Butler County, Pennsylvania

Butler CountyButlerButler Counties Butler County, Pennsylvania (Butler County)Butler areaButler County, PAPennsylvaniaSlippery Rock
Butler County is a county in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.wikipedia
559 Related Articles

Butler, Pennsylvania

ButlerButler, PAButler City Council
Its county seat is Butler.
Butler is a city and the county seat of Butler County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.

Saxonburg, Pennsylvania

SaxonburgNuclear Research CenterSaxonburg Borough
It was in Saxonburg that the designer of the Brooklyn Bridge, John Roebling, invented his revolutionary "wire rope."
Saxonburg is a borough (comparable to a town) in Butler County, Pennsylvania in the United States.

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Allegheny CountyAlleghenyAllegheny County Board of Commissioners
Butler County was created on March 12, 1800, from part of Allegheny County and named in honor of General Richard Butler, a hero of the American Revolution.

Pittsburgh-New Castle-Weirton, PA-OH-WV Combined Statistical Area

Pittsburgh metropolitan areaPittsburghPittsburgh, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area
Butler County is part of the Pittsburgh, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Walter Lowrie (politician)

Walter Lowrie
Butler's only U.S. Senator, Walter Lowrie, built a home in 1828 that still stands behind the Butler County Courthouse.
Walter Lowrie (December 10, 1784 – December 14, 1868) was a teacher, farmer, and politician from Butler County, Pennsylvania.

John A. Roebling

John RoeblingJohn Augustus RoeblingRoebling
It was in Saxonburg that the designer of the Brooklyn Bridge, John Roebling, invented his revolutionary "wire rope."
John and Carl purchased 1582 acres (6.4 km²) of land on October 28, 1831, in Butler County, Pennsylvania with the intent to establish a German settlement, to be called Saxonburg.

Butler County Courthouse (Pennsylvania)

Butler County CourthouseButler County Courthouse (Butler, Pennsylvania)
In 1923, President Warren G. Harding's funeral train passed through Butler County on its way back to Washington D.C. John F. Kennedy spoke in front of the Butler County Courthouse during the 1960 United States presidential election.
The Butler County Courthouse is a government building of Butler County located in the county seat, Butler, Pennsylvania.

Moraine State Park

Lake ArthurLake Arthur, PennsylvaniaMoraine
It is the location of Moraine State Park, with the 3000 acre glacial lake, Lake Arthur.
Moraine State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 16725 acre in Brady, Clay, Franklin, Muddy Creek, and Worth townships in Butler County, Pennsylvania, in the United States.

Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

Lawrence CountyLawrenceNew Castle, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area
Lawrence County is also a part of the Pittsburgh-New Castle-Weirton, PA-OH-WV Combined Statistical Area (CSA), which combines the population of Lawrence, as well as the Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Indiana, Washington and Westmoreland county areas in Pennsylvania.

Bull Creek (Allegheny River tributary)

Bull CreekBull Creek (Allegheny River)
Bull Creek is a tributary of the Allegheny River in Allegheny and Butler counties, Pennsylvania in the United States.

Muddy Creek (Slippery Rock Creek tributary)

Muddy CreekMuddy Creek (Slippery Rock Creek)
Muddy Creek is a tributary of Slippery Rock Creek in Butler and Lawrence Counties in Pennsylvania in the United States.

Richard Butler (general)

Richard ButlerRichardGeneral Richard Butler - PLAQUE
Butler County was created on March 12, 1800, from part of Allegheny County and named in honor of General Richard Butler, a hero of the American Revolution.
Butler County, Ohio, where Fort Hamilton stood, is named for Richard Butler, as are Butler County, Kentucky, and Butler County, Pennsylvania.