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Delaware & Lehigh - The Impact of Irish Immigrants on the Development of Pennsylvania

Archive for: March 2017 posts

Blog Post by: Martha Capwell Fox, Museum & Archives Coordinator The first Irish immigrants to Pennsylvania arrived in 1682, in the very first ship that brought William Penn’s Quakers to his new land. They were…

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Blog Post By: D&L Trail Manager, Lauren Golden The Carbon County Pedestrian Bridge at Jim Thorpe is the big thing happening on the D&L Trail these days (Groundbreaking is April 5th at 12 pm!). But…

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Hi, I’m the new Trail Programs Manager for D&L.  This is a new position that oversees programs that aid the public, businesses, and municipalities in enjoying, promoting, and protecting trails. These include continuing programs like…

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The D&L Ambassadors serve as representatives of the organization to the public in various roles. D&L Ambassadors are required to attend at least one training session to learn about the organization, how it operates, and…

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Where: Hugh Moore Park, 2750 Hugh Moore Park Road, Easton PA 18042 When:  April 8, 2017, 9:00 am – Noon Celebrate National Volunteer Month and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Opening Day for Trails by giving back to…

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