“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 Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of Blair 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> Blair County, PA (99) Bedford County, PA (93) Cambria County, PA (88) Centre County, PA (177) Clearfield County, PA (65) Huntingdon County, PA (83)  BlairCounty(99) Blair County (99)  BedfordCounty(93) Bedford County (93)  CambriaCounty(88) Cambria County (88)  CentreCounty(177) Centre County (177)  ClearfieldCounty(65) Clearfield County (65)  HuntingdonCounty(83) Huntingdon County (83)
Hollidaysburg is the county seat for Blair County
Hollidaysburg is in Blair County
      Blair County (99)  
      Bedford County (93)  
      Cambria County (88)  
      Centre County (177)  
      Clearfield County (65)  
      Huntingdon County (83)  
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1 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Adam Holliday
Adam Holliday and his brother, William, in 1768, traveling west from Lancaster County, stopped on this spot, and Adam, driving a stake into the ground, remarked: "Whoever is alive one hundred years from now will see a tolerable sized town here . . . Map (db m135573) HM
2 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Blair County
Formed on February 26, 1846 from Bedford and Huntingdon counties. Named for the Honorable John Blair, a prominent citizen who died in 1832. Hollidaysburg, county seat, was incorporated 1836. City of Altoona, founded 1849, became a major railroad . . . Map (db m52348) HM
3 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Canal Basin
Here at Hollidaysburg the 127-mile Juniata Division of the Pennsylvania Canal met the Allegheny Portage Railroad, which extended 36 miles west over the mountain to Johnstown. The Juniata Division was opened in 1832, the railroad in March 1834. . . . Map (db m52307) HM
4 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Civil War Memorial
Tribute of Blair County in honor of her sons who fought for the Union 1861 — 1865Map (db m135574) WM
5 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Daniel Hale Williams(1856-1931)
Here was boyhood home of the Black physician who pioneered successful heart surgery, 1893. Founded Provident Hospital, Chicago, 1891. Chief surgeon at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, DC, 1894-98. Charter member, College of Surgeons, 1913.Map (db m52308) HM
6 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — First High School
Historic Hollidaysburg 1877 First High SchoolMap (db m135570) HM
7 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Jaycee Memorial Park
Dedicated to those who have given their lives in the service of their country [Additional plaque on the grounds of the park] "All gave some — Some gave all" Dedicated to the memory of all who proudly served . . . Map (db m135575) WM
8 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — John Blair1766-1832
To honor the memory of John Blair 1766-1832 Pioneer farmer, merchant and public servant advocate of good roads, promoter of the Pennsylvania Canal and Allegheny Portage Railroad foremost citizen of his time in what is now Blair County and when . . . Map (db m162042) HM
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9 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — Pioneer Family
This pioneer family, created for the bicentennial, 1976, represents the basic fundamentals of our American life — courage — faith in God — education — love of family and liberty. These qualities in our American pioneers won . . . Map (db m162043) HM
10 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg — The William Krelitz Building
Given to the Borough of Hollidaysburg by Rosalin Krelitz, Judy Krelitz, Janis Krelitz Mirbach & Leona Krelitz Freshman, January 1, 1983 to memorialize a man's love of his family and pride in his community. [bas relief bust] William . . . Map (db m192573) HM
11 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg, Blair Township — Fort Fetter
This Comfort Inn stands on the site once occupied by Fort Fetter. Michael Fetter's barn was fortified and named Fort Fetter circa 1777. It served throughout the American Revolutionary War as a fortified structure for the defense of the local . . . Map (db m75206) HM
12 Pennsylvania, Blair County, Hollidaysburg, Frankstown Township — Frankstown
The site, prior to 1748, of a Delaware-Shawnee village called Assunepachla. Here the trader, Frank Stevens, had a fur post as early as 1734. The Kittanning Path led through here.Map (db m52349) HM
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Jun. 1, 2023