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New 2011 Journal of York County Heritage now available.

The brand new 2011 York County Heritage Trust Journal or York County Heritage is now available through the Trust’s museum shops. The six articles cover a gamut of subjects from York County history from the 1750s through the 1970s. They … Continue reading

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Why did York’s Baptist Alley Become Hope Avenue?

Sturdy old houses on Hope Ave. near Oak Lane. The very detailed Atlas of the City of York by Frederick Roe (1903), as illustrated below, shows Baptist Alley stretching west, between Princess Street and College Avenue, from South Queen Street … Continue reading

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