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Friday, October 30, 2020

Indiantown Historical Marker in Lebanon County

Over the past 11 years we've been following the Pennsylvania Historical Marker Trail all through our great state and documenting them on the blog. Millions of people walk or drive by these markers every year and never give them a second thought. They're a great source of historic information and we're trying to bring some much needed attention to them.

While following the Historical Marker Trail through Lebanon County we stumbled upon the Indiantown historical marker on Bellegrove Road in Annville. You'll find it on the left side of the road if you're traveling south. You can carefully pull off the side of the road to photograph it for your waymarking records.
Indiantown Historical Marker in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania


The native village from which, in turn, the Creek, Gap, and great Military Reservation derived their names, formerly stood near here. The Delaware Indians took this route to Shamokin, upon their removal from the Schuylkill region.

By: 1947 by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

If you're going to be visiting Fort Indiantown Gap or the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery it's not far from those locations. We were able to find several markers that are part of the Pennsylvania Historical Marker Trail nearby. You can learn more by visiting the Historical Markers section on our Travel Blog.

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