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Historic Sites in Phoenixville, PA

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Considered by many to be the birthplace of the United States Army, Valley Forge and its 1777-1778 winter encampmen...


who served, suffered and sacrificed during the Valley Forge encampment, 1776-1778 "Throughout these historic and hall...


The Paper Mill House, built c. 1770 is history museum of Newtown Township (Newtown Square), PA. The 1st floor is f...



Wayne, PA

has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior



Pottstown, PA

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



Valley Forge, PA

This class C/F FORMER iron forge community is now a National Historic Park and lies adjacent to the current s... history.rootsweb


Since its beginning in 1884, the purpose of Historical Society of Montgomery County is the preservation of the history of Mon...


Capt'n. Benjamin Bartholomew was born in Great Valley in the County of Chester State of Pennsylvania February 16th an...


To Marylanders Who Served Here Col. Tench Tilghman, Confidential Aide to Washington, who wrote:--- -- formerly of my ...


Perkiomen Bridge

Collegeville, PA

Built in 1799, it is one of the oldest bridges still in use in the State. A lottery was authorized by a 1797 law to r...


Camp Life

Malvern, PA

While on campaign, the armies tried to keep their baggage to a minimum, and tents required wagons. The British left m...


Revolutionary War officer; surveyor of western and northern State boundaries, 1784-87; Surveyor-General, 1809-13. Bor...



Southeastern, PA

Village of Goshenville ~c. 1704~ _______ Historic District National Register of Historic Places



Valley Forge, PA

This one room stone structure was built about 35 years after the encampment when the village of Valley Forge was expa...


Muhlenberg House

Collegeville, PA

In this house Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, great Lutheran leader, lived from 1776 until his death in 1787. His son Pete...


The Grand Parade

Valley Forge, PA

Cannon smoke clouds the fields below. A roar of muskets crisscrosses the Grand Parade as thousands of double-ranked t...


Organized in 1711 by Welsh families, it is the third oldest Baptist church in the State and the mother of eight nearb...


Officer’s Quarters

Valley Forge, PA

In contrast to soldiers’ log huts, officers’ quarters appear lavish. But the present houses look significantly differ...


Glover’s Brigade

Valley Forge, PA

Division -------------------- Glover’s Brigade Brig. General John Glover commanding 1st Massachusetts Infantry   Col....


Washington's Headquarters

Schwenksville, PA

At the house of Samuel Pennypacker, 377 yards northeast of this stone. This stone marks the camp of Washington's Army...

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