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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Northampton County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Northampton 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 Northampton County, PA (244) Bucks County, PA (254) Carbon County, PA (75) Lehigh County, PA (124) Monroe County, PA (92) Warren County, NJ (122)  NorthamptonCounty(244) Northampton County (244)  BucksCounty(254) Bucks County (254)  CarbonCounty(75) Carbon County (75)  LehighCounty(124) Lehigh County (124)  MonroeCounty(92) Monroe County (92)  WarrenCountyNew Jersey(122) Warren County (122)
Easton is the county seat for Northampton County
Adjacent to Northampton County, Pennsylvania
      Bucks County (254)  
      Carbon County (75)  
      Lehigh County (124)  
      Monroe County (92)  
      Warren County, New Jersey (122)  
 
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1Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — Hiram Pearson — Born Feb. 26, 1841 • Died May 16, 1918 — Aged 77 years, 2 months and 20 days —
2Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — The Famous Indian Walk
3Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — The Mills of Allen Township
4Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — Veterans Memorial
5Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — Walking Purchase
6Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Allen Township — World War II Honor Roll
7Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Bangor Little League
8Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Bangor Memorial Park
9Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Bangor Welsh Day
10Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Bethel Welsh Congregational Church Memorial
11Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Civil War Memorial
12Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Homefront
13Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Lutheran Cemetery Burials of Record 1823 - 1932
14Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Mennonite Church — 1804
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15Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Old Home Week — Heritage Mural — — The Slate Belt, Pennsylvania... Where the Past Has Presence. — —
16Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Robert M. Jones — 1825 - 1886
17Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Slate Industry
18Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Steinmetz Memorial Library
19Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — The Century House — formerly The Real Estate Building
20Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bangor — Veterans Memorial
21Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 1910 Bethlehem Steel Strike
22Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 23 — A Changing Landscape — Looking Forward to Bethlehem's Future
23Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 9 — A Community of Workers — Life on the South Side of Bethlehem
24Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 13 — A Legacy of Steel — Work, Identity, And Pride
25Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — A Water-Powered Elevator
26Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Air Products
27Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Bell House — First Seminary for Girls
28Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 11 — Bethlehem Built — Steel From This Plant Built, Bridged & Powered America
29Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Bethlehem Steel Plant
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30Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 4 — Blast Furnace — The Ingredients for Iron-Making
31Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Brethren's House
32Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Brighton Court
33Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Captain Christopher Seifert '97 — 1975 - 2003
34Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Catherine Drinker Bowen — (1897-1973)
35Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Central Moravian Church — A Landmark of American Music
36Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Charles M. Schwab — (1862-1939)
37Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Coal for Cabbage — 1829 - 1942
38Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Continental Army Honored Dead
39Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Crown Inn
40Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — David Tannenberg — (1728-1804)
41Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Edwin L. Drake
42Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Eugene Gifford Grace — (1876-1960)
43Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — First Bethlehem Pharmacy
44Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — First House of Moravian Settlement
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45Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — From Mountain to Market — 1829 - 1942
46Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Gemein Haus — (Clergy House)
47Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Gemeinhaus — (Clergy House)
48Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 24 — Heat Treating — The High House
49Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Heckewelder House
50Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Henry Noll — (1871-1925)
51Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Hilda Doolittle — (H.D.)
52Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Horsfield House
53Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 8 — Hot, Loud, & Dangerous — Work Conditions Ignite Labor Reform
54Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 6 — Immigration & Industry — Generations of Workers, Waves of Immigrants
55Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 2 — Iron and Steel: A History
56Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — It's a Short Commute — 1829 - 1942
57Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — John Amos Comenius / Jan Amos Komensky — Father of Modern Education • Bishop of the Unitas Fratrum — 1592 - 1670 —
58Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — John Frederick Wolle — (1863 - 1933)
59Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — John Fritz — (1822-1913)
60Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Lafayette
61Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 7 — Making Iron — From Ore to Molten Metal
62Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Monocacy Creek and Johnston Park
63Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Moravian Archives
64Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Moravian Cemetery
65Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Moravian Community
66Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Moravian University Monument Stone
67Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 3 — Moving Materials — The Hoover-Mason Trestle
68Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Non-Native Plants — Along The Hoover-Mason Trestle
69Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Oil Mill — 1765
70Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Old Chapel
71Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 14 — One Of The Hardest Jobs In The World — A Day In The Life: A Tough Job Has Its Rewards
72Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Pottery
73Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Pulaski's Banner
74Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Restoration of the Nain-Schober House — 429 Heckewelder Place
75Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Robert H. Sayre — (1824-1907)
76Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Samuel Wetherill — (1821-1890)
77Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Sisters' House
78Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Steelworkers Memorial Park
79Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — Sun Inn
80Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 1 — The Beginnings of Bethlehem Steel — 150 Years of Industrial History
81Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 12 — The Bethlehem Beam — Hard As Steel
82Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 10 — The Blower House — Making Hot Air
83Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 18 — The Flow Of Goods & Money — Bethlehem At The Crossroads
84Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 22 — The No. 2 Machine Shop — Shaping Steel
85Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — The Old Chapel
86Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 21 — Wartime Steel
87Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — West Hall — 1859
88Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Bethlehem — 20 — Why Did Bethlehem Close? — The Last Pour
89Pennsylvania, Northampton County, East Allen Township — George Wolf
90Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — • Edward E. "Hook" Mylin •
91Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — • G. Herbert McCracken Gate •
92Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — 1753 Bachmann Publick House — Tavern
93Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Alumni Memorial Plaza
94Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Anthracite Iron - A Revolution Is Born — 1826 - 1840
95Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Anthracite Tidewater Canals
96Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Astronomical Observatory — 1865
97Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — 111 — Benjamin Riegel Mansion — 1902 — Easton Historic District —
98Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution
99Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Canal Boats — 1831 - 1932
100Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Easton — Charles A. Wikoff — Colonel, Twenty-Second Regiment of Infantry — U.S. Army —

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Feb. 7, 2023