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Historical Markers and War Memorials in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Monroe 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 Monroe County, PA (80) Carbon County, PA (73) Lackawanna County, PA (287) Luzerne County, PA (215) Northampton County, PA (193) Pike County, PA (53) Wayne County, PA (82) Sussex County, NJ (83) Warren County, NJ (120)  MonroeCounty(80) Monroe County (80)  CarbonCounty(73) Carbon County (73)  LackawannaCounty(287) Lackawanna County (287)  LuzerneCounty(215) Luzerne County (215)  NorthamptonCounty(193) Northampton County (193)  PikeCounty(53) Pike County (53)  WayneCounty(82) Wayne County (82)  SussexCountyNew Jersey(83) Sussex County (83)  WarrenCounty(120) Warren County (120)
Location of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
    Monroe County (80)
    Carbon County (73)
    Lackawanna County (287)
    Luzerne County (215)
    Northampton County (193)
    Pike County (53)
    Wayne County (82)
    Sussex County, New Jersey (83)
    Warren County, New Jersey (120)
 
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1Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Alma Mater Statue
Unveiled November 2, 1919, the Alma Mater statue commonly known as "Julia," honors and bears the names of the alumni, students and teachers who served in the Great War. Special recognition is given to the six individuals who died in that . . . Map (db m152547) HM
2Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Daniel Brodhead
Settled here about 1738. Founder of the town, first called Dansbury. Lived here until 1755. His son Daniel became a Revolutionary War leader and later the State Surveyor General.Map (db m86985) HM
3Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Dutch Settlers
First European settlers in this region were Dutch who came over the "Old Mine Road," traveling from the Hudson to the Delaware. Crossing at Walpack Bend, they then used this road, oldest in Monroe County.Map (db m86988) HM
4Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Fort Hyndshaw
Built in 1756 by order of the Province of Pennsylvania. Northernmost of a line of defenses erected during the French and Indian War.Map (db m86990) HM
5Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Gertrude Mary Smith Boddle
This monument is dedicated in memory of Gertrude Mary Smith Boddle East Stroudsburg State Normal School Class of 1904 The first African American woman to graduate from East Stroudsburg State Normal School. Dedicated by her . . . Map (db m152546) HM
6Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — Smithfield Church
Believed to be the first of four early churches built by Dutch Settlers, it stood below the road toward the river. The log structure housed the Dutch Reformed congregation until it moved to the Old Stone Church in Shawnee ca. in 1752.Map (db m86992) HM
7Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — War Memorial
A tribute to those who in spirit of loyalty served their country in the World War 1914 — 1918 from Monroe County Penna Honor Roll [not transcribed] . . . Map (db m165086) WM
8Pennsylvania (Monroe County), East Stroudsburg — World War MemorialI Prepare For Service — These Have Nobly Served —
In honor of Alumni Students and Teachers who served in the Great War What more can a man offer than his life [Honored Dead] Fred Armstrong, Navy - Died Elmer Frederick, Sgt. Av. - Died George N. Kemp, Capt. Inf. - Killed Peter L. . . . Map (db m152551) WM
 
Apr. 17, 2021