Multicultural Heritage in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • Booser Ave. and 30th St. Penbrook, PA 17103
    Wesley Union Church was organized in 1816, with its first building at Third and Mulberry Streets. Wesley Union A.M.E. Zion Church at 2219 North Fifth Street is the successor to the original church....
  • 512 E. Strawberry St. Lancaster, PA 17602-4434
    717-509-1177
    "Living The Experience" is a spiritual interactive Underground Railroad reenactment presented by Bethel Harambee Historical Services, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Join us for a journey back to the...
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  • I-83 Shrewsbury, PA 17361
    717-334-2100
    Approximately seven miles South of Gettysburg, PA. This boundary, surveyed along the borders of Pennsylvania and Maryland, became a symbol of freedom from oppression for blacks enslaved in southern...
  • Cole Alley Steelton, PA 17113
    717-939-0242
    The Midland Cemetery is the final resting place for slaves, former slaves, men of the United States Colored Troops, Buffalo Soldiers and numerous leaders of the area's African American community....
  • 602 Main St. Delta, PA 17314-8942
    When the Scots-Irish established Delta in 1734, the area was still inhabited by the Susquehannock Indians. The Welsh didn't begin to settle in Delta until the mid-19th century when the slate they...
  • 143 Spook Lane Reading, PA 19606
    610-373-3982
    The Reading Liederkranz was founded by a group of friends that gathered to sing songs from their native Germany. The club grew quickly, serving the growing German immigrant population of the late...
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  • 97 Taneytown Rd Gettysburg, PA 17325-2804
    Site of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address - said to be a "masterpiece of the English language" in 272 words. Lincoln is credited with being the president that "freed the slaves," the...
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  • 269 S. Washington St. Gettysburg, PA 17325-2522
    717-334-9851
    Home of the "Slave Refugee Society," established in 1840 as "a means to help those who sought freedom from the 'tyrannical yoke of oppression.'" St. Paul's was the center of black life and culture...
  • 45 S. Queen St Lancaster, PA 17603-3964
    Thaddeus Stevens/Lydia Hamilton Smith Historic Site Currently under construction and restoration, the home of Thaddeus Stevens and Lydia Hamilton Smith will become a historical museum. This museum...
  • Market St. and Third St. intersection Harrisburg, PA 17101
    One of Harrisburg's most famous African Americans, a leader in education, journalism, military recruitment, diplomacy and the practice of law.
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