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National Register of Historic Places listings in Northampton County, Pennsylvania

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Location of Northampton County in Pennsylvania
Location of Northampton County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States.

There are 59 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4 sites designated as National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 31, 2020.[1]
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX

Current listings

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Municipality Description
1 Jacob Arndt House and Barn December 28, 2005
(#05001489)
910 Raubsville Road
40°37′35″N 75°13′22″W / 40.626389°N 75.222778°W / 40.626389; -75.222778 (Jacob Arndt House and Barn)
Williams Township
2 Bangor Historic District August 6, 2014
(#14000469)
Roughly bounded by 3rd, Fairview & Pennsylvania Aves., Division, N. 4th, N. Main, Erdman, Northampton, S. 1st Sts.
40°51′57″N 75°12′19″W / 40.8657°N 75.2053°W / 40.8657; -75.2053 (Bangor Historic District)
Bangor Borough
3 Bethlehem Silk Mill February 15, 2005
(#05000065)
238 West Goepp Street
40°37′37″N 75°23′05″W / 40.626944°N 75.384722°W / 40.626944; -75.384722 (Bethlehem Silk Mill)
Bethlehem
4 Bethlehem Steel Lehigh Plant Mill No. 2 Annex May 5, 2004
(#04000401)
11 West 2nd Street
40°36′55″N 75°22′46″W / 40.615278°N 75.379444°W / 40.615278; -75.379444 (Bethlehem Steel Lehigh Plant Mill No. 2 Annex)
Bethlehem
5 Bridge in Bangor Borough June 22, 1988
(#88000876)
Pennsylvania Street over Martins Creek
40°52′10″N 75°12′28″W / 40.869444°N 75.207778°W / 40.869444; -75.207778 (Bridge in Bangor Borough)
Bangor
6 Bridge in Williams Township June 22, 1988
(#88000855)
Legislative Route 48007 over Frey's Run near Stouts
40°36′39″N 75°13′54″W / 40.610833°N 75.231667°W / 40.610833; -75.231667 (Bridge in Williams Township)
Williams Township
7 Carbon County Section of the Lehigh Canal August 10, 1979
(#79002179)
Along the Lehigh River
40°49′03″N 75°40′08″W / 40.8175°N 75.668889°W / 40.8175; -75.668889 (Carbon County Section of the Lehigh Canal)
Lehigh Township and Walnutport Extends into Carbon County
8 Central Bethlehem Historic District May 5, 1972
(#72001131)
Bounded by Main, Nevada, and East Broad Streets, and the Lehigh River; also roughly bounded by Walnut St., Linden St., Lehigh River, and New St.
40°37′06″N 75°22′56″W / 40.618333°N 75.382222°W / 40.618333; -75.382222 (Central Bethlehem Historic District)
Bethlehem Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of November 7, 1988. Extends into Lehigh County
9 Chain Bridge February 12, 1974
(#74001798)
Southwest of Glendon on Hugh Moore Parkway across the Lehigh River
40°39′14″N 75°14′56″W / 40.653889°N 75.248889°W / 40.653889; -75.248889 (Chain Bridge)
Palmer Township and Williams Township
10 Coffeetown Grist Mill November 16, 1977
(#77001179)
7 miles (11 km) south of Easton at Coffeetown and Kressman Roads
40°37′10″N 75°12′21″W / 40.619444°N 75.205833°W / 40.619444; -75.205833 (Coffeetown Grist Mill)
Williams Township
11 College Hill Residential Historic District May 1, 1991
(#91000506)
Roughly bounded by McCartney Street, Pierce Street, Pardee Street, the Forks Township line and the Delaware River
40°42′17″N 75°12′17″W / 40.704722°N 75.204722°W / 40.704722; -75.204722 (College Hill Residential Historic District)
Easton
12 County Bridge No. 36 June 22, 1988
(#88000877)
Township Road 611 over Jacoby Creek
40°55′07″N 75°05′37″W / 40.918611°N 75.093611°W / 40.918611; -75.093611 (County Bridge No. 36)
Portland
13 Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal October 29, 1974
(#74001756)
Parallels west bank of the Delaware River from Easton to Bristol
40°41′17″N 75°12′18″W / 40.688056°N 75.205°W / 40.688056; -75.205 (Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal)
Bristol Extends into Bucks County
14 Easton Cemetery October 25, 1990
(#90001610)
401 North Seventh Street
40°41′55″N 75°13′07″W / 40.698611°N 75.218611°W / 40.698611; -75.218611 (Easton Cemetery)
Easton
15 Easton Historic District May 6, 1983
(#83002264)
Roughly bounded by Riverside and Bushkill Drives, Ferry and 7th Streets
40°41′27″N 75°12′43″W / 40.690833°N 75.211944°W / 40.690833; -75.211944 (Easton Historic District)
Easton
16 Easton House December 3, 1980
(#80003583)
167–169 Northampton Street
40°41′29″N 75°12′29″W / 40.691389°N 75.208056°W / 40.691389; -75.208056 (Easton House)
Easton
17 Edelman Schoolhouse March 22, 2019
(#100003520)
165 Longley Rd.
40°45′02″N 75°22′03″W / 40.7506°N 75.3675°W / 40.7506; -75.3675 (Edelman Schoolhouse)
Moore Township
18 Ehrhart's Mill Historic District April 30, 1987
(#87000666)
Old Mill Road
40°33′43″N 75°20′58″W / 40.561944°N 75.349444°W / 40.561944; -75.349444 (Ehrhart's Mill Historic District)
Lower Saucon Township
19 Elmwood Park Historic District April 21, 1988
(#88000449)
Roughly bounded by Goepp Circle, Woodruff Street, Park Place, and Carson Street
40°37′28″N 75°21′56″W / 40.624444°N 75.365556°W / 40.624444; -75.365556 (Elmwood Park Historic District)
Bethlehem
20 Fountain Hill Historic District April 21, 1988
(#88000450)
Roughly bounded by Brighton, Wyandotte, West Fourth and Seminole Streets, and Delaware Avenue
40°36′40″N 75°23′10″W / 40.611111°N 75.386111°W / 40.611111; -75.386111 (Fountain Hill Historic District)
Bethlehem Extends into Lehigh County
21 Gemeinhaus-Lewis David De Schweinitz Residence May 15, 1975
(#75001658)
66 West Church Street
40°37′07″N 75°22′52″W / 40.618611°N 75.381111°W / 40.618611; -75.381111 (Gemeinhaus-Lewis David De Schweinitz Residence)
Bethlehem
22 Gosztonyi Savings and Trust May 19, 2015
(#15000242)
530 E. 3rd St.
40°36′44″N 75°22′15″W / 40.6121°N 75.3708°W / 40.6121; -75.3708 (Gosztonyi Savings and Trust)
Bethlehem
23 Gristmiller's House June 18, 1973
(#73001657)
459 Old York Road
40°37′15″N 75°23′00″W / 40.620833°N 75.383333°W / 40.620833; -75.383333 (Gristmiller's House)
Bethlehem
24 Michael and Margaret Heller House June 28, 2010
(#10000399)
1890-1892 Friedensville Rd.
40°34′44″N 75°20′49″W / 40.578889°N 75.346944°W / 40.578889; -75.346944 (Michael and Margaret Heller House)
Lower Saucon Township
25 William Jacob Heller House April 20, 1982
(#82003803)
501 Mixsell Street
40°42′14″N 75°12′05″W / 40.703889°N 75.201389°W / 40.703889; -75.201389 (William Jacob Heller House)
Easton
26 Historic Moravian Bethlehem Historic District October 16, 2012
(#12001016)
Church, Market and Main Streets
40°37′08″N 75°22′51″W / 40.618924°N 75.38076°W / 40.618924; -75.38076 (Historic Moravian Bethlehem Historic District)
Bethlehem
27 Illick's Mill May 20, 2005
(#05000450)
130 Illick's Mill Road
40°38′30″N 75°22′51″W / 40.641667°N 75.380833°W / 40.641667; -75.380833 (Illick's Mill)
Bethlehem
28 Jacobsburg Historic District October 17, 1977
(#77001181)
3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of Nazareth off Pennsylvania Route 115
40°46′57″N 75°17′34″W / 40.7825°N 75.292778°W / 40.7825; -75.292778 (Jacobsburg Historic District)
Nazareth
29 Kreidersville Covered Bridge December 1, 1980
(#80003587)
North of Northampton on Legislative Route 48061
40°43′25″N 75°29′35″W / 40.723611°N 75.493056°W / 40.723611; -75.493056 (Kreidersville Covered Bridge)
Allen Township
30 Lehigh Canal October 2, 1978
(#78002439)
Lehigh Gap to south Walnutport boundary
40°44′49″N 75°36′18″W / 40.746944°N 75.605°W / 40.746944; -75.605 (Lehigh Canal)
Lehigh Township and Walnutport
31 Lehigh Canal: Eastern Section Glendon and Abbott Street Industrial Sites October 2, 1978
(#78002437)
Lehigh River from Hopeville to confluence of Lehigh and Delaware Rivers
40°39′24″N 75°17′41″W / 40.656667°N 75.294722°W / 40.656667; -75.294722 (Lehigh Canal: Eastern Section Glendon and Abbott Street Industrial Sites)
Easton Extends into Lehigh County
32 Lehigh Canal: Allentown to Hopeville Section December 17, 1979
(#79002307)
Along Lehigh River
40°36′55″N 75°24′52″W / 40.615278°N 75.414444°W / 40.615278; -75.414444 (Lehigh Canal: Allentown to Hopeville Section)
Bethlehem
33 Lehigh Valley Railroad Headquarters Building May 24, 1984
(#84003517)
425 Brighton Street
40°36′48″N 75°23′07″W / 40.613333°N 75.385278°W / 40.613333; -75.385278 (Lehigh Valley Railroad Headquarters Building)
Bethlehem
34 Lehigh Valley Silk Mills April 29, 1993
(#93000356)
Junction of Seneca and Clewell Streets
40°36′16″N 75°23′37″W / 40.604444°N 75.393611°W / 40.604444; -75.393611 (Lehigh Valley Silk Mills)
Fountain Hill
35 Lutz-Franklin School December 30, 2008
(#08001268)
4216 Countryside Lane
40°37′28″N 75°16′49″W / 40.624444°N 75.280278°W / 40.624444; -75.280278 (Lutz-Franklin School)
Lower Saucon Township
36 C.F. Martin & Company September 4, 2018
(#100002837)
10 W North & 201 N Main Sts.
40°44′45″N 75°18′44″W / 40.7459°N 75.3121°W / 40.7459; -75.3121 (C.F. Martin & Company)
Nazareth
37 McCollum and Post Silk Mill July 27, 2005
(#05000758)
368 Madison Avenue
40°44′21″N 75°19′08″W / 40.739167°N 75.318889°W / 40.739167; -75.318889 (McCollum and Post Silk Mill)
Nazareth
38 Jacob Mixsell House February 14, 1980
(#80003584)
101 South 4th Street
40°40′50″N 75°12′37″W / 40.680556°N 75.210278°W / 40.680556; -75.210278 (Jacob Mixsell House)
Easton
39 Moravian Sun Inn October 2, 1973
(#73001658)
564 Main Street
40°37′19″N 75°22′54″W / 40.621944°N 75.381667°W / 40.621944; -75.381667 (Moravian Sun Inn)
Bethlehem
40 Nazareth Hall Tract November 28, 1980
(#80003588)
Zinzendorf Square
40°44′40″N 75°18′54″W / 40.7444°N 75.315°W / 40.7444; -75.315 (Nazareth Hall Tract)
Nazareth
41 Nazareth Historic District August 11, 1988
(#88001203)
Centered on Center and Main Streets
40°44′31″N 75°18′39″W / 40.7419°N 75.3108°W / 40.7419; -75.3108 (Nazareth Historic District)
Nazareth
42 Jacob Nicholas House November 21, 1976
(#76001658)
458 Ferry Street
40°41′22″N 75°12′47″W / 40.6894°N 75.2131°W / 40.6894; -75.2131 (Jacob Nicholas House)
Easton
43 Old Waterworks June 19, 1972
(#72001142)
Within Historic Subdistrict A near Monocacy Creek
40°37′09″N 75°23′00″W / 40.6192°N 75.3833°W / 40.6192; -75.3833 (Old Waterworks)
Bethlehem
44 Packer Memorial Chapel November 20, 1979
(#79003234)
Packer Avenue, Lehigh University
40°36′27″N 75°22′41″W / 40.6075°N 75.3781°W / 40.6075; -75.3781 (Packer Memorial Chapel)
Bethlehem
45 Parsons-Taylor House August 22, 1980
(#80003585)
4th and Ferry Streets
40°41′23″N 75°12′38″W / 40.6897°N 75.2106°W / 40.6897; -75.2106 (Parsons-Taylor House)
Easton
46 Pembroke Village Historic District May 9, 1988
(#88000464)
Roughly bounded by Radclyffe Street, Carlisle Street, Stefko Boulevard, Arcadia Street and Minsi Trail
40°37′52″N 75°21′35″W / 40.6311°N 75.3597°W / 40.6311; -75.3597 (Pembroke Village Historic District)
Bethlehem
47 Real Estate Building February 20, 1986
(#86000319)
2–8 North Main Street
40°52′01″N 75°12′20″W / 40.8669°N 75.2056°W / 40.8669; -75.2056 (Real Estate Building)
Bangor
48 Seipsville Hotel May 6, 1977
(#77001178)
2912 Old Nazareth Road
40°41′37″N 75°15′45″W / 40.6936°N 75.2625°W / 40.6936; -75.2625 (Seipsville Hotel)
Palmer Township
49 R. and H. Simon Silk Mill December 30, 2014
(#14001104)
659 N. 13th St.
40°41′52″N 75°13′42″W / 40.6979°N 75.2282°W / 40.6979; -75.2282 (R. and H. Simon Silk Mill)
Easton
50 Herman Simon House June 27, 1980
(#80003586)
41 North 3rd Street
40°39′24″N 75°12′34″W / 40.6567°N 75.2094°W / 40.6567; -75.2094 (Herman Simon House)
Easton
51 South Bethlehem Downtown Historic District January 3, 2006
(#05001500)
Roughly bounded by Wyandotte, Columbia, Hayes, and Morton Street
40°36′45″N 75°22′30″W / 40.6125°N 75.375°W / 40.6125; -75.375 (South Bethlehem Downtown Historic District)
Bethlehem
52 State Theatre March 4, 1982
(#82003804)
454 Northampton Street
40°41′29″N 75°12′45″W / 40.6914°N 75.2125°W / 40.6914; -75.2125 (State Theatre)
Easton
53 Daniel Steckel House March 8, 1982
(#82003802)
207 West Northampton Street
40°43′38″N 75°23′40″W / 40.7272°N 75.3944°W / 40.7272; -75.3944 (Daniel Steckel House)
Bath
54 Isaac Stout House August 11, 2004
(#04000834)
50 Durham Road
40°36′37″N 75°13′59″W / 40.6103°N 75.2331°W / 40.6103; -75.2331 (Isaac Stout House)
Williams Township
55 The Tannery June 19, 1972
(#72001143)
Within Bethlehem Historic Subdistrict A near Monocacy Creek
40°37′11″N 75°23′02″W / 40.6197°N 75.3839°W / 40.6197; -75.3839 (The Tannery)
Bethlehem
56 John Wagner and Family Farmstead July 23, 2020
(#100005357)
1789 Meadows Rd.
40°34′07″N 75°20′50″W / 40.5686°N 75.3473°W / 40.5686; -75.3473 (John Wagner and Family Farmstead)
Lower Saucon Township
57 Weona Park Carousel August 4, 1999
(#99000879)
Pennsylvania Route 512
40°52′15″N 75°14′55″W / 40.8708°N 75.2486°W / 40.8708; -75.2486 (Weona Park Carousel)
Pen Argyl
58 Whitefield House and Gray Cottage May 1, 1980
(#80003589)
214 East Center Street
40°44′28″N 75°18′28″W / 40.7411°N 75.3078°W / 40.7411; -75.3078 (Whitefield House and Gray Cottage)
Nazareth
58 Zeta Psi Fraternity House May 21, 2001
(#01000506)
49 South College Drive
40°41′51″N 75°12′28″W / 40.6975°N 75.207778°W / 40.6975; -75.207778 (Zeta Psi Fraternity House)
Easton

Former listing

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location Municipality Summary
1 Fountain Hill Opera House June 7, 1979
(#79002306)
August 11, 1987 405 Wyandotte Street
Bethlehem

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 31, 2020.
  2. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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