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by Maurice Leonard Marotte III,Janet Kay Pollard,Chambersburg Heritage Center

eBook Chambersburg (Images of America) ePub
Author: Maurice Leonard Marotte III,Janet Kay Pollard,Chambersburg Heritage Center
Language: English
ISBN: 0738539090
ISBN13: 978-0738539096
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (November 7, 2005)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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Chambersburg (Images of America) Paperback – November 2, 2005. Maurice Leonard Marotte III, a lifelong resident of Chambersburg and volunteer at the Chambersburg Heritage Center, has a vast pictorial collection of the area.

Chambersburg (Images of America) Paperback – November 2, 2005. by Maurice Leonard Marotte III (Author), Janet Kay Pollard (Author), Chambersburg Heritage Center (Collaborator) & 0 more.

Series: Images of America. On Arcadia Publishing.

Maurice Leonard Marotte III, Janet Kay Pollard. Chambersburg Heritage Center. Generations of people have long been drawn to Chambersburg due to its location

Maurice Leonard Marotte III, Janet Kay Pollard. Generations of people have long been drawn to Chambersburg due to its location. In 1734, Scots-Irish immigrant Benjamin Chambers recognized the vegetation and powerful waters here, and he chose the Connococheague Creek and the Falling Spring as the location for his grain mill. Chambersburg has since served as a focal point of transportation as a result of its location at t Generations of people have long been drawn to Chambersburg due to its location.

Chambersburg is part of small town America. Images of America: Chambersburg, Maurice Leonard Marotte III & Janet Kay Pollard (Arcadia, 2005). Recreation includes hunting, sports events such as baseball games at Henninger Field, and high school football games. The town also hosts a professional football team, the Chambersburg Cardinals, that plays in the Gridiron Developmental Football League. Commons has media related to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

Marotte, Maurice Leonard, II. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing).

Marotte, Maurice Leonard, III. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Arcadia Publishing (SC), Arcadia Publishing Inc.

The Chambersburg Heritage Center is an interpretive center, exploring . Preserving Our Heritage Arch.

The Chambersburg Heritage Center is an interpretive center, exploring five areas of historical merit.

Chambersburg is a borough in and the county seat of Franklin County, in the South Central region of Pennsylvania, United States

Chambersburg is a borough in and the county seat of Franklin County, in the South Central region of Pennsylvania, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, Chambersburg's 2010 population was 20,268

The Chambersburg Maroons were a baseball team located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. They called historic Henninger Field their home, and have done so since the club's creation in 1895.

The Chambersburg Maroons were a baseball team located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. They played their last season in 2010, ending 116 years of existence. Baseball has been in Chambersburg since the late nineteenth century.

by Maurice Leonard, III Marotte, Janet Kay Pollard. Published November 7, 2005 by Arcadia Publishing From 1715 to 1776, some 250,000 Scots-Irish immigrated to America, with a concentration ot immigrants settling along the east coast, particularly in Pennsylvania and regions. Published November 7, 2005 by Arcadia Publishing. From 1715 to 1776, some 250,000 Scots-Irish immigrated to America, with a concentration ot immigrants settling along the east coast, particularly in Pennsylvania and regions southward.

Generations of people have long been drawn to Chambersburg due to its location. In 1734, Scots-Irish immigrant Benjamin Chambers recognized the vegetation and powerful waters here, and he chose the Connococheague Creek and the Falling Spring as the location for his grain mill. Chambersburg has since served as a focal point of transportation as a result of its location at the crossroads of the historic Lincoln Highway and Route 11. Chambersburg journeys back to witness events such as the devastation of the Confederate burning of 1864, the creation of the majestic square and Memorial Fountain, and circus time at Wolf Lake. This collection of original images captures the times of trains and trolleys, recollects fires and floods, and pays tribute to the people and places that have made Chambersburg a unique and persevering community.
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