History & Heritage in Carlisle PA

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  • Downtown Boiling Springs Boiling Springs, PA 17007
    Welcome to the picturesque village of Boiling Springs. Beautiful scenery, fly fishing, the oldest public pool in Cumberland County (Boiling Springs Pool), quaint B&Bs, plus theatre and local events...
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  • High and First Streets Boiling Springs, PA 17007
    717-249-7610
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  • Hanover and High St. Carlisle, PA 17013
    Carlisle was laid out and settled by Scots-Irish immigrants in 1751 and became the center of their settlement in the Cumberland Valley. Carlisle was incorporated as a borough on April 13, 1782. In...
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  • PO Box 1773 Carlisle, PA 17013-2896
    717-243-5121
    Dickinson College.
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  • High Street, Dickinson College. In Grass. Carlisle, PA 17013
    With a student body fairly evenly split between northern and southern students, many expected to meet one another on opposite sides of the battlefield - many did.
  • 31 S. Baltimore Ave., Holly Inn. In Blacktop. Mount Holly Springs, PA 17065-1304
    William Luther Beetem, first Carlisle man to give his life in the Civil War.
  • 20 Dickinson Ave. Carlisle, PA 17013-2948
    This is the oldest public building in Carlisle built on the Square in Carlisle between 1769 and 1772. James Wilson, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, belonged to this church as did many...
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  • West Allen Street Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    Downtown Mechanicsburg is truly the primary local and regional destination for a diverse mixture of residents, businesses, tourists and shoppers seeking a lively, inviting alternative downtown to...
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  • 100 W. Penn St Carlisle, PA 17013-2326
    Many African American soldiers are buried in the Lincoln Cemetery including Thomas Morris Chester, a Harrisburg native. Chester's gravestone was replaced in 2002 with a gravestone that had his...
  • 36 W. Allen St Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6257
    717-691-3310
    Named for a settlement of mechanics who repaired and made wagons in the early 1800s, Mechanicsburg's continued growth was also attributed to the Cumberland Valley Railroad. Completing its line in...
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