Saltsburg Area Historical Society.
The Stone House Museum is owned and operated by the Saltsburg Area
Historical Society.  Its purpose is to discover, collect, and preserve any
material which may help to establish or illustrate the history of the area,
including its exploration, settlement, development, activities in peace and
war, its progress in population, wealth and transportation.  The collection
and preservation of these artifacts by the Society is for the education,
enjoyment, and enrichment of present and future generations.



The museum has a great microform library with a scanner and printer.  If you
have microform materials and no way to view them, bring them to the
museum.
  Print copies are $.25 per page.
Shown above are some of the members of the Society.  From left,
Elaine Cunkelman, Harry Fry, Doris Anderson, Shannon Morich,
Roger Jordan, Mary Ellen Miller, and Dorreen Johns.
For sale: Salt in
the Conemaugh Valley
by the late local
historian William Dzombak.

Meticulously researched with graphs,
images, drawings, statistics
and other helpful historical information
regarding Saltsburg and
the salt industry, the book was
published in 2004 and costs $40.  
Books are new and shrink wrapped.  
Please call 724-668-8808
for more information or to order a copy.