 1941 until 1954. During 1945-46, Justice Jackson was the architect of the international trial process and then the chief prosecutor of the surviving Nazi leaders at Nuremberg, Germany."

Titusville Historical Society - Titusville Historical Society/Benson Memorial Library

Union City Historical Society - "Come join us for a Journey into the past"

Warren County Historical Society - "Provide educational programming through the use of local historical artifacts, images, documents and textiles."

Wattsburg PA Historical Society - " The little borough of Wattsburg was incorporated in 1833."
 
Wilder Museum - "The Wilder Museum has artifacts that will intrigue any visitor!"
 

Bear Lake PA - Warren County Website

Cambridge Springs PA - Wikipedia entry

Canadohta Lake PA - "The Best-Kept Secret in Northwestern Pennsylvania!"

Chautauqua County NY - "Another reason, I love NY!"

Centerville PA - Wikipedia entry

Clymer NY - "This is a place where you can get all the information you need about the Town of Clymer NY all in one place!"

Columbus Township PA Warren County Website

Concord Township PA - Wikipedia entry

Corry PA - "So glad to see you’ve found us!  Welcome to Corry, PA – a place that about 6,400 people call home; a place where hometown America still exists.  Perhaps a modern day Norman Rockwell could live here.  It is a great place to live, work and raise a family.  I call it home.  Perhaps after a visit, you too might consider calling Corry 'home'."

Crawford County PA - "The County of Crawford lies in northwestern Pennsylvania."

Elgin Borough PA - Wikipedia entry

Erie County PA - "Great food, rich history, four-season attractions and more!"

Erie PA - "The Flagship City"

Findley Lake NY - "Never Out of Season"

Grand Valley PA - "July 30th - 8th Annual Homecoming"

Hydetown PA - Wikipedia entry
 
Irvine PA - Facebook entry

Lottsville PA - Wikipedia entry for Route 958

Meadville PA - "Integrity, Prosperity, Productivity"

North East PA - "Yielding the Sweet Fruits of America"

Panama Rocks NY - "Chautauqua's Wonder of Nature"
 
Pittsfield PA - Warren County website

Riceville PA - Wikipedia entry

Spartansburg PA - "You will find photographs, past and present, that showcase town history."

Spartansburg PA History: "The Past & Stories of Spartansburg Pennsylvania."

Spring Creek Township PA - Warren County Website
 
Sugar Grove PA - "The Sweetest Little Town on the Web"

Titusville PA - "The Valley That Changed The World"

Townville PA - Wikipedia entry

Union City PA - "A charming small town with many historical and natural attractions within close proximity."

Warren County PA - "In the early 1800's settlers came to log the regions lush forests, mid-century they came to drill for oil."

Warren PA - "Founded in 1795, the City was named for General Joseph Warren,  a distinguished patriot."

Waterford PA - "A community that reflects the past."
 
Wayne Township PA - "Wayne Township in Erie County, Pennsylvania has been characterized as having quiet beauty."

Youngsville PA - "Where Visitors Become our Guests!"