List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Fulton County

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Location of Fulton County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the Pennsylvania state historical markers in Fulton County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Fulton County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). The locations of the historical markers, as well as the latitude and longitude coordinates as provided by the PHMC's database, are included below when available. There are 11 historical markers located in Fulton County.[1]

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Historical markers[edit]

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
Big Spring Graveyard TransparentPlaceholder.png November 6, 1989 U.S. 522, 2.8 miles S of McConnellsburg
38°53′24″N 78°00′59″W / 38.89005°N 78.01648°W / 38.89005; -78.01648 (Big Spring Graveyard)
Roadside Native American
Burnt Cabins Burnt Cabins Gristmill Property.jpg June 4, 1947 U.S. 522, .2 mile S of Burnt Cabins, county line
40°04′38″N 77°54′09″W / 40.07735°N 77.90252°W / 40.07735; -77.90252 (Burnt Cabins)
Roadside Native American
Confederate Dead TransparentPlaceholder.png February 10, 1948 Pa. 16, .4 mile SE of McConnellsburg
39°55′26″N 77°59′02″W / 39.92402°N 77.98381°W / 39.92402; -77.98381 (Confederate Dead)
City Civil War, Military
Forbes Road (Raystown Path) TransparentPlaceholder.png February 21, 1952 U.S. 522, .2 mile SW of Burnt Cabins
40°04′39″N 77°54′06″W / 40.07744°N 77.90175°W / 40.07744; -77.90175 (Forbes Road - Raystown Path)
Roadside French & Indian War, Military, Transportation
Fort Littleton - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png July 1, 1924 US 522, 1.2 mile from intersection at Fort Littleton
40°03′48″N 77°57′40″W / 40.06339°N 77.96109°W / 40.06339; -77.96109 (Fort Littleton - PLAQUE)
Plaque Forts, French & Indian War, Governors, Military
Fort Lyttelton TransparentPlaceholder.png June 30, 1967 U.S. 522 at Fort
40°03′48″N 77°57′39″W / 40.06341°N 77.96097°W / 40.06341; -77.96097 (Fort Lyttelton)
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fulton County TransparentPlaceholder.png December 5, 1982 County Courthouse, N. 2nd (U.S. 522) & Market Sts., McConnellsburg
39°56′02″N 77°59′55″W / 39.93399°N 77.99852°W / 39.93399; -77.99852 (Fulton County)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century
Gettysburg Campaign TransparentPlaceholder.png October 23, 1947 Near intersection of Lincoln Way East and Horton St., at E end of McConnellsburg
39°55′44″N 77°59′04″W / 39.92884°N 77.98458°W / 39.92884; -77.98458 (Gettysburg Campaign)
Roadside Civil War, Military
Hunter Mill TransparentPlaceholder.png October 23, 1947 U.S. 522, 5.3 miles S of McConnellsburg at Webster Mills
39°51′35″N 78°02′09″W / 39.85966°N 78.03592°W / 39.85966; -78.03592 (Hunter Mill)
Roadside Buildings, Business & Industry, Mills
Last Confederate Bivouac TransparentPlaceholder.png June 4, 1947 US 522, .6 mile S of McConnellsburg
39°55′14″N 78°00′23″W / 39.9205°N 78.00637°W / 39.9205; -78.00637 (Last Confederate Bivouac)
Roadside Civil War, Military
Last Confederate Bivouac - PLAQUE TransparentPlaceholder.png July 1, 1930 US 522, 1 mile S of McConnellsburg
39°55′14″N 78°00′23″W / 39.92059°N 78.00635°W / 39.92059; -78.00635 (Last Confederate Bivouac - PLAQUE)
Plaque Civil War, Military

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2010-07-19.

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