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  • 1212 Pine Grove Rd., Pine Grove Furnace State Park Gardners, PA 17324
    717-486-7575
    Located in beautiful Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Hostelling International -Ironmaster's Mansion was built in 1829 as the home of the ironmaster of the Pine Grove Furnace Ironworks. The ironworks...
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  • RR 2 Annville, PA 17003-9802
    717-865-5254
  • 5200 S. College St. Myerstown, PA 17067
    717-272-5037
    This large limestone house was built in 1750 and was once part of a large farmstead. Today, visit to see how early settlers of the area lived. Tours are welcome by appointment.
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  • Low Dutch Rd. & Hanover Rd. Gettysburg, PA 19147
    This Confederate brigade marker reads, “C. S. A. ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, STUART'S CAVALRY DIVISION, JENKINS' BRIGADE, 14th 16th 17th Virginia Cavalry and 34th 36th Virginia Cavalry Battalions....
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  • 137 E. Main St. Lititz, PA 17543-2009
    717-627-4636
    The main exhibit of the Lititz Museum is an actual 1792 restored stone and log home named for the local tanner and dyer, Johannes Mueller, and is completely furnished with period items.
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  • 225 E. King St. Chambersburg, PA 17201-1808
    717-263-2870
    John Brown (1800-1859) occupied an upstairs bedroom in this house in the summer of 1859, while he formulated his plan and secured weapons for his attack on the Federal arsenal at Harper's Ferry on...
  • 451 Baltimore St., In Grass Gettysburg, PA 17325-2623
    John and Caroline Rupp and their family found themselves and their property between both the Union and Confederate armies. John Rupp told of Union soldiers on the front porch and Confederate...
  • South Corporation St. near East Big Spring Avenue Newville, PA 17241
    John Stanton (1839-1919) served in Company K of the 25th United States Colored Troops Infantry Regiment, comprised primarily of Pennsylvanians.
  • Market Sq., 2nd and Market Streets Harrisburg, PA 17101
    The Jones House was a four-story brick hotel that occupied the southeastern corner of Market Square. It was the premier hotel of Harrisburg during the Civil War. Lincoln briefly stayed at the...
  • Route 641 Newville, PA 17241
    This gristmill was built around 1763 by William Laughlin. The first mill on Big Spring, it ground wheat and other grain for the people in the surrounding countryside. To generate power to turn...
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