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Historical Places of Beaver County

If you have pictures of a hisotrical site, information about what happened there or about the people involved, or information about the location of a place, please review the rules below, and if your submission qualifies, send me an email.

Beaver County CourthouseBeaverPhotos and History Needed
Billy Rose Archeological SiteMocanePhotos and History Needed
Floris Grain ElevatorFlorisPhotos and History Needed
Gate SchoolGatePhotos and History Needed
Knowles Grain ElevatorKnowlesPhotos and History Needed
Lane CabinBeaverPhotos and History Needed
Lonker Archeological SiteGatePhotos and History Needed
No Man's LandSlapout & ElmwoodPhotos and History Needed
Old Settler's Irrigation DitchRosstonPhotos and History Needed
Presbyterian ChurchBeaverPhotos and History Needed
Sharps Creek Crossing SiteTurpinPhotos and History Needed
Turpin Grain ElevatorTurpinPhotos and History Needed

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