Providence Forge

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National Register Of Historic Places Listings In New Kent County, Virginia
... Grove 01979-12-28December 28, 1979 Northwest of Providence Forge on VA 609 Providence Forge Criss Cross 01973-05-11May 11, 1973 Southwest of New Kent off VA 608 New Kent Crump's Mill and Millpond 01999-09-24Septembe. 01978-01-26January 26, 1978 2.7 miles (4.3 km) northwest of Providence Forge on VA 618 Providence Forge Spring Hill 02002-11-27November 27, 11221 ... Carriage Rd ...
Providence Forge, Virginia
... Providence Forge is an unincorporated community in New Kent County, Virginia, United States ... in the county (itself formed by 1654) and the site of a colonial iron forge that was destroyed by British General Banastre Tarleton during the ... Route 60 and State Route 155 pass through Providence Forge ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Montgomery County, Pennsylvania - Current Listings
... Route 113 over the Schuylkill River near Upper Providence Township Extends into Chester County Henry West Breyer Sr ... Mansion 01983-06-21June 21, 1050 ... Valley Forge Road Port Kennedy, Valley Forge National Historical Park Keswick Theatre 01983-06-30June 30, 291 ... Keswick Avenue Glenside Horace Trumbauer, architect ... and eastern bank of the Schuylkill River from Pennsylvania Route 113 to Lock 61 Upper Providence Township Extends into Chester County Seville Theatre 02005-12-28December 28, 2005 822–826 West Lancaster Avenue ...

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