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Monongahela, Pennsylvania Historical Markers

 
Horseshoe Baptist Cemetery Marker image, Touch for more information
By Mike Wintermantel, October 27, 2013
Horseshoe Baptist Cemetery Marker
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Horseshoe Baptist Cemetery
The Horseshoe Baptist Church was built first in 1790 on land formerly owned by Abraham Frye. In 1810 a brick church replaced the original log structure, and for seventy years the member worshipped here. In 1880 that church was torn down and members . . . — Map (db m69760) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Jackie Ormes (1911-1985)
The first black woman to be a nationally syndicated cartoonist in the US, and for many years, the only one. Beginning in 1937, her comics were published in African American newspapers, the Pittsburgh Courier and Chicago Defender. Her . . . — Map (db m98348) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Monongahela
Oldest settlement in the valley and transportation center since the days of Devore's Ferry, chartered 1775. Laid out in 1796 as Williamsport. A city since 1873. Here thousands of pioneers began the river journey to the West. — Map (db m39965) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Monongahela
Oldest settlement in the valley and transportation center since the days of Devore's Ferry, chartered 1775. Laid out in 1796 as Williamsport. A city since 1873. Here thousands of pioneers began the river journey to the West. — Map (db m45003) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Monongahela
Oldest settlement in the valley and transportation center since the days of Devore's Ferry, chartered 1775. Laid out in 1796 as Williamsport. A city since 1873. Here thousands of pioneers began the river journey to the West. — Map (db m45004) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — One Extraordinary Street The Story of Park Avenue
Immigrants from Italy, Central Europe and other regions settled in Monongahela, Pennsylvania. Through hard work, commitment to faith, family and each other, along with an innovative spirit, they built a thriving community of accomplishment in the . . . — Map (db m45009) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — The Mounds
Site of two Indian Burial Mounds built between 2,000 and 3,000 years ago by the Adena people. Late 19th century excavations found skeletons, pottery, copper implements, and other antiquities. — Map (db m45011) HM
Pennsylvania (Washington County), Monongahela — Whiskey Point
The bluff at Main Street and Park Avenue was the site on August 14, 1794, of a meeting of 226 whiskey rebels. Albert Gallatin's eloquence turned the tide, resulting in peaceful ending of the Whiskey Rebellion and the possibility of civil strife. — Map (db m45010) HM

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