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Hershey: A Guide to the Town Built on Chocolate (Tourist Town Guides) download ebook

by Sara L. Bozich

Hershey: A Guide to the Town Built on Chocolate (Tourist Town Guides) download ebook
ISBN:
0979204380
ISBN13:
978-0979204388
Author:
Sara L. Bozich
Publisher:
Channel Lake, Inc.; 1 edition (May 1, 2009)
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144 pages
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1422 kb
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1124 kb
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Hershey became a "company town" that may have, like other company towns, kept employees welder to their careers. Hershey is officially Derry Township, Pennsylvania, but many tourists and locals call the town after the name of its local chocolate manufacturer, Hershey.

Hershey became a "company town" that may have, like other company towns, kept employees welder to their careers. Milton Hershey, though, created parks, trolleys, golf courses, and help locate public schools and churches. The company was started by Milton Snavely Hershey, who was born in Derry Township. Milton Hershey was an apprentice printer who learned he disliked printing.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Hershey: A Guide to the Town Built on Chocolate.

Hershey was built around chocolate, so it should come as no surprise that it's the city's main attraction. No trip to Chocolate Town, USA would be complete without a visit to Hershey's Chocolate World and The Hershey Story. At Hershey's Chocolate World, you'll learn about chocolate production from bean to bar. Your educational tour concludes with a free chocolate sample. You can also create your own candy bar, including a personalized wrapper. The Hershey Story is an informative museum that delves into the life and legacy of Milton S. Hershey. It also offers chocolate.

Hershey is officially Derry Township, Pennsylvania, but many tourists and locals call the town after the name of its local chocolate manufacturer, Hershey

book by Sara L. Bozich. Chocolate magnate Milton Hershey built his dream in Pennsylvania - more than a business, he created a community.

HERSHEY, P. This town runs on chocolate. From the roller coasters at Hershey Park to the butterfly conservatory at Hershey Gardens, Hershey, P. was literally built on the generosity of its founder, the iconic chocolatier Milton S. Hershey

HERSHEY, P. Seven decades after his death at the age of 88, the maker of Hershey’s Kisses and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups still employs 4,500 people in a close-knit community surrounded by farmland. The related entertainment company draws 8,000 more full- and part-time workers into the town of 14,200 people.

A guide book or travel guide is "a book of information about a place designed for the use of visitors or tourists". It will usually include information about sights, accommodation, restaurants, transportation, and activities. Maps of varying detail and historical and cultural information are often included.

Start from the center of town in the sunny afternoon, from Daley Square, and walk . Over the years his family gave character to the old gray house and to its grounds, rendering its shambling air of simplicity, haphazardness, and glass.

Start from the center of town in the sunny afternoon, from Daley Square, and walk up River Street where all the traffic is converged, pass the bank, the Galloway High School and the . and move on up till private residences begin to appear. Leaving the business district behind, the great factory walls are barely within reach to the left and to the right of the business district. It was a house that rang with noises and conversations, music, hammer-slammings, shouts down the stairs.

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Check out our travel guide on Hershey, P. Prep for Your Hershey Visit. Inventive chocolatier Milton Hershey created a livable town for the master sweet creators and workers at his chocolate factory.

Check out our travel guide on Hershey, PA. With information on the top destinations, our guide is sure to have you experiencing Hershey like a local. Hershey, Pennsylvania, is the sweet result-a place where the cocoa bean rules in all its candy glory-you’ll even find that the street names are all candy related.

Chocolate magnate Milton Hershey built his dream in Pennsylvania - more than a business, he created a community.In this comprehensive and independent guide, discover America's Chocolate Town, including Hersheypark and other fun attractions, resorts, restaurants and the area's rich history. From family vacations and romantic weekends to the singles' getaway, use this guide to plan your ideal vacation to Hershey.Explore the best of America's sweetest tourist town.Also Available:Mackinac: 978-0-9767064-7-2Jackson Hole: 978-0-9792043-3-3Key West: 978-0-9792043-4-0Wisconsin Dells: 978-0-9792043-9-5Atlantic City: 978-0-9792043-0-2Gatlinburg:978-0-9792043-2-6Las Vegas: 978-0-9792043-5-7Myrtle Beach: 978-0-9792043-6-4Niagara Falls: 978-0-9792043-7-1
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  • Riavay
Readers learn some history about Hershey will also being able to read about what Hershey offers, from hotels to restaurants to Hersheypark. This is a well written and easily usable guide for anyone interested in Hershey.

Hershey is officially Derry Township, Pennsylvania, but many tourists and locals call the town after the name of its local chocolate manufacturer, Hershey. The company was started by Milton Snavely Hershey, who was born in Derry Township.

Milton Hershey was an apprentice printer who learned he disliked printing. He found he preferred being an apprentice candy and ice cream producer. He learned from his experiences and applied it towards creating two candy companies, which both failed, one in Philadelphia and then one in New York. When he applied his knowledge of adding milk to caramels, his Lancaster Caramel Company became a success. He then, in 1894, branched into chocolate making with a subsidiary company, Hershey Chocolate Company. This was the first mass production of chocolate which introduced the product, formerly a high priced treat, to the masses.

Hershey sold his caramel business yet retained his chocolate business. He married Catherine Sweeney. They had no children, which led them to their willing their fortune to an orphanage they started, the Hershey Industrial School.

The Hershey factory opened in 1905, returning Milton Hershey to his hometown in a location with good access to local dairies, a river for water, rail transportation, and skilled employees.

Hershey became a "company town" that may have, like other company towns, kept employees welder to their careers. Milton Hershey, though, created parks, trolleys, golf courses, and help locate public schools and churches.

The Hershey Industrial School today is Milton Hershey School. It is a 2,000 acre school for over 1,700 students.

Hershey had 60,000 acres of land with 251 miles of rail, five sugar mills, and a peanut oil plant in Cuba. He sold them in 1946.

Milton Hershey led what was known as The Great Building Campaign during the 1930s. Among things constructed were a hotel, sports arena, rose garden, community center, and a sports stadium. The park built for employees, Hersheypark, had a pool and ride added. A zoo grew in size as well.

Hersheypark opened to the public in 1971. It is now a major amusement park attraction.

Today, Hershey offers many attractions, events, shows, sporting events, museums, golf, shops, spas, restaurants, etc. This book is an excellent resource that describes each
  • DART-SKRIMER
Readers lead some history about Hershey will also being able to read about what Hershey offers, from hotels to restaurants to Hersheypark. This is a well written and easily usable guide for anyone interested in Hershey.

Hershey is officially Derry Township, Pennsylvania, but many tourists and locals call the town after the name of its local chocolate manufacturer, Hershey. The company was started by Milton Snavely Hershey, who was born in Derry Township.

Milton Hershey was an apprentice printer who learned he disliked printing. He found he preferred being an apprentice candy and ice cream producer. He learned from his experiences and applied it towards creating two candy companies, which both failed, one in Philadelphia and then one in New York. When he applied his knowledge of adding milk to caramels, his Lancaster Caramel Company became a success. He then, in 1894, branched into chocolate making with a subsidiary company, Hershey Chocolate Company. This was the first mass production of chocolate which introduced the product, formerly a high priced treat, to the masses.

Hershey sold his caramel business yet retained his chocolate business. He married Catherine Sweeney. They had no children, which led them to their willing their fortune to an orphanage they started, the Hershey Industrial School.

The Hershey factory opened in 1905, returning Milton Hershey to his hometown in a location with good access to local dairies, a river for water, rail transportation, and skilled employees.

Hershey became a "company town" that may have, like other company towns, kept employees welder to their careers. Milton Hershey, though, created parks, trolleys, golf courses, and help locate public schools and churches.

The Hershey Industrial School today is Milton Hershey School. It is a 2,000 acre school for over 1,700 students.

Hershey had 60,000 acres of land with 251 miles of rail, five sugar mills, and a peanut oil plant in Cuba. He sold them in 1946.

Milton Hershey led what was known as The Great Building Campaign during the 1930s. Among things constructed were a hotel, sports arena, rose garden, community center, and a sports stadium. The park built for employees, Hersheypark, had a pool and ride added. A zoo grew in size as well.

Hersheypark opened to the public in 1971. It is now a major amusement park attraction.

Today, Hershey offers many attractions, events, shows, sporting events, museums, golf, shops, spas, restaurants, etc. This book is an excellent resource that describes each.
  • Lost Python
We recently took a trip to Hershey, so I gave it to my 13 year old 2 weeks before, to pick out rides and places to visit!