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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Carbon County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Carbon 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 Carbon County, PA (75) Lehigh County, PA (124) Luzerne County, PA (285) Monroe County, PA (92) Northampton County, PA (244) Schuylkill County, PA (70)  CarbonCounty(75) Carbon County (75)  LehighCounty(124) Lehigh County (124)  LuzerneCounty(285) Luzerne County (285)  MonroeCounty(92) Monroe County (92)  NorthamptonCounty(244) Northampton County (244)  SchuylkillCounty(70) Schuylkill County (70)
Jim Thorpe is the county seat for Carbon County
Adjacent to Carbon County, Pennsylvania
      Lehigh County (124)  
      Luzerne County (285)  
      Monroe County (92)  
      Northampton County (244)  
      Schuylkill County (70)  
 
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1Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — A Revolution in Canal Technology — 1838-1862
2Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — A Vigorous Youth
3Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Anthracite
4Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Benjamin Barge — Educator
5Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Carbon County
6Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Coal Transport in Mauch Chunk — 1792-1921
7Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Dams Made the Lehigh Canal — 1829-1951
8Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Exploring The Corridor — 1828-1932
9Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Exploring The Corridor — 1828-1932
10Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — From Mountain to Market — 1849 - 1942
11Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — From Rails to Trails
12Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — James Francis Thorpe — All-American
13Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — James Francis Thorpe — Gold Medalist — 1912 Olympics, Stockholm, Sweden —
14Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — James Francis Thorpe
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15Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Jim Thorpe (Wa-tho-huck) — 1888 - 1953 — "The Spirit of Thunder and Lightning" —
16Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Joe Boyle Plaza — Dedicated October 29, 1994
17Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Lehigh Gorge State Park
18Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Mauch Chunk Railroad Station
19Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Molly Maguire Executions
20Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — National War Savings Campaign of 1918
21Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Overcoming Geography — 1827-1937
22Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Packer Mansion
23Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Pioneer Pipeline
24Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Railroad Intersection
25Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — Romance in the Woods
26Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The 1912 Olympics
27Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Carlisle Years
28Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Dimmick House — Built 1871
29Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Mansion House — 1825-1929
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30Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Professional Sportsman
31Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Self Made Man — View his Life from his Home — 1805 - 1879 —
32Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — The Soldiers and Sailors Monument — Mauch Chunk World War II Honor Roll
33Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — This House (1844 A.D.)
34Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Jim Thorpe — World War II Honor Roll
35Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — American Maritime Veterans Memorial
36Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Colonel Jacob Weiss
37Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Colonel Jacob Weiss Monument
38Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Exploring the Corridor — 1828 - 1932
39Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — From Rails to Trails
40Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Gnadenhuetten
41Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Lehighton Area WWII Honored Dead Memorial
42Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Lehighton's Been Workin' on the Railroad!
43Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Military Working Dogs Memorial
44Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Veterans Memorial — Some Gave All • All Gave Some
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45Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Vietnam Era Veterans Memorial — Aug. 5, 1964 to May 7, 1975 — All Gave Some - Some Gave All —
46Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — War at Home Memorial — Michael C. Wargo — June 22, 1976 - May 20, 2013 —
47Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — Waterborne Veterans Memorial
48Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Lehighton — World War I Centennial Commemoration
49Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Parryville — Carl Wolter III Playground
50Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Parryville — Parryville Historic District
51Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Parryville — World War Memorial
52Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Backtrack Trestle — Renaissance Historic Site
53Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Five Mile Tree Crossover
54Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Old Presbyterian Cemetery — Renaissance Historic Site-Panther Valley
55Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Philip Ginder
56Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Philip Ginter
57Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Soldiers Monument
58Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — Switchback Railroad
59Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Summit Hill — World War I Memorial
60Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — A Revolution in Canal Technology — 1838-1862
61Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Disaster at Mud Run
62Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Eckley Miners’ Village — 1854
63Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Engineering Marvel
64Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Lehigh Gorge State Park
65Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Weatherly Civil War Memorial
66Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weatherly — Weatherly War Memorial
67Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Betty Mullen Brey — Road to the Olympics
68Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Exploring the Corridor — Weissport Lehigh Canal Park — 1828 -1932 —
69Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Fort Allen
70Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Fort Allen — 1756-1922
71Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Fort Allen Well
72Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — Jacob Weiss Memorial
73Pennsylvania, Carbon County, Weissport — The Hub in its Heyday — Weissport Lehigh Canal — 1829-1942 —
74Pennsylvania, Carbon County, White Haven — Hickory Run Boulder Field — Hickory Run State Park
75Pennsylvania, Carbon County, White Haven — River Ran Black — Lehigh Tannery Historic Site —
 
 
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Feb. 4, 2023