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York County, Pennsylvania was founded in 1749 and named for the Duke of York, who would later become King James II. Adjacent Pennsylvania counties include Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, and Adams. To the south of the county lies the state of Maryland, which means that the county's southern border is part of the Mason-Dixon line. The Susquehanna River is part of its eastern border. York County is located in the Susquehanna Valley region.
During the struggle for American Independence, the Second Continental Congress met in York County, PA in 1777-78, where it drafted the Articles of Confederation, the young nation's first written constitution, replaced by the current Constitution in 1788. Another important figure of the American Revolution who lived for some time in York County was Thomas Paine, who wrote some of his famous "Crisis" pamphlets while living in the county. Later in history, York County saw some fighting during the Civil War, when Confederate forces made a northward push in an attempt to take the war to Union soil. Visitors to the county can travel the Civil War Trail in order to relive history.
York County, Pennsylvania is also home to the York Fair, which claims to be America's oldest fair. It was first held in 1765 and was organized by William Penn's grandson, Thomas Penn. The fair is held every September.
We very often help connect York county PA homeowners with roofers in the following communities: York, Fairview, Penn, Dover, Manchester, Windsor, West Manchester, Newberry, Spring Garden, and York Township.