Historic Sites

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

    570-727-3614

    Take a self-guided or guided tour through the center and experience the unique collection of Native American art and artifacts that will bring their traditions and culture alive. Extensive exhibits include Native American Regalia, ancient tools, beading styles indigenous to various tribes, and ancient and modern-day pottery. Visit the Gift Shoppe and take a memory home with you.

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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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