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Reviewing George Washington’s historical presence in Erie County, PA: Christine’s Chronicles

by Christine Lorraine Morgan ~ August 27, 2022 On the south side of Waterford’s Eagle-Hotel stands a life-sized commemoration to the nation’s first President, George Washington, posed in a manner to represent the fulfillment of his first public mission. The … Continue reading

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Look at these Magnificent Homes from Erie, PA’s Millionaire’s Row on W. 6th Street Near Downtown: Christine’s Chronicles

From about 1871 to the 1930s an area of Erie, PA on W. 6th Street near downtown was dubbed “Millionaire’s Row.” As the city developed, this is where the affluent citizens built architecturally-stunning homes and carriage houses. Enjoy this sampling … Continue reading

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See What Erie’s East Bayfront Looked Like in 1880 With This Photo of the Wayne Blockhouse: Christine’s Chronicles

By Christine Lorraine Morgan ~ April 18, 2022 Yes, the shoreline of Presque Isle Bay nearly reached the Wayne Blockhouse as is apparent in this 1880 photo! Garrison Hill, which is slightly to the east of this photo, was a … Continue reading

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See the beautiful Paintings on the Conneaut Lake Park Carousel, which is for sale as park rides are dismantled: Christine’s Chronicles

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Riehl Gardens ~ A place of beauty in Fairview, PA: Christine’s Chronicles

“Riehl Gardens is Beautiful” was a perfect slogan for this former business because it truly lived up to that statement. Check out these photos and story to see for yourself. Continue reading

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It’s Cello Time! Here’s the Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa played by Christine Lorraine Morgan

Have you ever wondered what this Sousa march would sound like on the cello? Then tune in and check it out! Continue reading

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Dowling’s Tavern in Erie, PA Demolished

The establishment formerly known as Dowling’s Tavern located on the NW corner of W. 12th and Cascade streets in Erie, PA was taken down on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021. Yours truly had previously spent time visiting the late Vinny (Younger) … Continue reading

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McConnell’s Mill and Covered Bridge Are Amazing Sights to See! Christine’s Chronicles

This is a MUST-SEE place! Spanning the cliffs and rapids of Slippery Rock Creek sits McConnell’s Mill covered bridge, a historic thoroughfare built in 1874 that is steeped in both history and legend. Rumor has it that between the mill … Continue reading

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Christine’s Chronicles: The Warner Theatre in Still Bedazzles After 90 Years in Erie, PA

If you love beautiful, opulent old theaters then you’ll need to see this post! Enjoy these images of the Warner Theatre in downtown Erie, PA which capture the magic of this opulent palace of yesteryear. Continue reading

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Weird Presidential Facts About All 44 U.S. Presidents Part Two: Christine’s Chronicles

Focus in on the lesser-known facts about all 44 U.S. Presidents in the 2nd portion of this eye-opening two-part series. Be sure to also check out "Weird Presidential Facts About All 44 U.S. Presidents Part One." Continue reading

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