“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in East Coventry Township, Pennsylvania

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West Chester is the county seat for Chester County
East Coventry Township is in Chester County
      Chester County (275)  
      Berks County (258)  
      Delaware County (213)  
      Lancaster County (389)  
      Montgomery County (236)  
      New Castle County, Delaware (608)  
      Cecil County, Maryland (177)  
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1Pennsylvania (Chester County), East Coventry Township — Canal Construction
Lock Components Each lock could change the elevation of the boat about 8 feet between the upstream and downstream canals. "Wickets," small butterfly valves, were located near the bottom of the lock door (item B in the drawing) were used to . . . Map (db m160476) HM
2Pennsylvania (Chester County), East Coventry Township — Life on the Canal
Mr. James Miller, a Lock Tender for Frick's Lock Frick's Lock is an example of one of the small communities that grew alongside the canal, to both support the canal traffic, and to serve as a hub for the merchandise that flowed along the canal. . . . Map (db m160472) HM
3Pennsylvania (Chester County), East Coventry Township — Schuylkill Navigation Company
The Conestoga Wagon The Main Transportation Method Of The 1700's During the 1700's, the trusty Conestoga wagon supported the westward expansion of the colonies. It was able to transport 8 tons of material about 15 miles per day, using 4-8 . . . Map (db m160474) HM
4Pennsylvania (Chester County), East Coventry Township — Towpath Park Historical Trail
The small ridge in front of you was once a towpath on the Schuylkill Canal System. A shallow canal ran along the opposite side of this ridge, floating barges from as far south as Philadelphia, to as far north as Fort Clinton a distance of 108 . . . Map (db m160473) HM
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May. 28, 2022