Of the 29 existing covered bridges in Lancaster County Hunsecker's Mill is the longest with a 180' span that extends over the Conestoga River, connecting Upper Leacock and Manheim townships. Located ...
Built in 1905, Shocks Mill is a train bridge that crosses the Susquehanna in between the Lancaster County river towns of Bainbridge and Marietta. The mid-section's appearence is different due ...
Menges Mills Historic Horse, Steam and Gas Show draws those who love music, antiques, engines and more
→ Menges Mills Historic Horse, Steam and Gas Show draws those who love music, antiques, engines and more - The York Daily Record.
On Fridays from May through September, Strasburg offers Hostling Tours — a behind-the-scenes look at how these steam-driven behemoths are prepped to pull the day’s passenger trains. The term “hostler” — ...
Lancaster County has the most covered bridges of any county in Pennsylvania with 29. View Covered Bridges of Lancaster County in a larger map
Attention Gettysburg, paranormal and Gettysburg paranormal buffs! There is a new book titled Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg: Searching for Spirits on America's Most Famous Battlefield by authors Jack Roth and Patrick Burke ...
→ Celebrate Harvest Time at Hopewell Furnace Sept. 13 - berksmontnews.com The day-long free event will feature the behind-the-scenes work and harvest activities of a 19th century “iron plantation.” Hopewell Furnace is ...
The ThunderHawk, which opened in 1924, has been the target of a restoration project that started this winter.The park, through a partnership with a local manufacterer, is spending the off-season ...
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To understand the custom of the hunt, we first need to know where Easter eggs got their beginning. Eggs have long been associated with springtime and renewal. This relationship has roots ...
→ Metal Casting Demonstrations and Plant Sale at Joanna Furnace on May 16 - Berks Mont News Third Saturday Morning At Joanna Furnace Events are designed to have visitors learn about ...
In the Belsnickel's world, Christmas shouldn't be so enjoyable for the naughty kids. He comes at night, dressed in dirty furs, face blackened with charcoal. He has one purpose: To ...
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→ History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel "The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery" - The Morning Call “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery” A novel ...
→ Mark Your Calendars for the 25th Annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival! - Reading Terminal Market
→ World War II B-17 visiting Capital City Airport | PennLive.com
The Strasburg Railroad is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Pennsylvania. Every year 250,000 people descend upon the small town of Strasburg, PA to ride the historic steam ...
Fine linen was made from homegrown Pennsylvania hemp. The Pennsylvania Dutch are said to have grown some of the best hemp in the world and produced the finest hemp linen. ...
Source: ‘S Kutztown Folk Festival hot gschtaert | The Pennsylvania German Newspaper
→ Vintage photos from new book, 'Harrisburg and the Susquehanna River' - PennLive.com The book was compiled by Eric V. Fasick and features 200 vintage photos from the archives of the Historical Society ...
→ Financial secrets of the Amish - MarketWatch
→ Pennsylvania Folkways: The Dutch country scarecrow - Reading Eagle
→ Scottish fest taps into 18th century Lancaster County roots - LancasterOnline Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children ages six to 12. Check out the festival's Facebook page ...
→ Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback - Reading Eagle Learn about the Landis White Cucumber, an heirloom variety recently unearthed from Dr. Weaver's Roughwood seed collection and now being grown in ...
For almost three centuries, the Pennsylvania Dutch — descended from Swiss, French, and German immigrants from Germany during the 17th & 18th Centuries — have practiced white magic, known in ...
The Pennsylvania “Dutch” have long been known for their precocious application of preserving techniques, and a delicious offspring of that artistry reaches into the kitchen itself. Source: The culinary gift of ...
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→ What are the most endangered historic buildings in Lancaster County? | PennLive.com. If I had the money to fund a restoration I would probably choose the Stehman-Rohrer House in Manor Township, ...
→ When The Cause Was Glorious: The Fields Of Gettysburg And The Nature Of Philanthropy Thoughtful piece on the continuing effect the Battle of Gettysburg has on American society and the ...
View Cumberland County, Pa. Covered Bridges in a larger map
The 2015 Renaissance Faire began its 13-week season under sunny skies at its Mount Hope estate. The Mount Hope site near Manheim, Pa. features over 90 shows daily on open-air stages ...
→ The Historian: Fences and the Antes Garden - berksmontnews.com
→ Before Thanksgiving there was Harvest Home - Reading Eagle De Ern Karrich was a tradition that focused on helping the needy in the community while giving thanks for the bounty of ...
→ Pennsylvania State Police museum in Hershey to expand - PennLive.com Museum will gain 6000 square feet through expansion of existing facility. Be sure to look at Things To Do In ...
According to the article coriander is used in the eastern counties (Berks, Lehigh and Northampton) of the Deitscherei whereas in the more westerly counties, like Lancaster and York, sage is the ...
The Foundry opens: Woodfire grill is the only one of its kind in PA - Foundry co-owner Eric Hoover reported that there are no other grills like this one in Pennsylvania and ...
→ Pennsylvania's real hex magic - The York Daily Record Along with the government's efforts - via the school system - to eradicate the use of Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch dialect there was also a campaign undertaken ...
→ Annual walk shares Hanover's ghostly history - FlipSidePA.com One of the stops on the tour is the McAllister Inn. On June 27th of this year it was investigated by Lifting Spirits ...
→ Germans in Colonial Pennsylvania - YouTube
→ VIDEO: 19th Century Base Ball - The Evening Sun
Futzer - someone always moving, always getting into something or building something.
→ Local paranormal investigative team, Berks Mont Project, invokes history to life You will find the team's website here.
→ Old inn was showcase for German folk art - Reading Eagle
→ Renovations planned at Waynesboro Theatre - Chambersburg Public Opinion Always good to see people investing in small town down towns.
In a July 3 column, Dr. Scribblerdutch said he was familiar with the superstition that bad things happen in threes, but not with the specific and grammatically goofy phrase "what's ...
"If you want to learn about the 19th century, this is the place to come," said volunteer Jan Taylor, who will be in period dress and telling guests about the ...
→ Head of German center to speak in Ephrata on folk medicine - Reading Eagle This is a free lecture that will be given by Patrick Donmoyer at the Ephrata Public Library ...
Gettysburg's Big Roundtop generated an early report of giant snakes, while Broad Top Mountain area in Fulton and Bedford counties is modern hotspot. Source: Giant snakes reported in Adams County and ...
I came across this Belsnickel story on the Appalachian Lifestyles blog by Matthew Burns. He was gracious enough to grant me permission to repost it here. Enjoy. Christmastime in the Land ...
→ Design Intervention: Filling the farmyard - LancasterOnline A short examination of the many types of outbuildings that would've been found on a typical Pennsylvania Dutch family farm.
→ Talking Thomas at Strasburg Rail Road beginning Saturday - LancasterOnline
York County might not be the first destination that comes to mind for a vacation. CBS News travel editor and Emmy-winning journalist Peter Greenberg seems to like it. A lot. He listed ...
→ No More Fakelore: Revealing The Real Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine - NPR As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine by William Woys Weaver on Amazon.com This ...
→ Fraktur: More than Pennsylvania German artwork - Pocono Record.com
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→ Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration - Bucks County Courier Times Experience the enchantment of Pennsbury Manor by candlelight. Enjoy crackling bonfires, carolers, candlelit tours of the Manor ...
→ RhenTime | Wacker Brewing Co. — An homage to Lancaster’s rich brewing heritage - Lebanon Daily News Facebook | Website
→ A Rare Look Into Historic Hershey Buildings - abc27 WHTM Tour will include five buildings designed by Lancaster architect C. Emlen Urban. Ticket Info: $10 in advance; $12 tour day. Call The Hershey ...
→ Haldeman: My love affair with the Amish » Opinion » The Huntsville Item, Huntsville, TX.
→ Click here to see a map of locations for all of the covered bridges in Lancaster County, PA. All photos © visitpadutchcountry.com
→ Pipeline foes say project will disturb, desecrate Native American archaeological sites - LancasterOnline
This is a great idea. My only suggestion would be to create a second batch of photos during the winter when the absence of leaves allows you to see much ...
→ Religious groups call for an end to 'Amish Mafia' | PennLive.com
→ The Story Behind That Replica Statue Of Liberty In The Susquehanna River - Onward State
VIDEO | Horse-drawn buggies, bonnets and beards: Glimpse inside another America with an intimate view of Amish life
→ Horse-drawn buggies, bonnets and beards: Glimpse inside another America with an intimate view of Amish life | Mail Online. Shooting primarily with telephoto lenses, photographer Robert Weingarten (Vineyard) spent four years ...
Currently, more than 50,000 Lancaster County Amish can trace their lineage to just 80 ancestors, less than a tenth of what that number would be outside of the religious community ...
Sight & Sound Theatres Introduces Moses - YouTube Moses will premier on March 8, 2014 and will run for one year. More details at sight-sound.com.
→ Pennsylvania-German Zammelaaf honors local culture - Lebanon Daily News I was there and had a great time. You can see all my photos of the event here. The food was ...
→ Caboose ride between Boyertown and Pottstown brings hopes of local railroad tourism | NEWS.
Indian Steps Museum stands a monument to Native Americans.The 1912 arts-and-crafts style building showcases a ceremonial room, artifacts ranging in age from 10,000 to 500 years old, and stained glass ...
→ Gettysburg gears up for 151st anniversary event - York Dispatch 1000 participants will reenact five battles from the Gettysburg campaign on the Yingling farm on July 4,5 and 6. Go to gettysburgreenactment.com ...
Keeping early American culture alive may be difficult in this age of computers and iPhones, but the Kutztown Folk Festival — widely recognized as one of the best folklife festivals ...
With the hot summer months upon us your going to want to visit the Cave Hill Park & Nature Preserve in Carlisle, PA. Cool off in the 52° cave located on directly ...
→ The Historian: Clover, Part I - Berks-Mont News → The Historian: Clover, Part II - Berks-Mont News
→ PICTURES: Canal Boat Dinner Cruise in Easton - themorningcall.com Follow the link above to see some photos from the August 26th cruise at the National Canal Museum which focused on the ...
Bethlehem history groups launch 'Steeples and Steel' tours | lehighvalleylive.com
→ The Historian: Six Horse Bell Team - Berks Mont News
Masthof Press & Bookstore Kutztown-area author Mary Laub recently released a picture book, “Uff der Bauerei” (On the Farm), written in Pennsylvania German, a.k.a. Pennsylvania Dutch. “My goal in writing this book ...
→ Photos: Isaac Meier Homestead Country Fair - Lebanon Daily News
→ The 'Yankee' Thanksgiving was initially rejected by Pennsylvania Germans - Reading Eagle The Pennsylvania Dutch didn't start adopting the Yankee holiday of Thanksgiving until the early 20th century. They had ...
→ 36 Hours in Gettysburg, Pa. - NYTimes.com.
→ Steampunk Unlimited 2014 at the Strasburg Railroad - Photo Gallery - PennLive.com
→ Bygone Days: ‘A People and a Land’: A preview of a series Attention local history buffs: Jeff Wood will be presenting a seven week series of presentations pertaining to the ...
We last talked about all things Pennsylvania Dutch back in July, when I shared some reader memories of a Pa. Dutch nursery rhyme. Today, I have a few more memories and ...
It didn't take long for the early Easter bunny tradition of building nests to turn into building baskets filled with candy and treats. And in the 18th century, it was ...
Hunsecker’s Mill Covered Bridge – Pictures and Location Map
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Menges Mills Historic Horse, Steam and Gas Show draws those who love music, antiques, engines
Paxton Boys Massacre of Conestoga Indians in 1763
PHOTOS | 2015 Pennsylvania German Zammelaaf – Annville, PA
Strasburg Rail Road offers glimpse of work needed to get its massive locomotives running
Covered Bridges of Lancaster County, PA Location Map
Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg: Searching for Spirits on America’s Most Famous Battlefield
Celebrate Harvest Time at Hopewell Furnace Historic Site on September 13
Historic 1879 Bird’s Eye View Map of York, PA
Dorney Park restores Thunderhawk, one of the nation’s oldest roller coasters
PHOTOS | Architecture of York – York County, PA – Vol. II
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Metal Casting Demonstrations and Plant Sale at Joanna Furnace on May 16, 2015
Belsnickel: A slightly terrifying Pennsylvania Dutch tradition
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Pennsylvania Dutch Traditional Recipes for Pies and Pastries
History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the
Mark Your Calendars for the 25th Annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival!
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Vintage photos from new book, ‘Harrisburg and the Susquehanna River’
Financial secrets of the Amish
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Pennsylvania Folkways: The Dutch country scarecrow
Covenanter Scottish Festival taps into 18th century Lancaster County roots
VIDEO | Hiwwe wie Driwwe Documentary
Pennsylvania folkways: Prolific white cucumber makes a comeback
History columnist Richard L.T. Orth releases book ‘Folk Religion of PA Dutch’
VIDEO | Haunted Lancaster 2013
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When The Cause Was Glorious: The Fields Of Gettysburg And The Nature Of Philanthropy
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The Historian: Fences and the Antes Garden
Before Thanksgiving there was Harvest Home
Pennsylvania State Police museum in Hershey to expand
Traditional Lehigh County Pennsylvania Dutch Scrapple Recipe
Local Links | May 5, 2015
Pennsylvania’s real hex magic
EVENT | Annual walk shares Hanover’s ghostly history
VIDEO | Germans in Colonial Pennsylvania
VIDEO | Gettysburg National 19th Century Base Ball Festival
Vintage Postcards – Berks County, PA
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman – Fall Holidays
Berks Mont Project paranormal investigative team invokes history to life
John Hunter Inn was showcase for German folk art
Renovations planned at Waynesboro Theatre
What’s seconds is thirds
Annual Cherry Fair shows what Pennsylvania German life was about
Patrick Donmoyer to speak in Ephrata on Pennsylvania Dutch folk medicine
Giant snakes reported in Adams County and nearby: Monsters of Pennsylvania
Christmastime in the Land of the Belsnickel by Matthew Burns
Outbuildings of the Pennsylvania Dutch Family Farm
VIDEO | Talking Thomas at Strasburg Rail Road beginning Saturday June 14, 2014
VIDEO | York County featured on national show, ‘The Travel Detective’
No More Fakelore: Revealing The Real Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine
Fraktur: More than Pennsylvania German artwork
PHOTOS | York County Agricultural & Industrial Museum
VIDEO | Live Like a Local : Crystal Cave – Berks County, PA
Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration
Wacker Brewing Co. – An homage to Lancaster’s rich brewing heritage
Historic Hershey buildings open for tours on Sunday, October 5th
Haldeman: My love affair with the Amish
PHOTOS | Siegrist’s Mill Covered Bridge – Lancaster County, PA
Pipeline foes say project will disturb, desecrate Native American archaeological sites
VIDEO | Susquehanna being digitally mapped by Terrain360
Historic 1852 Bird’s Eye View Map of York, PA
Religious groups call for an end to ‘Amish Mafia’
VIDEO | The Story Behind That Replica Statue Of Liberty In The Susquehanna River
VIDEO | Horse-drawn buggies, bonnets and beards: Glimpse inside another America with an intimate view
Genetic disease takes toll on Lancaster County’s Amish
VIDEO | Sight & Sound Theatres Introduces Moses
Pennsylvania-German Zammelaaf honors local culture
Caboose ride between Boyertown and Pottstown brings hopes of local railroad tourism
5 things to see and do at Indian Steps Museum
Gettysburg gears up for 151st anniversary event
Kutztown Folk Festival: reasons to attend one of country’s best folklike events
Cave Hill Park & Nature Preserve in Carlisle, PA
The Historian: Clover, Part I & II
PICTURES: Canal Boat Dinner Cruise in Easton on the Josiah White ll
Pennsylvania Dutch Country Vintage Postcards
Bethlehem history groups launch ‘Steeples and Steel’ tours
The Historian: Six Horse Bell Teams
VIDEO | Battle Of Gettysburg Documentary
Kutztown author Mary Laub writes picture book in Pennsylvania Dutch language
Photos: Isaac Meier Homestead Country Fair
VIDEO: What is a Belsnickel?
The ‘Yankee’ Thanksgiving was initially rejected by Pennsylvania Dutch
36 Hours in Gettysburg, Pa.
Photos: Steampunk Unlimited 2014 at the Strasburg Railroad
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