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Union Township of Luzerne County, formed in July 1813, originally was part of Huntington Township. It borders on the Susquehanna River and two creeks from River Mountain. Sawmills were established in 1790 in the northwest corner by brothers-in-law…
A tribute to the Heroes who saved the nation in the War for the Union 1861 — 1865 A memorial unto all generations. Erected by the People of Hazleton and Vicinity Sept. 25, A. D. 1885, and of Independence, 110. Under the auspic…
In memory of "Our Fathers" who served from 1861 — 65 by the Pennsylvania Department Daughters of Union Veterans Dedicated June 17, 1940 ————————— We Live in Deeds Not Years
Daring and fearless Genoese Navigator who with unwavering faith in God discovered a New World for Free Men October 12, 1492
Mountain City Lions Club Centennial Tree Honoring Veterans of All Wars ———————————— Another Mountain City Lions Project
In Memoriam To All War Dead
World War II 1942 - 1945 9 Campaigns · 3 Invasions 1942 — 1945 North Africa Sicily · Italy France · Germany Austria Korean War 1950 - 1953 —————————…
In memory of the Men and Women of the Greater Hazleton Area who served in the Armed Forces of this nation during the World War of 1917-1918
Lest We Forget Their Service Their Suffering Their Sacrifice [Honored Dead and Honor Roll of Veterans]
In honor of the Men and Women who served in the Armed Forces W W I 1917 · 1918 W W II 1941 · 1945 Korea 1950 · 1955 Vietnam 1964 · 1975 This memorial gifted to the City of Hazleton and Veterans of A…
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