One of the oldest extant buildings in Lewiston. Residence and office of several physicians including Dr. A.S. Harshbarger founding member of the Lewistown Hospital.
Mifflin . . . — — Map (db m134677) HM
Henry Reese Died April 25. 1911.
Co. I. 53rd Regt. P.V.I.
John Mitchell Died May 1. 1898.
Co. E. 155th Regt. Pa. V.
O. P. McDonald Died May 27. 1887.
Co. K. 76th . . . — — Map (db m227171) WM
Erected in 1755-56 along the river just south. An important link in the chain of early frontier defenses. Destroyed July 30, 1756 by French and Indians under Capt. Coulon de Villiers. — — Map (db m52354) HM
About 650 yards south of this spot, on the high bank of the Juniata River, was the site of Fort Granville, which was erected in 1755-56. This fort was twice attacked by the Indians. It was destroyed on July 30, 1756, when in command of Lieut. . . . — — Map (db m52375) HM
This Greek Revival style landmark
building served as the third seat
of county government from
1843 to 1981
This property has been
placed on the
by the United States
Department of the . . . — — Map (db m52440) HM
The birthplace of Major General Frank R. McCoy, 1874-1954, graduate of West Point, who took part in Spanish-American War, World Wars I & II. He was also President of the Foreign Policy Association. . . . — — Map (db m24270) HM
Formed September 19, 1789 from Cumberland and Northumberland counties, and named for Thomas Mifflin, Governor, 1790-99. County seat, Lewistown, was laid out 1790; incorporated 1795. Important in Pennsylvania's canal development and early iron . . . — — Map (db m24273) HM
Mifflin County's Tribute
Soldiers and Sailors
1861 - 1865
Volunteer Troops from this
county formed the advance of
the grand Union Army of nearly
three million enlisted men
1861 - 1865
They fought and died
that the . . . — — Map (db m52479) HM
A volunteer militia company known as the Logan Guards of Lewistown, Pennsylvania was formed during the years just prior to the Civil War. In the spring of 1858 five young men of the town—R.W. Patton, Frank Sterrett, J. Ard Mathews, William Weber . . . — — Map (db m134681) HM
This militia company, organized in 1858, was one of five in Pennsylvania to answer President Lincoln's Call for Volunteers on April 15, 1861. They rendezvoused at Harrisburg April 17. On their way to Washington they marched through a hostile mob . . . — — Map (db m52441) HM
We will show the world that the things that comprise the American spirit, our hope and humanity, our dreams and our love, are not kept in buildings, but in ourselves
Never Forget — — Map (db m213708)
Five stages of travel can be recalled here. Concrete covers the old turnpike. Opposite are the ruins of the old canal. The Juniata was once filled with river craft. Across the river is the Pennsylvania Railroad. — — Map (db m24297) HM
The oldest surviving structure known to have been built by the Pennsylvania Railroad, this station was constructed in 1848-49 as a freight handling warehouse. On September 1 1849, this was the scene of a banquet celebrating the opening of the . . . — — Map (db m45017) HM
Preserved here are three locks of the Pennsylvania Canal, Juniata Division. Unique in that three locks and levels were adjacent. Stonework and the old bed of the canal can be seen. — — Map (db m90768) HM
World War II
and from fear
1941 - 1945
They belong . . . — — Map (db m134687) WM