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Historic Sites in Keffers, PA

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Pilger Ruh

Bethel, PA

1742 Pilger Ruh (Pilgram's Rest) Named by Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf who with Conrad Weiser and Morvavian M...


Union Canal

Jonestown, PA

Following the Swatara Creek from Pine Grove to main line of the Canal at Water Works was a Feeder Branch. It was in u...


Founded by German immigrants who settled as early as 1729. Initially served by traveling missionaries including John ...



Aristes, PA

Though its exact cause has been disputed, the fire underneath Centralia, Pennsylvania ignited sometime in 196...


The mission of Lebanon County Historical Society is to collect, exhibit, interpret, preserve, and publish the history of the ...


GAR Building

Wiconisco, PA

Built 1852 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interio...


John Siney

Port Carbon, PA

Pioneering labor organizer and leader of the Workingmen’s Benevolent Association (WBA) of Schuylkill County, a union ...


The Society Library will open for the season on Wednesday, April 6, 2011. Volunteers will be on hand to help pa...


Mahanoy Plane

Frackville, PA

Critical to the Pa. anthracite industry, this inclined plane railroad transported coal from the Mahanoy Valley up the...


Schuylkill Canal

Port Carbon, PA

The 108-mile canal from Philadelphia linked this region's anthracite coal fields with industrial markets along the U....


Pottsville Maroons

Port Carbon, PA

The legendary team played as a member of the National Football League here, 1925-28. In 1925 the Maroons compiled a r...


On June 21, 1877, six "Molly Maguires," an alleged secret society of Irish mine-workers, were hanged here. Pinkerton ...


Schuylkill County

Port Carbon, PA

Formed March 1, 1811 out of Northampton and Berks counties. Parts of Columbia and Luzerne counties added 1818. The na...


Burd Patterson

Port Carbon, PA

Anthracite pioneer. He developed slope method for mining below water table, 1835. His Pottsville Furnace was the firs...


A stevedore training program was established in 1942 at Fort Indiantown Gap. Soldiers were trained to load and unload...


Co-laborer of Jacob Albright in founding of Evangelical Church, born 1791, died 1818, is buried in this cemetery. An ...


Union Forge

Jonestown, PA

Site of a charcoal iron forge begun about 1782 by Curtis Grubb, owner of Cornwall Iron Furnace, a major user of Cornw...


Fort Swatara

Jonestown, PA

Originally built by Peter Hedrick, 1755. The stockaded blockhouse was improved in early 1756 by Capt. Frederick Smith...


Widespread job loss in Pennsylvania’s anthracite region in the late 19th century led many Ashland "boys" to seek empl...

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