Monuments

  1. 9 Partners Monument
    9 Partners Monument
    Rte. 547, between Kingsley and Harford, Harford
    Susquehanna County

    Commemorates the nine pioneers who settled what is now Harford Twp.

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  2. Christy Mathewson Monument
    Christy Mathewson Monument
    Christy Mathewson Park, behind Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center, College Avenue, Factoryville
    Wyoming County

    A bronze statue of baseball hall of famer Christy Mathewson, who was born in Factoryville in 1880.

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  3. Danny Crisman Memorial Park
    Ridge Road, South Montrose
    Susquehanna County

    A memorial to remember Montrose resident Danny Crisman, who perished in the September 11, 20101 attacks on the World Trade Center. The park honors Danny and all the others who lost their lives that day.

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  4. Dushore Monument
    Rte. 87, downtown Dushore,
    Sullivan County

    Dedicated to the soldiers and sailors of the armed services from Sullivan County who gave their services and lives for our country in the Korean War, World War I, World War II, Civil War, and Vietnam War.

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  5. Mormon Monument and Priesthood Restoration Site
    Mormon Monument and Priesthood Restoration Site
    Rte. 171, between Oakland and Hallstead,
    Susquehanna County

    This Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints site includes a visitors center and meetinghouse, reconstructed homes of Joseph Smith and Isaac Hale, historic woods where John the Baptist restored the priesthood, baptismal site at the Susquehanna River, a trail system, and new sanctuary.

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  6. Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Miners Memorial
    Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Miners Memorial
    South Main Street, Forest City
    Susquehanna County

    A superb and moving tribute to the miners who toiled in the anthracite fields.

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  7. Sullivan's March Memorial
    Tioga and Warren streets, Tunkhannock
    Wyoming County

    A memorial stone plaque of Sullivan's expedition against the Iroquois Indians in 1779.

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  8. Susquehanna County Civil War Monument
    On the Green, Montrose
    Susquehanna County

    Stone tablets surrounding this monument list the names of local soldiers who died between 1861 and 1865.

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  9. Wyoming County Civil War Memorial Dedication Stone
    Wyoming County Courthouse, Warren St., Tunkhannock
    Wyoming County

    In memory of the soldiers and sailors from Wyoming County who fought for the preservation of the Union from 1861-1885.

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