Race and place The 2020 U.S. census shows that Latinos in York County are the fastest growing group. About 40,000 Latinos make their home in the county. It's difficult to…
The legend of Johnny Appleseed oversimplifies the complexities of apple cultivation. One Adams County family explains all that goes into growing that delicious red fruit.
Since its beginning, York County has served as a crossroads. Settlers would pass through here to go to all points of the compass. Centre Square, later Continental Square, illustrated here, was the epicenter of pioneers seeking their fortune. Yet, other intersections have been the scenes of activity, We’re exploring those here.
Even though the census data may miss them, many Hispanics farm in York. This urban farm provides fresh, affordable fruits and vegetables to inner-city residents.
When Jose Hernandez and his wife, Gloria, arrived in York in 1958, they became pioneers in York County’s Latino community.
Race and place A story in documents about racial struggles in York County, Pa., through the lens of written sources. As we shall see, it's an intertwined story about race…
Edwin A. Rivera, an Army veteran, and his wife, Delma, moved their young family to a large North York house in the early 1960s. They were 20th-century pioneers.