Jodi Christman

Recent Updates 

Bonnet's Tavern (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)

July 6, 2013: New photos
Minersville Coke Ovens (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Mine and coke works ruins from 1875
June 13, 2013: Updated by Jodi Christman: Added description from Wiki
Minersville Coke Ovens (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Mine and coke works ruins from 1875
June 13, 2013: New photos
Riddlesburg Coke Ovens (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
48 brick, beehive coke ovens were built in 1912 to aid in iron-making at the Keystone Foundry and Greenwood Furnace.
June 13, 2013: Added
New Paris Covered Bridge (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)

June 12, 2013: Updated by Jodi Christman: Corrected GPS and added 2nd name
Southernmost Point Buoy (Monroe County, Florida)
The Southernmost point was originally just marked with a sign, which was often stolen. In response to this, the city of Key West erected the now famous concrete buoy in 1983.
June 7, 2013: Added
Old Post Office and Customshouse (Monroe County, Florida)

June 7, 2013: New photos
The Artist House (Monroe County, Florida)
Colonial Queen Ann style, with numerous graceful columns, verandas and gingerbread, is highlighted by the magnificent presence of its turret.
June 7, 2013: Added
Bossler Mennonite Church (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
The current frame building, built in 1881, still serves the congregation with a sanctuary, foyer, 2 anterooms, and nursery.
June 7, 2013: Added
Washington School (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)

June 7, 2013: Added
Star Barn Complex (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)

June 7, 2013: New photos
Hopkin's Canal (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
An attempt to build a canal to bypass Conewago Falls on Susquehanna River as part of the Mainline Canal
June 6, 2013: Added
Old Cumberland County Prison (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
The castle style prison was designed by Edward Haviland
May 26, 2013: Added
Chapter House (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Second Empire architectural style built post Civil War
May 26, 2013: Added
William Maclay Mansion (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Began as a gray limestone farmhouse owned by William McClay. Now a Georgian Revival housing the PBA.
May 26, 2013: Added
Walnut Street Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)

May 26, 2013: New photos
Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Streamlined Electric Locomotive #4859 (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)

May 26, 2013: Updated by Jodi Christman: Corrected GPS
Saint Patrick's Cathedral (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Renaissance Revival-styled church is the largest in Harrisburg, emulating in style the Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome.
May 26, 2013: Added
Grace United Methodist Church (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built using limestone this Gothic Revival style church has one of the tallest and most distinctive spires in Harrisburg
May 26, 2013: Added
Calder Olmsted McCormick Mansion (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Front Street house converted from Second Empire to Italian Renaissance
May 26, 2013: Added
William R. Griffith House (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Classic Greek Revival-styled residential structure was acquired by St. Stephen's in 1918 for use as the home of the Church's Dean.
May 26, 2013: Updated by Jodi Christman: Added overview
James McCormick Mansion (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Second Empire architectural style built post Civil War
May 26, 2013: Added
Art Association of Harrisburg (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)

May 26, 2013: Added
William R. Griffith House (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Classic Greek Revival-styled residential structure was acquired by St. Stephen's in 1918 for use as the home of the Church's Dean.
May 25, 2013: New photo
Dauphin County Courthouse (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)

May 25, 2013: New photo
Clear Spring Mill (York County, Pennsylvania)

May 25, 2013: New photos
New Oxford Train Station Museum (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1892 by Western Maryland Railroad this station now serves as a RR museum
May 22, 2013: Added
Saint Paul's UCC Church (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Beautiful white and brown stone structure with crenelated walls
May 21, 2013: New photos
Conewago Chapel (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Historic Roman Catholic Jesuit mission chapel constructed of brownstone making it the oldest stone Roman Catholic church is the US
May 21, 2013: Updated by Jodi Christman: Merged data from other Conewago entry
Conewago Chapel (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Historic Roman Catholic Jesuit mission chapel constructed of brownstone making it the oldest stone Roman Catholic church is the US
May 17, 2013: Added
Saint Paul's UCC Church (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Beautiful white and brown stone structure with crenelated walls
May 17, 2013: Added
White House Inn (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

April 14, 2013: New Street View added
Chambersburg and Bedford Turnpike Road Company Toll House (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

April 14, 2013: New Street View added
Franklin County Courthouse (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

April 14, 2013: New photos
Franklin County Jail (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

April 14, 2013: New photos
John Brown House (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

April 14, 2013: New photos
Keefe-Mumbower Mill (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)

April 29, 2012: New photos
Byers-Eckels House (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
mid 1800s Italianate Victorian two-story house
April 28, 2012: Added
Laughlin Mill (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Grist Mill built about 1763 by William Laughlin
April 28, 2012: New photos
Dykeman's Spring (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

April 28, 2012: New photos
Cumberland Valley State Normal School Historic District (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

April 28, 2012: New photo
Widow Piper's Tavern (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

April 28, 2012: New photos
Codorus Furnace (York County, Pennsylvania)
Oldest remaining landmark of the iron industry in York County
April 27, 2012: Added
William Black Homestead (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

December 4, 2011: New photo
Horse Valley Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

November 24, 2011: New photos
Welty's Mill Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

November 24, 2011: New photos
Upper Strasburg Medthodist Church (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

November 24, 2011: New photo
Zion United Church of Christ (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

June 19, 2011: Added
Zion Hill Cemetery (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)

June 19, 2011: Added
Upper Strasburg Medthodist Church (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)

June 19, 2011: Added

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