Gordonville, Pennsylvania is an unincorporated place or village in Leacock Township in eastern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA. The village is located about nine miles east of the county seat of Lancaster, two miles southwest of the village of Intercourse, one mile north of Paradise, and about three miles southeast of Bird-in-Hand. Though the village is little known outside of its immediate area, the surrounding countryside has been portrayed in many books and magazine articles. The Old Order Amish constitute a significant cultural presence in the area of the village. Wendell Berry mentioned the town in one of his collections of essays. The population of Gordonville was about 460 in 1995; its Zip Code postal address of 17529 includes about 4,100 individuals.Web Sites and Links
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