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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...



Pottstown, PA

This Property is Listed in The NATIONAL REGISTER of HISTORIC PLACES By The United States Department of the Interior


Trek through the meadows, forests, and valleys in which the young Daniel Boone learned to hunt and survive. Bring a...


Ironmaster's Garden

Saint Peters, PA

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


Hopewell Village

Birdsboro, PA

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


Warwick Furnace

Saint Peters, PA

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



Saint Peters, PA

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


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


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


James Warren

Monocacy Station, PA

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


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


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


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


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 ...


The Douglass Family

Monocacy Station, PA

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


Charcoal Kilns

Saint Peters, PA

In the mid-1800s, brick ovens or kilns were built here in an attempt to modernize the charcoal-making process. Believ...


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. ...


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


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...


St. Gabriels

Monocacy Station, PA

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

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