List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Butler County

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Location of Butler County in Pennsylvania

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

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Butler 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 15 historical markers located in Butler County.[1]

Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Butler County Butler County Courthouse, Butler.jpg June 11, 1982 County Courthouse, Main Street (PA 8), Butler
40°51′31″N 79°53′44″W / 40.85857°N 79.89545°W / 40.85857; -79.89545 (Butler County)
City George Washington, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Religion
General Richard Butler - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png May 1, 1917 County Courthouse, Butler
40°51′31″N 79°53′44″W / 40.85857°N 79.89545°W / 40.85857; -79.89545 (General Richard Butler - PLAQUE)
Plaque American Revolution, Ethnic & Immigration, Military
George Edward Waddell Waddell.jpg July 26, 2003 Main Street (PA 488) at Moraine Elementary School, Prospect
40°54′17″N 80°02′33″W / 40.904624°N 80.042599°W / 40.904624; -80.042599 (George Edward Waddell)
Roadside Baseball, Sports
George Washington Washington 1772.jpg February 15, 1970 PA 68, 1.8 miles northeast of Evans City (MISSING)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, George Washington, Military, Native American
Harmonist Cemetery HarmonySocietyCemeteryinHarmonyPA.jpg October 3, 1947 Evans City Road (PA 68) & Edmonds Road, Harmony
40°48′06″N 80°07′25″W / 40.80177°N 80.1237°W / 40.80177; -80.1237 (Harmonist Cemetery)
Roadside Religion
Harmony HarmonyPAmuseum.jpg October 3, 1947 Main Street at Mercer Street in Harmony
40°48′10″N 80°07′40″W / 40.80267°N 80.12785°W / 40.80267; -80.12785 (Harmony)
Roadside Religion
Harmony Mennonites MennoniteMeetingHouse1825.jpg October 3, 1947 Perry Highway (US 19) & Mennonite Lane, north of Zelienople
40°48′33″N 80°07′46″W / 40.80927°N 80.12942°W / 40.80927; -80.12942 (Harmony Mennonites)
Roadside Religion
Invention of the Jeep Bantam-jeep-1.jpg October 17, 1993 Hansen Avenue and Renaissance Avenue, Butler
40°51′26″N 79°54′42″W / 40.85713°N 79.9116°W / 40.85713; -79.9116 (Invention of the Jeep)
Roadside Business & Industry, Military, Military Post-Civil War, Transportation
Old Stone House TransparentPlaceholder.png 1968 At site, PA 8 & PA 173, Stone House
41°00′45″N 80°00′08″W / 41.012617°N 80.002126°W / 41.012617; -80.002126 (Old Stone House)
Roadside Buildings, Business & Industry, Houses & Homesteads
Old Stone House TransparentPlaceholder.png 1968 At site, PA 8 & PA 173, Stone House (MISSING)
Roadside Buildings, Business & Industry, Houses & Homesteads
Rev. Richard C. Christy TransparentPlaceholder.png 2004 At church, 455 Clearfield Road, Fenelton
40°50′34″N 79°44′35″W / 40.842750°N 79.742983°W / 40.842750; -79.742983 (Rev. Richard C. Christy)
Roadside Civil War, Religion
Roeblings, The Roebling Shop with bridge.jpg October 6, 1947 Butler Street near High Street, Saxonburg
40°45′19″N 79°49′05″W / 40.755155°N 79.818095°W / 40.755155; -79.818095 (Roeblings, The)
Roadside Bridges, Business & Industry, Invention, Professions & Vocations, Transportation
Venango Path Washington Pennsylvania Mapb.jpg February 18, 1995 Franklin Road at Mars Crider Road (PA 228), Cranberry Township
40°41′08″N 80°04′30″W / 40.6856°N 80.07512°W / 40.6856; -80.07512 (Venango Path)
Roadside Forts, George Washington, Military, Native American, Paths & Trails, Roads, Transportation
William A. Smith TransparentPlaceholder.png January 1, 1955 North Pike Road (PA 356) & Cooper Road, Cabot
40°46′06″N 79°47′14″W / 40.7684°N 79.78732°W / 40.7684; -79.78732 (William A. Smith)
Roadside Business & Industry, Oil & Gas, Professions & Vocations
Zelienople Zelienople pa.JPG October 3, 1947 North Main Street/ Perry Highway (US 19) at Connoquenessing Creek, Zelienople
40°48′00″N 80°08′17″W / 40.8°N 80.13795°W / 40.8; -80.13795 (Zelienople)
Roadside Buildings, Cities & Towns

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2010-07-19. 

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