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

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Butler is the county seat for Butler County
Harmony is in Butler County
      Butler County (51)  
      Allegheny County (547)  
      Armstrong County (23)  
      Beaver County (216)  
      Clarion County (29)  
      Lawrence County (40)  
      Mercer County (95)  
      Venango County (69)  
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1Pennsylvania (Butler County), Harmony — Harmonist - Ziegler Barn1805
The Harmonist Society built the stone foundation of this barn in 1805, as part of a sheep shed for its growing flock. It served the Harmonists until they left Butler County in 1814. The barn was enlarged in the mid-1800's by David Ziegler, son of . . . Map (db m155437) HM
2Pennsylvania (Butler County), Harmony — Harmonist Cemetery
Burial place of Harmonist Society, 1805-15. Graves were not marked. The stone wall was built in 1869, after the Harmonists had returned from Indiana and settled at "Old Economy," in Beaver County.Map (db m40434) HM
3Pennsylvania (Butler County), Harmony — Harmony
First home of Harmony Society, founded 1804, by George Rapp and German followers. In 1814 moved to New Harmony, Indiana, and settled at Economy in present Ambridge, Beaver County, in 1825.Map (db m40359) HM
4Pennsylvania (Butler County), Harmony — Harmony Mennonites
Church organized 1816 by Abraham Ziegler, purchaser of the Harmonist property. The Reverend John Boyer was the first pastor. Present stone church built 1825.Map (db m160950) HM
5Pennsylvania (Butler County), Harmony — Rapp's Seat Vineyard Hill
Harmony Society leader George Rapp could meditate at the isolated seat carved into the rock outcrop above, and watch over town activity. The Harmonists grew wine grapes on the treeless slope. Their hilltop music pavilion and the seat were reached by . . . Map (db m160502) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022