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Leaman Place, Pennsylvania
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Leaman Place is a named place in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. Leaman Place is known mostly as a whistle-stop. President-elect Abraham Lincoln spoke at this station on February 22, 1861 to a crowd of 5,000. In 1968, Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey, Democratic Party candidate for president, stopped and spoke at the same place.
The Leaman Place covered bridge crosses Pequea Creek.
Leaman Place is located at 40°0′26″N 76°7′0″W / 40.00722°N 76.11667°W (40.007222, -76.116667), and is 385 feet above mean sea level.
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