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BUTLER COUNTY

Formed March 12, 1800 from Allegheny County. Named for Gen. Richard Butler, Revolutionary officer. A young George Washington had crossed this area, 1753. County seat was established at Butler in 1803, and the county was home of the Harmony Society, 1804-15.  (City type: County Courthouse, Main St. [PA 8], Butler.)

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HARMONY (PA 68 in Harmony. Erected Oct. 3, 1947.)
HARMONIST CEMETERY (PA 68 in Harmony. Erected Oct. 3, 1947.)
HARMONY MENNONITES (US 19 N of Zelienople. Erected Oct. 3, 1947.)
ZELIENOPLE (US 19 in Zelienople, Erected Oct. 3, 1947.)
GEORGE WASHINGTON (PA 68, 1.8 miles NE of Evans City. Erected Dec. 15, 1970.)
OLD STONE HOUSE (PA 8 at junction PA 173, Stone House. Erected 1968.)
OLD STONE HOUSE (At site, PA 8 at junction PA 173, Stone House. Erected 1968.)
GENERAL RICHARD BUTLER (Plaque: wall County Courthouse, Main St. [PA 8], Butler. Dedicated May 30, 1917.)
WILLIAM A. SMITH (PA 356, 9 miles SE of Butler. Erected Jan. 1, 1955.)
THE ROEBLINGS (SR 2010 [former LR 387], Saxonburg. Erected Oct. 6, 1947.)

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