January 11, 2023
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) recently approved 37 new historical markers, making this one of the largest number of new markers in the program’s history. Approval Criteria require that marker subjects have statewide and/or national and a substantial …
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Tags: 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates, Allan P. Jaffe, Allentown State Hospital, Battle of Edge Hill, Bob Babbit, Caroline Burnhman Kilgore, Charles "Teenie" Harris, Charles Brokden Brown, Dr. Chevalier Jackson, Dr. Hillary Koprowski, Edward Lee Morgan, Edward Piszek, esq, Ford Station Underground Railroad, Frances Tipton Hunter, Francis Daniel Pastorius, Governor Richard L. Thornburgh, Haines Shoe House, Hakim's Bookstore, Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, Industrial Workers of the World, John G. Johnson, Keith Allen Haring, Lewis Robert "Hack" Wilson, Major Andrew Gardner Happer, Marshalls Creek Explosion, Mount Pleasant, PA Logging Railroad, Piper Aircraft, President Pumping Engine, Rosedale Banishment, Samuel V. Merrick, Sheep Rock Shelter Archaeological Site, Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, The Highlands, Trial of Hester Vaughn, Women of Idenlea |
September 5, 2018
by Karen Arnold
One of the most successful preservation programs in Pennsylvania is the Keystone Fund’s Historic Preservation Grant program.