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Far from Red Lion, Pa., this Red Lion Inn stands in Stockbridge, Mass., Part II

Linked in/Neat stuff: Anchor drop on New Year’s?/Cutest photo of the year This Christmas scene of the picture postcard worthy Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, Mass., captured the eyes of two photographers. As far as is known, the inn is … Continue reading

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York County’s British POW Camp Security was not that secure, drawing shows

This scene of Springettsbury Township’s Camp Security is one of several drawn by British prisoner Roger Lamb incarcerated at this American Revolution POW camp. It will go on display at a public fundraising event to purchase land where the camp sat in 1781 to 1783. York, County, Pa.’s, Camp Security is the last remaining undeveloped POW camp from the American Revolution.

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Thanksgiving Day application to York, Pa. and the world: Good can come from bad

Thanksgiving theme in York, Pa. and to the ends of the world: Good can come from bad.

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York County’s Camp Security: A field trip to the field where British POWs lived

Jonathan Stayer’s Camp Security presentation included a field trip to the field where Camp Security presumably stood.

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Events in 1777 helped tip Revolution toward patriots

Continental Congress, meeting in York, Pa., receives word of the British surrender at the Battle of Saratoga N.Y., in 1777. Also of interest: York: The first Capital of the United States? If a newspaper had tried to cover York in … Continue reading

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