“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 York County, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of York 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> York County, PA (377) Adams County, PA (1393) Cumberland County, PA (357) Dauphin County, PA (295) Lancaster County, PA (438) Baltimore County, MD (301) Carroll County, MD (196) Harford County, MD (198)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)  AdamsCounty(1393) Adams County (1393)  CumberlandCounty(357) Cumberland County (357)  DauphinCounty(295) Dauphin County (295)  LancasterCounty(438) Lancaster County (438)  BaltimoreCountyMaryland(301) Baltimore County (301)  CarrollCounty(196) Carroll County (196)  HarfordCounty(198) Harford County (198)
York is the county seat for York County
Adjacent to York County, Pennsylvania
      Adams County (1393)  
      Cumberland County (357)  
      Dauphin County (295)  
      Lancaster County (438)  
      Baltimore County, Maryland (301)  
      Carroll County, Maryland (196)  
      Harford County, Maryland (198)  
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1Pennsylvania, York County, Airville — The Canal Boats
2Pennsylvania, York County, Airville — The Canal Community
3Pennsylvania, York County, Airville — The Locks
4Pennsylvania, York County, Airville — The Susquehanna & Tidewater Canal
5Pennsylvania, York County, Delta — Dedicated to the honor and sacrifice
6Pennsylvania, York County, Delta — The River, the Dams and the Lakes
7Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — Dills – Eichelberger Tavern
8Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — Dillsburg Town Marker
9Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's Southern Cavalry
10Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — History of Dills Tavern — Reported permanently removed
11Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — Quay Park
12Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — Rev. A.B. Quay House
13Pennsylvania, York County, Dillsburg — War Memorial
14Pennsylvania, York County, Dover — Gen. J.E.B. Stuart
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15Pennsylvania, York County, Dover — Melchinger House — 1861
16Pennsylvania, York County, Dover Township — Gettysburg Campaign
17Pennsylvania, York County, East Manchester Township — Codorus Furnace
18Pennsylvania, York County, East Prospect — Veterans Memorial — Honor Roll
19Pennsylvania, York County, Fairview Township — First Pinchot Road
20Pennsylvania, York County, Franklin Township — Clear Spring Mill
21Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Cold Spring Hotel
22Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Creek and Rail — Glen Rock — Heritage Rail Trail County Park —
23Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — From Sawmill to Wherley's
24Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Glen Rock Auditorium
25Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Item Building / Bixler's
26Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — J.F. & H.O. Neuhaus
27Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Roland Forrest Seitz — 1867 - 1946 — "Parade Music Prince" —
28Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — The First National Bank
29Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — The Glen Rock Woolen, Flour, and Feed Mill
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30Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — The Glen Rock Woolen-Flour & Feed Mill — Reported permanently removed
31Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — The Original Glen Rock Carol Singers
32Pennsylvania, York County, Glen Rock — Trains, Grains, and More Trains — Welcome to Glen Rock, Pennsylvania — Settled 1837 - Incorporated 1859 —
33Pennsylvania, York County, Hallam — Hallam Borough and Township Honor Roll
34Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — 19th Century Industrialization — Reported permanently removed
35Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — 20th Century Manufacturing — Reported permanently removed
36Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — A Commons of Locomotives & Locomotion — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
37Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Abbottstown Street/Broadway
38Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Abraham Lincoln
39Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Abraham Lincoln
40Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Army of the Potomac — July 1, 1863
41Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Army of the Potomac — June 30, 1863
42Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Battle of Hanover
43Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Battle of Hanover
44Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Battle of Hanover — ”Hanover saved the fate of the nation.” — Gettysburg Campaign —
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45Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Battle of Hanover — Confederates Invade Free Soil — Gettysburg Campaign —
46Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Battle of Hanover — Hanover's Healing Touch — Gettysburg Campaign —
47Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Birthplace of John Luther Long
48Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Conrad Moul - The Public Commons — Reported permanently removed
49Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Culture and Entertainment — Reported permanently removed
50Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Destruction of Private Property
51Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Digges' Choice, 1737 — Reported permanently removed
52Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Fisher Place — 1846
53Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Former United States Post Office — Hanover, Pennsylvania — National Register of Historic Places —
54Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — General George Armstrong Custer
55Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — 264 — George Nace (Neas) House
56Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — George Washington — 1732 - 1932 — Our First President —
57Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hanover Architecture — Reported permanently removed
58Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hanover in the Revolutionary war — Reported permanently removed
59Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hanover, Pennsylvania — The Black Rose Community — Hanover: The Black Rose Community
60Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hanover's Underground Railroad Conductors — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
61Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hanover's Wounded — Physicians Administer Aid
62Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Heroics of the Union Cavalry — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
63Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — High Noon in Hanover — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
64Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — History of the Ten Commandments Monolith
65Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Hospitality Before Hostility — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
66Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — In Memory and in Grateful Recognition of
67Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Inventions of Hanover — Reported permanently removed
68Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Killed in Action at Hanover — Reformed Cemetery — Reported permanently removed
69Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Kilpatrick Headquarters
70Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Korean War Memorial
71Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Major General George Armstrong Custer
72Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Market House
73Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Mary Shaw Leader — Pioneer Newspaper Woman — 1835-1913 —
74Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — McAllister Tavern
75Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Mother Loses Two Sons to War — Reported missing
76Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Pleasant Hill Hotel Becomes Hospital
77Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Profiles in Union Cavalry Courage — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
78Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Richard McAllister — Reported permanently removed
79Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Search and Destroy, Hide and Seek — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop — Heart of Hanover Trails —
80Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — St. Matthew's Lutheran Church Cemetery — Cemetery of Second Church Building — Erected 1756 —
81Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Stuart's Fruitless Odyssey — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
82Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Aftermath & Stench of Death — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
83Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Battle of Hanover
84Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Center of the Storm — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
85Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Confederates Take Stock
86Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Daniel Trone House — Reported permanently removed
87Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Forney Farms — Fighting Focused on Forney Lands
88Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Hanover Spectator Covers the Battle
89Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Jacob Wirt House — Reported missing
90Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Square is Now Recaptured — The Scattered Debris of Battle — Reported missing
91Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Turning Point
92Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Union Strikes Back — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
93Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Warehime-Myers Mansion — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
94Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Winebrenner House
95Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — The Winebrenner Tannery — The Scene of Repeated Cavalry Charges — Reported missing
96Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — This Train is Bound for Glory — Lincoln Rallies for the Union
97Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Titans of Hanover Industry — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
98Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Trailblazing Writers Leader, Long, and Prowell — A Heart of Hanover Trail Stop
99Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Trinity United Church of Christ
100Pennsylvania, York County, Hanover — Veterans Memorial

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Feb. 7, 2023