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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pike County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Pike County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Pike County, PA (102) Monroe County, PA (92) Wayne County, PA (86) Sussex County, NJ (91) Orange County, NY (519) Sullivan County, NY (150)  PikeCounty(102) Pike County (102)  MonroeCounty(92) Monroe County (92)  WayneCounty(86) Wayne County (86)  SussexCountyNew Jersey(91) Sussex County (91)  OrangeCountyNew York(519) Orange County (519)  SullivanCounty(150) Sullivan County (150)
Milford is the county seat for Pike County
Adjacent to Pike County, Pennsylvania
      Monroe County (92)  
      Wayne County (86)  
      Sussex County, New Jersey (91)  
      Orange County, New York (519)  
      Sullivan County, New York (150)  
 
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1Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap — Smithfield Beach
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south. The park has places to . . . Map (db m87113) HM
2Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area — Park Headquarters
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south. The park has places . . . Map (db m87106) HM
3Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area — Bushkill Meeting Center
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south. The park has places to . . . Map (db m87108) HM
4Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — This National Park Is Our Home — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area — Smithfield Beach —
Clean, free flowing rivers create unique and valuable ecosystems. Riffles, runs, and pools in the main channel of the Delaware River provide a variety of aquatic habitats. Dense underwater plant beds shelter game fish, minnows, and darters. Buried . . . Map (db m87131) HM
5Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Village of Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
The first recorded European settler in this area was a Spaniard named Manuel Gonzales, who reached here around 1750. Subsequent settlers built a tavern, a gristmill, and other facilities, so that by 1820, Bushkill could be called a village. It had . . . Map (db m87111) HM
6Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Wild & Scenic River — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area — Smithfield Beach —
The Delaware River is the longest undammed river east of the Mississippi. Three segments-Upper, Middle, and Lower---flow unimpeded 330 miles from Hancock, New York, to the Delaware Bay. Congress designated the Middle Delaware National Scenic and . . . Map (db m87134) HM
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7Pennsylvania (Pike County), Dingmans Ferry — Dingman's Ferry
Here was located one of the earliest ferries across the Delaware. Andrew Dingman in 1750 built the flatboat he used as a ferry with his own hand axe. Dingman was one of the pioneer settlers.Map (db m76379) HM
8Pennsylvania (Pike County), Dingmans Ferry — George W. Childs Park
Attracted by its natural beauty and wildlife, philanthropist George W. Childs purchased this land in 1892. He developed a public park because he believed everyone, not just wealthy landowners, should be able to experience and appreciate being . . . Map (db m194290) HM
9Pennsylvania (Pike County), Dingmans Ferry — Harnessing the Creek
Before steam or gas engines, people relied on water to generate power. Falling water spun turbines to provide power to all sorts of machines. Water-powered mills could grind flour, saw wood, or even pulp paper. Dingmans Creek boasted a dozen mills . . . Map (db m194289) HM
10Pennsylvania (Pike County), Dingmans Ferry — Roosevelt's Tree Army
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) employed young men in the 1930s during the Great Depression. Across the country, CCC crews built park buildings, planted billions of trees, constructed roads, and fought wildfires. The program provided economic . . . Map (db m194292) HM
11Pennsylvania (Pike County), Dingmans Ferry — Woodland Paradise
George W. Childs designed his park according to contemporary ideals, especially the belief that nature and natural scenery are restorative. At a time when cities were crowded, dirty, and dominated by industry, public parks were places where everyone . . . Map (db m194288) HM
12Pennsylvania (Pike County), Greeley — Sylvania Colony
The site of Horace Greeley’s Utopian colony modeled on Brook Farm and the ideas of Fourier, French Socialist, was located here. Based on common property holding and equal labor, it failed in 1845 after July frosts had killed all crops.Map (db m23684) HM
13Pennsylvania (Pike County), Greentown — Promised Land's First Ranger Station
Thousands of park patrons once walked down this path to the Promised Land Ranger Station. The building originally served as both the park office and residence for the Forest Ranger assigned to Promised Land. This area became the heart of park . . . Map (db m188884) HM
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14Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — 9/11 Memorial — God Bless America
Our community mourns the loss of those who perished during the terrorist attacks carried out on U. S. soil on September 11, 2001. We remember their sacrifice as well as that of their families and friends— from all walks of life . . . Map (db m121659) HM
15Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Bingham Park
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16Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Daniels' Farmhouse at New Castle — Delaware & Hudson Canal Park at Lock 31
Much had been written about the Delaware & Hudson Canal but unfortunately, that is not the case for this building, especially its early years. According to Phineas Goodrich in his 1880 book, History of Wayne County, Pennsylvania, . . . Map (db m122239) HM
17Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Daniels Farmhouse, D&H Canal Park at Lock 31 Towpath Trail and Riverside Trail — "The D&H" Railroad and Canal — Hawley Mile Marker 367 —
This historic building dates to the early 1800s and was built using post and beam construction. In 1821 it was owned by Russell Daniels and was called the Daniels Farm. The Delaware & Hudson Canal was built directly behind the house; Lock 31 was . . . Map (db m122297) HM
18Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Delaware & Hudson Canal Company Boat Outline
The wooden stakes with white rope in front of you, show the size of a D & H Canal Co. boat after 1850, when they were eighty-nine feet long and fourteen and a half feet wide. At the stern (back end) was a small cabin which was about twelve by . . . Map (db m122225) HM
19Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Facts about the Delaware & Hudson Canal 1828-1898 — Delaware & Hudson Canal Park at Lock 31
It took nearly three years (spring of 1826 to fall of 1828) to build the Delaware & Hudson Canal primarily with German, Scotch, and Irish immigrant labor with the help of horses, hand tools and unpredictable black powder. Dynamite and matches . . . Map (db m122221) HM
20Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — Pennsylvania's Delaware & Hudson Canal Park at Lock 31 — Delaware & Hudson Canal Park at Lock 31
Locks raise and lower canal boats where the elevation of the land changes. The 972 feet elevation difference between Honesdale, PA on the left side of the blue diagram below, and Kingston, NY on the right side, is drawn using 108 steps. Each . . . Map (db m122270) HM
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21Pennsylvania (Pike County), Hawley — War Memorial
In honor of those who died for their country They gave their today for our tomorrow Dedicated Nov. 13, 1960 V.F.W. 5823Map (db m121651) WM
22Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Battle of Minisink
July 22, 1779, 300 Tories and Indians led by Joseph Brant, Mohawk chief, were attacked near Lackawaxen by some 175 settlers. Brant was returning from raiding New York settlements. All but 25 of the patriots were killed. Brant escaped.Map (db m23632) HM
23Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Breaking the Ice
Look down at the massive icebreakers protecting the aqueduct's piers. John Roebling designed these plow-like structures to break up ice and deflect debris that flows down the Delaware. In some winters, ice may build up to six feet thick. This . . . Map (db m121411) HM
24Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Canal Era Landscape — Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania 1880s
Lackawaxen was an isolated area before the Delaware & Hudson Canal was completed in 1828. Within 20 years the canal company had enlarged the canal and built two new aqueducts in Lackawaxen to improve the efficiency and capacity of its operation. . . . Map (db m193658) HM
25Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Conflicts with Timber Rafts
Remains of the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company's 16-foot-high slackwater dam are visible upstream (before you). It was built in 1828 to form a pool of deep, slow-moving water, which allowed canal boats to safely cross the river. Conflicts . . . Map (db m193660) HM
26Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Ecker-Haupt War Memorial
. . . Map (db m121227) WM
27Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct
Imagine boats traveling above the river here. After 1848, 50-ton canal boats crossed over the Delaware River at this site. Chief canal engineer Russel F. Lord and civil engineer John A. Roebling designed and built this suspension aqueduct . . . Map (db m121303) HM
28Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Sylvania Colony
The site of Horace Greeley’s Utopian colony modeled on Brook Farm and the ideas of Fourier, French Socialist, was located here. Based on common property holding and equal labor, it failed in 1845 after July frosts had killed all crops.Map (db m23682) HM
29Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Unknown Soldier — Revolutionary War
Killed in the Battle of Minisink July 22 1779Map (db m121449) WM
30Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Veterans Memorial — God Bless America
Humbly and Gratefully Dedicated to The United States of America's Armed Forces We honor all who have served our great nation and ask you, remember mothers, fathers, wives husbands, children, family and friends, they too pay the . . . Map (db m121563) WM
31Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lackawaxen — Zane Grey — (1872 – 1939)
The prolific author of western novels lived on this property, 1905-1918. Among his books written here was the famed “Riders of the Purple Sage” (1912). He had a lifelong love for this area, and his remains now rest within view of the house.Map (db m23642) HM
32Pennsylvania (Pike County), Lords Valley — Wyoming-Minisink Path
The highway here follows closely the route of the Delaware Indian trail from Minisink Island to Wyoming. Refugees from the Massacre of Wyoming, 1778, camped by the “boiling” spring, which may be seen in the woods a few yards SW of here.Map (db m23643) HM
33Pennsylvania (Pike County), Matamoras — Delaware River
Called Lennape Wihittuck by native Lenni Lennape Indians. Lamasepose or Great Fishkill by early Dutch settlers.Map (db m24480) HM
34Pennsylvania (Pike County), Matamoras — Mid-Delaware
Name given to present bridge erected 1939. Other bridges destroyed by ice gorge March 17, 1875 and flood of October 10, 1903.Map (db m24482) HM
35Pennsylvania (Pike County), Matamoras — Old Stone Fort
Sometimes referred to as Fort Matamoras, this stone structure was built about 1740 by Simon Westfael, one of the earliest Dutch settlers in the region. It was a refuge from Indians in days of frontier warfare.Map (db m193388) HM
36Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — "Grey Towers" — Gifford Pinchot Home
Has been designated a Registered National Historical Landmark This site possesses National significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America 1963 This site administered by Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture . . . Map (db m76374) HM
37Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — 800 Broad Street — c. 1840 — Milford Downtown Historic District #419 —
[Title is text] ———————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2017Map (db m202286) HM
38Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — 801 Broad Street — c. 1840 — Milford Downtown Historic District #416 —
[Title is text]Map (db m202284) HM
39Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Anthony Brooks Building — c.1850 — Milford Downtown Historic District #9 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189033) HM
40Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Benjamin Alden Bidlack
This monument with the following inscription is designed from the one erected by the Americans of Bogata U.S. Columbia. The Americans in Bogata erect this monument, to the memory of their late-friend & countryman. The Hon. Benj. . . . Map (db m108655) HM
41Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Broad Street Bridge — 1867 — Milford Downtown Historic District #417 —
[Title is text]Map (db m202282) HM
42Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Centre Square Drinking Fountain — Milford National Historic District-Registered 1998 — Historic Preservation Trust of Pike County —
Sculpted from blocks of bluestone in 1911 for the Village Improvement Association. This fountain was erected originally at curbside, to provide drinking water to horses in front, pedestrians in back and dogs on either side.Map (db m89641) HM
43Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — 1948 — Charles S. Peirce
The noted philosopher, logician, scientist and founder of pragmatism lived in this house from 1887 until his death in 1914. America's most original philosopher and greatest logician, a great part of his work was written here.Map (db m32252) HM
44Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Civil War Memorial
In memory of Civil War Men who served from Pike Co. Penna. [Honor Roll of Veterans] [Dedicated] 11 November 1938Map (db m188954) WM
45Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Commercial Building — c.1900 — Milford Downtown Historic District #4 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189069) HM
46Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Cornelius Bull Law Office — 1845 — Milford Downtown Historic District #20 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189022) HM
47Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Dimmick House — 1856 — Milford Downtown Historic District #1 —
[Title is text]Map (db m188957) HM
48Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Domestic Dwelling — c.1860 — Milford Downtown Historic District #340 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189122) HM
49Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Dr. Wm. B. Kenworthey House — 1898 — Milford Downtown Historic District #51 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189014) HM
50Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Ebenezer Warner House — 1889 — Milford Downtown Historic District #54 —
[Title is text] ————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2017Map (db m189015) HM
51Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Emerson Drug Store — 1889 — Milford Downtown Historic District #62 —
This building was originally located next to the Hotel Fauchere and moved to this location c.1902. It served as drug store and physician's office for Dr. Henry Everett Emerson.Map (db m188992) HM
52Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — First National Bank of Milford, Pa — 1929 — Milford Downtown Historic District #68 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189016) HM
53Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — First Presbyterian Church — 1874 — Milford Downtown Historic District #67 —
[Title is text] ———————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2017Map (db m188986) HM
54Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Forest Hall — 1906 — Milford Downtown Historic District #71 —
. . . Map (db m189135) HM
55Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Gifford Pinchot
The noted forester, conservationist and Governor of Pennsylvania two terms in 1923-27, 1931-35, had his ancestral home at Gray Towers, Milford. He is buried in this cemetery. Born in Connecticut, 1865. Died on October 4, 1946.Map (db m23723) HM
56Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Gifford Pinchot — (1865-1946)
Noted forester, conservationist and progressive leader. Chief, 1898-1910, U.S. Forest Service (as renamed in 1905 ). Governor of Pennsylvania, two terms, 1923-1927 & 1931-1935. His first term brought major governmental reorganization. His second . . . Map (db m89520) HM
57Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Gifford Pinchot
The noted forester, conservationist and Governor of Pennsylvania two terms in 1923-27; 1931-35, had his ancestral home at Gray Towers, Milford. Born in Connecticut, 1865 of a long line of pioneers of this region. Died Oct. 4, 1946.Map (db m193426) HM
58Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Gregory's Midtown Garage — c.1860 — Milford Downtown Historic District #64 —
[Title is text]Map (db m188991) HM
59Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Historic Swimming Pool and Terrace
The swimming pool (1923 - 1925) was one of the first landscape features added by Gifford and Cornelia Pinchot when they moved into Grey Towers. It was designed by family friend and designed Chester Aldrich of Delano & Aldrich, who incorporated many . . . Map (db m76377) HM
60Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — History of Milford — Rotary International Centennial 1905-2005
The original inhabitants of the area were the Minisink clan of the Lenape people. The Dutch came in the mid-1600s seeking precious metals. The first English settled here in 1731, attracted by the Vandermark and Sawkill creeks as a source of power . . . Map (db m188965) HM
61Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Hotel Fauchθre
First established in 1852 as a summer hotel, its restaurant received widespread recognition for innovative French cuisine under the management of Louis Fauchθre, master chef at New York City’s famed Delmonico’s Restaurant. He introduced fine . . . Map (db m193427) HM
62Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — John A. Friedline House — 1814 — Milford Downtown Historic District #16 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189028) HM
63Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — John H. Wallace House — 1855 — Milford Downtown Historic District #14 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189031) HM
64Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Jonathan Brink House — c.1826 — Milford Downtown Historic District #69 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189118) HM
65Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Judge John Biddis — 1749-1820
In honor of Judge John Biddis founder of Milford, Pennsylvania in 1796. He named Milford after a town in Wales, the home of his ancestors. Judge Biddis was one of the first four circuit judges appointed by the Governor of Pennsylvania. Assigned to . . . Map (db m89640) HM
66Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Merritt A. Quinn
In memory of Merritt A. Quinn and his descendants. He was a milkman in Milford from 1910-1960Map (db m189116) HM
67Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Metz Ice Plant c. 1869
The Metz Ice Plant is significant for its long history as a water-powered industrial site. Originally built as a gristmill along the Sawkill Creek, successive owners converted the building and related machinery to produce wheels, wheel spokes, . . . Map (db m202863) HM
68Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford — East Stroudsburg 33
Named for old town in Wales formerly called Wells Ferry founded 1767Map (db m23727) HM
69Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford Borough Building — 1899 — Milford Downtown Historic District #59 —
In 1899, E.S. Wolfe used native bluestone to build Milford Borough a town meeting room, firehouse, and jail. Today this impressive hall continues to serve the community.Map (db m189072) HM
70Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford Dispatch Building — 1915 — Milford Downtown Historic District #57 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189071) HM
71Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford High School — In commemoration of
[bas relief of high school building] Accredited by Department of Public Instruction 1892 - 1956 Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools 1928 - 1956 Merged with Matamoras High School 1956 to form Delaware . . . Map (db m189070) HM
72Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford School — 1903 — Milford Downtown Historic District #337 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189144) HM
73Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford United Methodist Church — 1864 — Milford Downtown Historic District #284 —
[Title is text] ———————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2017Map (db m202281) HM
74Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Milford Water Company — c.1860 — Milford Downtown Historic District #12 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189067) HM
75Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Normandy Cottage — 1903 — Milford Downtown Historic District #24 —
[Title is text] ———————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2016Map (db m188983) HM
76Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Old Milford Post Office — 1863 — Milford Downtown Historic District #72 —
. . . Map (db m189140) HM
77Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Old Stone Courthouse — 1814 — Milford Downtown Historic District #48 —
Built 1814-15 Courts of Pike County 1815-1874 First Church service of First Presbyterian Church 1823 The Methodist Church 1826 The Episcopal Church 1866 Pike County Jail 1816.Map (db m89643) HM
78Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Pike County
Formed March 26, 1814 from Wayne County and named for Zebulon M. Pike. Its bluestone and lumber, carried by D & H Canal and by Erie R.R., helped build our nation. Famed for its natural beauty. Near Milford, the county seat, is Gov. Pinchot's Grey . . . Map (db m32168) HM
79Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Pike County Court House — 1874 — Milford Downtown Historic District #50 —
[Title is text]Map (db m188956) HM
80Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Pinchot Homestead/Community House — Milford Downtown Historic District #23 —
Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2017Map (db m188953) HM
81Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Pinchot-Sum House — c.1862 — Milford Downtown Historic District #19 —
[Title is text] ————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2018Map (db m189023) HM
82Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Reverend Vincent J. Mahon — Born: January 5, 1896 • Died: July 10, 1984 — Ordained: July 18, 1920 —
This placque [sic] is a sincere and loving tribute to Father Vincent J. Mahon. It is an acknowledgement of his dedication as the first resident pastor of St. Patrick's 1946 - 1972 Father Mahon's work in St. Patrick's was magnificent! His . . . Map (db m189113) HM
83Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
Dedicated in honor and memory of the Soldiers and Sailors from Pike County, Pennsylvania who answered our country's call to arms in wars of our nationMap (db m89642) WM
84Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Sugar Maple — (Acer saccharum)
One of the oldest trees on the estate, this giant sugar maple was planted in the late 1800s by General William Tecumseh Sherman, a friend of James Pinchot and frequent house guest. We don't tap this tree, but did you know it takes 32 - 40 gallons . . . Map (db m108608) HM
85Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Terwilliger House — 1880 — Milford Downtown Historic District #40 —
[Title is text] ————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2021Map (db m189006) HM
86Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Bait Box — Built: 1923-1926
Original Use: Built as a playhouse for Gifford and Cornelia Pinchot's only child, Gifford Bryce Pinchot, the Bait Box is a stone and frame structure that, in later years, served as a tea room for Cornelia. Named for the family's love of . . . Map (db m189924) HM
87Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Brown Building — 1888 — Milford Downtown Historic District #61 —
Erected by A.D. and B.C. Brown. The First National Bank opened here in July 1900. Brown's Hall on the third floor hosted many community functions. Having served Milford as a retail center for over a century, it is now known as the . . . Map (db m188933) HM
88Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Eagle and Eaglet — c.1900 — Milford Downtown Historic District #39 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189004) HM
89Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Emerson House — 1902 — Milford Downtown Historic District #38 —
[Title is text] ————————————— Tom Hoff Stewardship Medallion 2018Map (db m188993) HM
90Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Finger Bowl
This outdoor dining pool was the inspired idea of Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, wife of Governor Pinchot.Cornelia worked closely with New York architect William Lawrence Bottomley in the early 1930's to design an intimate social setting for discussing . . . Map (db m76378) HM
91Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Letter Box — Built 1926-1927
Original Use: When Governor Pinchot worked in residence, the Letter Box housed his clerical staff. Other political activities, such as the planning of campaign and meeting with constituents, took place in this building, thus isolating the . . . Map (db m76375) HM
92Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — The Milford Theater — 1911 — Milford Downtown Historic District #243 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189110) HM
93Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Van Etten Building — c.1912 — Milford Downtown Historic District #30 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189143) HM
94Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Wallace Building / Masonic Hall — c.1830 — Milford Downtown Historic District #11 —
[Title is text]Map (db m189064) HM
95Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — World War Memorial — 1917 • 1919
To honor those of Pike County who served in the World War [Died in service] Clarence Dailey • Tracy K. Decker • Benjamin L. DeVore Robert J. Eckweiler • Conrad Eggenberger • Haled Fuller Edwin J. Kellogg • William J. Marsche • . . . Map (db m188955) WM
96Pennsylvania (Pike County), Milford — Wyoming-Minisink Path
Here an important Indian trail connecting the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers ascended Indian Point to Powwow Hill. the path was used by Delaware Indians in their migration to the Wyoming Valley, and later by Connecticut settlers.Map (db m76380) HM
97Pennsylvania (Pike County), Shohola — Civil War Prison Train Wreck
On July 15, 1864, an Erie Railroad train carrying 833 Confederate prisoners and 128 Union guards to the prison camp at Elmira, N.Y., collided with a coal train between Shohola and Lackawaxen. About 48 prisoners and 17 guards were killed. Survivors, . . . Map (db m23631) HM
98Pennsylvania (Pike County), Wilsonville — Boating on Lake Wallenpaupack — Wallenpaupack Lake Trail
[Historic post card photo captions, clockwise from left, read] • White Beauty View, Lake Wallenpaupack 1939 • Sunset at Pep's Inn and Village • Sailing on Wallenpaupack • Seeley's Landing, Lake Wallenpaupack • Dock at White Beauty . . . Map (db m163850) HM
99Pennsylvania (Pike County), Wilsonville — Farm Land to Lake — Wallenpaupack Lake Trail
Most of the land in and around Pike and Wayne Counties in the early 1920's was farms and woodlands. After the dam was completed, the fertile farm land disappeared as the lake began to fill. The wooded land was logged, and the lumber sold to area . . . Map (db m163852) HM
100Pennsylvania (Pike County), Wilsonville — History of Wilsonville, PA — Wallenpaupack Lake Trail
The town of Wilsonville, which was once the county seat, was located under where Lake Wallenpaupack is today. It was named for James Wilson, a U.S. Supreme Court Justice and signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Although . . . Map (db m163848) HM

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