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Trails of History Sites Crossword Puzzle

Find clues to the crossword puzzle on theTrails of History page of the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation website.
This is a living historic village and farm that shows how a PA German community lived between 1740 to 1940.
This museum celebrates the colorful heritage of PA's lumber industry.
This museum holds the most significant collections of historic locomotives.
This is one of America's earliest religious communities.
This iron making complex was built in 1742.
This museum preserves the history of rural southwestern PA.
What famous America lived in a house in birdsboro, PA for the first 16 years of his life.
This building was built between 1743-47 by a prosperous Quaker entrepreneur.
This museum is the official museum of the Commonwealth of PA.
This park features Keith House where in Colonial times a PA Governor lived.
This site tells the story of the modern oil industry.
This museum tells the story of people who came to PA from Europe to work in the mining and textile industries.
This is a reconstructed flagship of PA that won the Battle of Lake Erie.
This battlefield was the largest engagement of the Revolutionary War.
This museum recounts the stories of PA's citizens who served defending our nation.
What president crossed the Delaware River on Christmas Night, 1776?
This battle was a victory over the Native Americans in 1763.
This homestead belonged to an German Immigrant in the 18th Century.
The Harmonists found this village in 1824.
This village is an example of a nineteenth century industrial coal mining town.
This furnace represents the early iron industry in the US.
This museum tells the story about Western PA during the French and Indian War and American Revolution War.