List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Juniata County

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Location of Juniata County in Pennsylvania

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

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

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Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Fort Bigham TransparentPlaceholder.png April 1, 1947 SR 3001 (old U.S. 22 & 322), .8 mile NW of Mexico
40°32′48″N 77°21′59″W / 40.5467°N 77.36633°W / 40.5467; -77.36633 (Fort Bigham)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Juniata County TransparentPlaceholder.png June 27, 1982 County Courthouse, Mifflintown
40°34′13″N 77°33′47″W / 40.5702°N 77.56293°W / 40.5702; -77.56293 (Juniata County)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Transportation
Patterson's Fort TransparentPlaceholder.png April 1, 1947 Wm. Penn Hwy. (SR 3001 / old US 22/322), near Gill Rd. (Rt. 382), .1 mile E of Mexico
40°32′09″N 77°21′03″W / 40.5359°N 77.35072°W / 40.5359; -77.35072 (Patterson's Fort)
Roadside French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Tuscarora Academy TUSCARORA ACADEMY.jpg March 20, 1968 At site, SR 3017 (former LR 34005), Academia
Roadside Education, Religion
Tuscarora Path TransparentPlaceholder.png April 1, 1947 Wm. Penn Hwy. (SR 3002 / old US 22/322) near Henry Crossroad Rd. (PA 75), .9 mile NW of Mexico
40°32′51″N 77°22′05″W / 40.54757°N 77.36793°W / 40.54757; -77.36793 (Tuscarora Path)
Roadside Native American, Paths & Trails, 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. 

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