Category:National Register of Historic Places in Chester County, Pennsylvania

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Chester County, Pennsylvania is one of the 3 oldest counties in Pennsylvania. It has approx. 312 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, making it one of the biggest counties for NRHP listings, especially for a fairly rural county. Historic themes include early Quaker meetinghouses, Brandywine Creek and early mill industrialization, the Battle of Brandywine, Valley Forge, Strasburg Road and early transportation, farming, barns, log cabins, and covered bridges.


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