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Called by the Indians "Macungie," or "feeding place of the bears." Area settlement begun in 1730's, and a Shelter House was erected in 1734. Moravians established a "Gemein-Ort," or congregational village, and named it after the biblical town of E…
The name Jasper Park remains a legacy to the labors of the Indian Clan of Chief Lappawinze of the area Lenape Indians who mined Jasper for their tools and arrow heads in the early 1700's in the Jasper quarry pits in this park. This monument presen…
The most famous of Pennsylvania's Indian quarries may be seen in the woods a few hundred yards southwest of here. Articles made from the jasper were carried by the Indians as far as New England.