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Historic Sites in Freeland, PA

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Eckely was one of hundreds of small company mining towns, or "patches," built in the anthracite region of...


Sugarloaf Massacre

Sugarloaf, PA

After an unsuccessful attack on Fort Augusta, Indians and Tories surprise a detachment of Northumberland Co. militia ...


Dedicate to the honor and sacrifice of our men and women who served their country. "Let none forget they gave their a...


White Haven

White Haven, PA

Named for Josiah White (1781-1850) whose Lehigh Navigation system was vital to coal and lumber transport. This was th...


Honor Roll of St. Joseph’s Parish Rev. Leo Kroner, Pastor Killed in Action *Salvick, John J.      *Saferanko, Andrew ...


Lattimer Massacre

Lattimer, PA

Near here at Harwood, on Sept. 10, 1897, immigrant coal miners on strike began a march for higher wages and equal rig...


Organized in 1882 by the Rev. Ignatius Jascovich, pioneer Slovak Catholic priest, St. Joseph's is the oldest Slovak R...


The first Slovak Evangelical Lutheran congregation in the Western Hemisphere was organized mainly by Michael Zemany, ...


Near this spot occurred The Sugarloaf Massacre On September 11, 1780 a detachment of Captain John van Etten's Company...


Come tour this lovely Italianate villa that was the mansion of railroad tycoon and philanthropist Asa Packer. The h...


The Old Jail Museum

Jim Thorpe, PA

1871 jail used until 1995 where seven accused Molly Maguires were hanged. See the mysterious handprint of innocenc...


Forty Fort

Luzerne, PA

Named for the forty Connecticut settlers of 1769. Begun in 1770. The Wyoming Massacre followed its surrender to Maj. ...


Asa Packer Mansion

Jim Thorpe, PA

Mary Packer Cummings willed the mansion and all its contents to the county in 1912 and the home has been ...


Carbon County

Jim Thorpe, PA

Formed March 13, 1843 from Northampton and Monroe counties. Carbon is the basic element of this area's rich deposits ...


Concrete City

Nanticoke, PA

Notable for early use of International Style architectural concepts in creating model industrial housing. Located ¼ -...


Wilkes-Barre Fort

Wilkes Barre, PA

Completed 1778, Inclosing the courthouse of the Connecticut county of Westmoreland. Surrendered with Forty Fort to th...


Prominent Pennsylvania Republican politician and public official. Elected Luzerne County District Attorney, 1919-1926...


Daniel J. Flood

Wilkes Barre, PA

US Congressman from Pa. 11th District, 1944 to 1980. His seniority on the House Appropriations Committee and knowledg...


Fort Wyoming Mobilization Camp of Sullivan's Army June 23 - July 31 1779

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