Articles of Confederation Day
Colonial Court House
On November 15, 1777 the Second Continental Congress, while seated in York, adopted the Articles of Confederation, an epic document in American history, which served to unite the thirteen colonies into a unified confederation. This document matured as the forebear of the United States' current Constitution. Enjoy an autumn afternoon at the Trust's Colonial Court House (corner of West Market Street and Pershing Avenue), as the adoption of the Articles of Confederation is commemorated.
York County Heritage Trust and York Daily Record/Sunday
Articles Confederation Day Media/Technology Contest
In recognition of York's role in our nation's history, the York County Heritage Trust and York Daily Record/Sunday News hosted an Articles of Confederation Day Media Project Contest, open to York County students in grades
3 through 12 in 2012 and 2013.
2013 Student Technology Contest - Winning Entries
Fourth Place: Thomas Urrunaga
First Place: Dominic DeFelice
Thank you to our 2012 & 2013
Event, Awards and Certificate sponsors:
York Revolution, & First Capital Federal Credit Union