List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Lycoming County

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Location of Lycoming County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the Pennsylvania state historical markers in Lycoming County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). The locations of the historical markers, as well as the latitude and longitude coordinates as provided by the PHMC's database, are included below when available. There are 30 historical markers located in Lycoming County.[1]


Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Antes Fort - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png Friday, June 08, 1917 PA44, 1 mi. E of Jersey Shore
41°11′56″N 77°14′10″W / 41.1988°N 77.236°W / 41.1988; -77.236 (Antes Fort - PLAQUE)
Plaque American Revolution, Forts, Military, Native American
Blooming Grove Dunkard Meeting House - PLAQUE Bloominggrove Dunkard Church.JPG Saturday, August 01, 1931 Meetinghouse, 2 miles E of Balls Mills, .7 mile S of PA 973
41°19′26″N 77°00′15″W / 41.324°N 77.0042°W / 41.324; -77.0042 (Blooming Grove Dunkard Meeting House - PLAQUE)
Plaque Buildings, Ethnic & Immigration, Religion
Bowman Field Bowman Field.JPG Saturday, July 29, 2000 1700 West Fourth St., Williamsport
41°14′30″N 77°02′50″W / 41.2417°N 77.0471°W / 41.2417; -77.0471 (Bowman Field)
Roadside African American, Baseball, Sports
Capt. John Brady TransparentPlaceholder.png Wednesday, May 28, 1947 SR 2014 (old Pa. 147), .8 mile N of Muncy
41°13′06″N 76°47′17″W / 41.2182°N 76.7881°W / 41.2182; -76.7881 (Capt. John Brady)
Roadside American Revolution, Military, Native American
Carl E. Stotz TransparentPlaceholder.png Tuesday, October 10, 1995 Original Little League Field, W. 4th St., Williamsport
41°14′27″N 77°02′40″W / 41.2407°N 77.0444°W / 41.2407; -77.0444 (Carl E. Stotz)
Roadside Baseball, Sports
Civilian Conservation Corps TransparentPlaceholder.png Saturday, September 28, 1996 Rt. 14 N of Trout Run
41°22′15″N 77°04′17″W / 41.3709°N 77.0714°W / 41.3709; -77.0714 (Civilian Conservation Corps)
Roadside Environment, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor
Dietrick Lamade Saturday, November 23, 1996 W. 3rd. & Williams Sts., Williamsport
41°14′23″N 77°00′15″W / 41.2396°N 77.0042°W / 41.2396; -77.0042 (Dietrick Lamade)
City Business & Industry, Ethnic & Immigration, Publishing
Eagle Grange No. 1 Eagle Grange.JPG Saturday, May 05, 2001 Rte. 15 and E. Blind Road, Montgomery
41°10′44″N 76°54′40″W / 41.1788°N 76.9111°W / 41.1788; -76.9111 (Eagle Grange No. 1)
Roadside Agriculture, Business & Industry, Government & Politics, Railroads, Women
Fort Antes TransparentPlaceholder.png Thursday, May 01, 1947 Main & Seminary Sts., Jersey Shore
41°12′14″N 77°15′12″W / 41.204°N 77.2532°W / 41.204; -77.2532 (Fort Antes)
Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military, Mills, Native American
Fort Muncy TransparentPlaceholder.png Tuesday, June 04, 1946 U.S. 220, 3.5 miles N of Muncy (Missing) Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military
Freedom Road Cemetery TransparentPlaceholder.png Saturday, May 15, 1993 T-456 in Loyalsock Twp.
41°15′44″N 77°00′37″W / 41.2622°N 77.0102°W / 41.2622; -77.0102 (Freedom Road Cemetery)
Roadside African American, Civil War, Religion, Underground Railroad
Julia C. Collins (? - 1865) TransparentPlaceholder.png Saturday, June 19, 2010 Susq. River Walk & Timber Heritage Trail, near Market St. Bridge, Williamsport
41°14′09″N 77°00′16″W / 41.2358°N 77.0045°W / 41.2358; -77.0045 (Julia C. Collins)
Roadside African American, Education, Women, Writers
Lycoming County Lycoming County Courthouse.JPG Monday, April 13, 1981 Lycoming County Courthouse, Williamsport
41°14′27″N 77°00′08″W / 41.2407°N 77.0021°W / 41.2407; -77.0021 (Lycoming County)
City Baseball, Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Government & Politics, Native American, Sports
Muncy Muncy Ritz.JPG Monday, January 21, 1952 40 N Main St., Muncy
41°12′54″N 76°14′10″W / 41.215°N 76.2361°W / 41.215; -76.2361 (Muncy)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Native American, Paths & Trails
Muncy Muncy Ritz.JPG Monday, January 21, 1952 260 E Water St., Muncy
41°12′33″N 76°46′30″W / 41.2093°N 76.77494°W / 41.2093; -76.77494 (Muncy)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Native American, Paths & Trails
Muncy Mills TransparentPlaceholder.png Wednesday, May 28, 1947 Junction Pa. 405 & 442 E of Muncy
41°12′42″N 76°45′29″W / 41.2117°N 76.7581°W / 41.2117; -76.7581 (Muncy Mills)
Roadside Business & Industry, Mills, Native American
Pennsdale Meeting Pennsdale Meeting House.JPG Thursday, May 01, 1947 Junction SR 2051 (former LR 41054) & township road (former LR 41154) near Pennsdale
41°14′36″N 76°47′52″W / 41.2432°N 76.7979°W / 41.2432; -76.7979 (Pennsdale Meeting)
Roadside Buildings, Religion
Pennsdale Meeting Pennsdale Meeting House.JPG Friday, July 19, 1946 Junction LR 41154 & LR 41054 near Pennsdale (Missing) Roadside Religion
Pennsylvania Canal - Clinton County - (West Branch Division)[2] Lockport lock HAER4.jpg Wednesday, July 09, 1952 In Lockport, Clinton County, Pa. At the junction of 664 (Swissdale Rd.) and Locks Ave. (Latitude/Longitude: 41.13694, -77.44722) Roadside Canals, Navigation, Transportation
Peter Herdic Peter Herdic.jpg Thursday, November 07, 1996 407 W. 4th St., Williamsport
41°14′24″N 77°00′32″W / 41.24°N 77.009°W / 41.24; -77.009 (Peter Herdic)
City Buildings, Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs, Invention, Professions & Vocations
Pine Creek Presbyterian Church TransparentPlaceholder.png Friday, February 25, 1949 Allegheny St. (SR 3028 / old US 220), Jersey Shore
41°12′15″N 77°15′57″W / 41.2042°N 77.2659°W / 41.2042; -77.2659 (Pine Creek Presbyterian Church)
Roadside Religion
Sheshequin Path Lycoming Creek at Trout Run.JPG Tuesday, March 01, 1949 U.S. 15, 2.2 miles S of Trout Run
41°22′15″N 77°04′18″W / 41.3707°N 77.0717°W / 41.3707; -77.0717 (Sheshequin Path)
Roadside Environment, Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Sheshequin Path Lycoming Creek at Trout Run.JPG Tuesday, March 01, 1949 Pa. 14, 1.4 mile NE of Trout Run (Missing)
41°24′07″N 77°02′43″W / 41.4019°N 77.0454°W / 41.4019; -77.0454 (Sheshequin Path)
Roadside Early Settlement, Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Sheshequin Path TransparentPlaceholder.png Tuesday, March 01, 1949 Pa. 14 at Marsh Hill
41°25′25″N 77°01′04″W / 41.4237°N 77.0178°W / 41.4237; -77.0178 (Sheshequin Path)
Roadside Early Settlement, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Susquehanna Log Boom Susquehanna Log Boom Islands.JPG Wednesday, December 19, 1962 US 15, just S of Williamsport
41°13′40″N 76°59′07″W / 41.22776°N 76.98532°W / 41.22776; -76.98532 (Susquehanna Log Boom)
Roadside Business & Industry
W. D. Crooks & Sons Door Plant TransparentPlaceholder.png Thursday, October 26, 2000 One College Ave. Williamsport, outside the Alvin Bush Campus Center
41°14′07″N 77°01′24″W / 41.2352°N 77.0232°W / 41.2352; -77.0232 (W. D. Crooks & Sons Door Plant)
Roadside Business & Industry
Williamson Road TransparentPlaceholder.png Thursday, May 01, 1947 Main St. (US 15), Trout Run
41°17′10″N 77°03′21″W / 41.2862°N 77.0559°W / 41.2862; -77.0559 (Williamson Road)
Roadside Early Settlement, Roads, Transportation
Williamsport PostcardWilliamsportPABizSectionAerial1919.jpg Thursday, May 01, 1947 U.S. 220 E at Williamsport
41°15′14″N 76°58′54″W / 41.2538°N 76.9816°W / 41.2538; -76.9816 (Williamsport)
Roadside Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Government & Politics
Williamsport Williamsport0124.jpg Thursday, May 01, 1947 US 15 at LLWS, S end of Williamsport
41°13′41″N 76°59′02″W / 41.22806°N 76.98387°W / 41.22806; -76.98387 (Williamsport)
Roadside Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Transportation
Williamsport City Hall Williamsport Pennsylvania.JPG Thursday, May 01, 1947 U.S. 220 W of Williamsport (Missing) Roadside Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Transportation

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2010-07-19. 
  2. ^ http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/pa2054.photos.356175p/

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