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  • 1 Holland Street Erie, PA 16507
    If not for the water, what would Erie have become? Explore the roots of Erie, its waterfront. Erie's bayfront district includes U.S. Brig Niagara, Maritime Museum, Bicentennial Tower, restaurants,...
  • 119 S. Pitt St Mercer, PA 16137-1211
    This cemetery is located on the right across from the main gate at Stoneboro Fairgrounds. The cemetery is all that remains of Liberia, a fugitive slave town established by the Travis family, free...
  • 16709 Conneaut Lake Rd. Meadville, PA 16335
    Historic river trail following Washington's path along the French Creek during the French and Indian War. In Nov. 1753, 21 year-old George Washington was called upon by Virginia's Governor to warn...
  • 4504 Rudd Rd. West Springfield, PA 16443-9752
    Travel back in time with costumed guides to walk the streets and explore the legends and lore of the historic town known as Girard. Learn about the first Civil War Monument erected in the United...
  • 707 W. 38th St. Erie, PA 16508-2626
    Haunted History Tours offers trolley tours of haunted sites in beautiful Erie County, Pennsylvania. Visitors will explore the haunts, legends, and ghostly tales of historic Erie County while...
  • Route 62 Hermitage, PA 16148
    The Clay Furnace was one of a handful of iron furnaces that used raw bituminous coal.  B. B. Vincent and David Himrod of Erie built the furnace in 1845 and named it after Henry Clay, a Kentucky...
  • 2619 E. State St. Hermitage, PA 16148-2719
    Located in scenic Hermitage, Pennsylvania, Hillcrest Memorial Park is conveniently located near several major metropolitan areas. It is within one and a half-hour's drive of Pittsburgh, Cleveland...
  • 1259 Liberty St. Franklin, PA 16323-1381
    Located at the confluence of French Creek and the Allegheny River, Franklin was a key strategic spot in the French and Indian War. Later, with the discovery of oil in nearby Titusville, Franklin...
  • 202 W. Central Ave Titusville, PA 16354-1719
    In 1859, Edwin L. Drake, employed by the Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company, drilled the nation's first producing oil well. The modern petroleum industry was born out of his groundbreaking...
  • 17620 John Brown Rd. Guys Mills, PA 16327
    In Pre-Civil War Crawford County, Pennsylvania, the farm of the great abolitionist John Brown played a strategic role in the Underground Railroad. Disbursing "depots" in the area, John Brown aided...
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