Historic Sites

  1. American Indian Cultural Center/Gift Shop/The Belize Fund
    American Indian Cultural Center/Gift Shop/The Belize Fund
    163 Melsrose Rd., Susquehanna
    Susquehanna County

    570-727-3614

    Our vision is helping others as a nonprofit human services organization that assists American Indians with basic daily living needs, promotes their art and culture, and inspires others to join our efforts; and supports quality education for the children of Belize with resources and materials.

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  2. Center for Anti-Slavery Studies (CASS)
    Center for Anti-Slavery Studies (CASS)
    395 Church St., Montrose
    Susquehanna County

    570-278-3199

    Open by appointment; featuring exhibits and lectures on history of NEPA.

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  3. French Azilum Historic Site Inc.
    French Azilum Historic Site Inc.
    469 Queens Rd., Towanda
    Wyoming County

    570-265-3376

    Located on a bend in the Susquehanna River near present-day Towanda, Pennsylvania, Azilum provided refuge for a group of French exiles in the autumn of 1793.

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  4. Hoover One-Room Schoolhouse
    Hoover One-Room Schoolhouse
    2236 State Route 2014, Clifford Twp.
    Susquehanna County

    570-679-2870

    Visit a restored one room school and view area historical artifacts, sign our black board, read alumni stories and receive a free brochure of the Hoover School's history.

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  5. Oldest House - Laceyville Area Historical Society
    Oldest House - Laceyville Area Historical Society
    297 East Main St., Laceyville
    Wyoming County

    570-869-1679

    Oldest house in four counties; genealogy history events throughout the year.

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