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

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Forest 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 11 historical markers located in Forest County.[1]

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Historical markers

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Damascus TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62 at Tionesta
41°30?28?N 79°27?07?W / 41.507679°N 79.451993°W / 41.507679; -79.451993 (Damascus)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Forest County TransparentPlaceholder.png August 21, 1982 County Courthouse, Elm Street (US 62), Tionesta
41°29?48?N 79°27?22?W / 41.49665°N 79.45623°W / 41.49665; -79.45623 (Forest County)
City Environment, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Goschgoschink TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62, south of PA 127, East Hickory
41°34?05?N 79°24?13?W / 41.56805°N 79.40352°W / 41.56805; -79.40352 (Goschgoschink)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American (Lenape)
Hickory Town TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62 & Little Hickory Road, East Hickory
41°33?33?N 79°25?08?W / 41.55905°N 79.41885°W / 41.55905; -79.41885 (Hickory Town)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American, Paths & Trails
Holeman Ferry TransparentPlaceholder.png August 5, 1954 US 62, 3 miles southwest of Tionesta (MISSING)
Roadside Business & Industry, Transportation
Howard Zahniser TransparentPlaceholder.png August 13, 2001 US 62 just north of Tionesta
41°31?07?N 79°26?34?W / 41.51855°N 79.44265°W / 41.51855; -79.44265 (Howard Zahniser)
Roadside Environment, Government & Politics (20th century)
Indian Paths TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62, 2.3 miles south of East Hickory
41°32?45?N 79°25?54?W / 41.54583°N 79.43158°W / 41.54583; -79.43158 (Indian Paths)
Roadside Native American
Lawunakhannek TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62, .2 mile north of East Hickory
41°35?11?N 79°24?14?W / 41.58643°N 79.40387°W / 41.58643; -79.40387 (Lawunakhannek)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American (Lenape), Religion (Moravian mission)
Pigeon TransparentPlaceholder.png June 3, 1948 PA 66 & Pigeon Lane, 6 miles northeast of Marienville
41°31?31?N 79°03?23?W / 41.52535°N 79.05625°W / 41.52535; -79.05625 (Pigeon)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Environment, Native American
Refugee Towns TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62, 1.5 miles south of Tionesta
41°28?36?N 79°28?18?W / 41.476784°N 79.47156°W / 41.476784; -79.47156 (Refugee Towns)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American
Refugee Towns TransparentPlaceholder.png July 29, 1947 US 62, .5 mile north of East Hickory
41°35?11?N 79°24?14?W / 41.58652°N 79.403847°W / 41.58652; -79.403847 (Refugee Towns)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American

See also

References

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

External links


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