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Before getting to the Top 10 YorksPast Civil War Posts, here are links to the most recent posts related to talks on the Grand Army of the Republic and David E. Small Post, No. 369, G.A.R., of York, Pennsylvania. African American Civil War Veterans organize in York York Hosts son

These before and after aerial photos, show the area around South Queen Street in York Township before and after I-83 was constructed.  I’ve identified the location of the Harold Smith Residence and the Emanuel Barshinger Farm at the lower left side of the 1957 photo. Both of my brothers and

  YorksPast started with a post on July 26, 2012.  Not quite 15 months later this is my 300th post.  Thus you’ve seen a brand new YorksPast post, on the average, 20 times per month. I’d like to thank everyone for reading and providing feedback to YorksPast.  As I did

My post on Wednesday included the June 29th 1863 report by Robert Crane detailing the destruction of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge to halt the eastward invasion of the Rebels through Pennsylvania.  This report is from The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate

YorksPast started with a post on July 26, 2012.  Ten months, to the day, later this is my 200th post.  Thus you’ve seen a brand new YorksPast post, on the average, 20 times per month. I’d like to thank everyone for reading and providing feedback to YorksPast.  I’ve decided to

The first YorksPast post occurred July 26th 2012; therefore with this 100th post, I’m averaging four and one-half posts per week.  An inventory of the general topics and locations that have been my subjects resulted in this 100-tile mosaic that breaks down these posts into seven general categories. A clickable