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  • 225 North High Street West Chester, PA 19380
    610-692-4800
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  • Market St. Harrisburg, PA 17101
    The Chesters were one of the leading African American families in 19th century Harrisburg. George Chester [d. October 17, 1859) operated a restaurant with his wife Jane Marie [d. March 19, 1884) at...
  • 1801 W. Diamond St. Philadelphia, PA 19121
    215-236-6773
    Here in 1974, the first eleven women Episcopal priests were ordained. This noted Gothic Revival church, built 1887-97, served a growing African American community after 1930. Host to major Black...
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  • 414 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2409
    412-255-2330
    The City-County Building is the seat of the government of the City of Pittsburgh, and also houses a number of Allegheny County offices and courts.
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  • 633 Ct. St Reading, PA 19601-4325
    610-478-6100
    Covered bridges, good food, open space, Pennsylvania Dutch farms. We believe that quality of life is as important to you as your business is. We have it along with a work force that is second to none.
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  • 9733 Bustleton Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19115-3201
    215-885-9911
    Multi-lingual tour packages available for Philadelphia, Bucks County, Valley Forge and Brandywine. Receptive Services for Bus Companies and Tour Operators.
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  • 210 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19106-4512
    Cyrus Bustill, a mulatto who was born into bondage and later purchased his freedom, represented the principles for which the American Revolution was fought. As a free black man, he was caught in a...
  • 400 Daniel Boone Rd. Birdsboro, PA 19508-8735
    610-582-4900
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  • 126 Elfreths Alley Philadelphia, PA 19106-2006
    215-574-0560
    House 126, on the nation's oldest continuously occupied residential street, was home to three mantuamakers, or dressmakers, from 1762-1813. They are typical of 18th Century urban women who worked...
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  • 200 S. Market St Ligonier, PA 15658-1242
    724-238-9701
    This reconstructed and restored fort is open to the public for self-guided tours. Fort Ligonier is considered to have the world's finest archeological artifacts from the French and Indian War.
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