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Historical Markers in Bart Township, 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; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Lancaster County, PA (416) Berks County, PA (268) Chester County, PA (292) Dauphin County, PA (291) Lebanon County, PA (77) York County, PA (377) Cecil County, MD (181) Harford County, MD (188)  LancasterCounty(416) Lancaster County (416)  BerksCounty(268) Berks County (268)  ChesterCounty(292) Chester County (292)  DauphinCounty(291) Dauphin County (291)  LebanonCounty(77) Lebanon County (77)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)  CecilCountyMaryland(181) Cecil County (181)  HarfordCounty(188) Harford County (188)
Lancaster is the county seat for Lancaster County
Bart Township is in Lancaster County
      Lancaster County (416)  
ADJACENT TO LANCASTER COUNTY
      Berks County (268)  
      Chester County (292)  
      Dauphin County (291)  
      Lebanon County (77)  
      York County (377)  
      Cecil County, Maryland (181)  
      Harford County, Maryland (188)  
 
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1Pennsylvania (Lancaster County), Bart Township — A Stream for SteamThe Atglen & Susquehanna in Bart Township
On Georgetown Road (Pennsylvania Route 896) north of Heyberger Road, on the left when traveling north.
Of all the resources required for operation of the A&S, none was more deceptively vital than water. From its inception under steam locomotion, the A&S was quietly sustained by the vast water resources it continually crossed. Previous droughts and . . . Map (db m158460) HM
2Pennsylvania (Lancaster County), Bart Township — Bartshire
On Dry Wells Road, 0.1 miles east of Heyberger Road, on the right when traveling east.
Bartshire was established in 1747 by Samuel and Ruth Downing, a Quaker couple from Downingtown, PA. By 1776, Bartshire had become the commercial center of Southern Lancaster County. On this location were situated Blacksmith, Cooper and . . . Map (db m158799) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022