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Civil War Memorial. . In honor of the Union Soldier and Sailor 1861 - 1865 Northampton County's Tribute to her Heroes Erected 1899 Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori [Sweet and proper for the country] "Liberty and union now and forever…
U.S.S. Maine and Spanish-American War Memorial. "Hail Martyrs". In memory of the Martyrs of the Maine and the United States Soldiers Sailors and Marines of the Spanish-American War Dedicated June 24, 1914 The projectile surmounting this mo…
The first commercial crossing of the Delaware River at Easton was a ferry enfranchised to David Martin in 1739.
Located near the present site of Scott Park at the junction of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers, it operated until the beginning of the…
A significant contribution by the Italian immigrants to Easton is this statue of Christopher Columbus, purposely located here at the city's waterfront. The statue was dedicated in a daylong celebration on December 14, 1930. This magnificent bronze…
The German Reformed Church was originally constructed at 3rd and Church Streets in 1775-76 and was the largest building in Easton at the time.
The church congregation's office building, on Church and Sitgreaves Streets, dates from 1778, and was …
Chipman Mansion (252 Spring Garden Street) was built c.1907 and was designed by William Michler. It served as a residence for Easton Industrialist W. Evan Chipman, a partner with his brother in the Charles Chipman Sons Hosiery Mills.
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"Every municipality is morally bound to furnish to its inhabitants an abundant supply of pure water, and a well-drained soil... "
First Mayor of the unified City of Bethlehem
Monocacy Creek is exceptional - a wild tro…
Inside this long building, workers turned forged steel into finished parts and products. Through a few basic cutting processes-including milling, drilling, turning, boring, planing-machinists shaped steel with incredible precision.
The size of th…
The sprawling steel plant once occupied close to 1800 acres between South Bethlehem and the Lehigh River. After it shut down, the company took on a major environmental clean-up, leaving the site safe for future use. In the years that followed, cit…