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  • 5384 Route 872 Austin, PA 16720
    814-647-3318
    Just outside the quaint town of Austin sits a vivid reminder of one of Pennsylvania's worst disasters – the Austin Flood. In 1909, the dam was constructed on Freeman Run to power the Bayless...
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  • 6246 Curwensville-Tyrone Hwy. Olanta, PA 16863
    814-765-6125
    Authentically furnished 1860s log cabin, site of historic Civil War shoot out. The one-acre property includes log cabin, period shed containing wagon, sleigh, carriage and thrashing machine. Bloody...
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  • Route 120 and 555 Driftwood, PA 15832
    This monument pays tribute to the soldiers of the 42nd Infantry who fought in the Civil War, known as the Bucktails.
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  • 362 E. Water St. Lock Haven, PA 17745-1418
    570-748-7254
    Canal Park, located in the heart of Lock Haven's Historic District, is on the original site of the Bald Eagle Cross-Cut Canal. This was a part of the West Branch Division of the Pennsylvania Canal....
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  • ROUTE 255 Saint Marys, PA 15857
    814-776-1032
    One of the smallest churches in the United States. Built in 1856 by Michael Decker Sr. as a monument after recovering from a farm injury. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places....
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  • Rte 41021 English Center Waterville, PA 17776
    570-327-7700
    Built in 1891, the English Center Suspension Bridge spans Little Pine Creek and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • SR 4005 North Bend, PA 17760
    570-923-6011
    Follow SR 4005 north from North Bend, PA (SR 120) along Young Women's Creek - right branch about 7 miles. Land acquisition for the Sproul State Forest began in 1898 with the purchase of a tract of...
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  • SR3005 Warren, PA 16365
    814-362-4613
    A 120-acre patch of virgin woodlands, Heart's Content reminds travelers of the way America's forests once stood. This historic area of nature is located just 15 miles southwest of Warren,...
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  • 200 Main St. Brookville, PA 15825-1298
    814-849-1653
    Courthouse is a 3-story Italianate structure built between 1830 and 1832. Interior features include white marble, pilasters, brass trim and gold leaf overlays.
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  • 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.
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