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The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Greene County, Pennsylvania ... the United States government's official list of districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects deemed worthy of preservation. A property listed in the National Register, or located within a National Register Historic District, may qualify for tax incentives derived from the total value of expenses incurred preserving the property.

Current Listings (August 2016):
This is presumed to be a complete listing of Greene County properties that are currently on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania, United States. As of October 2011, there are 44 properties listed on the National Register for Greene County. (Most photos courtesy of en.wikipedia.org)
(Source of information: en.wikipedia.org)
  LANDMARK NAME IMAGE DATE LISTED LOCATION MUNICIPALITY
1 Alexander V. Boughner House
#95000114
March 9, 1995 Junction of Second & Minor Streets
39º47'30"N 79º54'51"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: The 'Alexander V. Boughner House' was built about 1857, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay, "I"-plan dwelling in the Greek Revival style. It has a rear kitchen ell. The front facade features a small entry porch with a hipped roof supported by four square columns.

2 Morrisville Bridge
#88000766
June 22, 1988 Carries PA Route 188 over Ten Mile Creek within Morrisville
39º54'8.28"N 80º9'20.4"W.
The bridge was replaced in 2016-17 with a wider bridge, and a new railroad bridge with double tracks just above it. (Construction continues into mid-2017)
Franklin
Township
  Comment on above site: This historic 'Morrisville Bridge' open-spandrel stone arch bridge is located at Franklin Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 132-foot-long (40 m), open spandrel, concrete arch bridge constructed in 1919-1920. It crosses Ten Mile Creek.

3 Carmichaels Covered Bridge
#79003815
June 22, 1979 Old Town Road & Muddy Creek
39º53'55"N 79º58'38"
Carmichaels
Borough
  Comment on above site: The Carmichaels Covered Bridge, a historic wooden covered bridge located at Carmichaels in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 64-foot-long (20 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a raised seam tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1889 & restored in 1988. It crosses Muddy Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County.

4 Colver-Rogers Farmstead
#03001191
November 21, 2003 East of State Route 1011 at Township 159, north of Jefferson
39º56'29"N 80*#186;3'41"W
Morgan
Township
  Comment on above site: Colver-Rogers Farmstead, also known as the Norval P. Rogers House, is a historic home located at Morgan Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The original section was built in 1830, and is a two-story, stone dwelling, with a two-story stone kitchen wing, in a vernacular Greek Revival-style. The house was modified about 1906, with the addition of a gambrel roof and rambling porch with Colonial Revival-style design elements. Also on the property is a bank barn (c. 1880) and large wash house (c. 1906).

5 John Corbley Farm
#84003380
June 22, 1979 North of Garards Fort
39º49'32"N 80º1'33"W
Greene
Township
  Comment on above site: The John Corbley Farm is the site of the Corbly Massacre Monument in Garards Fort Cemetery - a roadside marker east of Garard's Fort dedicated on May 23 1958.

6 John Minor Crawford House
#95000122
July 27, 1995 State Route 2014 in Glassworks
39º48'4"N 79º54'50"W
Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: The 'John Minor Crawford House' also known as Slave Gallant, a historic home built about 1796, the house has a two-story, five four bay, brick dwelling on a stone foundation and a gable roof. It's builder, Rev. John Corbly (1733-1803), was a founder of the local Baptist church and rebel associated with the Whiskey Rebellion. In 1782, his family was massacred in the Corbly Family Massacre.[2] The farm name of 'Slave Gallant' derived from Slieve Gallion in Ireland, which was nearby where John Corbley was born and raised before emigrating to Pennsylvania.

7 William Crawford House
#92001496
November 12, 1992 Off the junction of Brown's Ferry Road and Stevenson's Lane, east of Carmichaels
39º53'39"N 79º56'57"W
Cumberland
Township
  Comment on above site: The 'William Crawford House' is a historic home located at Cumberland Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1815, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay log building. It has a gable roof and sits on a rubblestone foundation. It has a 1-1/2-story, rear kitchen ell. The logs are dovetailed.

8 William Cree House
#01000678
July 15, 2002 Western side of State Route 1011, 0.1 miles (0.16 km) north of Pennsylvania Route 21
39º53'29"N 80º2'46"W
Jefferson
Township
  Comment on above site: The 'William Cree House' is a historic home located at Jefferson Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1792, and is a two story, three bay, banked stone dwelling. A two-story, log house built in 1847, was moved and attached to the house about 1974. Also on the property is a banked stone spring house built in 1782.

9 Davis, Horn, Overholtzer Bridge
#79002354
June 22, 1979 Southeast of Fairfield
40º0'29"N 80*#186;3'45"W
Morgan
Township
  Comment on above site: The 'Horn or Horn Davis or Overholtzer Bridge' was a historic wooden covered bridge located in Morgan Township in Greene County and West Bethlehem Township in Washington County, Pennsylvania. It was a 96-foot-long (29 m), Burr Arch truss bridge constructed in 1889. It crossed Ten Mile Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County.[2] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[1] It is designated as a historic bridge by the Washington County History & Landmarks Foundation. The bridge collapsed in March 1994, and has not been replaced or rebuilt.

10 Eberhart—Gabler House
#9500123
No Photo Available July 27, 1995 State Route 2033 in Glassworks, PA Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: 'Eberhart—Gabler House', also know as Building 224 (Army Corps Historic Buildings Survey). Period of significance: 1825-1849, 1800-1824; privately owned, sinble dwelling, domestic. Currently vacant/not in use.

11 Fisher Site Field (36GR21)
#82001536
November 15, 1982 Off Camp Resort Road along Enlow Fork Wheeling Creek, south of West Finley
39º57'36"N 80º28'0"W[5]
Richhill
Township
  Comment on above site: The 'Fisher Site' is an archaeological site in northwestern Greene County, Pennsylvania, United States. Located along a tributary of Wheeling Creek in northern Richhill Township, it was once occupied by a Monongahela village. It has been ranked as one of southwestern Pennsylvania's most important locations for prehistoric preservation.

12 Richard T. Foley Site (36GR52)
#84003385
May 10, 1984 Along Job Creek, southwest of Holbrook
39º49'50.7"N 80º22'53.904"W[6]
Jackson
Township
  Comment on above site: The Foley Site is an archaeological site that was once a village of the Monongahela culture of Native Americans.

13 Glassworks-Core House
#95000120
July 27, 1995 State Route 2014 in Glassworks
39º48'0"N 79º54'48"W
Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: 'Glassworks--Core House', also know as the Reppert/Kramer House and Building 302-B (Army Corps Historic Buildings Survey). Period of Significance: 1850-1874, 1825-1849, 1800-1824. It was built about 1820, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay, vernacular timber frame dwelling. It has an "I"-plan, rear kitchen addition, and a shed roofed porch added in the 20th century. The house was possibly built as part of the "New Geneva Glass Works Lot." Currently vacant/not-in-use.

14 Glassworks-Gabler House
#95000121
July 27, 1995 State Route 2014 in Glassworks
39º48'0"N 79º54'48"W
Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: 'Glassworks--Gabler House', also know as Building 302-A (Army Corps Historic Buildings Survey). Period of Significance: 1850-1874, 1825-1849, 1800-1824. It was built about 1810, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay, vernacular log dwelling. It sits on a rubblestone foundation. It has a rear kitchen addition added in the 20th century. The house was possibly built as part of the "New Geneva Glass Works Lot" for Albert Gallatin, an original member of the New Geneva Glassworks. Domestic, privately owned, single dwelling. Currently vacant/not-in-use.

15 George West Gordon Farm
#00000965
August 24, 2000 333 Mary Hoge Road, 0.3 miles (0.48 km) southwest of Gordon Hill
39º51'6"N 80º9'24"W
Franklin &
Whiteley
Townships
  Comment on above site: The George W. Gordon Farm is a historic home and farm located at Whiteley Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The farmhouse was built in 1879, and is a two-story, five bay brick dwelling in the Italianate style. It features a one-story, three bay porch added about 1920. Also on the property are a number of contributing farm outbuildings.

16 Greene Academy
#76001643


December 12, 1976 (Old Town Carmichaels) 314 North Market Street
39º53'58"N 79º58'38"W
Carmichaels
Borough
  Comment on above site: Established in 1820 by Act of Legislature, aided by a State grant of $2,000 and public subscriptions, until 1860, it was a leading academy west of the mountains. Greene Academy, now known as the Greene Academy of Art, is a historic school building located at Carmichaels in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 2 1/2-story stone and brick building with a gable roof. The stone section was built about 1790 as a, Episcopal church and the brick section was added in 1810. A notable Academy graduate was politician Albert B. Cummins (1850-1926). The Academy closed in 1893, and the building was subsequently used for a Grand Army of the Republic and apartments. The building underwent restoration in the mid-1970s to house the Greene Academy of Art.

17 Greene Hills Farm
#73001634
(Greene County Historical Museum)
April 23, 1973 3.5 miles east of Waynesburg on PA Route 21
39º53'20"N 80º7'29"W
Franklin
Township
  Comment on above site: Greene Hills Farm also known as the Greene County Historical Museum, is a historic home built in 1861, as a 2-1/2-story, nine bay by four bay, brick dwelling with a gable roof in the Georgian style. It was expanded in the 1880s with a 2 1/2-story, brick addition with a gable roof. Another 2 1/2-story addition was built about 1900. It was the county home for the aged from the 1880s through 1964 when it closed its doors. It was renovated starting in 1969, to house the Greene County Historical Society museum collection and library Originally built as the county’s poor farm, which was a home and workplace for indigent men. Constructed in the 1860’s, the museum has 52 rooms is operated by the Greene County Historical Society.

18 Greensboro Historic District
#95000118
November 7, 1995 Roughly bounded by County, Second, Walnut, Front & Clear Streets and the Monongahela River
39º47'29"N 79º54'45"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: The village of “Delight”, as Greensboro was initially known, was so named by the Mingo Indians in recognition of the rich farmland stretching along the banks of the Monongahela River. The Greensboro Historic District is a defined area of 14 acres (57,000 m2) with a concentration of buildings, structures, and sites that contribute to the significance of the Borough in terms of its importance in industry, commerce, architecture, archeology, and transportation. While the District’s industrial and transportation significance are largely contained in the 19th century, its commercial and architectural significance extends into the early 20th century. In addition to the identified boundaries of the District, an additional 5 buildings within the Borough are also included as having historical significance.

19 Greensboro Public School
#95000113
March 9, 1995 Junction of Second & Clear Streets
39º47'36"N 79º54'45"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: Children living within Greensboro Borough — attend schools within the Southeastern Greene School District.

20 Grimes Covered Bridge
#79003820
June 22, 1979 On Green Valley Road spans Ruff Creek in Washington Township off Pennsylvania Route 221 at the crossing of Ruff Creek, north of Waynesburg, PA
39º57'16"N 80º9'35"W
Washington
Township
  Comment on above site: Grimes Covered Bridge was a historic wooden covered bridge located in Washington Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was a 31.75-foot-long (9.68 m), King post truss bridge with a tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1888. It crossed Ruff Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. In November 1992 it was destroyed in a fire, burned down by vandals and never rebuilt.

21 Hamilton-Ely Farmstead
#06000098
March 2, 2006 1055 Sugar Run Road, Waynesburg, PA
39º50'17"N 80º10'43"W
Whiteley
Township
  Comment on above site: Hamilton-Ely Farmstead, also known as the Evelyn Minor House, is a historic home located at Whiteley Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The house was built about 1835 by Jack Hamilton, and is a two-story, five-bay dwelling with a gable roof and blend of Federal, Greek Revival, and Colonial Revival-style details. The front facade features a two-story porch with Tuscan order columns. Also on the property are a contributing barn (c. 1930), spring house (c. 1803), wash house (c. 1870), and drive-through corn crib (1872-1874).

22 Hanna Hall
#79002235
April 18, 1979 College Street
39º53'58"N 80º11'13"W
Waynesburg
Borough
  Comment on above site: Hanna Hall is a historic building located on the campus of Waynesburg University at Waynesburg in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is located directly to the west of Miller Hall. It was built in 1851, and is a three-story, rectangular red brick building in the Federal-style. It has a gable roof topped by a wooden bell tower. It was named for Reverend William Hanna in 1896. The building has housed offices, classrooms, an elementary school, and dormitory. Completely renovated and restored in 1990, the building now houses state-of-the-art business technology. On May 18, 1991, the Piatt Center in Hanna Hall was dedicated. Hanna Hall contains classrooms and offices of the Department of Business Administration and Public Service Administration. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. It is included in the Waynesburg Historic District.

23 Charles Grant Heasley House
#91000091
February 21, 1991 75 Sherman Avenue in the Bonar Addition, east of Waynesburg
39º53'50"N 80º10'30"W
Franklin
Township
  Comment on above site: Charles Grant Heasley House is a historic home located at Franklin Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was built between 1903 and 1905, and is a three-story, square brick building with a slate covered hipped roof. It measures approximately 42 feet by 42 feet, and sits on a stone foundation. The roofline features four chimneys, four spires, a pinnacle with finial, and six dormers. The house is representative of the Châteauesque style.

24 Thomas Hughes House
#72001124
December 27, 1972 Hatfield Street, north of Jefferson
39º55'58"N 80º3'36"W
Jefferson
Township
  Comment on above site: Hughes House is a historic home build in 1814 of hand cut stone, and is a 2-1/2 story, three bay, banked stone dwelling. It has a small 1-1/2-story extension and a steeply pitched gable roof. It was used as a station for the underground railroad. In 2008 it was is restored by the State of Pennsylvania and was used as a Reading Center/Library until 2013 when state budget cuts forced the reading center/library to close. It currently sits empty.

25 James Jones House
#95000112
March 9, 1995 Junction of Front and Stone Streets
39º47'37"N 79º54'41"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: James Jones House is a historic home located at Greensboro in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1879, and is a 2 1/2-story, three bay, "I"-plan brick dwelling in the Italianate style. A front porch in the Colonial Revival style was added about 1900 and a 1 1/2-story frame addition was built about 1950. The house features a shallow pitched roof with wide eaves and tall, arched windows with raised brick crowns.

26 Thomas Kent, Jr., Farm
#00000882 &
August 16, 2000 208 Laurel Road, south of Waynesburg
39º52'31"N 80º10'13"'W
Franklin
Township
  Comment on above site: Thomas Kent, Jr., Farm is a historic home and farm located at Franklin Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The house was built about 1851, and is a 2 1/2-story, brick dwelling with a 2-story rear ell in the Greek Revival style. It measures 43 feet by 36 feet. Also on the property are the contributing frame barn (c. 1850), corn crib (c. 1850), shed (c. 1920), two car garage (c. 1928), and pond (c. 1928).

27 King Covered Bridge
#79003816
June 22, 1979 South of Kuhntown at the crossing of Hoover Run near Brave, PA
39º45'25.2"N 80º16'21"W
Wayne
Township
  Comment on above site: King Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Wayne Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It crosses over Hover Run, and is a 46.5-foot-long (14.2 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a tin covered gable roof. Build in 1890, restored in 2005; as of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges remaining in Greene County.

28 Lippincott (Cox Farm) Covered Bridge
#79003823
June 22, 1979 Off Pennsylvania Route 221 at the crossing of Ruff Creek, northeast of Waynesburg
39º56'36"N 80º7'35"W
Morgan
Township
  Comment on above site: Lippincott Covered Bridge (also known as Cox Farm Covered Bridge) is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Morgan Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 27.75-foot-long (8.46 m), King post truss bridge with a shingle covered gable roof, constructed in 1943. It crosses Ruff Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. Constructed in 1940, south of Jefferson on Kennel Road.

29 Marion Albert Gallatin Memorial Bridge
#88000841
(Point Marion Bridge)

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June 22, 1988 Pennsylvania Route 88 over the Monongahela River
39º44'22"N 79º54'19"W
Dunkard
Township
  Comment on above site: The Albert Gallatin Memorial Bridge (also known as the Point Marion Bridge) was a historically significant bridge due to the relatively unusual cantilever steel-truss design with open-grid metal flooring that carried vehicular traffic across the Monongahela River on PA-88 in southwestern Greene County. Built in 1930 to replace a ferry, it connected Point Marion in Fayette County and Dunkard Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania; and rehabilitated in 1976. The bridge was named in honor of U.S. Senator Albert Gallatin, a longtime U.S. Treasury Secretary and diplomat, whose Friendship Hill homestead is nearby. It was replaced by the new Point Marion Bridge in October 2009. The old bridge was imploded on November 16, 2009.

29 Mason & Dixon Survey Terminal Point
#73001922
June 25, 1973 2.25 miles (3.62 km) northeast of Pentress on Monongalia County Route 39
39º43'16"N 80º7'7"W
Perry
Township
  Comment on above site: Mason and Dixon Survey Terminal Point is a historic marker located near Pentress, West Virginia, United States. Located on the boundary between Monongalia County, West Virginia and Greene County, Pennsylvania,[1] it identifies the terminal station established by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon on Brown's Hill on October 19, 1767. The stone placed on Brown's Hill in 1883 in the mound of 1767, marks the westernmost point reached by Mason and Dixon in delineating the common boundaries of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia (now West Virginia), and known as the Mason–Dixon line.

30 McClelland-Grimes Farm
#03001191
> June 28, 2010 844 Craynes Run Rd.
39º57'14&34;N 80º8'58"W
Morgan and
Washington
Townships
  Comment on above site: McClelland-Grimes Farm is a historic farm located at Morgan Township and Washington Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The contributing resources are the brick main house (c. 1873), brick combination ice house / smoke house, timber frame barn (1883), wood frame sheep barn (c. 1890), wood frame wash house (c. 1910), early 20th century corn crib, wood frame scale shed (c. 1940), mid-20th century balloon frame poultry house, poured concrete cistern, and walled spring. The surrounding farm property is a contributing site.

31 Miller Hall
#78002405
April 14, 1978 51 West College Street
39º53'58"N 80º11'17"W
Waynesburg
Borough
  Comment on above site: Miller Hall is a historic building located on the campus of Waynesburg University at Waynesburg in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is located directly to the east of Hanna Hall. It was built between 1879 and 1899, and is a three-story, brick and sandstone building in the Second Empire-style. It has a mansard roof and measures 158 feet long and 54 feet wide, with a 86 feet long and 50 feet wide cross-section. It was named for Alfred Brashear Miller, President of Waynesburg College from 1859 to 1899. The building has housed administrative offices, classrooms, a laboratory, library, and chapel. The building also houses Alumni Hall and the "Martin Room".

32 James Parreco House
#95000115
March 9, 1995 Junction of Walnut and Second Streets
39º47'34"N 79º54'47"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: The James Parreco House is a historic home located at Greensboro in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1910, and is a 2 1/2-story, two bay sandstone dwelling, with Prairie Style design elements. It has a hipped roof with wide waves and a one-story front porch with massive brick supports.

33 Peters-Graham House
#95000116
March 9, 1995 Junction of Walnut and Second Streets
39º47'34"N 79º54'47"W
Greensboro
Borough
  Comment on above site: Peters-Graham House is a historic home located at Greensboro in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The first section was built about 1859, and is a one-story, single pen log dwelling, measuring 15 feet by 13 feet. Attached to it is a 18 feet by 13 feet timber frame addition built in the mid- to late-19th century. The two sections are covered by a shallow pitched roof. A shed roofed kitchen was added in the mid-20th century. It was built by Robert Peters, an African American and freed slave who worked in the local potteries.

34 Neils Red Covered Bridge
#79003817
June 22, 1979 East of Garards Fort at the crossing of Whiteley Creek
39º48'43"N 80º0'50"W
Greene
Township
  Comment on above site: Neils Red Covered Bridge was a historic wooden covered bridge in Greene Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It was a 86-foot-long (26 m), Burr Truss bridge with a tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1900. It crossed Whiteley Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979; and was destroyed in an arson fire on June 19, 1990.

35 Reppert-Gabler House
#95000117
July 27, 1995 State Route 2014 in Glassworks
39º47'58"N 79º54'49"W
Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: Reppert-Gabler House, also known as Building 314A, is a historic home located at Monongahela Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The original section was built about 1810, and is a 2 1/2-story, four bay, brick dwelling in a vernacular Federal-style. An addition was built about 1880, and has Italianate-style details. The house is associated with the New Geneva Glassworks.

36 John Rex Farm
#98000443
May 8, 1998 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of Jefferson on Pennsylvania Route 188
39º56'22"N 80º3'0"W
Jefferson
Township
  Comment on above site: John Rex Farm, also known as Goodwin/Strickler Farm, is a historic home and farm located at Jefferson Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The main house was built about 1874, and is a 1 1/2-story, frame dwelling with a steeply pitched gable roof in the Gothic Revival style. The house was renovated in 1990, at which time a full basement was added. Also on the property are the contributing summer kitchen (c. 1865), barn (c. 1870), carriage house (c. 1870), smokehouse (c. 1870), and a wrought iron fence (c. 1910).

37 Rices Landing Historic District
#92001723
December 24, 1992 Roughly bounded by the Monongahela River, Water, Second, Bayard, Carmichael, High, Main and Ferry including Pumpkin Run Peak
39º56'57"N 80º0'0"W
Rices
Landing
Borough
  Comment on above site: Rice's Landing Historic District is a national historic district located at Rice's Landing, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 63 contributing buildings, 4 contributing sites, and 5 contributing structures in the borough of Rice's Landing. The district is dominated by one- to two-story examples of vernacular Victorian, Colonial Revival, and American Craftsman style buildings. Notable non-residential buildings include the Methodist Episcopal Church (1873), brick jail (1850s), W.A. Young & Sons Foundry & Machine Shop, Excelsior Pottery, Rice's Landing National Bank building, Hughes store, and the Nash-Rambler Garage. Contributing structures include the remains of Monongahela River Lock Number 6, concrete bridge (1914), railroad bridge (1913), railroad tunnel (1913), and Dilworth Mine related structures. Built circa 1900, the W.A. Young & Sons Foundry & Machine Shop is contributing property to the Rice's Landing Historic District. Click here for May 2014 grant award to protect the W.A. Young & Sons Machine Shop and Foundry.

38 Scott Covered Bridge
#79003819
June 22, 1979 Covered Bridge Road off Pennsylvania Route 21 at the crossing of Ten Mile Creek, west of Rogersville
39º53'15"N 80º19'33"W
Center
Township
  Comment on above site: Built in 1885 by William Lang; Scott Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Center Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 41-foot-long (12 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a raised seam tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1885. It crosses Ten Mile Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. In 2008 in the process of restoring the bridge began.

39 Shriver Covered Bridge
#79003821
June 22, 1979 South of Rogersville at the crossing of Harqus Creek
39#&186;51'9"N 80º16'46"W
Center
Township
  Comment on above site: Shriver Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Center Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 40-foot-long (12 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1900. It crosses Harqus Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. Shriver covered bridge received a face-lift in 2011.

40 Sugar Grove Petroglyph Site (36GR5)
#86000476
March 20, 1986 Off Pennsylvania Route 88, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) northwest of its bridge over Whiteley Creek
39º49'36"N 79º57'40"W[8]
Monongahela
Township
  Comment on above site: The Sugar Grove Petroglyphs are a group of petroglyphs in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Located on an outcrop of sandstone in Monongahela Township near the eastern edge of Greene County, the petroglyphs have been known since at least the 1930s. Due to their value as an archaeological site, the petroglyphs have been named a historic site.

41 Ernest Thralls House
(Major Thralls Mansion)
#99000513
May 12, 1999 Pennsylvania Route 218 at Township Routes 353 and 522, south of Spraggs
39º45'8"N 80º13'9"W
Wayne
Township
  Comment on above site: Ernest Thralls House is a historic home located at Wayne Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. The house was built in 1939-1940, and is a 2 1/2-story, concrete block dwelling in the Spanish Revival-style. It measures 64 feet wide and 51 feet deep, and has terraces on the front and rear. Also on the property are a contributing tenant house (c. 1940), three sheds, a horse barn, open sheep shed, pig shed, and chicken coop.[2] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Referred to as the Major Thralls Mansion, was built in 1938-39 with Ernest W. Thralls as contractor; due to longwall mining in the area, the mansion was structurally damaged and torn down in approximately 2007.

42 Waynesburg Historic District
#84003392
March 1, 1984 Roughly bounded by 2nd Alley, Cherry Avenue, East and Bowlby Streets
39º53'51"N 80º11'18"W
Waynesburg
Borough
  Comment on above site: Waynesburg Historic District is a national historic district located at Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 183 contributing buildings in the central business district and surrounding residential areas of Waynesburg. The buildings include notable examples of High Victorian Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne, and Georgian Revival style architecture. Notable non-residential buildings include 10 buildings associated with Waynesburg University, 7 churches, the Greene County Courthouse, Greene County Jail, and Waynesboro Borough Building. Among the buildings at Waynesburg University are the separately listed Hanna Hall and Miller Hall.[2] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Greene Count Courthouse is located along High Street in downtown Waynesburg; built in 1850 and is part of the Waynesburg Historic District.

43 White Covered Bridge
#79003822
June 22, 1979 Roberts Run Road, west of Garards Fort at the crossing of Whiteley Creek
39º48'24"N 80^#186;03'39"W
Greene
Township
  Comment on above site: White Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Greene Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. Built in 1919 and restored in 2008; is the longest of the queenpost structures located within Greene County; a 66.5-foot-long (20.3 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a gable roof, constructed in 1919. It crosses Whiteley Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

44 Nettie Woods Covered Bridge
#79003818
June 22, 1979 North of Oak Forest at the crossing of Pursley Creek
39º51'46.8"N 80º14'4"W
Center
Township
  Comment on above site: Nettie Woods Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge located at Center Township in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 40-foot-long (12 m), Queenpost truss bridge with a tin covered gable roof, constructed in 1882. It crosses Pursley Creek. As of October 1978, it was one of nine historic covered bridges in Greene County.[2] Serving as the oldest covered bridge that remains standing in Greene County, this bridge was names for Edward (Ned or Neddie) W. Wood, a Civil War veteran who owned the land on which the bridge was built in 1882. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Restored in 2005.
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Historic Markers: (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
This list is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers place in Greene County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). THe location sof the historical markers, as well as the latitude & longitude coordinates as provided by PHMC, are included below in the listing where available. Greene County currently has ten historical markers.
MARKER TITLE IMAGE DATE DEDICATED LOCATION MARKER TYPE TOPICS
Fort Jackson February 23, 1955 E. High Street at Woodland Avenue, Waynesburg, PA
(missing)
Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military
  Comment on above marker:
Fort Swan No Photo Available n/a PA 88, south of Dry Tavern
(missing)
Roadside Forts, Military
  Comment on above marker:
Garards Fort May 23, 1958 SR 2011, .6 miles E of Garard's Fort Roadside American Revolution, Forts, Military, Native American
  Comment on above marker: The Corbly Family Massacre refers to the massacre of members of the family of the Rev. John Corbly by Indians on May 10, 1782. Click here for additional history about the Corbly family.
Greene Academy May 23, 1958 PA Route 88, near intersection of Greene & Vine Streets, Carmichaels Borough Education
  Comment on above marker: Greene Academy, now known as the Greene Academy of Art, is a historic school building located at Carmichaels in Greene County, Pennsylvania. It is a 2 1/2-story stone and brick building with a gable roof. The stone section was built about 1790 as a, Episcopal church and the brick section was added in 1810. A notable Academy graduate was politician Albert B. Cummins (1850-1926). The Academy closed in 1893, and the building was subsequently used for a Grand Army of the Republic and apartments. The building underwent restoration in the mid-1970s to house the Greene Academy of Art.
Greene County May 3, 1982 County Courthouse, 10 E. High Street, Waynesburg, PA
39.89635ºN 80.18678ºW
Countyseat
Waynesburg Borough
Government, Politics, 18th Century
  Comment on above marker: Greene County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and is part of the Pittsburgh DMA. As of 2010, the population was 38,686. Greene County was created on February 9, 1796, from part of Washington County and named for General Nathanael Greene. Greene County is part of the area in southwestern Pennsylvania that was formerly claimed by Virginia, the District of West Augusta. Its county seat is Waynesburg.
Monongahela College May 08, 1960 PA 188 at Green & Pine Streets in Jefferson Roadside
The first Baptist College in western PA, founded in Jefferson, Greene County, in 1867. It operated in this building, erected in 1871, until it closed in 1894. It was used as the high school in Jefferson until it was torn down in 1956.
Education, Religion
  Comment on above marker:
Old Glassworks March 28, 1955 SR 2014, Greensboro, PA Roadside Business & Industry, Glass
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John Corbley Memorial November 15, 1994 SR 2011 between Fordyce & Garards Fort, PA Roadside Government & Politics, 18th Century Politics, Military, Religion, Whiskey Rebellion
  Comment on above marker: The Corbly Family Massacre refers to the massacre of members of the family of the Rev. John Corbly by Indians on May 10, 1782. The massacre occurred on Sunday morning, May 10, 1782... click here for more on the massacre history.
Ryerson's Blockhouse No Photo Available October 17, 1960 PA Rt 21 at Wind Ridge, PA Roadside
Near here stood one of three blockhouses erected by Captain James Paul's company in 1792, during the State's last troubles with the Indians. On April 17, 1792, soldiers carrying supplies from the Thomas Ryerson mill clashed with an Indian war party attacking the white settlements
Native American
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Waynesburg College
converted to University in 2008
January 6, 1949 US Rt 19 at N. Morris & W. College Streets, Monument Park, Waynesburg, PA Roadside Education, Religion
  Comment on above marker: Waynesburg University is a private university located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, USA. The university offers graduate and undergraduate programs in more than 70 academic concentrations, and enrolls over 2,500 students, including approximately 1,500 undergraduates. Waynesburg University was founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Waynesburg University is located on a contemporary campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three adult centers located in the Pittsburgh regions of Southpointe, North Hills and Monroeville. Hanna Hall and Miller Hall are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. http://www.waynesburg.edu/who-we-are
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