On Covered Bridge Road at Mill Street on Covered Bridge Road.
The Pomeroy-Academia bridge is a two span covered timber burr arch truss bridge built by James M. Groninger in 1902. At 270 feet it is the longest remaining covered bridge in the Commonwealth. It was erected to replace another wooden bridge damaged . . . — — Map (db m167610) HM
Formed on March 2, 1831 from Mifflin County. Named for the Juniata River, and noted for its scenery and wildlife. Indian trails, turnpike, canal and railroad made the area a major route for trade and travel. Mifflintown, county seat, was . . . — — Map (db m24241) HM
This Avenue of Trees,
General Thomas Mifflin Chapter
in memory of soldiers
of Juniata County who
gave their lives in the
Dedicated November 11, 1940 — — Map (db m53723) HM
On Landis Street, 0.1 miles south of William Penn Highway (U.S. 22), on the right when traveling north.
In memory of their eldest son
Col. William Patterson
Born 1737 Died 1782
Builder of the second Patterson's Fort near this spot
A brave soldier in the service of Pennsylvania during the French and Indian Wars.
A judge of the bench of . . . — — Map (db m118158) HM
On Front Street at William Penn Highway (PA 3002) on Front Street.
Several years in advance of other European settlers, Frederick Staring (Starns) led a small band of fellow countrymen from German Flatts in the Mohawk Valley of NY in 1741 to boldly locate themselves here in the valley of the Juniata.
About . . . — — Map (db m90756) HM
On William Penn Highway at Industrial Park Road (PA 75) on William Penn Highway.
The site of this stockaded blockhouse is a few miles west in Tuscarora Valley. Built about 1754 to protect traders and settlers in this region. In 1756 it was destroyed by Indians. — — Map (db m167607) WM
On William Penn Highway at Front Street on William Penn Highway.
Large Plaque Left side New Mexico Mill, built by William Thomson, 1819, S. Vines Mason
Small Plaque Slate Cornerstones donated to the Town of Mexico by Dr. and Mrs. John M. Hetrick, Jr., Malinda J. Hetrick, John M. Hetrick, . . . — — Map (db m90757) HM
On William Penn Highway, 0.1 miles west of Pennsylvania Route 75, on the right when traveling east. Reported damaged.
Used by the Five Nations Iroquois in raiding tribes to the south, and later by early traders and settlers. It began one mile west of here and terminated in the Tuscarora region of North Carolina. — — Map (db m167758) HM