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Abbottstown

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Abbottstown is little more than the seed of a Pennsylvania town, a central square intersected by two roads, U.S. 30 connecting to York, Lancaster, and distant Philadelphia, and PA 194 connecting to two German communities, Hanover to the south and East Berlin to the north. Two buildings make the trip worthwhile.

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Author: 
George E. Thomas

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