“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 Kane, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of McKean 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> McKean County, PA (41) Cameron County, PA (11) Elk County, PA (15) Potter County, PA (31) Warren County, PA (35) Allegany County, NY (55) Cattaraugus County, NY (78)  McKeanCounty(41) McKean County (41)  CameronCounty(11) Cameron County (11)  ElkCounty(15) Elk County (15)  PotterCounty(31) Potter County (31)  WarrenCounty(35) Warren County (35)  AlleganyCountyNew York(55) Allegany County (55)  CattaraugusCounty(78) Cattaraugus County (78)
Smethport is the county seat for McKean County
Kane is in McKean County
      McKean County (41)  
      Cameron County (11)  
      Elk County (15)  
      Potter County (31)  
      Warren County (35)  
      Allegany County, New York (55)  
      Cattaraugus County, New York (78)  
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1 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Kane Law Enforcement Memorial
. . . Map (db m179135)
2 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Kane Veterans Memorial
Veterans Memorial located in Kane, PAMap (db m179060) WM
3 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Kane, a Star in the Forest
Welcome to Kane, Pennsylvania Nestled in the heart of the Allegheny National Forest, Kane is known as the Black Cherry Capital of the World for the exceptional veneer milled from local trees and crafted into fine furniture and cabinets. In . . . Map (db m179061) HM
4 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — O.G. CrawfordHailed from Kane — Co-Founded Erie Insurance
OLIVER GROVER CLEVELAND CRAWFORD, known as "O.G." or "Ollie," was born Thomas and Anna Crawford on Christmas Day, December 25, 1884, in Williamsport, Pa. — nearly a year to the day after the death of Kane founder Thomas L. Kane. As a young . . . Map (db m138557) HM
5 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Patrolman Steven M. Jerman Memorial Park
During the early morning hours of Saturday February 20th 1999 Patrolman Steuen M. Jerman of the Kane Police Department was fatally wounded at this location. During the exchange of gunfire the assailant was severely wounded. Patrolman Jerman . . . Map (db m163707) HM
6 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Seneca Spring
The spring, 200 yards southwest of here, was a stopping place on the ancient Indian trail which crossed the Big Level on the way south. The trail was once the main route from Onondaga, the Iroquois capital, to the Ohio and the Carolinas.Map (db m59151) HM
7 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane — Thomas L. Kane
Commander of the Civil war "Bucktail Regiment" and founder of the borough of Kane. Breveted Major General in 1863. A friend of Brigham Young and staunch supporter of the Mormon pioneers. He died, 1883, and was buried at this chapel, built at his . . . Map (db m59154) HM
8 Pennsylvania, McKean County, Kane, Wetmore Township — Dr. Edward H. McCleery(1867-1962)
A medical doctor by profession, McCleery established a wolf park nearby to breed and care for lobo wolves, a subspecies of gray wolf. Subject to a 1920s elimination program, this wolf was saved from extinction through his efforts. The park served as . . . Map (db m96051) HM
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Mar. 1, 2024