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Celoron's Expedition Marker image, Touch for more information
By Mike Wintermantel, May 22, 2015
Celoron's Expedition Marker
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Celoron's Expedition
In 1749 a French force under Celoron de Blainville entered the Ohio valley by way of Chautauqua Lake and Conewango Creek. A lead plate was buried at the mouth of the Conewango claiming the area for France. — Map (db m59091) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Conewango
Mid-18th century Seneca village located on site of present Warren. First mentioned by Bonnecamps, in 1749, as composed of 12 or 13 cabins. Name in Iroquois means "below the riffles." — Map (db m59123) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Gen. Joseph Warren
Gen. Joseph Warren for whom the town and county were named Born at Roxbury Mass. June 11, 1741 Killed at The Battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775 — Map (db m129897) HM WM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — General William Irvine
In honor of General William Irvine, born near Enniskillen, Ireland in 1740, died in Phila. July 1804, who served with distinction in the War of the Revolution, who surveyed and laid out Warren in the year 1795, and whose descendants . . . — Map (db m133494) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — In Grateful Recognition
Of the heroism and sacrifice of all those who gave themselves to the service of our country during the World War ending November 12, 1918 — Map (db m133569) WM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — In Honor1898-1902
In honor of those of Warren County who served in Spanish-American War Philippine Insurrection and China Relief Expedition — Map (db m133554) WM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Seneca Crossing
Native Americans, French explorers, and Revolutionary War soldiers all used this 8-mile cross-country portage to access the upper reaches of the Allegheny River from Conewango Creek. This historic trail provided travelers with a preferable . . . — Map (db m59126) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument
(plaque 1) In memory of Warren County Heroes They fought a good fight They kept our country’s faith We cherish their memories (plaque 2) On fame’s eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread; And . . . — Map (db m133556) WM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Struthers Library Building
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m83702) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Struthers-Wetmore-Schimmelfeng House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m83704) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Thomas Clemons
In memory of Thomas Clemons (1802-1872). Early Warren printer, newspaper owner and editor, merchant, lumberman, county treasurer, and thrice prothonotary - an able and respected pioneer citizen. His house stood on this corner 1828 - 1868. This . . . — Map (db m133498) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Under Three Flags
The Fleur-de-1is, Union Jack, and Stars and Stripes all have flown over this corner of Northwestern Pennsylvania. The Fleur-de-lis was brought here by Captain Celoron de Blainville in 1749. The British flag was probably flown at the Buckaloons a . . . — Map (db m133634) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Warren County
Formed March 12, 1800 from Allegheny and Lycoming counties. Named for General Joseph Warren, killed at Bunker Hill. Warren, the county seat, was laid out in 1795. Long known for its oil and timber operations, and site of the Cornplanter Indian Grant. — Map (db m59128) HM
Pennsylvania (Warren County), Warren — Warren Suspension Bridge
Construction of the suspension bridge on this site began in the early summer of 1871 and the bridge opened for use in November that year. The total cost for the structure was nearly $45,000 and tolls were collected for about 25 years. Workmen are . . . — Map (db m83703) HM

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