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  • Route 2014 Cresson, PA 16630
    This memorial honors Admiral Robert E. Peary, the Cresson native and founder of the North Pole in 1909.
  • Route 522, 3 Miles South of McConnellsburg McConnellsburg, PA 17233
    A marker in the Big Spring Graveyard commemorates the victims of the Great Cove Massacre.
  • 104 Iron St. Johnstown, PA 15906-2610
    The Cambria Iron Company National Historic Landmark is on the site of the former Cambria Iron Company's principal plant. A number of buildings remain including the 1864 blacksmith shop. A...
  • 383 Fort Roberdeau Rd Altoona, PA 16601
    Discover the exciting story of the Pennsylvania frontier during the Revolutionary War at Fort Roberdeau. The fort was built to support a lead mining and smelting operation in the most dangerous...
  • 186 Main St., PO Box 219 Saint Michael, PA 15951
    Recently acquired by the National Park Service, this magnificent property is part of the Johnstown Flood National Memorial. The Clubhouse was a weekend resort for the members of the South Fork...
  • 801 Millcreek Rd. Johnstown, PA 15905-2354
    Grandview Cemetery features the Monument of Tranquility overlooking the 777 graves of victims who perished in the 1889 Johnstown Flood.
  • 733 Lake Rd. South Fork, PA 15956-3602
    United States National Park that commemorates the Great Johnstown Flood of May 31, 1889, and remembers the 2,209 victims of the disaster. The park features exhibits on the ruins of the South Fork...
  • 51 Boal Avenue Boalsburg, PA 16827
    The 28th Infantry Division Shrine was established during the reunion of World War One veterans from the Pennsylvania National Guard who fought in the killing fields of France. 
  • Washington St. Johnstown, PA 15901
    Point Park overlooks the confluence of Johnstown's rivers and the Stone Arch Bridge. Built in 1887 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the bridge survived the 1889 Flood but was the scene of a terrible...
  • Kittanning Point Road Altoona, PA 16601
    Completed in 1854, the Horsehoe Curve opened the way for railroads to conquer the Allegheny Ridge. Train watching, displays and exhibits detail this engineering marvel opened by the PRR in 1854.
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