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Dorneyville Crossroad Settlement

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Location type: City
Location address: United States, Lehigh
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Dorneyville Crossroad Settlement is a complex of three historic buildings located at the crossroads community of Dorneyville in South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. They are the King George Inn, John Dorney House, and William Dorney House. The King George Inn is a large stone building built in four sections. The oldest dates to about 1755, with additions made about 1790, 1796, and 1930. It was operated as an inn and tavern. The John Dorney House and William Dorney House are two stone dwellings built about 1832 and 1835, respectively. They are representative of the Georgian style.

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