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  • 400 Ross St. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2102
    412-471-5808
    The most lasting and well-known symbol of Allegheny County is the Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail complex, designed in 1883 by Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson, and built between 1884...
  • 1630 Latimer St. Philadelphia, PA 19103-6308
    215-735-6737
    The Colonial style house and gardens serve as the Pennsylvania headquarters for The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. The Society is composed entirely of women who are descended in...
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  • 7005 Milford Rd. East Stroudsburg, PA 18302-9370
    570-588-9338
    The only museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania that traces the history and culture of the Delaware Indians. Visit the Pocono Indian Museum and you'll see displays of artifacts, weapons, and tools. A...
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  • 701 Arch St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-1504
    215-574-0380
    The African American Museum in Philadelphia collects and preserves art and artifacts and, through exhibitions and programs, interprets the history and stories of African Americans and those of the...
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  • N. 6th St., N of Woodbine. In concrete. Harrisburg, PA 17101
    From the first shots of the Civil War, the women of Harrisburg worked behind the scenes to ensure a Union victory.
  • 2233 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19132-4502
    215-684-1008
    The Black Family Reunion Cultural Center promotes the African American heritage through cultural programs and activities. The center offers exhibits, performances, readings, and lectures.
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  • 606 Yellow Hill Rd Biglerville, PA 17307-9486
    Yellow Hill in Adams County's Butler Township was once the home of several African American families from the 1840s through the 1890s. The settlement was founded by Edward Mathews, who owned 16...
  • 218 Mercer St. Harmony, PA 16037
    724-452-7341
    Site of Delaware Indians' Murdering Town (name origin undetermined), visited in late 1753 by 21-year-old George Washington during his mission on behalf of Virginia's governor to demand French...
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  • 244 S. 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107-5638
    This long overdue historical marker does not fully capture the significance of William Still's story. He was one of the two or three most important figures in the history of the Underground...
  • 69 Market St. Brownsville, PA 15417
    724-785-9331
    Experience Historic Brownsville during National Road Era-westward migration-early 1800s and Industrial era of coal and coke-early 1900's. Must visit, first Cast Iron Bridge in America-Nemacolin...
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