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Roll of Honor Irvin Burger · Lewis H. Clymer Stanley G. Eck · Even J. Lesher Walter Merkel · Arah F. Pennepacker Clyde Reppert · Frederick O. Reppert Palm A C Rededicated 1980 Amer. Legion Post 184 &mda…
Named for an old palm tree on hotel sign that stood in village Founded 1716 (Marker Number 2.)
In honor of all Veterans of the United States Navy ☆☆☆☆ Marine Corps ☆☆☆☆ Coast Guard ☆☆☆☆ Merchant Marines From The Lehighton, PA Area Anchors Aweigh My Boys A…
1917 · Honor Roll · 1919 Erected by Red Hill Memorial Auxiliary in Honor of Our Boys who served their country in the World War. [Died in Service] Charles H. Boyer · Charles A. Schuler [Honor Roll of Veterans] "I…
World Trade Center Height: 1,368 and 1,362 feet Ground Breaking: August 5, 1965 Opened: 1970-73: April 4, 1973 ribbon cutting Destroyed: September 11, 2001 Latitude 40 Deg. 42'42.03" Longitude: -74 Deg O'45.51" "Not just a piece of steel..…
Dedicated May 30, 1976 in recognition of the United States Bicentennial, in memory of our comrades who served in the Armed Forces of our nation 1776 - 1976 Perkiomen Post 184 Founded Aug. 4, 1919 East Greenville, Pa.
For over a century, the massive Homestead Steel Works defined the Pittsburgh Region as the steelmaking capital of the world. Opened in 1881 by a handful of industrialists eager to take part in the industrial boom, the Homestead Works flourished af…
To the men and women of this community who helped to preserve the freedoms of humanity for all ages to come 1917 - 1918 World War I [Honor Roll of Veterans] 1941 - 1945 World War II Killed in Action World War II Woodrow W. Gilbert &…
These historic stones were once located at Independence Hall in Philadelphia
John Kulick who was killed in action while serving in the United States Army in Iraq, August 9, 2005. John was a firefighter with the Enterprise Fire Co., Hatboro; the U.S. Navy Fire Dept. at the Willow Grove Naval Air Station and the Cente…
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