Sunday Open House
Pettengill-Morron and Flanagan House Museums -
deTonti Celebration 2016
deTonti Celebration Awarding Outstanding Community Leadership will honor
David Leitch, Illinois State Representative, for 2016
Peoria History Tours
Historical Tours -- Explore Peoria's Past with one of our fascinating, historical tours.The 2016 summer schedule will be Thursday & Friday mornings departing at 11 am. and Saturdays at 11 am and 1:30 pm. departing from the Peoria Riverfront Museum 222 S.W. Washington St. Peoria, IL 61602
Tours will be offered from June through the end of October.
The Society's programs and projects are made possible by the following:
Phillip Smith Civil War Diary, Day by Day Account
“Phil” Smith Pens Diary in Which Is Written Day By Day Happenings at Long War of the Rebellion
Peoria Historical Society Awarded ISHRAB Grant
Thanks to a $2,500 grant from the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board (ISHRAB), the Peoria Historical Society will be able to develop a database and index that will give the public access to the earliest historical records of Peoria and the Central Illinois River Valley.
Community Foundation Grant
Community Foundation Grant Presented to Board of Trustees at November board meeting at Pettengill-Morron House
Student Internships Available
Students interested in an internship with PHS, learning cataloging skills, doing research on arti-facts and collection items or developing marketing or exhibit materials should contact Bob Killion at 674-1921 or email@example.com
eBay - Giving Works
Do you shop or sell on eBay? You can make a difference by shopping, selling and donating to the Peoria Historical Society at the same time! It's easy, convenient and tax deductible.
Society Awarded CAP Funds
Peoria Historical Society Awarded CAP Funds
YouTube Video Overview of
Peoria Historical Society
Video featuring staff, trustees, volunteers, and the community enjoying the rich legacy of the Peoria Area and the Illinois River Valley.
Take a look at the Peoria Historical Society's collection of postcards and pictures of historical buildings in the Peoria area. You can view and share photos using an interactive map. Click on Learn More below and then on the HistoryPin Channel link.
Volunteer, Lynn Furness, plays the Dulcimer at John C. Flanagan House Museum
YouTube Channel of Peoria Historical Society
Check out our YouTube videos -- music and educational presentations, with more being added continually.