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  • Riverfront Park, At Washington Street, In Grass Harrisburg, PA 17101
    In response to the absence of Black troops at the Grand Review for Union Armies in Washington, DC, black veterans held a parade in Harrisburg, with Thomas Morris Chester, Harrisburg's most...
  • 4th & Chestnut Streets, Harrisburg Train Station Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Harrisburg became the gateway for the convergence of Pennsylvania recruits and enlistees. Serviced by four railroads, the Pennsylvania Canal and the Susquehanna River, much of the materials and...
  • 707 W. 38th St. Erie, PA 16508-2626
    Haunted History Tours offers trolley tours of haunted sites in beautiful Erie County, Pennsylvania. Visitors will explore the haunts, legends, and ghostly tales of historic Erie County while...
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  • 2nd Street, between Pine and South Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    The nation's oldest firehouse is here along with a marketplace that offers an open-air market during the spring and summer.
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  • SR3005 Warren, PA 16365
    814-362-4613
    A 120-acre patch of virgin woodlands, Heart's Content reminds travelers of the way America's forests once stood. This historic area of nature is located just 15 miles southwest of Warren,...
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  • 326 South Bellefield Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    Soak in Pittsburgh's unmistakable architecture with a visit to Heinz Memorial Chapel, a nondenominational chapel given by the H.J. Heinz family to the University of Pittsburgh. This neo-Gothic bu...
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  • Route 62 Hermitage, PA 16148
    724-346-3771
    The Clay Furnace was one of a handful of iron furnaces that used raw bituminous coal.  B. B. Vincent and David Himrod of Erie built the furnace in 1845 and named it after Henry Clay, a Kentucky...
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  • South Centre St. Pottsville, PA 17901
    570-622-1234
    Built in 1855, this monument honors the U.S. Senator Henry Clay. He was an advocate of tariffs in the mid-18th century that protected Schuylkill County's coal mining and iron industries.
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  • 100 W. Hershey Park Dr Hershey, PA 17033-2727
    717-534-3439
    Fueled by an astonishing record of philanthropy by chocolate pioneer Milton S. Hershey, the town of Hershey experienced rapid growth during much of the Great Depression and the decades leading up...
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  • Highland Park Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    412-665-3632
    Part of Pittsburgh's Citipark system, this busy city park has a history that dates back to 1889. Highland Park boasts a scenic reservoir, a swimming pool, playgrounds, an archery range, and the...
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