College Hill (Beaver Falls)

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College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.wikipedia
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Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania

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College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.
Geneva College is located in the College Hill neighborhood on the north side of the city.

Geneva College

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Geneva College is located in the community, and is the namesake of College Hill.
After considering several locations in the Midwest, the denomination chose the College Hill neighborhood of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

College Hill station

Between 1910 and 1985, the College Hill Station provided rail transportation for the residents, but is now abandoned.
The structure was designed by architect Joseph Ladd Neal and built by the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad to help transport goods and passengers in and out of the neighborhood of College Hill in Beaver Falls.

Neighbourhood

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College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.

Pennsylvania

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College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.

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College Hill is a neighborhood located in the northern section of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.

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Geneva College was founded in Northwood, Ohio in 1848, but it moved to northern Beaver County in 1880 after being offered free land by the Harmony Society, which was highly influential in Beaver Falls.

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Geneva College was founded in Northwood, Ohio in 1848, but it moved to northern Beaver County in 1880 after being offered free land by the Harmony Society, which was highly influential in Beaver Falls.

Borough (Pennsylvania)

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After the college was established on land just north of Beaver Falls, a community grew up around it, and in 1892, it was incorporated as the borough of College Hill.

1900 United States Census

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As of the 1900 census, College Hill had a population of about 900.

Track and field

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Since the 1960s, College Hill has become less of an industrial community than previously; the owner of the former Armstrong Cork factory donated the property to the college, which has since built an athletics complex on the site.

2000 United States Census

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At the 2000 census, College Hill had a population of 3,562 residents, more than one-third of the city's total population of 9,920.

1990 United States Census

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Although the population had declined by 78 residents since the 1990 census, or about 2.14% of its total, College Hill fared better than the rest of the city, which lost 767 residents, or about 7.18% of its population, during the same time.

Pennsylvania Route 18

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Pennsylvania Route 18 is the main road through College Hill and provides access to the rest of Beaver Falls in the south and to the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the north.

Pennsylvania Turnpike

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Pennsylvania Route 18 is the main road through College Hill and provides access to the rest of Beaver Falls in the south and to the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the north.

Pennsylvania Route 251

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Pennsylvania Routes 251 and 551 also pass through the community.

Pennsylvania Route 551

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Pennsylvania Routes 251 and 551 also pass through the community.

Richard Bruce Snodgrass

The family lived in the College Hill neighborhood of Beaver Falls.

Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad

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The College Hill neighborhood of Beaver Falls had a small yard located just below Geneva College along the Beaver River.

Eastvale Bridge

Today, it is commonly known as the Eastvale Bridge, or the "Blue" Bridge by Geneva College students, who have a sweeping view of the bridge in the neighborhood of College Hill.