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How to show off your York, Pa., smarts around the holiday table

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News. So you’re sitting around the table or Christmas tree with loved ones and talk turns to York, Pa. Here is a History Mystery trivia quiz so everyone can show off their York smarts. And … Continue reading

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In search of Potato Town, York County’s agricultural ghost town, Part Last: Linked in to history, 4/25/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers Brook Leaf Love Nest Tree House, more about Gettysburg 150, how to crack a safe and more about Potato Town, in North Codorus Township.

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Hope the reviewing stand beside this York, Pa. church was well built: Linked in to history, 4/2/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers Fitzkee’s Candies, the whereabouts of Potato Town, York County’s 150th birthday in 1899 and the work of architect Benjamin Latrobe

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In search of Potato Town, York County, Pa.

Potato Town, York County, Pa.? This structure, an old school house, was all that was left of the gathering of about a half dozen houses in North Codorus Township when Armand Glatfelter was writing his histories of that township.

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