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Betty Mullen Brey. Road to the Olympics. 1947 Began formal training Allentown & New York City YMCA . 1948 Qualified for Olympic trials at age 15 Detroit, MI placed 15 out of 36 competitors . 1951 Pan American games Buenos Aires, Argentina gold m…
[Marker is largely illegible]
Designed & Hand Painted
Original & Replacement Cross
2012 · 2014
By Dotti Miller
Class of 1965
Original Cross Made By
Mark "Irish" Ha…
In Memory of Class of 1964 member
PFC Clyde R. (Speedy) Houser KIA June 13, 1967
and Lehighton Area Residents
SP4 Leon D. Eckhart KIA Feb. 25, 1967
LCPL Ronald S. H. (Butch) Christman KIA Feb. 28, 1968
SP4 Charles R. (Butch) Jones KIA Dec. …
"The first workers' whistle [at Packerton Yard] sounded at 5 a.m. as a wakeup call while the second at 7 a.m. was the signal for the men to start work."
Thomas D. Eckhart
The History of Carbon County, v. III
When the Lehigh Canal was completed …
"Lehighton is a very beautiful and most pleasant town."
Georg Heinrich Loskiel
Moravian bishop and historian
Philadelphia-born Col. Jacob Weiss (1750-1839) was deputy quartermaster general of Washington's army. Between 1784 …
"Our residents take pride and partner in their heritage—they understand the meaning of what we have and act to preserve it"
Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and State Heritage Park, Management Action Plan.
"Since most of the land was donated to the railroads by the American public in the first place, we believe it should be returned to the public."
David Burwell, President,
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, 1988
A Well-Worn Path
The path you are foll…
In honor and memory
of the veterans of
the Lehighton area
who served in WWI
1917 - 2017
Sgt. Stanley Hoffman
1919 - 1944
For whom this boulevard was named,
paid the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty,
during the invasion of Anzio Beach, Italy.....
This monument is a memorial to all fifty-seven
servicemen, from the Lehighto…