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Historic Towns in Laurel Highlands PA
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  • 216 S. Market St. Ligonier, PA 15658-1242
    In 1758, during the French and Indian war, General John Forbes ordered the construction of a "Post at Loyalhanna," fifty miles from Fort Duquesne, which sat on the forks of the Ohio River (in...
  • 191 Main St. Donegal, PA 15628
    "Experience the ambiance of centuries gone by, as you stay in the area's oldest authentic log cabin, circa 1750"...
  • 723 Kentuck Road Chalk Hill, PA 15421
    Designed in 1953 for the I. N. Hagan Family (Hagan Ice Cream) of Uniontown, the house represents Wright's refinement of organic architecture.
  • 500 W Main Street Uniontown, PA 15401
    Once known as Oak Hill, a 1,000 acre estate owned by JV Thompson, an illustrious coal baron and his second wife Huney, the estate is now occupied b y the Order of the Sisters of Saint Basil the...
  • Main Street Addison, PA 15411
    Visit yesteryear's 1835 "Beacon" and relive the pioneers' journey. Petersburg, Gate 1, is the only original, hand-cut native stone tollhouse still standing along the first federally funded highway....
  • 7328 West National Road Uniontown, PA 15401
    Named for William Searight a prosperous tavern owner on the National Road.  One of only two remianig toll houses (orginally 6) on the Historic National Road
  • Route 669 Springs, PA 15562
    Since 1957 we have operated a museum displaying the life of the early settlers of the Casselman Valley.  We sponsor a Farmers' Market which has just celebrated its 25th anniversary, the 60th...
  • 65 W. Main St Uniontown, PA 15401-3325
    The Uniontown Downtown Historic District includes the original area of the town. Visitors can see historic buildings, churches, and houses. Walking tour brochures are available.
  • Bounded by Lincoln, Sherman, Franklin and Washington Avenues Vandergrift, PA 15690
    Founded in the 1890s, Vandergrift was one of the earliest planned industrial communities. The historic district encompasses many early buildings including the Casino Theatre and a historical museum.
  • Route 4038, Linden Hall Rd. Perryopolis, PA 15473
    Washington Mill Run Park is seven acres of historic buildings that include a 1790s distillery, an 1856 bake shop, an 1814 fulling mill, and the foundation of the George Washington Grist Mill.
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