Lancaster, Part 3 - Lancaster County Courthouse | Palmetto Places - Episode 3


One of Lancaster County’s architectural masterpieces is its exquisite court house, designed by Robert Mills, and built between 1825-1828. The location is so significant that the U.S. Department of the Interior had declared the courthouse a historic national landmark. Joanna Angle discusses some architectural features, significant court cases, the Lancaster County Jail, and Robert Mills, who would later design national monuments, like the Washington Monument, in Washington DC. 

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