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If you travel about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, you’ll come across a picturesque borough called Lansdale. With a population of 16,000+ residents, there have been big changes to the area over the course of the last two centuries. Lansdale was first settled by the Jenkins family in the early...

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Just over 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, you’ll find the small, yet picturesque, borough of Royersford, PA. This borough originally got its name from a ford (a shallow area of the river forming a natural crossing) in the Schuylkill River at a place adjacent to land owned by the Royer family....

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While Yardley, PA may only have a total area of just over one square mile, this small village on the shores of the Delaware River has played a big role in the history of the region and in the nation. The origins of what is now the borough of Yardley began in 1682, when an English Quaker minister nam...

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Like many cities in Pennsylvania, the borough of Ambler was born from land that was purchased from William Penn back in the early 18th century. Originally settled by William and George Harmer, the community eventually grew to become the Village of Wissahickon, named after the creek that ran through...

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