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by George R. Beyer
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Beyer, George (1991). Guide to the State Historical Markers of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission. p. 3. ISBN 0-89271-040-3. PHMC Historical Marker Program.
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List of Pennsylvania state historical markers. This is a list of Pennsylvania state historical markers which were first placed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1914 and are currently overseen by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) as part of its Historical Markers Program.
According to George R. Beyer's Guide to the Historical Markers of Pennsylvania it was on July 25, 1913, that . Early historical markers were sometimes affixed to elaborate monuments, such as the first one in 1914 for Fort McCord, near Edenville. Photo by john k. robinson. Beyer's Guide to the Historical Markers of Pennsylvania it was on July 25, 1913, that an Act of the General Assembly created the Pennsylvania Historical Commission (PHC), and one of its major responsibilities was to "mark by proper monuments, tablets, or markers, places or buildings within this Commonwealth, where historical events have transpired, and.
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