Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of entertainment created by people the world over. Good stories just waiting to be told are abundant; good tellers of such tales are not quite so common. Pennsylvania Jack is one of those good tellers.
Pennsylvania Jack is the "alter ego" of Jack Graham, professional storyteller. Jack has performed at events at the State Museum in Harrisburg, Historic Bartram's Gardens, The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, Fort Freeland, Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild, The Danville Iron Heritage Festival, Sherman Valley Days, and other such old-time events, historic festivals at many state parks and historic sites, local coffeehouse events, and for sportmen's clubs, civic clubs, historical societies, churches, senior centers, middle schools and high schools. Jack recently won a Blue Ribbon at the Perry County Fair.
Jack is always ready to share his tales with your school class, at your club meeting, workshop or historical event. Just contact him for details.
But in the meantime, you can enjoy some of Jack's stories right here on this website.
Thanks for visiting, and please share the URL for this site with friends who might also enjoy a good tale.
Most recent additons: William Denning - Blacksmith of the Revolution (Pennsylvania Stories)
Goin' Down Town - Recollections of big department stores (Pittsburgh Stories)
Hexed By The Dutchman (Pennsylvania Stories)
Finn McCool and the Mountain of Women (Old Time Stories)
The Phantom Panther of Penn's Creek (Pennsylvania Stories) - A central Pennsylvania legend
The Great Penny Train Robbery (Pennsylvania Stories)
A whole new section ! Jack is a seasonal "Lighthouse Keeper" at lighthouses across the U.S.A. Click on the "Lighthouses" link above. Who doesn't like lighthouses?
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