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Built by Thomas Moore, Stucco over Stone. Built in Three Sections, Middle Part has Datestone MTM 1783, Original Fireplaces, Paneling, Attic Floor Covered with Mortar. At one time used as a Trading Post.
This house, built about 1780, was the old Bird-in-Hand General Store. Originally this area was named "Bird-in-Hand" for sign of a tavern that stood nearby. A building just SW of here was a forge. Like the store it later was converted into a reside…
Among the largest open-air in-ground swimming pools in the US when it opened here in 1895, it measured 500 feet by 100 feet. The spring-fed pool hosted National Swimming Association championships in the late 19th century. Although female swimmers …
Erected 1715 by Welsh Episcopalians, renovated 1871. Commemorated by Longfellow's poem. Final burial place of Gen. Anthony Wayne, whose remains were brought from Erie in 1809.
This marker is placed at the encampment site of regiments of the Commonwealth of Virginia to commemorate the officers and men of Virginia which area, at that time, encompassed what is now the state of West Virginia. These Virginians were wintered …
In memory of unknown soldiers buried at Valley Forge1777 - 1778
Continental Army— Valley Forge December 19 1777 June 18 1778 — DeKalb's Division Major General Baron DeKalbLearned's BrigadeMajor General Baron DeKalbLearned's BrigadeBrig. General Ebenezer Learned Commanding 2nd Massachusetts In…
on original street ofMuhlenberg's Brigade
This monumentis erectedbya gratefulCommonwealthin memory ofthe soldiersofMassachusettswho servedatValley Forge19 Dec 1777 ? ? ? 19 June 1778 Ense Petit PlacidamSub Libertate Quietem < Back of Monument >Massachusetts soldiers who served at Va…
< Right Column >John Armstrong ? ? Brigadier GeneralJ. Peter G. Muhlenberg ? ? Brigadier GeneralWilliam Irvine ? ? 3rd Penna Battalion Joseph Reed ? ? Adjutant General< Left Column >Josiah Harman ? ? Lieutenant ColonelThomas Mifflin ? ? Major Gene…