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Replicating Lincoln in Gettysburg: A Red Lion artist is working to reproduce ‘The Man’

Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Steps at Indian Steps Museum/Camp Security stockade is elusive Brian Griffin is a Red Lion, seen here, is an exhibit specialist for the National Park Service, another important artist with York County, Pa., ties. The county … Continue reading

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Fire in hamlet of Sunnyburn damages Lower Chanceford landmark

Linked in/Neat stuff: Helb’s family remembered/Grammy gift bags made in Hanover When you see an old building this large in a rural area, you know it has an interesting past. A fire elevated this Lower Chanceford building into the news … Continue reading

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This one-room school stood in Goram. Where’s Goram? Linked in with neat York County history stuff, June 12, 2012

One-room schools still fascinate York countians. Grace M. Olphin sent in this undated photograph of Down’s School in York County. The teacher, J. Milton Urey, was a relative of Grace’s. Here’s the question. The school was located in Goram. OK, … Continue reading

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