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Located in the northwestern corner of the county, with its neighbors Heidelberg Township to the East, Weisenberg Township to the South, Albany Township, Berks County to the West and West Penn Township, Schulylkill County to the North.
Ontelaunee Park pavilion reservations: Call Lynn Township at (610) 298-2645.
Heidelberg Township was incorporated in October of 1752 within Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Located in the northwestern corner of the county, with its neighbors Lynn Township to the West, Lowhill Township to the South, Washington Township and Whitehall Township to the East and Carbon County to the North.
Weisenberg/Lowhill Historical Society: Weisenberg Township was established on March 20, 1753 at Easton (the county seat of Northamptoin County), WeisenbergTownship was part of the territory purchased by Thomas Penn in September 1737 from the Lenni-Lenape tribe of the Delaware American Indians. Lowhill Township was established on December 18, 1753, Lowhill Township is located in the central portion of Lehigh County.
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Northwestern Lehigh School District
Presents its high school, middle school, and two elementary schools, with information about academics, athletics, and special activities.
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Lehigh County Historical Society: The Lehigh County Historical Society is one of the largest historical societies in America. Our new 30,000 square foot headquarters museum The Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum is a state-of-the-art climate-controlled facility that houses one of the finest historical research libraries in the state of Pennsylvania.
Albany Township Historical Society: Albany Township is located in the northern corner of Berks County, Pennsylvania.
Berks History Center: Founded in 1869, the Founded in 1869, the Berks History Center (BHC) is a museum and library located at 940 Centre Avenue, in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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Kutztown Area Historical Society: Formed in 1974-75 and incorporated in 1976 as one of the first regional historical societies in Berks County.
Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail: This Field Guide to the Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail enables students and educators, history buffs, historians, tourists, photographers, and others to visit and sometimes photograph some of our remaining log cabins and houses.
Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation, Inc.: A non-profit organization established to promote the historical, agricultural, and conservation heritage of Leaser Lake and the surrounding parklands owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the County of Lehigh.
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Schuylkill County Historical Society: Purpose is to discover, procure, and preserve the records of the history of Schuylkill County and any data or materials which may establish or illustrate that history.
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