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History & Heritage in Pennsylvania Wilds PA
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  • Loganton, PA 17747
    Loganton is located in the heart of Sugar Valley and is an Amish farming community. Shop the general store and local craftsmen shops- still only lit with gas lights. Nearby is the Logan Mills...
  • 80 E. Corydon St. Bradford, PA 16701-2052
    McKean County is home of the famed Civil War Bucktail Regiment Commanded by General Thomas L. Kane. The Old Jail Museum displays many aritifacts from the Civil War and McKean counties' early...
  • Pickering St. Brookville, PA 15825
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Towns, Brookville features a beautifully restored Victorian Main Street, gaining the town recognition as a Pennsylvania Outstanding Community. A 90-acre...
  • PO Box 180 Galeton, PA 16922
    Across Route 6, many towns offer walking tour that tell their story and special places               
  • 318 W. 3rd Ave Warren, PA 16365-2380
    Once home to more millionaires per capita than any other city or town in Pennsylvania, Warren now boasts a number of beautiful historic mansions, as well as many nearby state parks, the Kinzua Dam...
  • CITY OF WILLIAMSPORT Williamsport, PA 17701
    Williamsport may be most famous for being the home of Little League Baseball, and the Little League Museum splendidly displays those origins. But Williamsport also has a rich history that runs from...
  • Hughesville Hughesville, PA 17737
    Hughesville is named for Jeptha Hughes who purchased land from John Heap in 1816 and laid out the town of "Hughesburg". Hughes sold the entire plot in 1820 to Daniel Harrold. Hughesville is home to...
  • 155 Main St. Brookville, PA 15825
    Jefferson County is home to the world-famous weather prognosticator, Punxsutawney Phil. Visitors to Punxsutawney can see Phil's Burrow, the Groundhog Club headquarters, and the Weather Discovery...
  • Route 3003 Jersey Shore, PA 17723
    Built in 1889, the Jersey Shore Bridge is a single span steel bridge crossing Pine Creek. The bridge is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • L.R. 41021 over Little Pine Creek Waterville, PA 17776
    The Lower Bridge at English Center is a suspension bridge built in 1891. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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