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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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How big is that ornament atop the steeple at First Presbyterian Church in York?

Former Faith Presbyterian Church member Cleo Carr provided this portrait of his family outside North Duke Street’s Faith Presbyterian Church. A York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News story about First Pres’s 250th anniversary being celebrated this year noted that Faith’s congregation … Continue reading

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York County scholarly journal not dense at all: Linked in with neat history stuff – Sept. 18, 2010

The Rev. Thomas Montouth, a leader in York County’s black community for decades in the early to mid-20th century, is among those featured in silhouette on the cover of The Journal of York County Heritage, a scholarly but understandable journal … Continue reading

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