“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Edinburg, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lawrence County, PA (40) Beaver County, PA (216) Butler County, PA (51) Mercer County, PA (95) Columbiana County, OH (109) Mahoning County, OH (78)  LawrenceCounty(40) Lawrence County (40)  BeaverCounty(216) Beaver County (216)  ButlerCounty(51) Butler County (51)  MercerCounty(95) Mercer County (95)  ColumbianaCountyOhio(109) Columbiana County (109)  MahoningCounty(78) Mahoning County (78)
New Castle is the county seat for Lawrence County
Edinburg is in Lawrence County
      Lawrence County (40)  
      Beaver County (216)  
      Butler County (51)  
      Mercer County (95)  
      Columbiana County, Ohio (109)  
      Mahoning County, Ohio (78)  
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1Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Cross-Cut Canal
The Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal, in use 1838-1872. Chartered by both states, 1827. Joined Beaver Canal just below New Castle, linking Pittsburgh with Youngstown and Cleveland. Followed Mahoning River on line of present railroad.Map (db m202318) HM
2Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Edinburg World War II Memorial
. . . Map (db m200346) WM
3Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Harbor Creek
Northern terminus, Beaver Division of Pennsylvania Canal system, completed to this point, 1834. Important shipping point before completing "Cross-Cut Canal" to Ohio, 1838, and Erie Extension to Greenville, 1840.Map (db m51143) HM
4Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Ira D. Sankey
Famous singing evangelist, fellow-worker with Dwight L. Moody in Europe and in America, was born August 28, 1840, at Edinburg, in a house since removed. He died in Brooklyn, New York, on August 13, 1908.Map (db m40217) HM
5Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Kush-Kush-Kee
Home of the Wolf Clan of Delaware Indians and capital of Chief Packanke. This was the farthest point west reached by General Edward Hand in his expedition against the Indians along the Cuyahoga River in 1778, known as the Squaw Campaign.Map (db m167524) HM
6Pennsylvania (Lawrence County), Edinburg — Kuskuskies Towns
Of this group of towns, the last one occupied by the Indians stood near here in 1785, when Gen. Wm. Irvine toured the Donation Lands just before their division into tracts given to Revolutionary soldiers.Map (db m193790) HM
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Sep. 28, 2022