Shermans Dale, Pennsylvania

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Shermans Dale
Sherman Valley
unincorporated community
Coordinates: 40°19′27″N 77°10′24″W / 40.32417°N 77.17333°W / 40.32417; -77.17333Coordinates: 40°19′27″N 77°10′24″W / 40.32417°N 77.17333°W / 40.32417; -77.17333
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Perry
Township Carroll
Elevation 468 ft (143 m)
Time zone EST (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)

Shermans Dale is an unincorporated community in Carroll Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, United States,[1] along Sherman's Creek. It was originally settled by Scots-Irish settlers before the American Revolutionary War. Its ZIP code is 17090.

The public school that serves Shermans Dale is West Perry School District.

Religion[edit]

Mt. Gilead United Methodist Church is located here. It is also the site of a former Presbyterian church with a pioneer graveyard. Although this church is no longer used for weekly services, it is maintained for use for weddings and funerals.

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