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Keystone Point


Keystone Point [1]: A hamlet on the Bethlehem Pike (Route 309), a mile and a half south of Sellersville. This is the site of the old Strassberger homestead, which is now the library of the Pennsylvania German Historical Society. The name Keystone Point was adopted in 1921. At a conference of the residents of the place, held that year for the purpose of selecting a suitable name, the general opinion was that so old a place with its cherished historical association should be linked in some way with the State's name and "Keystone" was proposed and accepted unanimously.

  1. Macreynolds, George, Place Names in Bucks County, Doylestown, Bucks County Historical Society, Doylestown PA, 1942.

School District: Pennridge

Other neighborhoods named
Keystone

Keystone Point Map

Street Names
Keystone Drive • Orchard Road

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