Hallowed Grounds in York PA

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  • 152 E. Market St. York, PA 17401-1219
    717-848-1587
    Built in 1840, this three-story dwelling was purchased by artist and prominent Yorker Horace Bonham in 1875. With its original Bonham-family furnishings and period rooms, the restored house is an...
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  • 157 W. Market St. York, PA 17401-1314
    717-845-2951
    Political intrigue, tavern life and a family home - all available in a single visit to this site on the corner of West Market Street and North Pershing Avenue in downtown York. These three...
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  • W. College Ave. & S. Pershing Avenue York, PA 17404
    The former location of the York Fair and the U.S. Army Hospital during the Civil War, Penn Commons Park is a beautifully restored greenway that features a tennis court, playground and pavilion. The...
  • 700 N. George St York, PA 17404-2528
  • West Commons and South Pershing Avenues York, PA 17404
    Marked by granite-metal figures, this memorial is dedicated to the men who fought in the Civil War. The memorial is located in Penn Commons Park.
  • 14 W. Market St York, PA 17401-1215
    717-846-6452
    This larger than life outdoor mural pays tribute to William Goodridge, one of the most prominent stationmasters on the Underground Railroad. A prominent African-American businessman in York,...
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  • 135 W. Philadelphia St. York, PA 17403-5307
    717-848-4000
    The Friends Meeting House, built in 1769, is the oldest house of worship in York. Visitors are welcome any time to view the interior, which is changed little from when it was built.
  • Southeast Quadrant Continental Square York, PA 17401
    In 1863 York became the largest Northern town occupied by the Confederate Army.
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