History & Heritage in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • 3rd and Division Sts. Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Erected in 1869 by the citizens of Dauphin County as a tribute to the more than 33,000 men from the county who served during the Civil War. Originally the obelisk stood at the intersection of...
  • 8 Lincoln Sq Gettysburg, PA 17325-2205
    717-334-2499
    David Wills House, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Web site coming soon, call them at 1-800-486-5735.
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  • 2 Library Pl., Guthrie Memorial Library. In grass. Hanover, PA 17331-2261
    During the Army of Northern Virginia's two-week raid on Pennsylvania, thousands of barrels of flour, 30,000 cattle and 20,000 horses and mules were confiscated.
  • 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.
  • 151 S. Baltimore St Dillsburg, PA 17019-1038
    717-432-9969
    Dillsburg is located at the convergence of Routes 15 and 74 in south-central Pennsylvania. This rural-flavored town is located on main highways with access to several metropolitan destinations....
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  • 324 W. Main St. Kutztown, PA 19530
    484-646-9069
    Kutztown plays host to Kutztown University, wonderful cafes and world-class shops that offer personal service and great selection. Start your day at one of our coffee shops with hand-crafted coffee...
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  • Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603
    A short drive from Baltimore and Philadelphia, downtown Lancaster offers over 300 boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, museums and entertainment
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  • Dykeman Rd. Shippensburg, PA 17257
    At this site on June 26, 1863, thousands of Confederate troops camped overnight as they began their invasion of Cumberland County. The next morning troops followed the present-day Walnut Bottom...
  • Cavalry Field Road Gettysburg, PA 17325
    East Cavalry Field was one of the sites that saw fighting on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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