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Historic Sites in Elverson, PA

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The Daniel Boone Homestead, located near Reading, Pennsylvania, is a state historic site which preserves a number of historic...

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Anthony Sadowski

Douglassville, PA

In memory of Anthony Sadowski Born c.1669 in Poland Died April 22, 1736 Whether or not he opened an Indian trading po... hmdb.org

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William Bird, Esq.

Monocacy Station, PA

Died November 16th 1761 Ironmaster at Hopewell [Furnace] and Birdsboro named for him In memory of William Bird, Esq. ... hmdb.org

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In Honor of Residents of South Coventry who served in World War II 1941 1945 *Michael Kopcho *Carrol E. Moses John C.... hmdb.org

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James Warren

Monocacy Station, PA

Departed this life April 7, 1776 Early settler and builder Village once known as Warrensburg hmdb.org

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Here on Nov. 2, 1734, Daniel Boone was born and lived until 1750. hmdb.org

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Headraces

Saint Peters, PA

Ahead of you is a large wooden trough called a flume, part of the west headrace. Water from surrounding Hopewell land... hmdb.org

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To commemorate the patriotism and perpetuate the names of those who served with honor in World War II [Died in servic... hmdb.org

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The Douglass Family

Monocacy Station, PA

Wealthy and influential colonial settlers. George Douglass built his family mansion here and also the White Horse Tav... hmdb.org

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In Honor of the Citizens of Baumstown and vicinity who served in World Wars 1 and 2 1917-1918 1941-1945 hmdb.org

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Dedicated to the veterans in this area who served our country with honor hmdb.org

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Anthracite Furnace

Saint Peters, PA

In 1853, the Hopewell partners built a hot-blast anthracite furnace here. This new furnace did not burn charcoal but ... hmdb.org

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Daniel Boone

Douglassville, PA

Famous pioneer and wilderness scout, who lived in this area his first 16 years. Born 3 miles northwest on site of Dan... hmdb.org

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Roll of Honor World War 1917-1918 [Died in service] Clymer Green J. William Lutz [Names of others who served follows]... hmdb.org

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St. Gabriels

Monocacy Station, PA

Site of 1st. church in Berks Co. Founded by Swedish Lutherans 1720 Changed to Prot. Episcopal 1760 hmdb.org

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Cooling Shed

Saint Peters, PA

Teamsters drove wagonloads of hot, newly made charcoal to this cooling shed. Paid by the load delivered, workers dump... hmdb.org

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Ironmaster's Garden

Saint Peters, PA

An elaborate arrangement of flowers, herbs, and fruits once decorated these terraces. Violets, poppies, roses, daffod... hmdb.org

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Charcoal Pit

Elverson, PA

Throughout surrounding hills are remains of hundreds of pits such as this one in front of you. Workers, or colliers, ... hmdb.org

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Hopewell Village

Birdsboro, PA

Hopewell Forge, 1744, and Furnace, 1770, were seven miles south. The furnace and the remains of an iron making commun... hmdb.org

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Warwick Furnace

Saint Peters, PA

Built 1737 by Anna Nutt and Co. Made first Franklin stoves, 1742. Supplied shot and cannon for American revolutionist... hmdb.org

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