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

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

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

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Historical markers

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Allegheny River TransparentPlaceholder.png August 22, 1947 PA 49 near Smith Road, 11 miles northeast of Coudersport
41°51?18?N 77°52?32?W / 41.85492°N 77.87556°W / 41.85492; -77.87556 (Allegheny River)
Roadside Environment, Native American, Transportation
Austin Flood Disaster Austin Dam ruins.jpg September 30, 1994 At site, PA 872, 2 miles north of Austin
41°39?10?N 78°05?04?W / 41.65285°N 78.084407°W / 41.65285; -78.084407 (Austin Flood Disaster)
Roadside Environment
David Zeisberger David Zeisberger.jpg August 22, 1947 East Main Street (PA 49), 1 mile E of Harrison Valley
41°56?04?N 77°38?11?W / 41.93431°N 77.63644°W / 41.93431; -77.63644 (David Zeisberger)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American, Religion
David Zeisberger David Zeisberger.jpg August 22, 1947 PA 49 near Smith Road, Raymond
41°51?18?N 77°52?31?W / 41.8551°N 77.87522°W / 41.8551; -77.87522 (David Zeisberger)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American, Religion
David Zeisberger David Zeisberger.jpg August 22, 1947 2nd Street (US 6) at Allegheny River, Coudersport
41°46?28?N 78°01?04?W / 41.77445°N 78.01779°W / 41.77445; -78.01779 (David Zeisberger)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American, Religion
David Zeisberger - PLAQUE David Zeisberger.jpg October 1, 1916 County Courthouse, 2nd Street (US 6) & Main Street (PA 44), Coudersport
41°46?29?N 78°01?15?W / 41.77473°N 78.02075°W / 41.77473; -78.02075 (David Zeisberger - PLAQUE)
Plaque Early Settlement, Native American, Religion
Jersey Shore Pike Abbott Township Crossroads.jpg August 19, 1947 Grand Army of the Republic Highway (US 6), 3.5 miles east of Coudersport
41°45?38?N 77°57?38?W / 41.760533°N 77.960533°W / 41.760533; -77.960533 (Jersey Shore Pike)
Roadside Roads, Transportation
Lymansville TransparentPlaceholder.png August 19, 1947 Junction US 6 & PA 872, 2 miles east of Coudersport
41°46?22?N 77°59?02?W / 41.77288°N 77.98395°W / 41.77288; -77.98395 (Lymansville)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Ole Bull's Colony Kettle Creek at Ole Bull State Park.JPG August 19, 1947 Cherry Springs Road (PA 44), near West Branch Road, at Cherry Springs State Park
41°39?40?N 77°49?19?W / 41.66113°N 77.82186°W / 41.66113; -77.82186 (Ole Bull's Colony)
Roadside Ethnic & Immigration, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Pennsylvania Flag of Pennsylvania.svg January 1, 1949 In median opposite 391 Main Street (PA 449), Genesee
41°59?37?N 77°52?16?W / 41.993650°N 77.871183°W / 41.993650; -77.871183 (Pennsylvania)
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 17th Century, William Penn
Potter County Pottercourthousecoudersport.jpg July 31, 1982 County Courthouse, 2nd Street (US 6) & East Street, Coudersport
41°46?29?N 78°01?13?W / 41.77467°N 78.02025°W / 41.77467; -78.02025 (Potter County)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century

See also

References

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

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