Daily Archives: February 3, 2010

High view of York County’s Longstown: Linked in with neat York County, Pa., history stuff – Feb. 4, 2010

Carla Reinecker submitted this aerial view of the Cape Horn Road and East Prospect Road intersection in eastern York County. Longstown, that is, the intersection that can be located today as the crossroads between Heritage Hills Golf Resort and Wisehaven … Continue reading

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Catharine (or is it Catherine?) Meyer merits ‘Mother of Red Lion’ (or is it Red Line?) title

Catharine Meyer, known as the “Mother of Red Lion,” was a successful community leader whose contributions were recognized publicly before women generally achieved such. Also of interest: Ma & Pa rabbit trains passing through Red Lion: ‘I hope they thoroughly … Continue reading

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