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Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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The county was created on March 12, 1800, from parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties. It took its name from the Beaver River.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Boroughs, Townships & Communities

  • Aliquippa
  • Ambridge
  • Baden
  • Beaver (County Seat)
  • Beaver Falls
  • Big Beaver
  • Bridgewater
  • Brighton
  • Byersdale
  • Cannelton
  • Center
  • Chippewa
  • Conway
  • Darlington
  • Daugherty
  • East Rochester
  • Eastvale
  • Economy
  • Ellwood City (part)
  • Fallston
  • First Moon (Extinct)
  • Fombell
  • Frankfort Springs
  • Franklin
  • Freedom
  • Frisco
  • Georgetown
  • Glasgow
  • Greene
  • Gringo
  • Hanover
  • Harmony
  • Harshaville
  • Homewood
  • Hookstown
  • Hopewell
  • Independence
  • Industry
  • Kobuta
  • Koppel
  • Marion
  • Midland
  • Monaca
  • Moon (Extinct)
  • New Brighton
  • New Galilee
  • New Sewickley
  • North Sewickley
  • Ohioville
  • Patterson
  • Patterson Heights
  • Potter
  • Pulaski
  • Raccoon
  • Rochester
  • Second Moon (Extinct)
  • Sewickley (Extinct)
  • Shippingport
  • South Beaver
  • South Heights
  • Vanport (Formerly Borough Township)
  • West Mayfield
  • White

Links

Wikipedia

Beginning Point of the US Public Land Survey

The Bridge in South Beaver Township

The Carnegie Free Library of Beaver Falls

The James Beach Clow House

The William B. Dunlap Mansion

Greersburg Academy

Legionville

The David Littell House

The Merrick Art Gallery

Merrill Lock No. 6

Old Economy Village

Aliquippa Station

The Matthew S. Quay House

The Capt. William Vicary House