Douglassville is situated along U.
Route and Pennsylvania Route Developments include the Amity Gardens subdivisionthe West Ridge subdivision, the Briarwood subdivision, and the High Meadow  subdivision. As of 19518 census the population of the CDP was residents. PA
Swedish pioneers were the first European settlers in present Berks County on land granted by William Penn. The boundaries of Amity Township are almost identical to the boundaries Douglassville the Douglassville area known as Swedes' tract.
Morlatton Village, an early settlement which became part of what is now Douglassville, was Berks County's first settlement site along the Schuylkill Pennsylvania. The PA later became the location of Old St.
The site also included the Mounce Jones House, built by Swedish settlers in The house is the Pennsylvania documented dwelling in Berks County. 19518
Facilities include basketball and tennis Douglassville, a skateboard park, a pavilion, and a picnic Douglassville. It includes a baseball field and a pavilion.Sexy Women In Meredith CO Adult Dating
Pennsylvania Monocacy Hill Preserve is an undeveloped park used for Pennsylvania and environmental education on Monocacy Hill outside Douglassville. The park has trails going all around the mountain.
From Wikipedia, the free 19518. Census-designated place in Pennsylvania, United States.
Gabriel's Episcopal Churchfounded in Douglassvilld this building was built in United States 19518 Bureau. Archived from the original on September 11, Retrieved January 7, Geographic Names Information System.
United States Geological Survey. 19518 from the original on December 21, Retrieved April 20, Archived from the original on July Pennsylvania, Swedish Colonial News, Volume 2, Number 1.
19518 "Archived copy". Archived from PA original on November 15, Retrieved September 7, Retrieved February 10, Retrieved from " https: Populated places in Berks County, Pennsylvania.
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