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Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

A borough of about 11,000 people, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania is also known as "E-Town."  Having a quaint town square,
Elizabethtown received its name from its founder Captain Barnabas Hughes, who acquired land in 1753 and laid out the town,
naming it for his wife.  Officially, Elizabethtown became a borough in 1827.

Elizabethtown is located only ten miles south of Hershey, PA, and is home to a Mars Candy manufacturing plant, as well.  
Elizabethtown College is also located here.  Below is their video tour: