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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clinton County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Clinton County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Clinton County, PA (28) Cameron County, PA (10) Centre County, PA (177) Clearfield County, PA (65) Lycoming County, PA (192) Potter County, PA (30) Union County, PA (80)  ClintonCounty(28) Clinton County (28)  CameronCounty(10) Cameron County (10)  CentreCounty(177) Centre County (177)  ClearfieldCounty(65) Clearfield County (65)  LycomingCounty(192) Lycoming County (192)  PotterCounty(30) Potter County (30)  UnionCounty(80) Union County (80)
Lock Haven is the county seat for Clinton County
Adjacent to Clinton County, Pennsylvania
      Cameron County (10)  
      Centre County (177)  
      Clearfield County (65)  
      Lycoming County (192)  
      Potter County (30)  
      Union County (80)  
 
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1Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Avis — Pine Creek Presbyterian Church
On River Road at Local Route 436, on the right when traveling west on River Road.
On this site stood the original building of Pine Creek Presbyterian Church organized 1792 Became Presbyterian Church of Jersey Shore 1851Map (db m65553) HM
2Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Avis — Tiadaghton Elm
Near River Road at Local Route 436.
Under this huge Elm, July 4, 1776, resolves declaring independence were drawn, prior to news of action by Congress at Philadelphia. This was an expression of the spirit common to the frontier and led by the famous Fair Play men.Map (db m65556) HM
3Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Avis — Tiadaghton Elm
On Frank D. O'Reilly Highway (U.S. 220) at Tiadaghton Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Frank D. O'Reilly Highway.
Here, on July 4, 1776, the pioneer settlers of the West Branch resolved independence from Britain. This historic tree still stands about two miles from here at the junction of the Susquehanna and Pine Creek.Map (db m150087) HM
4Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Dunnstown — The Great Island
On Woodward Avenue (Pennsylvania Route 150) 0.2 miles west of Fargus Island Road, on the right when traveling east. Reported missing.
Many Indian nations have occupied the Great Island in the river just south of here. Trails led from the Genesee, Ohio, Potomac, and Susquehanna North Branch. Delawares and Shawnees stopped here for a time on their migration west.Map (db m65555) HM
5Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Leidy — Leidy Natural Gas Boom
On Kettle Creek Road (Pennsylvania Route 4001) at Spice Wood Run Road, on the right when traveling south on Kettle Creek Road.
Against expert advice, Dorcie Calhoun drilled Leidy Township's first successful deep gas well about a quartermile south of here. On January 8, 1950, the well hit natural gas at a depth of 5,659 feet, and for a time it brought up an estimated 15 . . . Map (db m65551) HM
6Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — American Hero — SOC David M. Collins — March 3, 1969-March 12, 2014 —
On West Water Street (PA 120).
David M. Collins was born and raised in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1987. In April 1988, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served on the USS Independence (CV62) during the Gulf War. In 1991, he successfully . . . Map (db m91069) WM
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7Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Clinton County
On North Jay Street (Pennsylvania Route 120) at East Water Street, on the right when traveling south on North Jay Street.
Formed on June 21, 1839 out of Lycoming and Centre counties. Named probably for New York's Gov. DeWitt Clinton. Site of "Tiadaghton Declaration of Independence," 1776. In 19th century a lumbering center. Lock Haven, the county seat, became a city . . . Map (db m65547) HM
8Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Clinton County Veterans Memorial — For God, For Country, Forever Honored, Forever Mourned
On West Water Street (PA 120).
(Bronze Plaque) American Revolution 1775-1784 Buried in Clinton County-Dedicated 1976 William Baird, James Caldwell, John C. Culvey, Thomas Curts, J. P. De-Hass, William Dunn, Brewster Freeman, Peter Grove, James Hays, John W. Kister, Robert . . . Map (db m91070) WM
9Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Fort Reed
On West Water Street (Pennsylvania Route 120) at 6th Street, on the right when traveling east on West Water Street.
William Reed's stockaded house was the westernmost defense for Susquehanna Valley settlers. The site of the pioneer outpost is a few blocks ahead at the monument near the bridge.Map (db m65549) HM
10Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Fort Reed Stockade
On East Water Street (PA120).
Located in the Stockade of Fort Reed. Built in 1775 for defence against the Indians.Map (db m91036) HM
11Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Harmon Field
On East Bald Eagle Street at Race Street on East Bald Eagle Street.
This playfield was made ours through the assistance of the Harmon Foundation 1927. Dedicated forever to the plays of children, the development of youth and the recreation of all. "The gift of land is the gift eternal"Map (db m91071) HM
12Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Lock Haven
On East Water Street, 0.1 miles east of North Jay Street, on the right when traveling east.
Named by the founder Jerry Church for this old canal lock built by the state of Pennsylvania 1834 the haven for rafts created by the dam.Map (db m65552) HM
13Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Lock Haven Flood Protection Project
On North Jay Street (Pennsylvania Route 120) at East Water Street, on the right when traveling north on North Jay Street.
Dedicated to the people of Lock Haven to secure protection from the ravaging floods of Susquehanna River and to promote economic stability for future growth. Dedicated October 14, 1994 Local Cooperation Agreement March 14, 1991 . . . Map (db m79973) HM
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14Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — Pennsylvania Canal — West Branch Division
On East Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 150) 0.1 miles east of North Jay Street, on the right when traveling west.
Division was built from Northumberland to Lock Haven in 1828-34. Until 1889, carried iron, lumber, and manufactures from this area to eastern markets. Here Bald Eagle Cross-Cut Canal joined the division, connecting with it by two locks, a dam, . . . Map (db m150086) HM
15Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Lock Haven — The Susquehanna Greenway
On East Water Street (PA120).
What is the Susquehanna Greenway? The Susquehanna Greenway is a corridor of farms, forests, parks, trails and river towns that connects people to the natural and cultural treasures of the Susquehanna River. Nearly 500 miles in length, it is . . . Map (db m91037) HM
16Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Historical Timbering, Mining, & Agriculture
On Interstate 80 at milepost 194, on the right when traveling west.
Timbering — Clinton County, at one time of settlement was considered one of the most remote parts of Pennsylvania. It is likely that during this early time most of the area was densely covered with white pine, eastern hemlock, and hardwoods . . . Map (db m176028) HM
17Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Discover Elk Scenic Drive
On Interstate 80 at milepost 194, on the right when traveling west.
our history There's no telling exactly how many elk once roamed free throughout Pennsylvania. From the Allegheny National Forest to Kettle Creek State Park, the loud bugles of the male bulls could be heard calling the female cows to mate. . . . Map (db m176035) HM
18Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — James Logan
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
In tribute to James Logan Indian ChiefMap (db m184544) HM
19Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Korean War — 1950 • 1955 — Sugar Valley Honor Roll —
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
Frank Barner • Walter Barner Jr. • Dean Bartges • Elwood Bartges • Glen Bierly Harry Boone • James Breon • Jason Breon • Frank J. Brungard • Boyd Cashner Donald Confer • Harry Conoway • Warren Cooper Sr. • Alton L. Currin Ronald Douty • . . . Map (db m184629) WM
20Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Middle East Conflicts — 1990 • 2015 — Sugar Valley Honor Roll —
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
Killed In Action David A. Cooper, Jr. Honor Roll Darren M. Barnard • Eric M. Barner • Gregory R. Barner • Walter G. Barner Dustin E. Best • Scott E. Bixel • Nicole A. Bressler • Scott M. Brungard Brandon W. Cherry • Michael L. . . . Map (db m184549) WM
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21Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Sugar Valley's Earliest Settlers
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
. . . Map (db m184547) HM
22Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — Vietnam Conflict — 1961 • 1975 — Sugar Valley Honor Roll —
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
Killed In Action Larry Barner Honor Roll Alvin Aikey • William Andrews • George Baney • Boyd Barner • Jerry Barner Steve Barner • Walter Barner • Carl Beck • Ralph Beck • Glen Bierly • James Bower Barry Breon • Donald Breon • . . . Map (db m184623) WM
23Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — World War II — 1941 • 1945 — Loganton Borough · Greene Township Honor Roll —
On Main Street (U.S. 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
Died In Service Gordon Bletz • Parse Breon • William Frankenberger Lawrence Jackson • Merrill Reeder Honor Roll Andrew Anderson Jr. • John Barner • Ross Beschler • Guy Bierly • Ernest Bower Jason Breon • Eugene Bressler • . . . Map (db m184653) WM
24Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Loganton — World War II — 1941 • 1945 — Logan Township Honor Roll —
On Main Street (Pennsylvania Route 880) east of Mill Street (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling east.
Killed In Action John McCauley • Samuel Musick • Francis Simcox Fred Vance • Oscar Wetzel Honor Roll Glenn Adams • Harold Adams • Floyd Barner • Glenn Bierly • Glenn E. Bierly John Bierly • Raymond Bierly • Richard Bierly • . . . Map (db m184656) WM
25Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Mill Hall — Great Shamokin Path
On Eagle Valley Road (Pennsylvania Route 150) at Homestead Drive, on the right when traveling west on Eagle Valley Road.
By the Indian path along Bald Eagle Creek, in 1772, Bishop Ettwein, Moravian, brought some 200 Christian Mohicans and Delawares from Friedenshuetten, near Wyalusing, to Friedensstadt on the Beaver.Map (db m65550) HM
26Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Mill Hall — Nathan Harvey House — 1804 — First Settler of Mill Hall —
On Water Street (Pennsylvania Route 64) south of Main Street, on the right when traveling south.
[Title is text]Map (db m192574) HM
27Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Renovo — Simeon & Susannah Pfoutz — 1781-1856 1794-1848
Near Kettle Creek Road (Pennsylvania Route 4001) 1.1 miles south of Sugar Camp Road.
In memory of Simeon Pfoutz and wife Susannah, first white settlers on Kettle Creek. He selected this site in 1813, cleared the land, built a log house, went to Perry Co. for his wife, two year old son Simon, and returned in 1814 to spend the rest of . . . Map (db m65554) HM
28Pennsylvania, Clinton County, Salona — Daniel H. Hastings
On Nittany Valley Drive (Pennsylvania Route 64) 0.4 miles north of Long Run Road (Pennsylvania Route 477), on the right when traveling north.
Governor of Pennsylvania, 1895-1899; born, 1849, on a farm 4.5 miles southeast of here. During his term, the State Department of Agriculture was created and the present State Capitol planned. Lived most of his life in Bellefonte. Died there in 1903.Map (db m65548) HM
 
 
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Feb. 6, 2023