“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 Sayre, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of Bradford 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> Bradford County, PA (117) Lycoming County, PA (111) Sullivan County, PA (37) Susquehanna County, PA (47) Tioga County, PA (38) Wyoming County, PA (27) Chemung County, NY (99) Tioga County, NY (48)  BradfordCounty(117) Bradford County (117)  LycomingCounty(111) Lycoming County (111)  SullivanCounty(37) Sullivan County (37)  SusquehannaCounty(47) Susquehanna County (47)  TiogaCounty(38) Tioga County (38)  WyomingCounty(27) Wyoming County (27)  ChemungCountyNew York(99) Chemung County (99)  TiogaCounty(48) Tioga County (48)
Location of Sayre, Pennsylvania
    Bradford County (117)
    Lycoming County (111)
    Sullivan County (37)
    Susquehanna County (47)
    Tioga County (38)
    Wyoming County (27)
    Chemung County, New York (99)
    Tioga County, New York (48)
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1Pennsylvania (Bradford County), Sayre — Guthrie Square
Named to honor Dr. Donald Guthrie who for many years has been surgeon-in-chief of the Robert Packer Hospital-Guthrie Clinic which from a small country hospital he has made internationally known. His services and his kindness to countless thousands . . . Map (db m90233) HM
2Pennsylvania (Bradford County), Sayre — Lehigh Valley Railroad — 1870-1976 Sayre PA — LVRR 1904 —
Left Panel 1889 • 1870 Development of Sayre as a railroad town began with the naming of the junction for Robert H. Sayre, Chief Engineer of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. • 1889 Cornerstone for the Packer Avenue Bridge. • 1896 . . . Map (db m90240) HM
3Pennsylvania (Bradford County), Sayre — Milltown — Est. 1783
Prince Bryant’s gristmill became Shepards mill in 1788. The only mill between Binghamton, NY and Wilkes-Barre, PA. Shipping point for oil, lumber and plaster by raft to settlements on the Susquehanna. Later, there were nine mills operating at . . . Map (db m90293) HM
4Pennsylvania (Bradford County), Sayre — Pine Plains
This area was known by pioneers as the "Pine Plains." In 1790 near this spot Timothy Pickering met Red Jacket and his Senecas. They were on the way to the peace council at Tioga Point.Map (db m90242) HM
5Pennsylvania (Bradford County), Sayre — World War I Doughboy
Sayre Penna. Our honored dead in 1914-The World War-1918Archie T. Hatch • Orlando M. Loomis • Eugene F. Murphy • Leo A. Murphy • Arthur V. Drake • Fred D. Skiff • Clarence B. Utter • Elmer D. Jackson • William H. Decatur • Wayne R. Horton • . . . Map (db m90291) WM
May. 13, 2021