“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 Haverford Township, Pennsylvania

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Media is the county seat for Delaware County
Haverford Township is in Delaware County
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1Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — Joshua Humphrey
Designer of the frigate Constitution, "Old Ironsides," lived 1803-38 in the Pont Reading House, which stands opposite. The present house was built at dates 1683 to 1813.Map (db m81492) HM
2Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — Lynnewood ParkWW II War Memorial
In Honor of the Men and Women of Lynnewood Park ~ Who Served Their Country In World War IIMap (db m120857) WM
3Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — Old Haverford Friends Meeting
This site has been a center for Friends' activities since 1684. The older section of the current structure, since remodeled, was built in 1700 as an addition to the original log meetinghouse where William Penn worshiped in the eleventh month . . . Map (db m66654) HM
4Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — The Battle of Llanerch Crossing
The rail lines that met and crossed at Llanerch Junction in the 19th century transformed fields into suburban neighborhoods. In the 20th century, the corner where West Chester Pike and Darby Road meet was a gas station and car dealership, before . . . Map (db m102755) HM
5Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — The Birth of Llanerch
Comfortable and reliable rail transportation to and from Philadelphia encouraged the development and growth of suburban neighborhoods in Haverford Township. The large sign behind the trolley car instructs perspective buyers of homes in Llanerch . . . Map (db m102754) HM
6Pennsylvania (Delaware County), Haverford Township — The Llanerch Car Barn
Inside the Llanerch Power Station, Wilbur Hall photographed workers waiting to shovel coal into the massive boilers powering the Hamilton Corliss steam engine [photo at top left]. Electricity generated here to run the trolleys also lighted many . . . Map (db m102751) HM
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Sep. 28, 2022