This is the debut post here at The Mill Creek History Blog. Although some of this information is covered in the "About This Blog" and the "About Me" sections, I just want to go over and elaborate on a few points. First off, I am by no means a professional historian or archaeologist, no do I claim to be. I am just a born and bred MCH resident with an interest in local history. I have done some light research into some MCH sites and would like to share what I have with anyone who might be interested. I will also provide links when possible, so anyone can view the information for themselves.
Since I am, as I said, an amateur, I know that I don't have all the information and that sometimes I might have incorrect information. I will always welcome input and corrections. I also welcome any suggestions for new sites to explore.
In addition, if any local history-related news events should pop up, I may post on them as well. If , through this blog, I am able to connect with anyone else who shares an interest in the history of Mill Creek Hundred, I may look (down the road) into forming some sort of Mill Creek Hundred Historical Society. That, however, is likely a ways off. For now, I hope we can have fun with this blog. Thanks.