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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Millersburg
Millersburg, Pennsylvania and Vicinity
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|The G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Post 212 and the Millersburg Sentinel together raised the money to have a Civil War monument erected. The soldier and the base were quarried and cut in Italy. The soldier stands 6 feet and weighs 900 pounds. . . . — — Map (db m12497) HM|
|After the 1907 Centennial celebration, the committee decided to use the money that was left after the bills were paid to erect a memorial to Daniel Miller, founder of Millersburg. After the design of a granite fountain was agreed upon, the committee . . . — — Map (db m12500) HM|
|The only surviving ferry service across the Susquehanna began as early as 1825. Boats were poled by manpower until 1873, when the first paddlewheeler was acquired. In the 1920's, gasoline engines replaced steam power, and the paddlewheels were . . . — — Map (db m12502) HM|
Maps from the 1760s show the existence of early ferries in the Millersburg area. Daniel Miller reserved ferry rights for himself when he founded the town in 1807. Then, in 1817 documents show that George Carson of Upper . . . — — Map (db m141058) HM|
An Inn or Hotel has stood on this site since 1814,
under various names. The present structure was built
in 1898. The name Millersburg Hotel was adopted in 1932. — — Map (db m141060) HM|
|In July 1891, a group of men, realizing the need of the town, formed a committee to have a music stand or pavilion built for the community. The structure was to have several purposes after construction. It would be used by various musical . . . — — Map (db m12501) HM|