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History and Heritage in Kellettville, PA

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Goschgoschink

West Hickory, PA

Name applied at the time of Zeisberger's arrival in 1767 to all three of the refugee Indian towns. Later the name was... hmdb.org

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Howard Zahniser

West Hickory, PA

Conservationist and architect of National Wilderness Preservation System Act of 1964. Although he died four months be... hmdb.org

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Damascus

West Hickory, PA

Later name of Zeisberger's "Lower Town," located on opposite side of river here. Residence of a Seneca sentinel chief... hmdb.org

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Hickory Town

West Hickory, PA

Site across the river of Zeisberger's "Middle Town," later called Hickory Town. Here his noted dispute with Wangomen ... hmdb.org

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Indian Paths

West Hickory, PA

Across the river here paths led over the hills to Oil Creek. Each year, in spring, the Indians used to travel westwar... hmdb.org

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Lawunakhannek

West Hickory, PA

Name of Indian mission near here, at which the first Protestant church building west of the Allegheny Mountains was b... hmdb.org

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Hickory Town

West Hickory, PA

Site across the river of Zeisberger's "Middle Town," later called Hickory Town. Here his noted dispute with Wangomen ... hmdb.org

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PITHOLE CITY

Pithole City, PA

Pennsylvania's most famous oil-boom town located on a small road 2.3 miles east of SH 227 at a point 1.5 mile... history.rootsweb

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An advance party of Brodhead's expedition of 1779 into the Seneca country had a skirmish here with 30 or 40 Indians, ... hmdb.org

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Formed April 11, 1848 from Jefferson County. Named for its extensive forests. Part of Venango County was added, 1866,... hmdb.org

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oil creek state park

Pleasantville, PA

- Along Oil Creek, just south of Titusville, Colonel Edwin Drake struck oil at a depth of 69.5 feet in August 18... wildernet.com

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Pigeon

Marienville, PA

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This is one of the most scenic trails in the ANF. The trail begins in state game lands but crosses into the nationa... trails.com

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Site of oil-boom town of 15,000. Established in 1865, a ghost town by 1868. Administered by the Pennsylvania Historic... hmdb.org

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Tidioute Bridge

Tidioute, PA

The Tidioute Bridge crosses the Allegheny River in the middle of Tidioute. Visitors enjoy the unique blue color of... visitpa.com

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Featuring an Underground Railroad exhibit and a Dan Rice memorabilia display. visitpa.com

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Haunted History Tours offers trolley tours of haunted sites in beautiful Erie County, Pennsylvania. Visitors will ... visitpa.com

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In response to the absence of Black troops at the Grand Review for Union Armies in Washington, DC, black veterans ... visitpa.com

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The Harrisburg Civil War Round Table was organized and established in 1959. Over that time period, the interest of... visitpa.com

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A 120-acre patch of virgin woodlands, Heart's Content reminds travelers of the way America's forests once stood. T... visitpa.com

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Established in 1845 as a burial ground, the 35-acre cemetery is the oldest and largest in Harrisburg. Among the 30... visitpa.com

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