List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Dauphin County

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Location of Dauphin County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the Pennsylvania state historical markers in Dauphin County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). The locations of the historical markers, as well as the latitude and longitude coordinates as provided by the PHMC's database, are included below when available. There are 81 historical markers located in Dauphin County.[1]

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Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Abraham Lincoln TransparentPlaceholder.png April 9, 1953 S. Market Square (E side), Harrisburg
40°15′34″N 76°52′54″W / 40.2595°N 76.8817°W / 40.2595; -76.8817 (Abraham Lincoln)
City Abraham Lincoln, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Barnett's Fort TransparentPlaceholder.png December 22, 1947 Pa. 39, 1.3 miles E of Linglestown near intersection with Piketown Rd.
40°21′06″N 76°45′54″W / 40.3517°N 76.765°W / 40.3517; -76.765 (Barnett's Fort)
Roadside Early Settlement, Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Burd Tombs TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 Pa. 441, N. Union St. at Park Circle Rd., Middletown
40°12′12″N 76°43′59″W / 40.2032°N 76.733°W / 40.2032; -76.733 (Burd Tombs)
Roadside French & Indian War, Military
C. DeLores Tucker (1927-2005) TransparentPlaceholder.png April 25, 2006 North St. between 3rd & Commonwealth, Harrisburg Roadside African American, Civil Rights, Government & Politics 20th Century, Women
Camel Back Bridge TransparentPlaceholder.png October 19, 1953 Riverfront Park, Front & Market Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′32″N 76°53′01″W / 40.2588°N 76.8837°W / 40.2588; -76.8837 (Camel Back Bridge)
City Bridges, Transportation
Camp Curtin TransparentPlaceholder.png April 18, 1992 6th & Woodbine Sts., in the park, Harrisburg
40°16′56″N 76°53′29″W / 40.2823°N 76.8915°W / 40.2823; -76.8915 (Camp Curtin)
City Civil War, Military
Camp George Gordon Meade TransparentPlaceholder.png October 10, 1966 Pa. 441 at Middletown Area High School near Pa. Turnpike overpass
40°12′41″N 76°44′10″W / 40.2113°N 76.7362°W / 40.2113; -76.7362 (Camp George Gordon Meade)
Roadside Civil War, Military
Chocolate Workers' Sit-down Strike TransparentPlaceholder.png September 10, 2005 Cocoa Ave. near Caracas Ave., Hershey
40°17′05″N 76°38′57″W / 40.284617°N 76.64923°W / 40.284617; -76.64923 (Chocolate Workers' Sit-down Strike)
Roadside Business & Industry, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor
Col. James Burd TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 Pa. 230 in Highspire
40°12′17″N 76°46′43″W / 40.20467°N 76.77868°W / 40.20467; -76.77868 (Col. James Burd)
Roadside American Revolution, Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Col. Timothy Green TransparentPlaceholder.png February 24, 1948 Claster Blvd., east side, just N of Hemlock, Dauphin
40°22′19″N 76°55′55″W / 40.37193°N 76.93183°W / 40.37193; -76.93183 (Col. Timothy Green)
Roadside American Revolution, French & Indian War, Military
Dauphin County TransparentPlaceholder.png December 9, 1982 Courthouse, Front & Market Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′31″N 76°52′59″W / 40.2587°N 76.883°W / 40.2587; -76.883 (Dauphin County)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century
Derry Church Derry Mission DauphCo PA.jpg February 28, 1948 At church, 248 E. Derry Rd., Hershey
40°17′33″N 76°38′46″W / 40.2925°N 76.6462°W / 40.2925; -76.6462 (Derry Church)
Roadside Buildings, Early Settlement, Religion, William Penn
Derry Churchyard TransparentPlaceholder.png February 28, 1948 U.S. 422 (E. Chocolate Ave.) at E. Mansion Rd., Hershey
40°17′32″N 76°38′29″W / 40.2922°N 76.6415°W / 40.2922; -76.6415 (Derry Churchyard)
Roadside American Revolution, Early Settlement, French & Indian War, Military, Religion
Eagle Hotel TransparentPlaceholder.png February 25, 1953 At former 21 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg (MISSING) City Buildings, Business & Industry, Inns & Taverns
Executive Mansion TransparentPlaceholder.png November 24, 1970 101 S. 2nd St. (at Chestnut), Harrisburg
40°15′32″N 76°52′49″W / 40.2588°N 76.8803°W / 40.2588; -76.8803 (Executive Mansion)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Governors, Mansions & Manors
Executive Mansion TransparentPlaceholder.png March 3, 1966 Riverfront Park, opposite former 311-313 N. Front St., at Barbara St., Harrisburg
40°15′40″N 76°53′14″W / 40.2612°N 76.8873°W / 40.2612; -76.8873 (Executive Mansion)
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Mansions & Manors
Fort Halifax TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 Pa. 147, .5 mile N of Halifax
40°28′44″N 76°55′54″W / 40.4788°N 76.9317°W / 40.4788; -76.9317 (Fort Halifax)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Halifax - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png May 1926 Route 147, 1/2 mile N of Halifax, W side
40°28′44″N 76°55′52″W / 40.4788°N 76.9312°W / 40.4788; -76.9312 (Fort Halifax - PLAQUE)
Plaque Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Hunter TransparentPlaceholder.png July 3, 1947 5300 N. Front St. (old U.S. 22 & 322), .5 mile N of Rockville Bridge, Harrisburg
40°20′32″N 76°54′35″W / 40.3422°N 76.9097°W / 40.3422; -76.9097 (Fort Hunter)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Hunter - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png November 1916 N. Front St. (W side) opposite Fort Hunter Rd. N of Rockville Plaque Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Manada TransparentPlaceholder.png November 19, 1970 Pa. 443 between Manada Gap and Penn National Race Course
40°23′42″N 76°41′01″W / 40.395°N 76.6837°W / 40.395; -76.6837 (Fort Manada)
Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military
Genevieve Blatt TransparentPlaceholder.png October 12, 2000 Riverfront Park at Liberty Street (one block north of State St.), Harrisburg
40°15′46″N 76°53′21″W / 40.2628°N 76.8893°W / 40.2628; -76.8893 (Genevieve Blatt)
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Women
Governor's Residence TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a Front St. (Riverfront Park) near Maclay St., Harrisburg
40°16′38″N 76°53′59″W / 40.2773°N 76.8997°W / 40.2773; -76.8997 (Governor's Residence)
Roadside Buildings, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Governors, Mansions & Manors
Governor's Residence TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a Second St. near Maclay St., Harrisburg
40°16′40″N 76°53′55″W / 40.2778°N 76.8987°W / 40.2778; -76.8987 (Governor's Residence)
City Buildings, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Governors, Mansions & Manors
Grace Methodist Church TransparentPlaceholder.png June 10, 1968 State St. between 2nd & 3rd Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′49″N 76°53′10″W / 40.2637°N 76.8862°W / 40.2637; -76.8862 (Grace Methodist Church)
City Religion
Hanover Church TransparentPlaceholder.png December 10, 1947 U.S. 22 at Pa. 743, 13.4 miles NE of Harrisburg
40°22′19″N 76°39′03″W / 40.372°N 76.6507°W / 40.372; -76.6507 (Hanover Church)
Roadside American Revolution, Early Settlement, French & Indian War, Religion
Hanover Resolves TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 U.S. 22, at 10105 Allentown Blvd., 14 miles NE of Harrisburg
40°22′36″N 76°38′32″W / 40.3767°N 76.6422°W / 40.3767; -76.6422 (Hanover Resolves)
Roadside American Revolution, Military
Harris' Ferry November 23, 1970 Riverfront Park (opposite Harris/Cameron Mansion), S. Front St., Harrisburg (Missing)
40°15′21″N 76°52′43″W / 40.2558°N 76.8787°W / 40.2558; -76.8787 (Harris' Ferry)
Roadside Transportation
Harrisburg TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 U.S. 230 S of Harrisburg at Steelton line
40°14′30″N 76°51′23″W / 40.2418°N 76.8565°W / 40.2418; -76.8565 (Harrisburg)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Harrisburg TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 U.S. 22 E of Harrisburg at city line, opposite entrance to Reservoir Park
40°16′26″N 76°51′33″W / 40.274°N 76.8593°W / 40.274; -76.8593 (Harrisburg)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Harrisburg TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 Paxton St. at 29th St., Harrisburg
40°15′21″N 76°50′21″W / 40.2558°N 76.8392°W / 40.2558; -76.8392 (Harrisburg)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Harrisburg TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 U.S. 22 (Front St. at Vaughn), Harrisburg
40°18′01″N 76°54′15″W / 40.3003°N 76.9042°W / 40.3003; -76.9042 (Harrisburg)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Harrisburg TransparentPlaceholder.png August 1, 1947 Front St. and Vaughn St., Harrisburg Roadside Cities & Towns, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Harrisburg Cemetery TransparentPlaceholder.png September 30, 1990 NE corner, 13th & State Sts., Harrisburg
40°16′10″N 76°52′20″W / 40.2695°N 76.8722°W / 40.2695; -76.8722 (Harrisburg Cemetery)
Roadside American Revolution, Buildings, Government & Politics, Military, Religion
Harrisburg Giants TransparentPlaceholder.png August 18, 2005 Roadway between Walnut St. Bridge and Commerce Bank Park, City Island, Harrisburg Roadside African American, Baseball, Sports
Harrisburg State Hospital TransparentPlaceholder.png October 7, 1987 N. Cameron St. (U.S. 22/230) at hospital entrance, Harrisburg
40°17′05″N 76°52′53″W / 40.2848°N 76.8815°W / 40.2848; -76.8815 (Harrisburg State Hospital)
Roadside Medicine & Science, Professions & Vocations
Hershey TransparentPlaceholder.png March 2, 2003 Rte. 422 (on north side, near 19 E. Chocolate Ave.), Hershey
40°17′11″N 76°38′55″W / 40.2865°N 76.6487°W / 40.2865; -76.6487 (Hershey)
Roadside Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Education, Government & Politics 20th Century, Transportation
Hummelstown Brownstone Quarries TransparentPlaceholder.png October 29, 2005 104 E Main St., Hummelstown
40°15′56″N 76°42′20″W / 40.26553°N 76.7056°W / 40.26553; -76.7056 (Hummelstown Brownstone Quarries)
City Business & Industry, Ethnic & Immigration, Labor
J. Donald Cameron TransparentPlaceholder.png December 8, 1997 Front and State Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′44″N 76°53′19″W / 40.2622°N 76.8887°W / 40.2622; -76.8887 (J. Donald Cameron)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Mansions & Manors
J. Horace McFarland TransparentPlaceholder.png June 9, 1995 Sunken Garden in Riverfront Park, Front & Verbeke Sts., Harrisburg
40°16′05″N 76°53′36″W / 40.268°N 76.8932°W / 40.268; -76.8932 (J. Horace McFarland)
Roadside Environment, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Professions & Vocations, Writers
John Harris' Gift TransparentPlaceholder.png August 10, 1953 Capitol Park, 3rd & Walnut Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′43″N 76°52′56″W / 40.262°N 76.8823°W / 40.262; -76.8823 (John Harris' Gift)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century
John Harris Mansion John Harris-Simon Cameron House Nov 10.JPG August 23, 1946 219 S. Front St. at mansion, Harrisburg
40°15′23″N 76°52′45″W / 40.2563°N 76.8792°W / 40.2563; -76.8792 (John Harris Mansion)
Roadside Buildings, Mansions & Manors
Lincoln Cemetery TransparentPlaceholder.png June 21, 1994 30th Street & Booser Ave., Penbrook
40°16′48″N 76°50′41″W / 40.28°N 76.8447°W / 40.28; -76.8447 (Lincoln Cemetery)
City African American, Civil War, Religion
Market Square TransparentPlaceholder.png February 25, 1953 S. Market Square (east side, near Market St.), Harrisburg
40°15′34″N 76°52′53″W / 40.2595°N 76.8815°W / 40.2595; -76.8815 (Market Square)
City Agriculture, Business & Industry, Inns & Taverns
Middletown TransparentPlaceholder.png April 17, 1952 351 N Union St. at Main (center square), Middletown
40°11′52″N 76°44′10″W / 40.1978°N 76.7362°W / 40.1978; -76.7362 (Middletown)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Millersburg Ferry Millersburg Ferry.jpg October 22, 1972 Pa. 147 at Market & North Sts., Millersburg
40°32′28″N 76°57′44″W / 40.5412°N 76.9623°W / 40.5412; -76.9623 (Millersburg Ferry)
Roadside Oil & Gas, Transportation
Milton S. Hershey Milton Hershey.jpg June 28, 2003 Homestead Lane, 20 feet north of U.S. 322, Hershey
40°16′33″N 76°38′02″W / 40.2758°N 76.6338°W / 40.2758; -76.6338 (Milton S. Hershey)
Roadside Business & Industry, Education, Entrepreneurs
Mira Lloyd Dock TransparentPlaceholder.png August 30, 1996 North Front Street near Reily St., Harrisburg
40°16′11″N 76°53′41″W / 40.2698°N 76.8947°W / 40.2698; -76.8947 (Mira Lloyd Dock)
City Education, Environment, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Women, Writers
Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island Three Mile Island accident sign.jpg March 25, 1999 River Rd. (PA 441), S of Royalton (1 mile S of the main gate to Three Mile Island)
40°09′10″N 76°43′04″W / 40.1527°N 76.7177°W / 40.1527; -76.7177 (Nuclear Accident at Three Mile Island)
Roadside Business & Industry, Environment, Government & Politics
Old Brick Capitol TransparentPlaceholder.png August 11, 1953 Main entrance to Capitol (in lawn north of steps), Third and State Streets, Harrisburg
40°15′51″N 76°53′03″W / 40.2642°N 76.8843°W / 40.2642; -76.8843 (Old Brick Capitol)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Old Courthouses TransparentPlaceholder.png April 10, 1953 Market St. between 2nd & 3rd Sts., Harrisburg (Missing)
40°15′38″N 76°52′53″W / 40.2605°N 76.8813°W / 40.2605; -76.8813 (Old Courthouses)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century
Old Salem Church TransparentPlaceholder.png June 11, 1968 Chestnut St. between 2nd & 3rd Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′33″N 76°52′47″W / 40.2593°N 76.8797°W / 40.2593; -76.8797 (Old Salem Church)
City Religion
Patton's Fort TransparentPlaceholder.png December 22, 1947 Linglestown Rd. (PA 39) at Patton Rd., 1.4 miles W of Linglestown
40°20′12″N 76°49′14″W / 40.33661°N 76.82052°W / 40.33661; -76.82052 (Patton's Fort)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Paxtang Manor TransparentPlaceholder.png August 1, 1953 Riverfront Park, Front & Calder Sts., Harrisburg
40°16′08″N 76°53′38″W / 40.2688°N 76.894°W / 40.2688; -76.894 (Paxtang Manor)
City Cities & Towns
Paxton Church TransparentPlaceholder.png December 3, 1947 At church on Paxtang Ave., near Sharon St., Paxtang
40°15′47″N 76°49′54″W / 40.263°N 76.8317°W / 40.263; -76.8317 (Paxton Church)
Roadside Buildings, Early Settlement, Religion
Paxton Church TransparentPlaceholder.png December 19, 1947 3700 block Derry St. near Wilhelm Rd., Paxtang
40°15′31″N 76°49′38″W / 40.2587°N 76.8273°W / 40.2587; -76.8273 (Paxton Church)
Roadside Buildings, Religion
Paxton Riflemen TransparentPlaceholder.png December 24, 1947 U.S. 22, 5.7 miles NE of Harrisburg
40°19′27″N 76°46′51″W / 40.3243°N 76.7807°W / 40.3243; -76.7807 (Paxton Riflemen)
Roadside American Revolution, Military
Pennsylvania Canal TransparentPlaceholder.png August 10, 1953 At Forum Building, Walnut St. at 5th St., Harrisburg,
40°15′50″N 76°52′51″W / 40.2638°N 76.8807°W / 40.2638; -76.8807 (Pennsylvania Canal)
City Canals, Navigation, Transportation
Pennsylvania Canal (Eastern Division) TransparentPlaceholder.png July 2, 1952 Rt. 147, just off exit from US 22/322 (east side of Clarks Ferry Bridge), Dauphin Roadside Bridges, Business & Industry, Canals, Coal, Iron, Navigation, Transportation
Pennsylvania Canal (Juniata Division) TransparentPlaceholder.png June 12, 1952 U.S. 11 & 15 (E side), SW of Amity Hall and NE of Duncannon Roadside Canals, Navigation, Transportation
Pennsylvania Farm Show TransparentPlaceholder.png January 7, 1991 Maclay St. near Cameron (U.S. 22 and 230), at Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg
40°16′59″N 77°05′56″W / 40.283°N 77.0988°W / 40.283; -77.0988 (Pennsylvania Farm Show)
Roadside Agriculture, Business & Industry, Sports
Pennsylvania State Archives TransparentPlaceholder.png March 10, 2003 North Third Street near Forster, at entrance to Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg
40°15′58″N 76°53′12″W / 40.2662°N 76.8867°W / 40.2662; -76.8867 (Pennsylvania State Archives)
Roadside Education, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century
Pennsylvania State Police TransparentPlaceholder.png September 13, 2005 Hershey School District Memorial Field Complex, Cocoa Ave., Hershey
40°16′49″N 76°38′48″W / 40.280217°N 76.64653°W / 40.280217; -76.64653 (Pennsylvania State Police)
Roadside Coal, Education, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Police and Safety
Presidential Convention TransparentPlaceholder.png August 11, 1953 15 S. 4th St. at Zion Lutheran Church, Harrisburg
40°15′42″N 76°52′45″W / 40.2617°N 76.8793°W / 40.2617; -76.8793 (Presidential Convention)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Public Sector Unionism TransparentPlaceholder.png September 9, 2005 State St., near 3rd, Harrisburg City Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor
Rockville Bridge TransparentPlaceholder.png April 29, 2010 N Front St. in Susquehanna Twp., at Fort Hunter's Heckton Church
40°20′19″N 76°54′27″W / 40.33874°N 76.90752°W / 40.33874; -76.90752 (Rockville Bridge)
Roadside Bridges, Business & Industry, Railroads
Saint Peter's Kierch St. Peter's Kierch.jpg February 28, 1969 At church, Union & High Sts., Middletown
40°12′04″N 76°43′57″W / 40.2012°N 76.7325°W / 40.2012; -76.7325 (Saint Peter's Kierch)
Roadside Religion
Simon Girty TransparentPlaceholder.png June 16, 2001 Front St. at Fort Hunter Park, Middle Paxton Twp., just N of Harrisburg
40°20′32″N 76°54′35″W / 40.3423°N 76.9097°W / 40.3423; -76.9097 (Simon Girty)
Roadside American Revolution, Early Settlement, Exploration, Native American, War of 1812
State Capitol TransparentPlaceholder.png August 11, 1953 Main entrance to Capitol (south of steps), Harrisburg
40°15′52″N 76°53′05″W / 40.2645°N 76.8847°W / 40.2645; -76.8847 (State Capitol)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century
State Museum of Pennsylvania TransparentPlaceholder.png September 21, 2005 Museum lawn, 3rd & North Streets, Harrisburg Roadside Buildings, Education, Government & Politics 20th Century
T. Morris Chester TransparentPlaceholder.png December 3, 1986 Market Street near 3rd St., Harrisburg
40°15′39″N 76°52′52″W / 40.2607°N 76.8812°W / 40.2607; -76.8812 (T. Morris Chester)
City African American, Civil War, Education, Military, Professions & Vocations, Underground Railroad
U.S. Colored Troops Grand Review TransparentPlaceholder.png May 6, 2006 Soldier's Grove behind Capitol, Walnut / 7th St. across from State St. Bridge, Harrisburg Roadside African American, Civil War, Military
Underground Railroad TransparentPlaceholder.png April 29, 2000 In Capitol Park, Walnut St. near Commonwealth Ave., Harrisburg
40°15′46″N 76°52′53″W / 40.2628°N 76.8815°W / 40.2628; -76.8815 (Underground Railroad)
City African American, Religion, Underground Railroad
Union Canal TransparentPlaceholder.png March 1, 1948 Allentown Blvd. / Wm. Penn Hwy. (US 22) at Hershey Rd. (PA 39), 9.3 miles NE of Harrisburg
40°20′20″N 76°42′46″W / 40.3388°N 76.7128°W / 40.3388; -76.7128 (Union Canal)
Roadside Canals, Navigation, Transportation, William Penn
Union Canal TransparentPlaceholder.png March 1, 1948 S. Hanover St. near Hershey Park Drive, Union Deposit
40°17′09″N 76°40′43″W / 40.2858°N 76.6787°W / 40.2858; -76.6787 (Union Canal)
Roadside Canals, Navigation, Transportation, William Penn
Union Canal TransparentPlaceholder.png April 1, 1950 E Main St. / E Harrisburg Pk. (PA 230) between RR tracks & Swatara Creek, E end of Middletown
40°11′30″N 76°43′54″W / 40.1917°N 76.7318°W / 40.1917; -76.7318 (Union Canal)
Roadside Canals, Navigation, Transportation
Walnut Street Bridge TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a City Island at West end of bridge, Harrisburg
40°15′21″N 76°53′18″W / 40.2558°N 76.8882°W / 40.2558; -76.8882 (Walnut Street Bridge)
City Bridges, Transportation
Wildwood Park TransparentPlaceholder.png November 17, 2005 intersection of Industrial Rd. & Wildwood Way, Harrisburg
40°18′28″N 76°53′13″W / 40.30773°N 76.88682°W / 40.30773; -76.88682 (Wildwood Park)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Education, Environment, Medicine & Science
William Howard Day TransparentPlaceholder.png May 26, 1997 Lincoln & Carlisle Sts., Steelton
40°14′36″N 76°50′18″W / 40.2432°N 76.8383°W / 40.2432; -76.8383 (William Howard Day)
Roadside African American, Education, Professions & Vocations, Religion, Underground Railroad, Writers
William Maclay TransparentPlaceholder.png September 23, 1946 Riverfront Park, Front & South Sts., Harrisburg
40°15′42″N 76°53′18″W / 40.2618°N 76.8883°W / 40.2618; -76.8883 (William Maclay)
Roadside George Washington, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century
Wilt Chamberlain's Scoring Record Wilt Chamberlain3.jpg March 2, 2002 100 Hersheypark Dr. (Hersheypark Arena), Hershey
40°17′19″N 76°39′24″W / 40.2887°N 76.6567°W / 40.2887; -76.6567 (Wilt Chamberlain's Scoring Record)
Roadside African American, Basketball, Sports

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2010-07-19.

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