Buckingham Township

Buckingham was founded by William Penn in 1682, originally home to the Lenni Lenape Indians, Buckingham is rich with history. Driving through the rolling countryside, you will still see many old stone houses and barns. Covering 33.1 square miles it is the largest (by measurement) township in the county. Home to many historical landmarks like the Buckingham Friends Meeting house (a designated National Historic Landmark District), and Mount Gilead A.M.E. Church (a station on the Underground Railroad barns.  There is a united desire by the locals to preserve the land. Buckingham township includes  Bridge Valley, Buckingham, Buckingham Valley, Forest Grove, Furlong (also in Doylestown Township,) Highton (also in Solebury Township,) Holicong, Lahaska (also in Solebury Township,) Mechanicsville, Mozart, Pineville (also in Wrightstown Township,) and Wycombe (also in Wrightstown Township.) and is part of the Central Bucks School District. For more information on Buckingham check out www.buckinghampa.org

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