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Morlatton Village was the beginning of Amity Township with Swedish settlers arriving around 1700. It is beautifully preserved by the Berks County Historic Preservation Trust. Oddly enough, many people have never visited the site.

In order, the Mouns Jones home, the Bridge Keepers home, the George Douglass Mansion, the White Horse Inn and the sites location with River Bridge Road in the background. #morlatton
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They used to have a fall festival there every year. They even served lunch at the White Horse Inn. I don’t think they’ve had it for several years now.

Great photos and story

I have toured Morlatten often. My family immigrated to America from Sweden. They actually came into our country in DE. In 1630. My grandfather came to Birdsboro from My Holly, NJ

Wonderful reminder of what’s right in our own backyard.

When my mom was a little girl she lived in one of these houses.

Use to play in that when we’re kids

will it ever be able to have the interior open to the public. would be very interesting

Was there yesterday to get in trail in the back.

Are we aloud to visit this area,and if so,what is there a address????

Grew up on Old Philadelphia Pike. I sat as a child and watched them rebuild the Mons Jones House. I watched the flood waters cover it in 1972. And I remember the fall fairs with fresh bread and apple butter. What a great place and time to grow up.

Great photos!


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