Buying A Piece Of History

Dated: 05/15/2014

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Nature and history abound here in Lancaster County.  Lancaster County was established on May 10, 1729,  Many events that occurred here have a very significant place in the history of our nation. Many properties such as private homes, businesses and bed and breakfasts are located in historic districts. These properties carry the plaque marking their place on the  register of historic  places.      You can visit to learn more about our 250 year old county. Lancaster county was the model from which 63 more counties were formed.
The Strasburg Railroad dates back to 1832 hauling freight and passengers. Lancaster County was part of 1681 charter of William Penn. John Kennerly received the first recorded deed from Penn in 1691. James Buchanan was elected 15th President of the United States his home, a Museum, is located on Marietta Ave. next door to the Lancaster County Historical Society. Some of the earliest settlers left Europe to escape religious persecution. Among the earliest inhabitants of the Susquehanna Valley were the Susquehannock, Iriquois , Shawnee, Lenape,  Gawanese and Nanticoke tribes.
As you can see we are a county rich in history, Consider buying here when you are ready.

Paul Snyder III

I am a specialist in the management and sale of bank owned AND investment properties throughout SE and Central Pennsylvania. Our team of (14) real estate agents and (3) support staff are here to e....

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