Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania

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A  Native  History  of
 
Slippery  Rock
 
The picture is of
Lapowinso , Delaware Chief
by Swedish artist Gustavus Hesselius

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Slippery Rock Creek
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Slippery Rock, Pa.

 
 
1895 History of
 
Butler County Pennsylvania
 
Slippery Rock Township

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Village Called Ginger Hill
 
Newspaper/Date Unknown
By Joan Force
 
Legends Abound Over Origin Of Name
 
S L I P P E R Y       R O C K

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1825   Sesquicentennial   1975
 
H O W
 
S L I P P E R Y    R O C K
 
Got  Its  Name
 
by Jack M. MacDonald

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Why They Called It
 
Slippery  Rock
 
. . . For it was she who gave Slippery Rock its name.

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Palm Beach Post - August 29, 2001
 
What is a Slippery Rock ?

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January 1998  .  .  .  Vol. 2, Issue 1
 
Is there really a slippery rock ?

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The  Where  and  Why of  Slippery  Rock

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The Old Stone House
 
located at the intersections of routes
8, 528, and 173, three miles south of
Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
 
One of Butler County's most
recognized landmarks.

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Haunted  Slippery  Rock
 
Slippery Rock University
*    Miller Auditorium
*    North Hall
McConnell's Mill State Park

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