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Historical Markers in Blairsville, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Indiana 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 Indiana County, PA (36) Armstrong County, PA (23) Cambria County, PA (86) Clearfield County, PA (65) Jefferson County, PA (72) Westmoreland County, PA (133)  IndianaCounty(36) Indiana County (36)  ArmstrongCounty(23) Armstrong County (23)  CambriaCounty(86) Cambria County (86)  ClearfieldCounty(65) Clearfield County (65)  JeffersonCounty(72) Jefferson County (72)  WestmorelandCounty(133) Westmoreland County (133)
Indiana is the county seat for Indiana County
Blairsville is in Indiana County
      Indiana County (36)  
ADJACENT TO INDIANA COUNTY
      Armstrong County (23)  
      Cambria County (86)  
      Clearfield County (65)  
      Jefferson County (72)  
      Westmoreland County (133)  
 
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1Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Blairsville Armory
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m49210) HM
2Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Blairsville Veterans Memorial
In Memory of Our Veterans of All WarsMap (db m49205) HM
3Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Chester C. Davis and the Kidnapping of 1858The Blairsville Area Underground Railroad
On April 1, 1858, Blairsville Mayor Chester C. Davis was summoned to quell a mob of angry Blairsville citizens. The mob, a mixture of black and white men, had surrounded three slave catchers who were attempting to kidnap a former slave named . . . Map (db m211498) HM
4Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Dr. Edward Emerson & Dred ScottThe Blairsville Area Underground Railroad
Ethelred "Dred" Scott was born enslaved in Virginia in 1795. In 1830, Dred's owner, a planter named Peter Blow, sold Dred to an US Army surgeon named Dr. John Emerson. Dr. Emerson was the brother of Blairsville's first physician, Dr. Edward P. . . . Map (db m211496) HM
5Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Fugitive Slave Rescue
In April 1858 citizens of Blairsville rescued a fugitive slave, Newman from arrest by a US Marshall and Virginia slave hunters. Lewis Johnson, a local black abolitionist and conductor of the Underground Railroad, housed Newman. Indiana County was an . . . Map (db m90118) HM
6Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — George Wilkinson and the Kidnapping of 1858The Blairsville Area Underground Railroad
On April 1, 1858, Blairsville Constable George Wilkinson was summoned to quell a mob of angry Blairsville citizens. The mob, a mixture of black and white men, had surrounded three slave catchers who were attempting to kidnap a former slave named . . . Map (db m211497) HM
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7Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Samuel McCune SafehouseThe Blairsville Area Underground Railroad
According to Graff/Johnston family descendants, Lewis Johnston and John Graff used the basement of this structure to conceal freedom seeking enslaved men, women, and children. This building originally had a rear-facing courtyard which faced Sugar . . . Map (db m211499) HM
8Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — Site of Former Associate Reformed and United Presbyterian Churches
1st Church Erected - 1840 2nd Church Erected - 1878 3rd Church Erected - 1914Map (db m49203) HM
9Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — 340 — St. Peter's Episcopal Church and Rectory
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m206273) HM
10Pennsylvania (Indiana County), Blairsville — The Blairsville PRR DepotThe Blairsville Area Underground Railroad
On April 1, 1858, Blairsville's former physician Dr. Robert M. S. Jackson and his travelling companion Mr. Peter Lesley encountered a mob of Blairsville citizens attacking two slave catchers and a deputy US Marshal. The men had come to Blairsville . . . Map (db m211486) HM
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022