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Manheim

Lancaster County,

Pennsylvania

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The Pennsylvania state capital is Harrisburg.


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17545

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Manheim is approximately 4,701 (2004), 4858 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 2,104 (1990), 2017 (2010).

The amount of land area in Manheim is 3.72 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Manheim is 1.2 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Manheim to Washington DC is 93 miles. The distance to the Pennsylvania state capital is 27 miles. (as the crow flies)
Manheim is positioned 40.16 degrees north of the equator and 76.39 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Manheim elevation is 402 feet above sea level.
Manheim median income is $41,855 (2000).

The Manheim median home price is $103,000 (2000).

Manheim miscellany.

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Location

Manheim location: in southeast Pennsylvania about ten miles northwest of Lancaster. Other nearby communities include Salunga-Landisville, East Petersburg, Lititz, Mount Gretna Heights, Cornwall, Mount Gretna, Timber Hills and Quentin. .

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History & History Related Items

Manheim history:

Manheim was named for the native city of Henry William Stiegel, founder of the borough. Stiegel came from Manheim, Germany.

Manheim was founded in 1762. The tract of land was originally a gift to James Logan, a secretary to William Penn, from Hannah Penn, Williamís widow in 1734. In 1762 it was sold to Henry William Stiegel, Charles and Alexander Stedman. The three men are said to be the founders of Manheim though Stiegel is the most well-known. Stiegel had specific ideas for his future in business and as he planned the community he kept this in mind. He built himself a mansion and office building in the center of town. In another area he built his plant for glassmaking. He called it a glasshouse and began production in 1764. More information may be found on the below mentioned history page.

Here is a good history page for Manheim from the local Historical Society. Also try this history page.
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Attractions

Manheim attractions:

Manheim Railroad Station and Museum
Phone: 717-664-3486
displays of model railroads and railroad memorabilia.

Shearerís Bridge
A covered bridge across the creek at Memorial Field.

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