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Erie Canal opens, connecting Great Lakes to Hudson River and Atlantic Ocean.
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PENNSYLVANIA - Lackawanna County - Historic Districts

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Yard--Dickson Manufacturing Co. Site
(added 1990 - Lackawanna County - #90001739)
Also known as Steamtown National Historic Site;Scranton Army Ammunition Pl
Roughly bounded by Cliff St., Lackawanna Ave., Mattes Ave., River St. & the Lackawanna R. , Scranton
(780 acres, 16 buildings, 5 structures)
Historic Significance: Event
Area of Significance: Industry, Transportation
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner: Federal , Private
Historic Function: Industry/Processing/Extraction, Transportation
Historic Sub-function: Manufacturing Facility, Rail-Related
Current Function: Industry/Processing/Extraction, Recreation And Culture
Current Sub-function: Manufacturing Facility, Museum

Lackawanna Avenue Commercial Historic District
(added 1983 - Lackawanna County - #83004215)
Also known as Scranton Commercial Historic District
Roughly bounded by Adams, Franklin, Bogart Pl., and Spruce Sts. , Scranton
(185 acres, 69 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architectural Style: Other, Classical Revival, Late Victorian
Area of Significance: Architecture, Commerce
Period of Significance: 1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874
Owner: Local , Private
Historic Function: Commerce/Trade
Current Function: Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Education, Recreation And Culture

Waverly Historic District
(added 2004 - Lackawanna County - #04000884)
Roughly centered on Academy St. and Abington Rd., inc. Carbondale Rd., Beech, Cole, Church and Dearborn St. , Abington
(770 acres, 116 buildings)
Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Ross, Ephraim, Lewis, George M.D.
Architectural Style: Late 19th And Early 20th Century American Movements, Late Victorian
Area of Significance: Architecture
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899, 1850-1874, 1825-1849
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Education, Recreation And Culture, Religion
Historic Sub-function: Library, Religious Structure, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store, Sport Facility
Current Function: Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Education, Recreation And Culture, Religion
Current Sub-function: Library, Religious Structure, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling, Specialty Store, Sport Facility




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