Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Susquehannock and Early Woodland dating back to 1000.
The famous person Samuel Brodbeck is associated with one of more of the York County historic places.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the York County places including Charles Billmeyer, Joseph Chambers, Wrought Iron Bridge Co., Wagman,William, & Bro., Charles A. Williams, Joseph Dise, S.M. Manifold, Rudolph Forry, Hamme, John B., et al. and Frank Werner. Prominent architectural styles found in York Country are Colonial Revival, Queen Anne and Georgian.
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