Wallace Twp Wallace Township was formed through a division of West Nantmeal Township in 1852. Archaeological and historical research indicates that Wallace Township's earliest eighteenth century inhabitants included remnants of the Brandywine and Okehocking bands of the Lenape Indians, who dwelt in the area from approximately 1720 to 1740. A Brandywine Indian burial site, excavated in 1952 and again in 1982, is currently owned and maintained by Wallace Township. The Glenmoore Historic District, William Ferguson Farm, and Springton Manor Farm, (Springton Manor Farm was settled by the Scotch Irish in 1725 all are listed on the National Register of Historic Places
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|Township Webstite||Downingtown Area School District|
|Downingtown Historical Commission||SEPTA Paoli-Thorndale Train|
|Chester County Website||Chester County Hospital|
|Downingtown Boro Information Page||Uwchlan Township Information Page|
|EastBrandywine Township Information Page||West Bradford Township Information Page|
|East Caln Township Information Page||West Pikeland Township Information Page|
|Upper Uwchlan Township Information Page||Downingtown Area General Information Page|
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