List of Pennsylvania State Historical Markers in Bradford County
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List of Pennsylvania State Historical Markers in Bradford County
Location of Bradford County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the Pennsylvania state historical markers in Bradford County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Bradford County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). The locations of the historical markers, as well as the latitude and longitude coordinates as provided by the PHMC's database, are included below when available. There are 46 historical markers located in Bradford County.[1]

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Historical markers

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Asylum - PLAQUE French Azilum (2903043485).jpg June 1930 Mount Rock lookout off US 6, 5 miles N of Wyalusing Plaque Early Settlement, Ethnic & Immigration, Government & Politics 18th Century
Athens Athens, Pennsylvania (4102771666).jpg May 12, 1947 PA 199 (old U.S. 220) at Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Military, Native American
Azilum Asylum Township.jpg May 12, 1947 U.S. 6, 4.5 miles N of Wyalusing at lookout Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Ethnic & Immigration
Azilum Asylum Township.jpg May 12, 1947 Junction U.S. 6 & Pa. 187 at Wyox
41°46?28?N 76°23?52?W / 41.7744°N 76.39787°W / 41.7744; -76.39787 (Azilum)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Ethnic & Immigration
Bradford County Bradford County Courthouse Nov 09.jpg July 10, 1982 County Courthouse, Main St., Towanda City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Military
Camptown Camptown Keystone Marker.jpg May 15, 1969 Junction Pa. 706 & 409 at Camptown
41°43?48?N 76°14?06?W / 41.7301°N 76.2349°W / 41.7301; -76.2349 (Camptown)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Music & Theater, Sports, Writers
Camptown Races Camptown Keystone Marker.jpg May 12, 1947 Junction U.S. 6 & Pa. 409, 4.2 miles N of Wyalusing
41°43?37?N 76°17?43?W / 41.72703°N 76.29532°W / 41.72703; -76.29532 (Camptown Races)
Roadside Music & Theater
Carrying Path TransparentPlaceholder.png September 6, 1948 Pa. 199 at Chemung River Bridge into Athens Roadside Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Colonel John Franklin Colonel John Franklin Portrait, Athens, Bradford County, HABS PA,8- ,1-5.jpg September 23, 1946 SR 1043, 1.2 miles SE of Athens at cemetery Roadside American Revolution, Government & Politics, Military
David Wilmot David Wilmot.png May 12, 1947 William St. at Riverside Cemetery, Towanda (Missing) Roadside African American, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
David Wilmot David Wilmot.png May 12, 1947 U.S. 6 (York Ave.) above Barstow Ave., Towanda
41°46?29?N 76°26?43?W / 41.77482°N 76.44528°W / 41.77482; -76.44528 (David Wilmot)
Roadside African American, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Fort Sullivan USA-Stamp-1929-Sullivan Expedition.jpg May 12, 1947 Pa. 199 in southern Athens Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military, Native American
Fort Sullivan "Soldiers' Burial" - PLAQUE USA-Stamp-1929-Sullivan Expedition.jpg 1929 US 220 & 309, Athens Plaque American Revolution, Forts, Military
Friedenshuetten TransparentPlaceholder.png July 22, 1948 U.S. 6, 1.3 miles SE of Wyalusing (Missing) City Early Settlement, Native American, Religion
Indian Hill TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 U.S. 6, 4.6 miles E of Wyalusing
41°40?28?N 76°11?33?W / 41.67442°N 76.19243°W / 41.67442; -76.19243 (Indian Hill)
Roadside American Revolution, Military, Native American
Indian Hill Battlefield - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png October 1928 off US 6 - Cornell Rd., ~5 miles E of Wyalusing, 1st right past Indian Hill marker traveling east Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American
Joseph Elliot - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a Lime Hill, US 6, W of Wyalusing Plaque American Revolution, George Washington, Military, Native American
Lester Frank Ward .jpeg January 30, 1967 Pa. 187 at Myersburg Roadside Civil War, Medicine & Science, Professions & Vocations
Lime Hill TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 U.S. 6 at Limehill, 3.7 miles N of Wyalusing
41°43?24?N 76°17?27?W / 41.72338°N 76.2909°W / 41.72338; -76.2909 (Lime Hill)
Roadside American Revolution, Military, Native American
Lime Hill Battlefield - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png November 1, 1928 US 6, 3.7 miles N of Wyalusing Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American
Pennsylvania Flag of Pennsylvania.svg June 10, 1948 Pa. 14, .2 miles from state line (MISSING) Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 17th Century, William Penn
Pennsylvania Flag of Pennsylvania.svg September 27, 1949 U.S. 220 & 309, .3 miles from state line Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 17th Century, William Penn
Philip P. Bliss Ppblisscdv.jpg May 12, 1947 Pa. 187 in Rome at cemetery Roadside Performers, Religion, Writers
Pine Plains TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 Pa. 199 (Keystone Ave.), at First Church of God, Sayre City Early Settlement, Environment, Native American
Queen Esther's Town TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a U.S. 220 (E side), .3 miles N of Milan (Missing) Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American, Women
Rural Electrification REA lineman.jpg October 24, 1986 US 6 near Goff / W Valley Rd., 3.2 miles E of Wysox
41°45?37?N 76°21?51?W / 41.76025°N 76.36415°W / 41.76025; -76.36415 (Rural Electrification)
Roadside Agriculture, Business & Industry, Electricity
Sheshequin Path (#1) Lycoming Creek at Trout Run.JPG September 6, 1948 US 220 near Crest Rd., 3.1 miles NW of Towanda
41°48?19?N 76°29?42?W / 41.8052°N 76.49503°W / 41.8052; -76.49503 (Sheshequin Path #1)
Roadside Government & Politics, Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Sheshequin Path (#2) Lycoming Creek at Trout Run.JPG March 16, 1949 Pa. 414 near Le Roy, 5.6 miles SW of West Franklin (Missing) Roadside Native American, Paths & Trails
Stephen Foster Stephen Foster.jpg May 12, 1947 Pa. 199 (old U.S. 220) in Athens Roadside Education, Music & Theater, Writers
Stephen Foster Stephen Foster.jpg May 12, 1947 U.S. 6 (Main St.) near State St., Towanda
41°46?07?N 76°26?35?W / 41.7687°N 76.4431°W / 41.7687; -76.4431 (Stephen Foster)
Roadside Education, Music & Theater, Writers
Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Breakneck Hill (PLAQUE) USA-Stamp-1929-Sullivan Expedition.jpg n/a Off US 220 between Towanda and Ulster (MISSING) Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American, Paths & Trails
Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Sheshecunnunck (PLAQUE) TransparentPlaceholder.png 1929 E side of SR 1043 in Sheshequin Twp., 2.3 miles N of the bridge into Ulster Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American
Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Standing Stone (PLAQUE) TransparentPlaceholder.png 1929 SR 2016, Standing Stone Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American
Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Teaoga (PLAQUE) TransparentPlaceholder.png 1929 Corner of Tioga (PA 199) & Main Sts., Athens Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American
Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Wyalusing (PLAQUE) USA-Stamp-1929-Sullivan Expedition.jpg n/a US 6, 1.4 miles SE of Wyalusing
41°39?14?N 76°14?23?W / 41.65385°N 76.23965°W / 41.65385; -76.23965 (Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians, 1779 - Wyalusing -PLAQUE)
Plaque American Revolution, Military, Native American, Religion
Sullivan's March TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 U.S. 6, 1.4 miles SE of Wyalusing
41°39?13?N 76°14?22?W / 41.65373°N 76.23943°W / 41.65373; -76.23943 (Sullivan's March)
Roadside American Revolution, Military, Native American
Sullivan's March TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 SR 1043, Ulster, (Missing) Roadside American Revolution, Military
Sullivan's March TransparentPlaceholder.png May 12, 1947 U.S. 6, ~6.2 miles NW of Wyalusing, at Standing Stone Twp. Bldg.
41°44?54?N 76°19?23?W / 41.74837°N 76.3231°W / 41.74837; -76.3231 (Sullivan's March)
Roadside American Revolution, Military, Native American
Sullivan's March USA-Stamp-1929-Sullivan Expedition.jpg March 15, 1949 U.S. 220, 1.3 miles N of Ulster
41°52?17?N 76°30?35?W / 41.87128°N 76.50963°W / 41.87128; -76.50963 (Sullivan's March)
Roadside American Revolution, Military
Teaoga TransparentPlaceholder.png September 6, 1948 Pa. 199, S end Chemung River Bridge into Athens Roadside Native American
Teaoga & Queen Esther's Town - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png 1928 US 220 (E side), 1 mile N of Milan Plaque Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American
The Carrying Path - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png n/a PA 199 at N end of bridge into Athens (MISSING) Plaque Native American, Paths & Trails
Warriors Path Warrior's Path HIstoric Marker @ Wyalusing Rocks, Wyalusing, PA.png March 15, 1949 GAR Hwy. (US 6), 1.3 miles N of Wyalusing
41°41?32?N 76°16?18?W / 41.69213°N 76.27167°W / 41.69213; -76.27167 (Warriors Path)
Roadside Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Wyalusing Wyalusing-downtown-July-2012.jpg March 15, 1949 GAR Hwy. (US 6) at S end of Wyalusing
41°39?54?N 76°15?35?W / 41.66488°N 76.25985°W / 41.66488; -76.25985 (Wyalusing)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American
Wyalusing Rocks Wyalusing Rocks, Bradford County.jpg August 30, 1948 U.S. 6 & U.S. 309, 1.3 miles N of Wyalusing at lookout (Missing) City Environment

See also

References

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved .

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