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Hotel Bethlehem has earned distinction as one of USA Today’s Top 10 Historic Hotels in America. Packed with history, the beautifully restored hotel beat out 19 finalists to score a top position as the third best historic hotel in the nation—right behind the first place winner, the Peabody Memphis in...

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Hereford Township may have a small population, but it has a big, interesting history. It’s not always the major moments that are the most fascinating; sometimes it’s just the way people lived their lives that paints a vivid picture and allows us to imagine this same town in an entirely different era...

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Northern Lehigh and Carbon counties were once known as the proud pillars of Pennsylvania's bustling coal industry. However, for decades now, these industrial towns have been struggling to keep up with the times. Since mining coal isn’t the same as it once used to be, these towns have had to lean on...

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From being a county known for its coal mines, Boyertown boasts another attraction geared towards bringing a more of that old town coal mining charm to the area. Located at the borough’s downtown, the Colebrookdale Railroad is a great place to visit—and is an exciting, magical, and fun-filled destina...

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As a means of preserving the rich history of the United States, the National Register of Historic Places was established. Under administration by the National Park Service, the full purpose of this department is to ensure that buildings and locations that offer historical or archaeological significa...

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Knowing more about the history of our town means getting in touch with who we are as residents of Boyertown. For this reason, we’re excited about the effort that’s been made to continue exploring our community’s past with historical events and projects. One of the most exciting of these projects is...

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Known as “The Christmas City,” Bethlehem, PA is located in the Lehigh Valley where more than 55,000 residents call it home. From its roots that day back to 1741 to the modern amenities that have made this quaint city an oasis for families and young professionals, the history of Bethlehem is at the h...

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You only have to go a few miles northwest of Philadelphia’s city limits to find Norristown—the second most populous borough in the state, and a community rich with a long, storied past. While the history of Norristown is centered around the rise of industry in the area, and later the arts, today it...

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Horsham Township is located in Montgomery County, PA, and it is one of many local townships that were first plotted out by William Penn’s engineers in the infancy of our nation’s development. Today, this township has a total area of 5.5 square miles, and over 26,000 residents call it home. Horsham i...

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With a history spanning more than 300 years, Cheltenham is a well-established township lying just outside Philadelphia’s urban sprawl. Full of unspoiled wooded tracts surrounding the beautiful Tacony Creek, this area was originally founded by 15 Quakers who purchased lots of varying sizes. Chelten...

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