Jimmy Stewart

Hometown of Jimmy Stewart

The Christmas Tree Capital of the World

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Hometown of Jimmy Stewart

The Christmas Tree Capital of the World

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Indiana County Communities

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    Armagh

    Located in East Wheatfield Township Route 22. Learn More.

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    Blairsville

    Founded in 1818 at the junction of the Northern Turnpike and the Conemaugh River. Learn More.

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    Cherry Tree

    Cherry Tree borough was originally known as Canoe Place and wasn't inhabited until 1822. Learn More.

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    Clymer

    The town was founded in 1905 and named in honor of George Clymer. Learn More.

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    Commodore

    Founded in 1919 by the Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. Learn More.

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    Downtown Indiana, Inc.

    Walk, shop, dine, enjoy festivals and parades in Downtown Indiana. Learn More.

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    Ernest

    Originally a small coal-mining town built by R&P Coal Company. Learn More.

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    Glen Campbell

    The first coal town in Indiana County — founded in 1889. Learn More.

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    Heilwood

    Construction began by John Heisley Weaver in 1904. Learn More.

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    Homer City

    The history of Homer City dates back to the mid-1700s. Learn More.

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    Iselin

    Venture east on Rt. 286 through Clarksburg to Rt. 3021 into Iselin. Learn More.

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    Marion Center

    In September 1841, John Park, the landowner of "Marion," laid out the Village of "Marion." Learn More.

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    McIntyre

    McIntyre was one of more than a dozen coal mining company towns developed by the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company. Learn More.

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    Saltsburg

    Saltsburg was founded by Andrew Boggs in 1816. Learn More.

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    Shelocta

    Shelocta Borough was formerly Sharp's Mills in 1822. Learn More.

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    Smicksburg

    Step back into time as you travel to Northern Indiana County, home of a large Amish population which has grown to over 800 settlers since 1961. Learn More.