Signs of History (SM)

GREENE COUNTY

Formed February 9, 1796 from Washington County. Named for Gen. Nathanael Greene. Waynesburg, the county seat named for Gen. Anthony Wayne, was incorporated in 1816. Site of Waynesburg College, founded 1849. Near Ten Mile is birthplace of Gov. Edward Martin. (City type: County Courthouse, High St., Waynesburg.)

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OLD GLASSWORKS ( SR 2014 [former LR 30068], Greensboro.)
GARARD'S FORT ( SR 2011 [former LR 616] .6 mile E of Garards Fort.)
GREENE ACADEMY ( City type: PA 88, Carmichaels, near intersection Greene & Vine Sts.)
MONONGAHELA COLLEGE ( PA 188 in Jefferson at Green & Pine Sts.)
WAYNESBURG COLLEGE ( US 19 in Waynesburg.)
RYERSON'S BLOCKHOUSE ( PA 21 at Wind Ridge.)

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