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Saegertown, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Salisbury, Pennsylvania
General, History, Historical Society
From the Cornplanter Indians to early settlers, through plague and disaster, to its war heroes and sports exploits, discover the charm of this southwestern Pennsylvania town. Chapter by chapter, delve into the history of Salisbury's schools, bands, sports, churches, groups, military, disasters, street scenes, industries, first inhabitants (Native American and early settlers), and nearby communities. And for the genealogist there is also a chapter on the Showalter Family history.
Saltsburg, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Loretto, Pennsylvania
History
Clarion, Pennsylvania
University
Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania
History
Sayre, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Art
Mont Clare, Pennsylvania
History
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
History
Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
Library
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Jermyn, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
History
Beaver, Pennsylvania
Church
Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Cairnbrook, Pennsylvania
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Museum featuring history on the Shade-Central City Area. Coal mining artifacts, household items, Ship Hotel information, plus much much more!
Sharpsville, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
The purpose of the society is the collecting of data dealing with the early history of the Sharpsville area, the acquisition and preservation of documents, records, relics, and memorabilia having to do with pioneer days, the encouragement of local historical research and education, the investigation and preservation of historical sites, and publication of papers and articles treating events and persons connected with the Sharpsville area’s history.
Emmaus, Pennsylvania
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
The Shelter House is located on the north face of South Mountain where three streams converge. We are nestled in a clearing of woods made up of old hard-wood growth. Built in around 1734 by early Pennsylvania Colonial German settlers,The Shelter House is considered the oldest continually inhabited dwelling in the Lehigh Valley.
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