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  1. William Doyle's 18th Century Inn, founded at the intersection of the Philadelphia to Easton, and Swedsford to Coryell's Ferry roads, was the seed that bloomed into the town now known as Doylestown. As a major crossroads in a largely agricultural area, Doylestown became a central village in the County, leading to its designation as the County Seat.

  2. Doylestown was built on the tract that William Penn conveyed to the Free Society of Traders in 1682, originally containing 20,000 acres. Of the 20,000 acres, 8,612 of them lay in the nearby townships of Warwick, New Britain and Hilltown. The area was twice reduced prior to 1726, when the remainder, containing about 2,000 acres in Warwick and ...

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  4. Jan 25, 2022 · The first episode of "The Gilded Age" dropped on Monday, introducing viewers to its imagination of 1880s New York. But while the show is set in New York, we meet Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson), in ...

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  5. Doylestown Borough. Doylestown was incorporated as a borough in 1838. D oylestown (Towship) was organized in 1818 and situated within a mile of the geographical centre of the county. By an Act of Assembly, passed the 20th of March, 1724, became the county seat in place of Bristol, an honor which it held until 1812, when the courts and public ...

  6. Charles Stewart, the first postmaster, carried letters to recipients in the bell-shaped crown of his high beaver hat as he walked about the village. When Stewart died on February 7, 1804, his son-in-law Enoch Harvey became the next postmaster.

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  7. Jun 17, 2022 · The First People’s Festival in Doylestown got off to a solemn start. But it didn’t take long for the fun to take over. Jeff Werner drummed up the details in the Doylestown Patch. The festival’s organizer was Arrows 4 Native Americans, a Yardley outreach that committed to protects, preserves, promotes, and provides for indigenous peoples.