Written and photographed by prize-winning journalist, Kathryn Finegan Clark, “Bucks County, Pennsylvania” brings the past and present together through 191 stunning images and story-essays.
Explore remnants of the county’s 330-year history through 191 images and story-essays, showing how the present has roots in the past – how the old becomes new. This collection goes beyond the iconic fieldstone farmhouse and covered bridge to capture the magic flavor of the region. Visit spots most tourists never see and discover some surprising secrets, such as the oldest “old boy’s club” in the world, pyramids, Ivy League Indians, and more. From estate to public park, old towns to villages, relive the history of Bucks County as it enters a prosperous now.
Kathryn Finegan Clark, a prize-winning jounrnalist, is a native Bucks Countian. She has written for the Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer and the Bucks County Herald as well as numerous magazines. With history often creeping into the stories she wrote, Kathryn discovered amazing links between past and present.