History & Heritage in Laurel Highlands PA

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  • 216 S. Market St. Ligonier, PA 15658-1242
    724-238-9701
    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...
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  • 191 Main St. Donegal, PA 15628
    724-771-9131
    "Experience the ambiance of centuries gone by, as you stay in the area's oldest authentic log cabin, circa 1750"...
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  • Jumonville Road Farmington, PA 15437
    724-329-5805
    The shots at Jumonville Glen were the first in the Fort Necessity campaign, ultimately leading the world to war. But the story of Jumonville Glen has the intrigue of a mystery thriller and contains...
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  • 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.
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  • 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 ...
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  • 136 Front Street Brownsville, PA 15417
    Former Old Fort Burd, Jacob Bowman, the 1st postmaster in bRownsville, begn with a simple native cut stone trading post that later was added to several times through several generations  Prop...
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  • Main Street Addison, PA 15411
    814-233-5238
    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....
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  • 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
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  • 215 Ramada Rd, Rear Somerset, PA 15501
    814-445-3524
    Memorial site displaying a large American flag, honoring Somerset County Veterans and Flight 93 heros. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day - 24 hours.
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  • 10649 Somerset Pk. Somerset, PA 15501-7357
    814-445-6077
    The Somerset Historical Center interprets southwestern Pennsylvania rural life, from the first Native American farmers and the rugged pioneer struggles of the 18th century through the commercial...
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