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Featured Marker:
Kittanning
Dedicated: Thursday, November 28, 1946
County: Armstrong
Marker Type: Roadside
GIS Coordinates: 40.80863-79.51579

Location: US Bus. 422 (S Water Street), at PennDOT highway garage, SE end of Kittanning

Marker Text: The most notable Delaware Indian village west of the Alleghenies, was situated here from about 1730 until destroyed by Armstrong's expedition in 1756. Its name means "great river", applying to the Ohio-Allegheny.
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