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Walter Cooper: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?page=4495&Print=8 http://www.washjeff.edu/dr-walter-cooper-1 http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?page=4710

History[edit]

Bridges[edit]

Landmark name Image Architect/builder/
engineer/decorator
Address Location Status
Bailey Covered Bridge Bailey Covered Bridge.jpg Spans Ten Mile Creek Amity Destroyed by fire in 1994; reconstructed
Scott Brownlee Covered Bridge Scott Brownlee Covered Bridge site.jpg TR 414 over Templeton Fork of Wheeling Creek East Finley Township
Brownsville Bridge Oldbrownsville.jpg LR 268 Over Monongahela River, between West Brownsville in Washington County and Brownsville in Fayette County West Brownsville
Charleroi-Monessen Bridge Charleroi-Monessen Bridge.jpg LR 247 over Monongahela River, between Charleroi in Washington County and Monessen in Westmoreland County Charleroi
Crawford Covered Bridge CRAWFORD COVERED BRIDGE.jpg TR 307, spanning Robinson Fork of Wheeling Creek West Finley Township
Danley Covered Bridge DANLEY COVERED BRIDGE.jpg On TR 379, spanning Robinson Fork of Wheeling Creek West Finley Township
Horn Davis Overholtzer Bridge HORN DAVIS OVERHOLTZER BRIDGE.jpg TR 838 over Ten Mile Creek West Bethlehem Township Collapsed on March 20, 1994
Day Covered Bridge Queens P2100020 Day Bridge off Prosperity Pike (SR 18) PA.jpg On TR 339 over Short Creek, Prosperity Morris Township
Ebenezer Covered Bridge EBENEZER COVERED BRIDGE.jpg In Mingo Creek Park, spanning Mingo Creek Nottingham Township
Erskine Covered Bridge ERSKINE COVERED BRIDGE.jpg TR 314 over Middle Wheeling Creek West Finley Township
Henry Covered Bridge HENRY COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Spans Mingo Creek in Mingo Creek County Park Nottingham Township
Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge, eastern portal and southern side.jpg Northwest of Burgettstown on TR 853 crossing King's Creek Hanover Township
Krepps Covered Bridge KREPPS COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Southeast of Cherry Valley on TR 799 over Raccoon Creek Mount Pleasant Township
Letherman Covered Bridge LEATHERMAN COVERED BRIDGE.jpg On TR 449 spanning the South Branch of Pigeon Creek North Bethlehem Township
Longdon L. Miller Covered Bridge Longdon Covered Bridge.jpg TR 414 over Templeton Fork of Wheeling Creek West Finley Township
Lyle Covered Bridge LyleCoveredBridge.jpg North of Raccoon on TR 861 crossing Raccoon Creek Hanover Township
Martin's Mill Covered Bridge MARTIN'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg West of Marianna, crossing Ten Mile Creek West Bethlehem Township Disappeared
Blaney Mays Covered Bridge BLANEY MAYS COVERED BRIDGE.jpg TR 423, spanning Middle Wheeling Creek Donegal Township
Devil's Den, McClurg Covered Bridge DevilsDenMcClurgCoveredBridge.jpg Hanover Park Hanover Township
Pine Bank Covered Bridge PINE BANK COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Near SR 4018 at Meadowcroft Village, Avella Cross Creek Township
Plant's Covered Bridge Plant's Covered Bridge.jpg TR 408 over Templeton Fork of Wheeling Creek East Finley Township
Ralston Freeman Covered Bridge RalstonFreemanCoveredBridge.jpg on private property, TR 352 over Aunt Clara's Fork of Kings Creek Hanover Township
Claysville S Bridge Claysville S Bridge, eastern end.jpg 6 miles west of Washington on Old National Road (US 40), over Buffalo Creek Buffalo Township
Sawhill Covered Bridge Sawhill Covered Bridge.jpg TR 426 over Buffalo Creek, SR 221 Taylorstown Blaine Township
Sprowl's Covered Bridge Sprowl's Covered Bridge.jpg TR 450 over Rocky Run West Finley Township
Webster-Donora Bridge Webster-Donora Bridge.jpg SR 143 over the Monongahela River Donora
Wilson's Mill Covered Bridge WILSON'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Cross Creek County Park Cross Creek Township
Cerl Wright Covered Bridge CERL WRIGHT COVERED BRIDGE.jpg TR 802 over the North Branch of Pigeon Creek Somerset Township
Wyit Sprowls Covered Bridge Wyit Sprowls Covered Bridge, western side.jpg TR 360 over Robinson Fork of Wheeling Creek West Finley Township

Historic districts[edit]

District name Image Location Municipality
Beallsville Historic District Beallsville School Building.jpg National Road, from Oak Alley to West Alley and Sunset Drive to Sargent Alley Beallsville Borough
Cement City Historic District Cement City Historic District.jpg Chestnut and Walnut Streets from Modisette to Bertha Avenue and along Ida and Bertha Streets Donora Borough
Centerville Historic District Centerville Historic District.jpg Old National Pike spur, roughly from Linton Road to the junction of US 40 and PA 481 Centerville
East Washington Historic District EastWashingtonHistoricDistrict.jpg Intersected by Beau Street and Wade Avenue, includes North Avenue, Wheeling and Chestnut Streets East Washington, Pennsylvania
Marianna Historic District Marianna Historic District (PA) Beeson St near 71.jpg Roughly bounded by Ten Mile Creek, Beeson Avenue Hill, 6th and 7th Streets Marianna, Pennsylvania
Scenery Hill Historic District Scenery Hill Historic District.jpg National Road East (US 40), between Scenery Hill Cemetery and Kinder Road North Bethlehem Township
Taylorstown Historic District Taylorstown Historic District (Taylorstown, Pennsylvania) 26 Main St.jpg Main Street, Taylorstown Blaine Township
West Alexander Historic District West Alexander Historic District Christian Church Front Side and Rear.jpg Main Street, North Liberty to Mechanic Streets West Alexander
West Middletown Historic District West Middletown 56 and 60 E Main.jpg Main Street (Route 844) running east-west West Middleton

Public landmarks[edit]

Landmark name Image Location Municipality Status
McMillan Hall McMillan Hall western front.jpg Campus of Washington and Jefferson College Washington
Bethel African American Episcopal Church of Monongahela City Bethel AME in Monongahela.jpg 7th and West Main Streets Monongahela
David Bradford House DavidBradfordHouse.jpg 175 South Main Street Washington
Canonsburg Armory CanonsburgArmory.jpg West College Street and North Central Avenue Canonsburg
Hawthorne School FormerSiteofHawthorneSchool.jpg Hawthorne and Bluff Streets Canonsburg
Hill's Tavern Hills Tavern.jpg US 40, Scenery Hill North Bethlehem Township
LeMoyne Crematory LeMoyneCrematory.jpg South Main Street at Hillsview Sanitarium North Franklin Township
F. Julius LeMoyne House LeMoyne House.jpg 49 East Maiden Street Washington
Meadowcroft Rock Shelter MeadowcroftRockshelter.jpg 401 Meadowcroft Road, west of Avella Cross Creek Township
Mingo Creek Presbyterian Church and Churchyard Mingo Creek Presbyterian Church.jpg Junction of SR 88 and Mingo Church Road Union Township
Old Main, California State College CalOldMain.JPG Campus of California University of Pennsylvania California
Pennsylvania Railroad Freight Station PennsylvaniaRailroadFreightStation.jpg 111 Washington Street Washington
Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station Calpubliclib.jpg Water and Wood Streets California
Trinity Hall Trinity High School (Washington, Pennsylvania).jpg On SR 18,1 mile south of Washington Washington
United States Post Office-Charleroi Charleroi former post office.jpg 638 Fallowfield Avenue Charleroi
Washington Armory WashingtonArmoryPA.jpg 76 West Maiden Street Washington
Washington County Courthouse WashingtonCountyCourthouse.JPG South Main Street between Beau Street and Cherry Street Washington
Washington County Jail WashingtonCountyJailPAFront.jpg Cherry Street, west of courthouse Washington

Residential landmarks and farmsteads[edit]

Property name Image Location Municipality
Edward G. Acheson House Edward G. Acheson House.jpg 908 Main Street, Monongahela Monongahela
Samuel Brownlee House Samuel T Brownlee House left.jpg SR 519 in village of Wylandville South Strabane Township
Caldwell Tavern Caldwell Tavern.jpg Junction of US 40 and TR 474 east of Claysville Buffalo Township
Dager-Wonsettler Farmstead Dager-Wonsettler Farmstead.jpg On Old National Road (now SR 40) near Glyde Amwell Township
Margaret Derrow House Margaret Derrow House.jpg West Main Street, Claysville Donegal Township
Doak-Little House Doak-Little House.jpg US 40 South Strabane Township
Joseph Dorsey House Joseph Dorsey House.jpg 113 Cherry Avenue, Denbeau Heights (Denbo Heights) Centerville
Dusmal House East of Gastonville off Gilmore Road Union Township
Molly Fleming House Molly Fleming House.jpg 616 Wood Street California
Philip Friend House 105 Little Daniels Run Road North Bethlehem Township
Harrison House Harrison House (Centerville, Pennsylvania) Lot.jpg Old National Pike, US 40, one mile east of Centerville Centerville
Huffman Distillery and Chopping Mill Huffman Distillery and Chopping Mill.jpg LR 62155, 2 miles North of Junction with PA 917 Somerset Township
Jennings-Gallagher House Jennings-Gallagher House front.jpg Wood Street, California California
Kinder's Mill Kinder's Mill north side.jpg LR 62194 at Piper Road, Deemston Deemston
Moses Little Tavern Moses Little Tavern-0690.jpg National Pike (US 40), 3/4 miles east of I-79 interchange Amwell Township
David Longwell House David Longwell House.jpg West Main Street,Monongahela City Monongahela
Malden Inn Malden Inn.jpg Off US 40 East, on Malden Place, spur of Old National Road Centerville
Isaac Manchester House Isaac Manchester House and Surroundings.jpg 2 miles south of Avella on SR 231 Independence Township
Martin Farmstead Martin Farmstead.jpg SR 136, 2 miles west of Eighty Four South Strabane Township
Dr. Joseph Maurer House Dr.JosephMaurerHouse.jpg 97 West Wheeling Street Washington
Montgomery House Montgomery House in Claysville.jpg West Main Street, Claysville Donegal Township
Thomas Munce House SR 136, 3 miles east of Washington South Strabane Township
John H. Nelson House John H. Nelson House front.jpg 104 Colvin Road Fallowfield Township
Robert Parkinson Farm Robert Parkinson Farm House.jpg SR 18, .4 miles north of Old Concord Village Morris Township
Regester Log House Regester Log House Front.jpg Deemston
Ringland Tavern Ringland Tavern.jpg On US 40 (Old National Road), Scenery Hill West Bethlehem Township
Roberts House RobertsHouseCanonsburgPA.jpg 225 North Central Avenue Canonsburg
Frank L. Ross Farm Frank L Ross Farm - Barn.jpg SR 519, .3 miles north of US 40 North Bethlehem Township
Sackville House Sackville House NRHP.jpg 309 East Wheeling Street Washington
Stephenson-Campbell House Stephenson-Campbell House log east and south.jpg On Tomahawk Claim Lane, off Reissing Road Cecil Township
James Thome Farm 213 Linnwood Road North Strabane Township
Ulery Mill Ulery Mill.jpg LR 62078, in Zollarsville West Bethlehem Township
Welsh-Emery House Welsh-Emery House.jpg 114 Emery Road, a spur of the Old National Road Centerville
John White House John White House.jpg 2151 North Main Street Ext. Chartiers Township
Levi Wilson Tavern Levi Wilson Tavern.jpg On National Road (US 40), 1.5 miles east of S-Bridge Buffalo Township

Other[edit]

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    • I'm not dead "George Romero's creepy celluloid vision of this town as a zombie-infested hamlet", co-written by Reid Paley
    • Sweet Little Sixteen
    • Lo And Behold Dylan
    • Duquesne Whistle
  • Six Days on the Road "Well, I pulled out of Pittsburgh"

To incorporate into articles[edit]

  • Traditions: carnival weekend
  • Find archived URLs Special:LinkSearch
  • Institute of International Education, Open Doors

Academic history[edit]

  • History
    • Curriculum: first, in "the class of the languages" (Horace, Cicero, Xenophon, Homer, Longinus, "Greek and Roman Antiquities," geography, and algebra); then in "the mathematical class" (more algebra, Euclid, practical geometry, natural philosophy, rhetoric, and history); and finally in "the philosophic class" (logic, moral philosophy, metaphysics, and a review of the previous classes). fouth year was supposed to be further study of one of these branches. this was designed to match the best eastern colleges. Modern languages in 1834. English lit in 1840s.[1]
    • Brown:established the physical and intellectual nature of Jefferson College, which was to continue with little change until the union with Washington in 1865, The gradually scientific direction of the curriculum, the less academic and more social activities of the student body, fluctuations in the number of students and in financial status of the school could all be attributed in part to events which affected the entire nation and influenced its intellectual climate of opinion[citation needed]
    • Science development from History[citation needed]
    • Academies[citation needed]
    • Prep departments, science departments, [citation needed]
    • admission standards in 1832 were :"Freshmen on entrance must be able to read Caesar, Sallust and Virgil, must have a thorough understanding of Latin grammar and acquaintance with Greek, and the simpler rules of arithmetic."

other[edit]

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  • Banjo Club
  • One of the oldest: Buskin Club. Tragedy resembling a Greek drama. founded 1904. all kinds of productions. the Pennsylvania College for Women—now Chatham College. In 1974, meged with Student Experimental Theater to form the only theater group
  • Campus club: 1937. non-frats. like a fraternity but not secret. held intramurals and did dances

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  • Chatham College and Carnegie Tech. Chatham College was the sister school.

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  • "the College Gazette (published by the Literary Society) in 1866 to the Repertoire (which took over from the Gazette) in 1875 to the Washington- Jeffersonian (a literary magazine that also published campus news) in 1877."
  • Pandora "It was first published in 1886 by the junior class. The first issue covered the Class of 1885 and until 1962 the issues were dated according to the graduation year of the junior"
  • Literary Magazine: "In the 1920s, a humorous literary magazine, Wag Jag, was created. It lasted only one year, but we have no information on why. In the mid-1930s, the Gambolier was published. It struggled for several years, but eventually found success as a quarterly publication featuring book reviews, short stories, photos, memoirs, and more. It was finally suspended in 1943 because of a decrease in contributors due to WWII. In 1949, The Wall was published as the product of a creative writing class. By its second year of existence, it became the College’s official literary magazine. It ended in 1966, but we again have no information on why. The Washington & Jefferson Literary Journal started in 1966 and lasted for six years. It was quickly followed by the Arbitrarium in 1973, The Seventh Day Review in 1974, and Expresso in 1984. The Wooden Tooth Review is the current W&J student literary magazine"
  • "When President Tori Haring-Smith started her presidency in January 2005, she relates that she was often perplexed by why alumni would sign their letters to her “Whichi Coax” instead of “Sincerely.” Then the Class of 1955 spontaneously shouted it at Commencement in May 2005."


[4] Washington's birthday was a major campus holiday. celebrated through most of the 19th century. "On that day, masked students on horseback rode through the streets of Washington, singing and shouting all afternoon long. At dusk, the riders would be invited into neighborhood houses. Later, the celebration of the holiday took the form of a parade through town. In the morning, the classrooms were filled with pranks, jokes, and parodies while in the evening the literary societies opened their exercises to the ladies of the town."

  • Ugly Man Contest, Alpha Phi Omega. Started 1958

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  • College seal in Old Main—"current W&J student stepped on the seal he or she would not graduate. In a March 1938 issue of the Red & Black, an article discussed the MacMillan Forum, a group of unknown origin on campus. The group felt that the College seal that was inlaid in the rotunda floor of Old Main was not an object of respect and, in order to make it such an object, felt that W&J students should not step upon the seal. Perhaps this group helped originate the tradition."
  • Snake Dance: "half-dressed freshmen holding hands and marching through town, ending the evening with a serenade on the lawn of the President’s house." They could retreive thei rpants after the event.[6]
  • first night
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  2. ^ DeFrancesco, Joyce (Spring 2006). "Rich in History, Ripe With Promise - Organizations at W&J" (PDF). W&J Magazine. Washington & Jefferson College. pp. 22–23. Retrieved 2010-04-15. 
  3. ^ DeFrancesco, Joyce (Spring 2006). "Rich in History, Ripe With Promise - W&J Events" (PDF). W&J Magazine. Washington & Jefferson College. pp. 23–24. Retrieved 2010-04-15. 
  4. ^ Cite error: The named reference misctraditons was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  5. ^ DeFrancesco, Joyce (Spring 2006). "Rich in History, Ripe With Promise - Mysteries of W&J" (PDF). W&J Magazine. Washington & Jefferson College. p. 27. Retrieved 2010-04-15. 
  6. ^ Cite error: The named reference welcometojay was invoked but never defined (see the help page).