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Indiana County Communities

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    Armagh Borough

    Located in East Wheatfield Township Route 22. Learn More.

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    Armstrong Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Banks Township

    Named after William Banks, a well-known Indiana attorney. Learn More.

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    Black Lick Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Blairsville Borough

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

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    Brush Valley Township

    Located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Route 56 and Pennsylvania Route 259. Learn More.

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    Buffington Township

    Split from Pine Township in 1867 and was named after Judge Joseph Buffington. Learn More.

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    Burrell Township

    Formed from Black Lick Township in 1853, named after Judge Burrell. Learn More.

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    Canoe Township

    Named after Canoe Creek, which was so-called because its mouth on Mahoning Creek was traditionally the head of canoe navigation. Learn More.

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    Center Township

    Named for its position within the county. Learn More.

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    Cherryhill Township

    Named for Cherry Hill Manor which was surveyed to the Penns. Learn More.

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    Cherry Tree Borough

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

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    Clymer Borough

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

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    Conemaugh Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Creekside Borough

    Borough in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Ernest Borough

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

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    Glen Campbell Borough

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

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    Grant Township

    Formed when the eastern half of the original Mahoning Township was divided in 1868 and named after President Ulysses S. Grant. Learn More.

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    Green Township

    Formed from Wheatfield Township around 1816 and was named for the great evergreen forests covering the area. 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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    Indiana Borough

    Borough in and the county seat of Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    East Mahoning Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    North Mahoning Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    South Mahoning Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    West Mahoning Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Marion Center Borough

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

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    Montgomery Township

    Named in honor of John Montgomery, an early settler of Conemaugh Township and a noted Revolutionary War veteran who owned a large tract of land in present Montgomery County. Learn More.

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    Pine Township

    Township in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Learn More.

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    Plumville Borough

    Originally named for the presence of wild plum trees. 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.