“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lancaster County, PA (437) Berks County, PA (270) Chester County, PA (295) Dauphin County, PA (295) Lebanon County, PA (78) York County, PA (377) Cecil County, MD (181) Harford County, MD (198)  LancasterCounty(437) Lancaster County (437)  BerksCounty(270) Berks County (270)  ChesterCounty(295) Chester County (295)  DauphinCounty(295) Dauphin County (295)  LebanonCounty(78) Lebanon County (78)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)  CecilCountyMaryland(181) Cecil County (181)  HarfordCounty(198) Harford County (198)
Lancaster is the county seat for Lancaster County
Adjacent to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
      Berks County (270)  
      Chester County (295)  
      Dauphin County (295)  
      Lebanon County (78)  
      York County (377)  
      Cecil County, Maryland (181)  
      Harford County, Maryland (198)  
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1Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown — Adamstown & Vicinity Veterans Memorial
2Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown — Kagerise Store and House
3Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown — V.F.W. Post 8795 Veterans Memorial
4Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Atglen — Mercer’s Mill Covered Bridge (1880) — East Octoraro #2
5Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Bart Township — A Stream for Steam — The Atglen & Susquehanna in Bart Township
6Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Bart Township — Bartshire
7Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Caernarvon Township — Bangor Episcopal Church
8Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Caernarvon Township — The Caernarvon Presbyterian Church
9Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Caernarvon Township — The Edward Davies House
10Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Christiana — Christiana Riot Monument
11Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Christiana — East Octoraro #1 Bridge (1910-2020)
12Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Christiana — Philadelphia & Columbia Railroad Bridge at Pine Creek, Circa 1830
13Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Clay Township — The Nanticoke Indian Tribe
14Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Colerain Township — William C. Sproul
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15Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — "The Returned Soldier" — Dedicated May 30th 1928
16Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — 9/11 Remembrance
17Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Central National Bank of Columbia
18Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia
19Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia
20Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia and Its Railroads
21Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia Bank & Bridge Company
22Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia Fire Company
23Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia Market House
24Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia Underground Railroad Heritage
25Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia Veterans Memorial
26Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Columbia: a Transportation Hub — Lancaster-York Heritage Region — Susquehanna River Water Trail —
27Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — First English Evangelical Church
28Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — First National Bank
29Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — John Houston Mifflin Homestead
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30Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Keystone Hook & Ladder Company
31Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Lincoln Highway
32Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Lloyd Mifflin House — Built 1864 - Restored 1972
33Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Odd Fellows Hall
34Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station
35Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Prelude to Gettysburg / A Desperate Plan
36Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Railroads During the Civil War — Rivertowns — Civil War Trails —
37Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Samuel & Lillian Evans Homestead
38Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Samuel Wright — Born May 12, 1754 ~ Died September 7, 1811
39Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Schroeder & Hinkle Pharmacy
40Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Shannon Armory
41Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — 'Squire Stover
42Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Susquehannock Apartments — 146 Locust Street
43Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — The Old Columbia Public Grounds Co. — "River Park"
44Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — U.S. Submarine Veterans — World War II
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45Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Wright's Ferry Mansion
46Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Zeamer's Pharmacy
47Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia — Zion Hill Cemetery
48Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Columbia, Ironville — Ironville Fire Company
49Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga — Bird Watching Platform
50Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga — Houses for Employees of the Safe Harbor Iron Works
51Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga — Port of Lancaster
52Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga Township — Conestoga
53Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga Township — Iron Works
54Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga Township — Justices met for the first time in Lancaster County and held several Courts of Justice
55Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conestoga Township — The Cost of Dynamite — The Atglen & Susquehanna in Conestoga Township
56Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conoy Township — Conoy Indian Town
57Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conoy Township — River Brethren
58Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Conoy Township — Samuel S. Haldeman — (1812 - 1880)
59Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Denver — Veterans Memorial
60Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Drumore — Parks are for People
61Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — Bucher's Mill Covered Bridge (1881) — Cocalico #2
62Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — East Cocalico Township Korean War Memorial
63Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — East Cocalico Township Vietnam War Memorial
64Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — East Cocalico Township World War II Memorial
65Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — Memorial Park of Reamstown
66Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — Pioneer Settler / Founder of Reamstown
67Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — Reamstown — 1760 - 2010
68Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — The American Indian and the American Soldier
69Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Cocalico Township — Veterans Friendship Memorial
70Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — Donegal Presbyterian Church
71Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — 199 — Donegal Presbyterian Church — American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site
72Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — Honor Roll
73Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — In honor of those who served in the World War
74Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — In honor of those who served our country in Korea & Vietnam
75Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — Simon Cameron
76Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — The Witness Tree — Donegal Presbyterian Church
77Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Donegal Township — The Witness Tree Monument — Donegal Presbyterian Church
78Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Drumore Township — Drumore Township Illustrious Americans
79Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Hempfield Township — Lancaster County's "Old Sycamore" — (Platanus Occidentalis)
80Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Hempfield Township — Landis Mill Covered Bridge (1873) — Little Conestoga #1
81Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Lampeter Township — Soudersburg Methodist Church
82Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Lampeter Township — The Willows Covered Bridge — Built c. 1855
83Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, East Lampeter Township — Witmer's Tavern
84Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Eden Township — A Job on the A & S — The Atglen & Susquehanna in Eden Township
85Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Eden Township — The Atglen & Susquehanna Low Grade — The Pennsylvania Railroad's Dedicated Freight Road
86Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabeth Township — Hopewell Forge Mansion
87Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabeth Township — Site of Peter Grubb's Upper Hopewell Iron Forge
88Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Barnabas and Elizabeth Hughes
89Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Changes in Elizabethtown
90Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Design of Elizabethtown
91Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Elizabeth Area Veterans Memorial
92Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Elizabethtown — Carrier of Change
93Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Grist Mill Process
94Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — In Memoriam
95Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Industry in Elizabethtown
96Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Jacob Gottwals Francis (1870-1958)
97Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Mary Zug Francis (1870-1958)
98Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Millstone Plaza History
99Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — Nissley / Kobel Historic Cemetery
100Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Elizabethtown — The Brethren

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Feb. 6, 2023