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Rodger's Tavern

A mid-eighteenth century tavern presently undergoing extensive renovations. Located on the banks of the Susquehanna River in a small town, it became an important outpost for Union forces, when the town's rails became the end of the train line. It was also a prosperous ferry boat landing in Colonial years. The Tavern was owned by Col. John Rodgers and frequented by famous folks such as Washington, Lafayette, Rochambeau, and Madison. Official site along the following trails: Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, and Captain John Smith National Historic Water Trail.
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