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Lehigh Valley Live: WATCH: Radar probes for Burnside Plantation link to Revolutionary War


George Washington stored here: That's the claim the stewards of Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem are hoping they can make.

Based on a book about the city's roots as a Moravian settlement, the general is believed to have stored some personal papers and possessions in a brick kiln in the area of the bucolic preserve off Schoenersville Road.

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