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York County Pennsylvania Historical Markers

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By Dianne Bowders, April 18, 2008
Inside York Meeting
Pennsylvania (York County), York — York Meeting
A center for Friends' activities since 1766. It is the oldest existing house of worship in York. The eastern part of the building was erected in 1766; the western part about 1783. — Map (db m4590) HM
Pennsylvania (York County), York — York surrenders to save city
In 1863, York became the largest Northern town occupied by the Confederate Army. The center of one of the richest farming regions in the Union, York was virtually defenseless as the Rebels approached. When Major General Jubal A. Early neared, the . . . — Map (db m22890) HM
Pennsylvania (York County), York Township — York Imperial Apple
Here, at a nursery located on Springwood Farms, a new variety of apple was propagated by Jonathan Jessop in 1820. In 1855 it was named the “York Imperial.” It became a leading variety which was widely grown in the U.S. — Map (db m5907) HM

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