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Downtown Indiana Historic District

Historic district in Pennsylvania, United States / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Downtown Indiana Historic District is a national historic district located at Indiana in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 86 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site in the central business district and surrounding residential areas of Indiana. The district includes notable examples of buildings in the Italianate, Second Empire, and Queen Anne styles. Notable buildings include the Federal-style William Houston House (c. 1805), Clawson Hotel (c. 1850–1874), Thomas Sutton House, Calvary Presbyterian Church, Zion Lutheran Church, First United Presbyterian Church, and First Methodist Episcopal Church. The contributing site is Memorial Park, established as a burial ground in the early 19th century. Located in the district and listed separately are the Silas M. Clark House, James Mitchell House, Old Indiana County Courthouse, Indiana Borough 1912 Municipal Building, Indiana Armory, and Old Indiana County Jail and Sheriff's Office.[2]

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Downtown Indiana Historic District
Philadelphia Street, August 2010
Downtown Indiana Historic District is located in Pennsylvania
Downtown Indiana Historic District
Downtown Indiana Historic District is located in the United States
Downtown Indiana Historic District
LocationRoughly bounded by Water, 7th and 6th Sts. and Wayne Ave., Indiana, Pennsylvania
Coordinates40°37′20″N 79°9′6″W
Area39.5 acres (16.0 ha)
Builtc. 1805
Architectural styleSecond Empire, Italianate, Queen Anne
NRHP reference No.93000366[1]
Added to NRHPApril 29, 1993

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.[1]