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Featured Marker:
Millersburg Ferry
Dedicated: Sunday, October 22, 1972
County: Dauphin
Marker Type: Roadside
GIS Coordinates: 40.5412-76.9623

Location: Pa. 147 at Market & North Sts., Millersburg

Marker Text: The only surviving ferry service across the Susquehanna began as early as 1825. Boats were poled by manpower until 1873, when the first paddlewheeler was acquired. In the 1920's, gasoline engines replaced steam power, and the paddlewheels were shifted from the side to the stern. The ferry landing is a short distance west.
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