Programs for the celebration of marking of certain historic sites in Pennsylvania

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Corporate Author: Pennsylvania Historical Commission
Format: Unknown
Language:English
Published: [Harrisburg, PA] : Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 19uu-
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Item Description: Contains programs for celebrations of historical markers throughout Pennsylvania for the years 1924-26, 1929, and 1930.
1924: The site of Okehocking Indian Town or Reservation of Chiefs; The site of Fort Littleton; The site of Conestoga Indian Town; The site of Captain Thomas Cresap's house or fort; The site of Queonemysing Indian Town of the Chief; The site of Minguannan Indian Town of the Chief; The site of the Cave or Dugout of Francis Daniel Pastorius; The site of the Slate Roof House; Commemoration of the Tercentenary; The site of the Frontier Home of Captain John Hanson Steelman.
1925: The historic old frontier town of Shippensburg; The birthplace of Indian Hannah; The famous Indian Walk of a day and a half; The last home of Martin Chartier; The site of Playwicky Indian Town; The lunching place of Edward Marshall and his associates of the famouse Indian Walk of a day and a half, Septemeber 19-20, 1737; The great trail of the Minquas or Susquehanna Indians; Gallows Hill; Presentation to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of William Penn's first charter.
1926: The site of Fort Halifax; The site of Fort Shirley; The Great Trail of the Minquas or Susquehanna Indians; The site of Fort Necessity; The site of Kittanning Indian Town; The Penn Proprietary Manor of Steyning; William Penn's farthest north on Schuylkill River; The bicentennial of the death of Hannah Penn.
1929: The site of Fort Augusta; The site of Fort Freeland; The site of the first house of the Moravian Settlement.
1930: The site of General Joseph Hooker's Headquarters.
Physical Description: 31 programs : illustrations ; 24 cm.