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Log house residence that was located on the Newman farm a few miles south of Salisbury, Pa.

Charles Butler home was built in Elk Lick Township, south of Salisbury, in the early 1800's.




Dr. McKinley house on Union Street, west of John Street. This building was torn down 1990-91.

Salisbury's Log Houses

Log home which stood opposite the Samuel Horchler residence on the St. Paul Road.



Salisbury's oldest Inn: Survey dates the log portion of this building at 1820. This is the home where Mathias Markley, son of pioneer John Markley lived after his retirement.



Salisbury architecture includes: Great Queen Anne, Federal and second empire, Italianate and Victorian. For more information on these styles of homes please visit the web site listed below.








Salisbury History

Street Scenes of Salisbury--Page One
Street Scenes of Salisbury--Page Two
Aerial View of Salisbury: NEW 1950's Bird's Eye View of Salisbury.


History of Salisbury School Salisbury Bands Sports History Area Churches Salisbury Organizations Salisbury Veterans Salisbury Endures Aerial and Street views of Salisbury Industry -- from logging to cars. Cornplanter Indians Surrounding Area History Message Board Showalter Garlitz Genealogy Welcome To Salisbury Histroy

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