Signs of History


 Formed on Feb. 13, 1800 from Huntingdon, Mifflin, Lycoming and  Northumberland counties. Named for its location in the State, and home of The  Pennsylvania State University. Five governors of Pennsylvania lived in  Bellefonte, county seat laid out in 1795.  City type: County Courthouse, Allegheny St., Bellefonte.

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POTTER'S FORT ( PA 144 SE of Centre Hall.)
28TH DIVISION SHRINE ( Business US 322 at Pennsylvania Military Museum, Boalsburg.)
CENTRE FURNACE ( PA 26 just NE of State College, adjacent to Centre Furnace Mansion.)
CENTRE FURNACE ( Plaque: Centre Furnace Mansion, 1001 E. College Ave. (PA 26), State College.)
PHILIP BENNER ( PA 26 NE of State College.)
BELLEFONTE ( PA 150 at Bellefonte.)
ANDREW G. CURTIN ( City type: Allegheny St. at Cherry Ln., Bellefonte.)
BELLEFONTE AIR MAIL FIELD ( PA 550 (E. Bishop St.) at high Schools Bellefonte.)
PHILIP BENNER ( PA 550 SW of Bellefonte.)
SCOTIA ( US 322 NW of State College.)
JUNIATA IRON ( US 220 & 322, 1.8 miles NE of Port Matilda.)
INDIAN PATHS ( PA 350 S of Philipsburg.)
UNION CHURCH ( City type: Presqueisle St. (US 322), Philipsburg.)
PLUMBE FORGE ( PA 504, 6 miles E of Philipsburg.)
BALD EAGLE'S NEST ( US 220 & PA 144 at Milesburg.)
EAGLE IRONWORKS ( PA 150 (former US 220) 2.8 miles NE of Milesburg. )
WILLIAM F. PACKER ( PA 150 at PA 26, Howard.)
WARRIORS PATH ( PA 150, 2 2 miles NE of Howard.)
GREAT SHAMOKIN PATH ( PA 150, 4 miles NE of Howard.)

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