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Burnt Cabins Historic District put on National Register

July 24, 1998

HARRISBURG (AP) - The Burnt Cabins Historic District in Fulton County is among a dozen sites in Pennsylvania that have been added to he National Register of Historic Places.

The Burnt Cabins Historic District wa described as an example of the architecture of the state's frontier expansion at the mid-18th century.

More than 2,800 Pennsylvania sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which is administered by the National Park Service as the official list of cultural resources that contribute to the understanding of the nation's historical and cultural foundations.

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