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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Manheim, Pennsylvania
Location of Manheim, Pennsylvania
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|On N. Main Street, on the right when traveling north. |
|The famed glassmaker and ironmaster of colonial days founded Manheim in 1762, and set up his glassworks in 1764. He gave land for the Lutheran Church which still pays his heirs one red rose a year. — — Map (db m5321) HM|
|On South Main Street (State Highway 72) at Logan Avenue, on the right when traveling south on South Main Street. |
|Birthplace of Maj. Gen. Samuel P. Heintzelman, September 30, 1805. A veteran of the Mexican War and the Civil War, he died May 1, 1880, at Washington, D.C., and was buried at Buffalo, N.Y. — — Map (db m12457) HM|
|On East High Street at North Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 72), on the right when traveling west on East High Street. |
|Henry William Stiegel
Colonial glassmaker and ironmaster built this house and lived in it 1762-1775
Henry M. Muhlenberg
Organized Manheim Lutheran Congregation here on September 18, 1769
Signer and financier . . . — — Map (db m164765) HM|
|On East High Street east of North Wolfe Street, on the left when traveling east. |
Both homes are open to the public during our summer Open House days.
Please check our website manheimhistoricalsociety.org for days and hours. Or call (717) 665-7989 for more information or to schedule a tour.
Fasig House . . . — — Map (db m136375) HM|
|On Memorial Drive east of North Laurel Street, on the right when traveling south. |
In honor of all those
who gave their lives,
their fortune and their
sacred honor in service
to our country — past,
present and future.
— — Map (db m136377) WM|
|On South Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 772) at Market Square (Pennsylvania Route 772), on the right when traveling south on South Main Street. |
|In honor of all Manheim War Veterans — — Map (db m164789) WM|
|On East High Street east of South Wolfe Street, on the right when traveling east. |
|Glassmaker and ironmaster who was born at Cologne in 1729 and died at Charming Forge in 1785.
Picturesque figure of colonial America, his memory is perpetuated by his artistic glassware, by traditions of the Baronial Pomp of his career and by . . . — — Map (db m136376) HM|
|Near Lebanon Road (Pennsylvania Route 72). |
|Mount Hope Estate
Has Been Placed on the
of Historic Places
1980 — — Map (db m54827) HM|
|On W. Stiegel Street at Charlotte Street, on the right when traveling east on W. Stiegel Street. |
|On this site, from 1763 to 1774, "Baron" Henry William Stiegel made the glass for which he is famous. Erected in 1763, the building was torn down in 1813. — — Map (db m5320) HM|