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This ten inch shell and bronze port cover
recovered from the wreck of
The Battleship Maine
after having been submerged fourteen years
in the waters of Havana harbor
are here mounted as a memorial to the
brave officers and seamen who lost t…
Dedicated to all Vietnam Veterans
who fought and died during an
unpopular war, God will be with
them always because they came, they
fought, they died, but they did not run.
City of Scranton, Lackawanna County
on the 200th Anniversary of the
U.S. Constitution 1787-1987
With the vision of universal freedom
for all mankind
this tree is dedicated to
Capt. Wesley Ratzel
Prisoners of War
Missing in Action
A professional boxer that brought overflowing crowds
and posted a 13 - 6 record with 9 knockouts, from 1959 - 1968.
He is enshrined in the Northeast Region
Sports Hall of Fame and
New York State Boxing Hall of Fame.
Founded in 1908, The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art was erected to house the collections of Dr. Isaiah Fawkes Everhart, an amateur ornithologist, skilled taxidermist and avid naturalist who assembled one of the finest collecti…
Roaring Brook, the largest tributary to the Lackawanna River,
passes through Nay Aug Park and enters the Lackawanna River
near Schmidt Park.
Nay Aug is an Indian word that means Roaring Brook.
A neighborhood and a small roundhouse
once stood where Schmidt Park is now located,
but were not rebuilt after flooding in 1955.
Four anthracite-fueled blast furnaces from the 1850s still stand, reminders of iron and steel production in the valley.
The historic Scranton Iron Furnaces in the south end of the city represent the early iron industry in the United States. Four …
This institution has provided Pennsylvania's students with business, associate, and vocational degrees for more than a century. Today, the college is located at the renovated historic building that was originally Scranton Centr…