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Lewisburg, PA 17837
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One of the first five players elected to the Hall of Fame in 1936, which includes Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb and Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson was born in Factoryville, Pennsylvania and attended Bucknell University. He is buried at Lewisburg Cemetery in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Founder of Lewisburg, Ludwig Derr's original log house was incorporated in this existing structure.
Incorporated in 1985, the Lewisburg Historic District is situated in Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania. It is replete with several houses, monuments, bridges, and commercial and civic buildings. A highlight is the Bucknell campus illustrating a large diversity of architectural styles. Other landmarks include the Lewisburg Cemetery and the Soldiers Memorial Field. Gaining historical vitality over the years, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
The Public Library for Union County, headquarters for the three-member federated Union County Library System, offers access to a wide range of materials, programs, and services. Located at 255 Reitz Boulevard in the Brookpark Farm development, the library is open seven days a week. The library
An agency of the United Way of Central Susquehanna Valley, the Milton Public Library has been serving the community since 1923.
Situated between the Boroughs of Milton and West Milton, Milton State Park is an 82-acre island on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Boating, picnicking, fishing, and hiking are recreational opportunities available to visitors.
A National Historic Landmark and National Historic Chemical Landmark situated along the North Branch of the Susquehanna River, this was the home of Joseph Priestley, a scientist, theologian and political theorist. Priestley's manor house with its laboratory wing is furnished with authentic period pieces and displays related to his vast accomplishments.
The Northumberland County Courthouse is regarded as an iconic landmark and is placed on National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1865, this Italianate brick structure features three stories, arched doors, a clock tower, and a dome of copper. The top of the tower houses of a bell. This architectural marvel is hard to miss.
Shikellamy State Park is situated in two sections. Overlooking the confluence of the West and North Branches of the Susquehanna River, the 78-acre Shikellamy Overlook section is situated on the western shore of the Susquehanna River. The 54-acre Shikellamy Marina section in Northumberland County can be found at the confluence of the West and North Branches Susquehanna River, between the Borough of Northumberland and Sunbury on the southern tip of Packer
Part of the White Tail Deer State Forest District, this small quaint park features three rustic picnic pavilions on the side of Seven Notch Mountain. Rapid Run is a cold-water fishery that is stocked annually with brook and brown trout. Sand Bridge State Park is 14 miles west of Lewisburg in Union County on PA 192.
Situated on 695 acres within the Bald Eagle State Forest, R. B. Winter State Park lies in a narrow valley surrounded by oak forests on steep mountain ridges. Many vernal pools run throughout the valley. Camping, snowmobiling, fishing, hiking, picnicking, cross-country skiing, and biking are just some of the many seasonal activities you can enjoy when visiting R. B. Winter State Park.
Surrounded by Bald Eagle State Forest, the eight-acre McCalls Dam State Park is filled with a mix of pines, maples, oaks and hemlocks. Visitors can enjoy the meadow-like tent area along White Deer Creek.