Hallowed Grounds in Pennsylvania's Great Lakes Region PA

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  • PO Box 246 North East, PA 16428
    Information about the community of North East, otherwise known as "grape country." Providing tourist and business information, and much more.
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  • 301 Peninsula Dr Erie, PA 16505-2042
    814-833-7424
    Perry Monument towers over the Presque Isle shoreline, overlooking the City of Erie. Visit this monument to Commodore Oliver Perry, a courageous military leader during the War of 1812. Catch the...
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  • Route 832 Erie, PA 16505
    814-833-7424
    The Presque Isle Light was built in 1872 and first lit on July 12, 1873. It flashes a white light that is still maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard. An educational exhibit is located adjacent to the...
  • 892 W. Spring St. Titusville, PA 16354-1320
    814-827-3422
    This cemetery in Titusville holds not only natural beauty, with oaks, maples, and pines overlooking a beautiful stream, but also families that held much importance in Pennsylvania's oil industry....
  • Courthouse Grounds Meadville, PA 16335
    814-333-7300
    A monument to all the soldiers who died in World War I.
  • 2614 Glenwood Park Ave. Erie, PA 16508-1811
    814-451-6265
    The Erie County WWII Memorial is dedicated the 725 men and two women that gave their lives in service to this nation during the war years of WWII. Many, if not a majority of those listed on the...
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  • Between State St. and Glenwood Park Ave. Erie, PA 16506
    This World War II Monument displays the names of 727 Erie County soldiers, sailors, and airmen who died in the war. The monument is a 25 foot long curving wall made of polished granite.
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