Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions, project ideas, or presentation requests.
You can write to our office at this address:
PO Box 321
Valley Forge, PA
Western Heritage Mapping’s president, Sean Moir, is a multi-award winning developer of both static and animated maps depicting the conflicts of the 1777 Philadelphia Campaign, the Battle of Brandywine, the Paoli Massacre and the Battle of Germantown. He worked with the County of Chester in Pennsylvania and was sponsored by the National Park Service and the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) in researching and developing a number of those projects. Western Heritage has also developed maps of the Swedish migration to the Delaware River Valley, the Battle of Germantown and other Revolutionary War battles.
In addition to troop movements, Sean’s research has helped to produce an 18th century cultural map of the Chester County region which includes colonial-era roads, taverns and churches. This research has helped the County further its important, multi-municipal Historic Resource Atlas project.
Sean has presented his unique animated battle maps to enthusiastic audiences throughout the Philadelphia region.