Located in East Wheatfield Township Route 22. Learn More.
Founded in 1818 at the junction of the Northern Turnpike and the Conemaugh River. Learn More.
Cherry Tree borough was originally known as Canoe Place and wasn't inhabited until 1822. Learn More.
The town was founded in 1905 and named in honor of George Clymer. Learn More.
Founded in 1919 by the Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. Learn More.
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Walk, shop, dine, enjoy festivals and parades in Downtown Indiana. Learn More.
Originally a small coal-mining town built by R&P Coal Company. Learn More.
The first coal town in Indiana County — founded in 1889. Learn More.
Construction began by John Heisley Weaver in 1904. Learn More.
The history of Homer City dates back to the mid-1700s. Learn More.
Venture east on Rt. 286 through Clarksburg to Rt. 3021 into Iselin. Learn More.
In September 1841, John Park, the landowner of "Marion," laid out the Village of "Marion." Learn More.
McIntyre was one of more than a dozen coal mining company towns developed by the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company. Learn More.
Saltsburg was founded by Andrew Boggs in 1816. Learn More.
Shelocta Borough was formerly Sharp's Mills in 1822. Learn More.
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.