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Elizabethtown: The First Three Centuries - Richard K. MacMaster

Elizabethtown: The First Three Centuries

Richard K. MacMaster

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The borough of Elizabethtown in northwestern Lancaster Co., Pa., was first settled by pioneers from northern Ireland and by Native Americans, the Piscataways, in the early 1700s. This book describes the growing village of the 1700s, the economic improvements of the 1800s including the turnpike, canal, and railroad, and the hard times and prosperity of the 1900s. Numerous photographs capture the village and its people from days of yore through the present. (324pp. illus. index. hardcover. Elizabethtown Hist. Soc., 2002 reprint.)


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