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List of National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania

This article provides a List of National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania. There are 169 in the state. Listed in the tables below are the 102 NHLs outside Philadelphia. For the 67 within Philadelphia, see List of National Historic Landmarks in Philadelphia.

Three of these sites are shared with other states and are credited by the National Park Service as being located in those other states: the Delaware and Hudson Canal (centered in New York but extending into Pennsylvania); the Beginning Point of the U.S. Public Land Survey (on the OhioPennsylvania border); and the Minisink Archeological Site, on the New Jersey-Pennsylvania border.

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National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania (excluding Philadelphia)Edit

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Following are National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania, but outside Philadelphia. For consistency, the National Historic Landmark name is used to label each one.

[1] Landmark name Image Date designated[2] Location County Description
1 1762 Waterworks May 29, 1981
(#72001142)
Bethlehem
40°37′09″N 75°23′00″W / 40.619167°N 75.383333°W / 40.619167; -75.383333 (1762 Waterworks)
Northampton The oldest municipal waterworks in the nation.
2 Edward G. Acheson House May 11, 1976
(#76001679)
Monongahela

908 Main St.

40°12′20″N 79°56′02″W / 40.205638°N 79.933776°W / 40.205638; -79.933776 (Edward G. Acheson House)
Washington Home of self-taught inventor-engineer Edward G. Acheson, where in 1891 he invented carborundum.
3 Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail May 11, 1976
(#73001586)
Pittsburgh
436 Grant Street

40°26′18″N 79°59′46″W / 40.4384°N 79.9961°W / 40.4384; -79.9961 (Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail)
Allegheny Spectacular jail and courthouse designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson in a Romanesque style.
4 Allegheny Portage Railroad of the Pennsylvania Canal December 29, 1962
(#66000648)
Johnstown
40°27′15″N 78°32′25″W / 40.454167°N 78.540278°W / 40.454167; -78.540278 (Allegheny Portage Railroad of the Pennsylvania Canal)
Blair Railroad that transported canalboats over the Allegheny Mountains, between the eastern and western sections of the Pennsylvania Canal; regarded as a technological marvel.
5 Andalusia November 13, 1966
(#66000649)
Andalusia
40°03′43″N 74°57′30″W / 40.061944°N 74.958333°W / 40.061944; -74.958333 (Andalusia)
Bucks Greek Revival residence of Nicholas Biddle, head of the Second Bank of the United States.
6 Henry Antes House April 27, 1992
(#75001657)
Pottstown
40°17′25″N 75°32′26″W / 40.290321°N 75.540558°W / 40.290321; -75.540558 (Henry Antes House)
Montgomery Headquarters of George Washington, September 23 to 26, 1777.[3]
7 Augustus Lutheran Church December 24, 1967
(#67000019)
Trappe
40°12′03″N 75°28′50″W / 40.200781°N 75.480545°W / 40.200781; -75.480545 (Augustus Lutheran Church)
Montgomery
8 Bedford Springs Hotel Historic District July 17, 1991
(#84001413)
Bedford
39°59′47″N 78°30′28″W / 39.996389°N 78.507778°W / 39.996389; -78.507778 (Bedford Springs Hotel Historic District)
Bedford
9 Beginning Point of the U.S. Public Land Survey June 23, 1965
(#66000606)
Ohioville, PA and East Liverpool, OH
40°38′26″N 80°31′10″W / 40.640487°N 80.519377°W / 40.640487; -80.519377 (Beginning Point of the U.S. Public Land Survey)
Beaver, PA and Columbiana, OH
10 Beth Sholom Synagogue March 29, 2007
(#07000430)
Elkins Park

8231 Old York Road

40°04′56″N 75°07′36″W / 40.082222°N 75.126667°W / 40.082222; -75.126667 (Beth Sholom Synagogue)
Montgomery Frank Lloyd Wright designed it. The American Institute of Architects and National Trust for Historic Preservation commented upon it.
11 Bomberger's Distillery January 16, 1980
(#75001649)
Newmanstown
40°16′30″N 76°19′13″W / 40.275034°N 76.320199°W / 40.275034; -76.320199 (Bomberger's Distillery)
Lebanon
12 Bost Building January 20, 1999
(#99000627)
Homestead
621–623 East 8th Avenue

40°24′33″N 79°54′16″W / 40.40912°N 79.90436°W / 40.40912; -79.90436 (Bost Building)
Allegheny Headquarters of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers during the Homestead Strike.
13 Braddock Carnegie Library March 2, 2012
(#73001585)
Braddock
40°24′07″N 79°51′56″W / 40.401869°N 79.865425°W / 40.401869; -79.865425 (Braddock Carnegie Library)
Allegheny First Carnegie library built in the United States.
14 David Bradford House July 28, 1983
(#73001668)
Washington

175 S. Main St.

40°10′06″N 80°14′41″W / 40.168201°N 80.244776°W / 40.168201; -80.244776 (David Bradford House)
Washington A home of David Bradford.
15 Brandywine Battlefield January 20, 1961
(#66000660)
Chadds Ford
39°52′31″N 75°34′31″W / 39.875278°N 75.575278°W / 39.875278; -75.575278 (Brandywine Battlefield)
Delaware Site of the 1777 Battle of Brandywine.
16 William Brinton 1704 House December 24, 1967
(#67000018)
Dilworthtown
39°53′40″N 75°33′40″W / 39.894424°N 75.560993°W / 39.894424; -75.560993 (William Brinton 1704 House)
Delaware
17 Bryn Athyn Historic District October 6, 2008
(#08001087)
Bryn Athyn
40°08′04″N 75°03′48″W / 40.134444°N 75.063333°W / 40.134444; -75.063333 (Bryn Athyn Historic District)
Montgomery
18 James Buchanan House (Wheatland) July 4, 1961
(#66000669)
Lancaster
40°02′37″N 76°19′45″W / 40.043584°N 76.329183°W / 40.043584; -76.329183 (James Buchanan House (Wheatland))
Lancaster Home of James Buchanan while he was President and in his final years.
19 Pearl S. Buck House January 16, 1980
(#74001755)
Perkasie

520 Dublin Rd.

40°21′36″N 75°13′11″W / 40.36°N 75.219722°W / 40.36; -75.219722 (Pearl S. Buck House)
Bucks A home of author Pearl S. Buck.
20 Buckingham Friends Meeting House July 31, 2003
(#97000291)
Buckingham Township

5684 Lower York Road

40°20′56″N 75°02′27″W / 40.348889°N 75.040833°W / 40.348889; -75.040833 (Buckingham Friends Meeting House)
Bucks Associated with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
21 Bushy Run Battlefield October 9, 1960
(#66000696)
Harrison City

2 miles E. of Harrison City on Pa. Rte. 993

40°21′19″N 79°37′12″W / 40.355278°N 79.62°W / 40.355278; -79.62 (Bushy Run Battlefield)
Westmoreland Site of the Battle of Bushy Run during Pontiac's Rebellion.
22 Cambria Iron Company June 22, 1989
(#89001101)
Johnstown
40°20′10″N 78°55′23″W / 40.336°N 78.923°W / 40.336; -78.923 (Cambria Iron Company)
Cambria
23 Simon Cameron House May 15, 1975
(#73001620)
Harrisburg

219 S. Front St.

40°15′23″N 76°52′45″W / 40.256523°N 76.879108°W / 40.256523; -76.879108 (Simon Cameron House)
Dauphin A home of Simon Cameron who had some association under Abraham Lincoln.
24 Carlisle Indian School July 4, 1961
(#66000658)
Carlisle
40°12′32″N 77°10′41″W / 40.209°N 77.178°W / 40.209; -77.178 (Carlisle Indian School)
Cumberland Associated with Native American education. Athlete Jim Thorpe attended.
25 Carrie Blast Furnaces 6 and 7 September 20, 2006
(#06001070)
Rankin, Munhall, and Swissvale boroughs
Northern side of the Monongahela River, 0.5 miles (0.80 km) west of the Rankin Bridge

40°24′47″N 79°53′24″W / 40.413081°N 79.89008°W / 40.413081; -79.89008 (Carrie Blast Furnaces 6 and 7)
Allegheny The only 2 surviving pre-World War II blast furnaces in the Pittsburgh area.
26 Cedarcroft November 11, 1971
(#71000693)
Kennett Square
39°51′28″N 75°43′09″W / 39.857827°N 75.719175°W / 39.857827; -75.719175 (Cedarcroft)
Chester
27 Chatham Village April 5, 2005
(#98001372)
Pittsburgh
Roughly bounded by Virginia Avenue, Bigham Street, Woodruff Street, Saw Mill Run Boulevard, and Olympia Road

40°25′52″N 80°01′01″W / 40.4311°N 80.0169°W / 40.4311; -80.0169 (Chatham Village)
Allegheny
28 Cornwall Iron Furnace November 3, 1966
(#66000671)
Cornwall

Rexmont Rd. & Boyd St.

40°16′14″N 76°24′22″W / 40.270556°N 76.406111°W / 40.270556; -76.406111 (Cornwall Iron Furnace)
Lebanon
29 Delaware Canal December 8, 1976
(#74001756)
Easton to Bristol

Easton to Bristol along the Delaware River

40°05′36″N 74°51′41″W / 40.093283°N 74.861456°W / 40.093283; -74.861456 (Delaware Canal)
Bucks and
Northampton
Transported anthracite coal.
30 Delaware and Hudson Canal October 18, 1968
(#68000051)
Lackawaxen, PA, Honesdale, PA, Kingston, NY, Rosendale, NY, Ellenville, NY, and Port Jervis, NY
41°36′26″N 74°26′53″W / 41.607222°N 74.448056°W / 41.607222; -74.448056 (Delaware and Hudson Canal)
Pike, PA, Wayne, PA, Orange, NY, Sullivan, NY, and Ulster, NY
31 Drake Oil Well November 13, 1966
(#66000695)
Titusville
41°36′39″N 79°39′28″W / 41.6108°N 79.65769°W / 41.6108; -79.65769 (Drake Oil Well)
Venango Edwin L. Drake struck oil here, the site of the world's first successful oil well.
32 East Broad Top Railroad January 28, 1964
(#66000666)
Rockhill
40°14′29″N 77°53′56″W / 40.241389°N 77.898889°W / 40.241389; -77.898889 (East Broad Top Railroad)
Huntingdon
33 Dwight D. Eisenhower Farmstead May 23, 1966
(#67000017)
Gettysburg
39°47′36″N 77°15′48″W / 39.793333°N 77.263333°W / 39.793333; -77.263333 (Dwight D. Eisenhower Farmstead)
Adams A home of Dwight Eisenhower.
34 Emmanuel Episcopal Church February 16, 2000
(#74001737)
Pittsburgh
North and Allegheny Avenues

40°27′11″N 80°01′09″W / 40.45306°N 80.0192°W / 40.45306; -80.0192 (Emmanuel Episcopal Church)
Allegheny
35 Ephrata Cloister December 24, 1967
(#67000026)
Ephrata
40°10′59″N 76°11′21″W / 40.183056°N 76.189167°W / 40.183056; -76.189167 (Ephrata Cloister)
Lancaster
36 Wharton Esherick House and Studio April 19, 1993
(#73001615)
Malvern
40°05′02″N 75°29′38″W / 40.083808°N 75.493943°W / 40.083808; -75.493943 (Wharton Esherick House and Studio)
Chester Studio of Wharton Esherick who participated in the Arts and Crafts Movement.
37 David Espy House July 28, 1983
(#74001750)
Bedford
40°01′09″N 78°30′11″W / 40.019176°N 78.502980°W / 40.019176; -78.502980 (David Espy House)
Bedford Associated with Whiskey Rebellion and David Espy.
38 Fallingwater May 11, 1976
(#74001781)
Mill Run
39°54′17″N 79°28′05″W / 39.904808°N 79.468120°W / 39.904808; -79.468120 (Fallingwater)
Fayette Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
39 Fonthill, Mercer Museum and Moravian Pottery and Tile Works February 4, 1985
(#85002366)
Doylestown
40°19′23″N 75°07′25″W / 40.323056°N 75.123611°W / 40.323056; -75.123611 (Fonthill, Mercer Museum and Moravian Pottery and Tile Works)
Bucks Three sites associated with Henry Chapman Mercer.
40 Forks of the Ohio October 9, 1960
(#66000643)
Pittsburgh
Point Park

40°26′27″N 80°00′37″W / 40.4408°N 80.01028°W / 40.4408; -80.01028 (Forks of the Ohio)
Allegheny Associated with French and Indian War.
41 Fulton Opera House January 29, 1964
(#69000156)
Lancaster

12–14 N. Prince St.

40°02′17″N 76°18′28″W / 40.038156°N 76.307877°W / 40.038156; -76.307877 (Fulton Opera House)
Lancaster Named for Robert Fulton, it is one of the oldest continuously-operated theaters.
42 Robert Fulton Birthplace January 29, 1964
(#66000670)
Quarryville

8 mi. south of Quarryville on U.S. Route 22

39°48′17″N 76°09′37″W / 39.804722°N 76.160278°W / 39.804722; -76.160278 (Robert Fulton Birthplace)
Lancaster Also associated with Robert Fulton.
43 Albert Gallatin House January 12, 1965
(#66000663)
Point Marion
39°46′40″N 79°55′45″W / 39.777778°N 79.929168°W / 39.777778; -79.929168 (Albert Gallatin House)
Fayette A home of Albert Gallatin.
44 Gemeinhaus-Lewis David de Schweinitz Residence May 15, 1975
(#75001658)
Bethlehem
40°37′00″N 75°22′52″W / 40.616805°N 75.381147°W / 40.616805; -75.381147 (Gemeinhaus-Lewis David de Schweinitz Residence)
Northampton A home of botanist Lewis David de Schweinitz.
45 Graeme Park October 9, 1960
(#66000672)
Horsham
40°13′00″N 75°09′00″W / 40.216667°N 75.15°W / 40.216667; -75.15 (Graeme Park)
Montgomery
46 Grey Towers February 4, 1985
(#80003578)
Glenside
40°04′46″N 75°09′54″W / 40.079554°N 75.165082°W / 40.079554; -75.165082 (Grey Towers)
Montgomery Designed by Horace Trumbauer. Now part of Arcadia University.
47 Gruber Wagon Works December 22, 1977
(#72001092)
Reading
40°22′14″N 75°58′47″W / 40.3706°N 75.9796°W / 40.3706; -75.9796 (Gruber Wagon Works)
Berks Located in what is now Tulpehocken Creek Park.
48 Historic Moravian Bethlehem Historic District October 16, 2012
(#12001016)
Bethlehem
40°37′08″N 75°22′51″W / 40.618924°N 75.38076°W / 40.618924; -75.38076 (Historic Moravian Bethlehem Historic District)
Northampton
49 I. N. and Bernardine Hagan House May 16, 2000
(#00000708)
Chalk Hill
39°52′09″N 79°31′11″W / 39.869167°N 79.519722°W / 39.869167; -79.519722 (I. N. and Bernardine Hagan House)
Fayette A higher end Usonian house of those designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
50 Harmony Historic District May 30, 1974
(#73002139)
Harmony
40°48′11″N 80°07′42″W / 40.803056°N 80.128333°W / 40.803056; -80.128333 (Harmony Historic District)
Butler Associated with Harmony Society and George Rapp.
51 Harrisburg Station and Trainshed December 8, 1976
(#75001638)
Harrisburg
40°15′36″N 76°52′40″W / 40.260120°N 76.877761°W / 40.260120; -76.877761 (Harrisburg Station and Trainshed)
Dauphin Pennsylvania Railroad station with sheds using truss system patented by Albert Fink.
52 Milton S. Hershey Mansion May 4, 1983
(#78002388)
Hershey

Mansion Road

40°17′18″N 76°38′39″W / 40.288271°N 76.644087°W / 40.288271; -76.644087 (Milton S. Hershey Mansion)
Dauphin A home of Milton Snavely Hershey.
53 Honey Hollow Watershed August 4, 1969
(#69000155)
New Hope
40°22′26″N 75°00′27″W / 40.373889°N 75.0075°W / 40.373889; -75.0075 (Honey Hollow Watershed)
Bucks
54 Horseshoe Curve November 13, 1966
(#66000647)
Altoona
40°29′45″N 78°28′54″W / 40.495753°N 78.481696°W / 40.495753; -78.481696 (Horseshoe Curve)
Blair A horseshoe-shaped railroad track
55 Keim Homestead December 23, 2016
(#100000832)
Pike Township
40°24′35″N 75°44′54″W / 40.409722°N 75.748333°W / 40.409722; -75.748333 (Keim Homestead)
Berks
56 Kennywood Park February 27, 1987
(#87000824)
West Mifflin
4800 Kennywood Boulevard

40°23′15″N 79°51′48″W / 40.3875°N 79.8633°W / 40.3875; -79.8633 (Kennywood Park)
Allegheny From trolley park era, One of America's first amusement parks.
57 Leap-The-Dips June 19, 1996
(#91000229)
Altoona

700 Park Ave.

40°28′15″N 78°23′48″W / 40.470833°N 78.396667°W / 40.470833; -78.396667 (Leap-The-Dips)
Blair The oldest wooden rollercoaster still standing in the United States.
58 F. Julius Lemoyne House September 25, 1997
(#97001271)
Washington

49 E. Maiden St.

40°10′05″N 80°14′35″W / 40.168064°N 80.243168°W / 40.168064; -80.243168 (F. Julius Lemoyne House)
Washington A home of F. Julius LeMoyne, involved with the Underground Railroad
59 Lightfoot Mill April 5, 2005
(#73001616)
Chester Springs
40°04′53″N 75°38′40″W / 40.081389°N 75.644444°W / 40.081389; -75.644444 (Lightfoot Mill)
Chester See also Oliver Evans.
60 Lukens Historic District April 19, 1994
(#94001186)
Coatesville

50, 53, 76 & 102 S. First St.

39°58′52″N 75°49′21″W / 39.981111°N 75.8225°W / 39.981111; -75.8225 (Lukens Historic District)
Chester Associated with Rebecca Lukens and Brandywine Ironworks (later Lukens Steel Company).
61 Humphry Marshall House December 23, 1987
(#87002596)
Marshallton

1407 S. Strasburg Rd./PA Rte. 162

39°56′52″N 75°40′53″W / 39.947747°N 75.681474°W / 39.947747; -75.681474 (Humphry Marshall House)
Chester A home of Humphry Marshall.
62 Meadowcroft Rockshelter April 5, 2005
(#78002480)
West of Avella
40°17′11″N 80°29′30″W / 40.286389°N 80.491667°W / 40.286389; -80.491667 (Meadowcroft Rockshelter)
Washington Archaeological site associated with Native Americans.
63 Isaac Meason House June 21, 1990
(#71000707)
Mount Braddock
39°57′14″N 79°38′53″W / 39.953946°N 79.648189°W / 39.953946; -79.648189 (Isaac Meason House)
Fayette A home of Isaac Meason.
64 Merion Cricket Club February 27, 1987
(#87000759)
Haverford
40°00′56″N 75°18′01″W / 40.015596°N 75.300360°W / 40.015596; -75.300360 (Merion Cricket Club)
Montgomery From when cricket competed with baseball for American attention.
65 Merion Friends Meeting House August 5, 1998
(#98001194)
Merion Station
40°00′32″N 75°15′11″W / 40.008786°N 75.252977°W / 40.008786; -75.252977 (Merion Friends Meeting House)
Montgomery
66 Merion Golf Club April 27, 1992
(#89002085)
Ardmore
39°59′36″N 75°19′35″W / 39.993333°N 75.326389°W / 39.993333; -75.326389 (Merion Golf Club)
Delaware Associated with Bobby Jones, who won the Grand Slam of Golf here in 1930. Host of many U.S. Opens.
67 Mill Grove May 5, 1989
(#72001138)
Audubon
40°07′23″N 75°26′39″W / 40.123056°N 75.444167°W / 40.123056; -75.444167 (Mill Grove)
Montgomery A home of John James Audubon.
68 Minisink Archeological Site April 19, 1993
(#93000608)
Bushkill
41°17′26″N 74°49′44″W / 41.2906°N 74.829°W / 41.2906; -74.829 (Minisink Archeological Site)
Pike Prehistoric native site; extends into New Jersey.
69 George Nakashima Woodworker Complex April 23, 2014
(#08000782)
Solebury Township
40°20′25″N 74°57′20″W / 40.3402°N 74.9556°W / 40.3402; -74.9556 (George Nakashima Woodworker Complex)
Bucks Art studio and home of woodworker George Nakashima
70 Oakmont Country Club June 30, 1987
(#84003090)
Oakmont
40°31′33″N 79°49′36″W / 40.525758°N 79.826764°W / 40.525758; -79.826764 (Oakmont Country Club)
Allegheny Built 1903, one of the first top-caliber golf courses anywhere.
71 Old Economy June 23, 1965
(#66000644)
Ambridge
40°35′46″N 80°13′59″W / 40.596158°N 80.233001°W / 40.596158; -80.233001 (Old Economy)
Beaver Associated with Harmony Society and George Rapp.
72 Old West, Dickinson College June 13, 1962
(#66000659)
Carlisle
40°12′10″N 77°11′42″W / 40.2029°N 77.1951°W / 40.2029; -77.1951 (Old West, Dickinson College)
Cumberland Designed by Benjamin H. Latrobe, part of Dickinson College which was founded by Benjamin Rush. James Buchanan, later president, lived here.
73 Asa Packer Mansion February 4, 1985
(#74001765)
Jim Thorpe
40°51′52″N 75°44′18″W / 40.864427°N 75.738389°W / 40.864427; -75.738389 (Asa Packer Mansion)
Carbon Designed by Samuel Sloan, home of Asa Packer, founder of the Lehigh Valley Railroad and Lehigh University.
74 Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex September 20, 2006
(#77001162)
Harrisburg
Bounded by 3rd and 7th, North and Walnut Streets

40°15′52″N 76°53′01″W / 40.264441°N 76.883624°W / 40.264441; -76.883624 (Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex)
Dauphin Includes the Pennsylvania State Capitol, North and South Office Buildings, Finance Building, Forum Building, State Street Bridge and Ryan Legislative Office Building. Originally listed with only the capitol, expanded in 2013 to encompass surrounding buildings.
75 Gifford Pinchot House May 23, 1963
(#66000694)
Milford
41°19′39″N 74°49′15″W / 41.3275°N 74.820833°W / 41.3275; -74.820833 (Gifford Pinchot House)
Pike Home of Gifford Pinchot, first head of the U.S. Forest Service and two-time state governor.
76 Terence V. Powderly House May 23, 1966
(#66000667)
Scranton
41°25′06″N 75°40′29″W / 41.418413°N 75.674728°W / 41.418413; -75.674728 (Terence V. Powderly House)
Lackawanna Longtime home of Terence Vincent Powderly, a Knights of Labor leader.
77 Joseph Priestley House January 12, 1965
(#66000673)
Northumberland
40°53′17″N 76°47′25″W / 40.888028°N 76.790359°W / 40.888028; -76.790359 (Joseph Priestley House)
Northumberland Stately home of chemist Joseph Priestley, who, disenchanted with England moved here in 1794 and continued his ground-breaking research.
78 The Printzhof November 5, 1961
(#66000661)
Essington
39°51′33″N 75°18′11″W / 39.859164°N 75.303151°W / 39.859164; -75.303151 (The Printzhof)
Delaware A home of Johan Printz.
79 Pulpit Rocks November 4, 1993
(#93001614)
Huntingdon
40°31′09″N 78°02′43″W / 40.519167°N 78.045278°W / 40.519167; -78.045278 (Pulpit Rocks)
Huntingdon
80 Matthew S. Quay House May 15, 1975
(#75001615)
Beaver
40°41′38″N 80°18′12″W / 40.693766°N 80.303372°W / 40.693766; -80.303372 (Matthew S. Quay House)
Beaver A home of Matthew Stanley Quay, a Republican National Chairman who was campaign manager for Benjamin Harrison's successful presidential campaign.
81 St. Mark's Episcopal Church (Jim Thorpe) December 23, 1987
(#77001135)
Jim Thorpe
40°51′47″N 75°44′18″W / 40.863018°N 75.738209°W / 40.863018; -75.738209 (St. Mark's Episcopal Church (Jim Thorpe))
Carbon
82 Searights Tollhouse, National Road January 29, 1964
(#66000665)
Uniontown
39°56′43″N 79°47′40″W / 39.945285°N 79.794553°W / 39.945285; -79.794553 (Searights Tollhouse, National Road)
Fayette Tollhouses built in 1835 as part of the National Road.
83 Schaeffer House July 25, 2011
(#11000630)
Schaefferstown
40°17′47″N 76°18′01″W / 40.296297°N 76.300257°W / 40.296297; -76.300257 (Schaeffer House)
Lebanon Possibly the only remaining German Weinbauernhaus in America, combining a residence with the production of alcohol.[4]
84 Smithfield Street Bridge May 11, 1976
(#74001745)
Pittsburgh
Smithfield Street at the Monongahela River

40°26′05″N 80°00′08″W / 40.4347°N 80.0022°W / 40.4347; -80.0022 (Smithfield Street Bridge)
Allegheny A truss bridge built between 1881 and 1883.
85 Staple Bend Tunnel April 19, 1994
(#94001187)
Conemaugh Township
40°21′26″N 78°51′19″W / 40.357273°N 78.855303°W / 40.357273; -78.855303 (Staple Bend Tunnel)
Cambria The first railroad tunnel in the United States. Regarded as an engineering marvel.
86 Stiegel-Coleman House November 13, 1966
(#66000668)
Brickerville
40°14′16″N 76°17′48″W / 40.2378°N 76.2968°W / 40.2378; -76.2968 (Stiegel-Coleman House)
Lancaster House built in parts by owner William Stiegel and then by Robert Coleman.
87 Summerseat July 17, 1965
(#71000685)
Morrisville
40°12′27″N 74°46′44″W / 40.207449°N 74.778895°W / 40.207449; -74.778895 (Summerseat)
Bucks A home of George Clymer, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
88 George Taylor House July 17, 1971
(#71000709)
Catasauqua

Lehigh & Poplar Sts.

40°38′45″N 75°27′59″W / 40.64587°N 75.466398°W / 40.64587; -75.466398 (George Taylor House)
Lehigh A home of George Taylor, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
89 M. Carey Thomas Library July 17, 1991
(#91002052)
Bryn Mawr
40°01′37″N 75°18′50″W / 40.026821°N 75.313855°W / 40.026821; -75.313855 (M. Carey Thomas Library)
Montgomery An architecturally significant building on Bryn Mawr College campus.
90 Union Canal Tunnel April 19, 1994
(#74001792)
Lebanon

Tunnel Hill Road

40°20′58″N 76°27′42″W / 40.349444°N 76.461667°W / 40.349444; -76.461667 (Union Canal Tunnel)
Lebanon
91 Valley Forge January 20, 1961
(#66000657)
Valley Forge
40°05′49″N 75°26′20″W / 40.096944°N 75.438889°W / 40.096944; -75.438889 (Valley Forge)
Chester and Montgomery
92 Gen. Friedrich Von Steuben Headquarters November 28, 1972
(#72001108)
Valley Forge National Historical Park
40°05′49″N 75°28′13″W / 40.096988°N 75.470278°W / 40.096988; -75.470278 (Gen. Friedrich Von Steuben Headquarters)
Chester Headquarters of drillmaster Baron Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin von Steuben who had served Frederick the Great. Now part of Valley Forge National Historical Park.
93 Washington's Crossing January 20, 1961
(#66000650)
Yardley, PA and Titusville, NJ
40°18′00″N 74°52′24″W / 40.3°N 74.8734°W / 40.3; -74.8734 (Washington's Crossing)
Bucks, PA and Mercer County, NJ Where George Washington crossed the Delaware River to surprise-attack the British at Trenton in 1776.
94 Washington's Headquarters November 28, 1972
(#73001655)
Valley Forge National Historical Park

Valley Creek Rd., near junction of PA 252 & 23

40°05′58″N 75°27′43″W / 40.099490°N 75.461954°W / 40.099490; -75.461954 (Washington's Headquarters)
Montgomery Part of Valley Forge National Historical Park.
95 Waynesborough November 28, 1972
(#73001603)
Paoli
40°01′55″N 75°28′23″W / 40.031988°N 75.473145°W / 40.031988; -75.473145 (Waynesborough)
Chester Home of General Anthony Wayne.
96 Conrad Weiser House October 9, 1960
(#66000646)
Womelsdorf
40°21′33″N 76°10′26″W / 40.359167°N 76.173889°W / 40.359167; -76.173889 (Conrad Weiser House)
Berks A home of Johann Conrad Weiser, who enlisted the Iroquois on the British side of the French and Indian War.
97 Benjamin West Birthplace December 21, 1965
(#66000662)
Swarthmore
39°54′18″N 75°21′05″W / 39.905095°N 75.351400°W / 39.905095; -75.351400 (Benjamin West Birthplace)
Delaware Birthplace of Benjamin West who supported artists including Gilbert Stuart and Charles Willson Peale. On campus of Swarthmore College.
98 Woodmont August 5, 1998
(#98001192)
Gladwyne

1622 Spring Mill Rd.

40°03′48″N 75°17′29″W / 40.0634°N 75.2915°W / 40.0634; -75.2915 (Woodmont)
Montgomery Designed by William Lightfoot Price for industrialist Alan Wood, Jr.. Father Divine also lived here.
99 Woodville July 28, 1983
(#74001733)
Heidelberg
South of Heidelberg on Pennsylvania Route 50

40°22′47″N 80°05′47″W / 40.3797°N 80.0964°W / 40.3797; -80.0964 (Woodville)
Allegheny Home of John Neville, tax collector during the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794.
100 Andrew Wyeth Studio and Kuerner Farm June 23, 2011
(#11000564)
Chadds Ford Township
39°52′09″N 75°34′32″W / 39.8692°N 75.5756°W / 39.8692; -75.5756 (Andrew Wyeth Studio and Kuerner Farm)
Delaware The Kuerner Farm was the inspiration for more than 1,000 Wyeth paintings over a 64-year period. Listing expanded (and renamed) in 2014 to include the studio of Andrew Wyeth.
101 N. C. Wyeth House and Studio December 9, 1997
(#97001680)
Chadds Ford Township
39°51′59″N 75°35′09″W / 39.866342°N 75.585785°W / 39.866342; -75.585785 (N. C. Wyeth House and Studio)
Delaware Home and studio of painter N.C. Wyeth and family. Managed by the Brandywine River Museum.
102 W. A. Young and Sons Foundry and Machine Shop December 23, 2016
(#100000839)
Rices Landing
39°56′59″N 79°59′57″W / 39.949679°N 79.999268°W / 39.949679; -79.999268 (W. A. Young and Sons Foundry and Machine Shop)
Greene

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  2. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  3. ^ General Orders, 23 September 1777 from the National Archives.
  4. ^ http://www.doi.gov/news/pressreleases/AMERICAS-GREAT-OUTDOORS-Secretary-Salazar-Designates-Four-National-Historic-Landmarks.cfm NHL announcement

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  • National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  • Pennsylvania's Cultural Resources Geographic Information System
  • Listings at NationalRegisterofHistoricalPlaces.com