Welcome to the online home of The Historical Society of Dauphin County and the John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion. The Historical Society of Dauphin County (HSDC) was founded in 1869 and has been headquartered at the Harris-Cameron Mansion, a National Historic Landmark, since 1941. The mission of the HSDC is to collect, preserve, exhibit, publish, and promote interest in the history of Dauphin County for the education, enjoyment, and benefit of the public. For more information on upcoming programs and events, please contact us at 717-233-3462, email email@example.com, or visit our blog HSDCHappenings.blogspot.com. &nbs...
The 250th Anniversary of the John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion (1766) Also visit HSDCHappenings.blogspot.com for details on all of the exciting events and programs that we've prepared for this important historical occasion! Media Spo...Read More
The décor and music of the period will provide the setting for a Gala Victorian Dinner by the JDK Group caterers at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 19, in the public rooms of the John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion, 219 South Front Street, Harrisburg. Ple...Read More
The asking price has been reduced! The Historical Society is offering for sale a two-story mid-century building for use as an office/retail/studio space, and which may qualify as two apartments. This building is located at 311 South River Street in the Shi...Read More