Daily Archives: November 6, 2007

York woman worked on The Bomb: ‘And yet it stopped the war’

My book “In the thick of the fight” described this scene: “Soon after Pearl Harbor, York (Pa.) Corporation President Stewart Lauer stood on a truck bed to tell workers the world was embroiled in a war of ships and machines. … Continue reading

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Return Camp Security sign: ‘No questions will be asked’

The missing historical marker that marked the spot of Camp Security is missing. The sign stated: ‘Stockade built in 1781 by Col. Jas. Wood on land of Daniel Brubaker. British Troops of Burgoyne’s army imprisoned here guarded by York County … Continue reading

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