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By 1873, Bethel AME Church served three elements of the city's Black population; those free before the Civil War, those emancipated and placed in Bethel's care by the Freedman's Bureau; and immigrants fleeing the South's Jim Crow laws. To shelter…
The second Bethel AME Church opened on Short Street on November 24, 1839. Bethel's first pastors-Reverend Levin Lee (ca. 1833-1843), Reverend T.M.D. Ward (1843-1845), and Reverend Abraham Cole (1846-ca.1854) —- each helped increase interest …
This Grove is dedicated by a grateful Commonwealth in recognition of the Soldiers and sailors from Pennsylvania who served in any of our country's wars and in memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice.
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission declares The Pennsylvania State CapitolA Commonwealth Treasurefor all to protect and preserve as a vital architectural and artistic monument to government by and for all Pennsylvanians.
Located just across N. Fourth Street from Strawberry Square is Walnut Place, a slice of old downtown Harrisburg comprised of a series of late 19th and early 20th Century restored buildings and storefronts. Pictured here is the Rodearmel/German Hou…
In the 1850's this area, known as Tanner's Alley, was important on the Underground Railroad. Fugitive slaves hid at Joseph Bustill's & William Jones's houses, a block apart. Frederick Douglass & William Lloyd Garrison spoke at Wesley Union AME Zio…
Erected in 1910 and designed by noted Harrisburg architect Charles Howard Lloyd, this building served as the main boy's high school of the City of Harrisburg. Known as the Technical High School, the building replaced, on the same site, the Lancast…