List of Native American archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania

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This is a list of Native American archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania.

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Historic sites in the United States qualify to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places by passing one or more of four different criteria; Criterion D permits the inclusion of proven and potential archaeological sites. [1] Approximately one hundred different sites in Pennsylvania are listed under this criterion, including both Native American and European sites. [2] This list includes all properties in Pennsylvania that qualify under Criterion D due to the presence of Native American artifacts.

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[3] Landmark nameImageLocationCountyCultureComments
1 Archeological Site 36 LY 37 [4] Canfield Island 2.jpg Loyalsock Township: coextensive with Canfield Island
41°14′32″N76°57′11″W / 41.24222°N 76.95306°W / 41.24222; -76.95306 (Archeological Site 36 LY 37)
Lycoming Multiple: Late Archaic through Susquehannock
2 Big and Little Indian Rock Petroglyphs [5] Conestoga Township: in the Susquehanna River, south of Safe Harbor
39°55′15″N76°23′5″W / 39.92083°N 76.38472°W / 39.92083; -76.38472 (Big and Little Indian Rock Petroglyphs)
Lancaster Unknown
3 Book site (36 Jul) [6] Book Site from the road.jpg Beale Township: off Legislative Route 3019
40°28′44.5″N77°30′2.4″W / 40.479028°N 77.500667°W / 40.479028; -77.500667 (Book site (36 Jul))
Juniata Clemson Island
4 Calver Island [7] Swatara Township: in the Susquehanna River, southeast of Harrisburg
40°12′20″N76°48′24″W / 40.20556°N 76.80667°W / 40.20556; -76.80667 (Calver Island)
Dauphin Multiple: Late Archaic through Early Woodland
5 Carbaugh Run Rhyolite Quarry Site (36AD30) [8] Franklin Township: atop Snaggy Ridge, west of Carbaugh Run
39°53′2.4″N77°27′26.4″W / 39.884000°N 77.457333°W / 39.884000; -77.457333 (Carbaugh Run Rhyolite Quarry Site (36AD30))
Adams Multiple: Late Archaic through Early Woodland
6 Clemson Island Prehistoric District [9] Halifax Township: southern portion of Clemson Island in the Susquehanna River
40°26′59″N76°56′41.5″W / 40.44972°N 76.944861°W / 40.44972; -76.944861 (Clemson Island Prehistoric District)
Dauphin Multiple: Early Archaic through Late Woodland Type site for the Clemson Island culture
7 Conestoga Town [10] Conestoga Town overview.jpg Manor Township: junction of Safe Harbor and Indian Marker Rds., near Letort
39°57′35.4″N76°24′1.4″W / 39.959833°N 76.400389°W / 39.959833; -76.400389 (Conestoga Town)
Lancaster Susquehannock
8 Deffenbaugh Site (36FA57) [11] Deffenbaugh Site.jpg Nicholson Township: on a saddle between two hills, along Old Frame Rd.
39°48′7.2″N79°51′36″W / 39.802000°N 79.86000°W / 39.802000; -79.86000 (Deffenbaugh Site (36FA57))
Fayette Monongahela
9 Duncan Island (36LA60,61) [12] Martic Township: in the Susquehanna River above Holtwood
39°51′41″N76°21′49″W / 39.86139°N 76.36361°W / 39.86139; -76.36361 (Duncan Island (36LA60,61))
Lancaster Archaic
10 Dykeman's Spring [13] Dykeman's Spring Hatch House and Pond.png Shippensburg: Dykeman Rd., 0.25 miles (0.40 km) east of Pennsylvania Route 696
40°2′33″N77°30′57″W / 40.04250°N 77.51583°W / 40.04250; -77.51583 (Dykeman's Spring)
Cumberland Multiple: Early Archaic through Woodland
11 Fisher Farm site [14] Fisher Farm Site.jpg Unionville: along U.S. Route 220, straddling a rail line
40°54′15.6″N77°52′40″W / 40.904333°N 77.87778°W / 40.904333; -77.87778 (Fisher Farm site)
Centre Late Woodland
12 Fisher Site (36GR21) [15] Fisher Site fields.jpg Richhill Township: off Camp Resort Rd. along the Enlow Fork
39°57′36″N80°28′0″W / 39.96000°N 80.46667°W / 39.96000; -80.46667 (Fisher Site (36GR21))
Greene Monongahela
13 Richard T. Foley Site (36GR52) [16] Richard T. Foley Site with buildings.jpg Jackson Township: along Job Creek
39°49′50.7″N80°22′54″W / 39.830750°N 80.38167°W / 39.830750; -80.38167 (Richard T. Foley Site (36GR52))
Greene Monongahela
14 Francis Farm Petroglyphs Site (36FA35) [17] [18] Perry Road toward ridgeline.jpg Jefferson Township: off Perry Road, 1 mile (1.6 km) west of the junction of Pennsylvania Routes 51 and 201
40°3′0″N79°47′30″W / 40.05000°N 79.79167°W / 40.05000; -79.79167 (Francis Farm Petroglyphs Site (36FA35))
Fayette Unknown
15 Frey-Haverstick Site (36LA6) [19] Frey-Haverstick Site.jpg Manor Township: eastern side of the Susquehanna River at Washington Boro, north of Staman's Run
39°59′42″N76°28′13.8″W / 39.99500°N 76.470500°W / 39.99500; -76.470500 (Frey-Haverstick Site (36LA6))
Lancaster Multiple: Late Archaic through Susquehannock
16 Household No. 1 Site (36WM61) [20] Household No. 1 Site, southern portion.jpg Rostraver Township: off Timms Ln.
40°10′27.7″N79°46′44.4″W / 40.174361°N 79.779000°W / 40.174361; -79.779000 (Household No. 1 Site (36WM61))
Westmoreland Monongahela
17 Houserville Site (36CE65) [21] Houserville Site overview from north.jpg College Township: 1300 block of E. College Ave., east of State College
40°48′42″N77°50′4″W / 40.81167°N 77.83444°W / 40.81167; -77.83444 (Houserville Site (36CE65))
Centre Early and Middle Archaic
18 Indian God Rock Petroglyphs Site (36VE26) [22] Indian God Rock.jpg Rockland Township: on the eastern bank of the Allegheny River above Brandon
41°19′48″N79°49′27″W / 41.33000°N 79.82417°W / 41.33000; -79.82417 (Indian God Rock Petroglyphs Site (36VE26))
Venango Unknown
19 Byrd Leibhart Site (36YO170) [23] Gravestones at Byrd Leibhart.jpg Lower Windsor Township: Native Lands County Park
39°58′41.4″N76°29′54″W / 39.978167°N 76.49833°W / 39.978167; -76.49833 (Leibhart, Byrd, Site (36YO170))
York Susquehannock
20 Oscar Leibhart Site (36YO9) [24] Lower Windsor Township: along the Susquehanna River, north of Klines Run
39°59′20.4″N76°30′1″W / 39.989000°N 76.50028°W / 39.989000; -76.50028 (Leibhart, Oscar, Site (36YO9))
York Susquehannock
21 Locus 7 Site [25] Locus 7 Site.jpg Washington Township: on a bluff above Downers Run north of Fayette City, 2,000 feet (610 m) east of the Monongahela River
40°6′24″N79°50′13″W / 40.10667°N 79.83694°W / 40.10667; -79.83694 (Locus 7 Site)
Fayette Monongahela
22 Meadowcroft Rockshelter [26] MeadowcroftRockshelter.jpg Independence Township: west of Avella
40°17′11″N80°29′30″W / 40.28639°N 80.49167°W / 40.28639; -80.49167 (Meadowcroft Rockshelter)
Washington Multiple: Paleoindian through Late Woodland
23 Memorial Park Site [27] Memorial Park Site in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.jpg Lock Haven: on the southern bank of the Susquehanna River near the confluence of Bald Eagle Creek
41°8′19.2″N77°25′4.3″W / 41.138667°N 77.417861°W / 41.138667; -77.417861 (Memorial Park Site)
Clinton Clemson Island
24 Minisink Archeological Site [28] Manna site cut bank 1.jpg Dingman Township: in the vicinity of Minisink Island
41°17′26.2″N74°49′44.4″W / 41.290611°N 74.829000°W / 41.290611; -74.829000 (Minisink Archeological Site)
Pike Multiple: Early Archaic through Shawnee
25 Murry Site [29] Murry Site fields.jpg Manor Township: 2 miles south of Washington Boro
39°58′44.4″N76°27′10.8″W / 39.979000°N 76.453000°W / 39.979000; -76.453000 (Murry Site)
Lancaster Susquehannock
26 North Warwick Historic and Archeological District [30] Crow's Nest Visitor Center.JPG Warwick Township: Pennsylvania Route 345 and Harmonyville, Bethesda, Hopewell, Piersol, Trythall, and Northside Rds.
40°11′18″N75°46′8″W / 40.18833°N 75.76889°W / 40.18833; -75.76889 (North Warwick Historic and Archeological District)
Chester Multiple: Late Archaic through Late Woodland
27 Park Site 36La96 [31] Lcaster PA C Park ballfields.jpg Lancaster: on a knoll in Central Park, midway between the Conestoga River and Mill Creek
40°1′7″N76°17′3.7″W / 40.01861°N 76.284361°W / 40.01861; -76.284361 (Park Site 36La96)
Lancaster Susquehannock
28 Roberts Farm Site (36LA1) [32] Manor Township: on a knoll above the Conestoga River, just above its confluence with the Susquehanna River, near Conestoga
39°56′42.4″N76°22′26.8″W / 39.945111°N 76.374111°W / 39.945111; -76.374111 (Roberts Farm Site (36LA1))
Lancaster Multiple: Late Archaic through Susquehannock
29 Shawnee-Minisink Site [33] SHAWNEE MINISINK SITE, MONROE CTY, PA.jpg Smithfield Township: confluence of Brodhead Creek and the Delaware River
40°59′25″N75°8′2.7″W / 40.99028°N 75.134083°W / 40.99028; -75.134083 (Shawnee-Minisink Site)
Monroe Multiple: Paleoindian through Late Archaic
30 Shenks Ferry Site (36LA2) [34] Conestoga Township: along Grubbs Creek north of Pequea, ¾ mile above the Susquehanna River
39°54′18″N76°21′36.7″W / 39.90500°N 76.360194°W / 39.90500; -76.360194 (Shenks Ferry Site (36LA2))
Lancaster Multiple: Shenks Ferry through Susquehannock Type site for the Shenks Ferry culture
31 Shoop Site (36DA20) [35] Jackson Township: east of Enders
40°29′14″N76°49′12″W / 40.48722°N 76.82000°W / 40.48722; -76.82000 (Shoop Site (36DA20))
Dauphin Paleoindian
32 Shultz-Funk Site (36LA7 and 36LA9) [36] Shultz-Funk Site from west.jpg Manor Township: above the Susquehanna River near Washington Boro, immediately south of Witmer's Run
39°58′6.4″N76°27′17.9″W / 39.968444°N 76.454972°W / 39.968444; -76.454972 (Shultz-Funk Site (36LA7 and 36LA9))
Lancaster Late Woodland
33 Site 36BD90 [37] Reconstructed building in Old Bedford Village.jpg Bedford Township: on the grounds of Bedford Village
40°2′31.2″N78°30′38.4″W / 40.042000°N 78.510667°W / 40.042000; -78.510667 (Site 36BD90)
Bedford Monongahela
34 Sommerheim Park Archaeological District [38] Sommerheim Park Archaeological District Apr 13.jpg Millcreek Township: on bluffs above Sommerheim Dr. and Presque Isle Bay
42°6′49″N80°8′42″W / 42.11361°N 80.14500°W / 42.11361; -80.14500 (Sommerheim Park Archaeological District)
Erie Multiple: Early Archaic through Middle Woodland
35 Squirrel Hill Site [39] Squirrel Hill Site.jpg St. Clair Township: west of New Florence near the banks of the Conemaugh River
40°22′49″N79°5′20.3″W / 40.38028°N 79.088972°W / 40.38028; -79.088972 (Squirrel Hill Site)
Westmoreland Monongahela
36 Strickler Site [40] Strickler Site from River Road.jpg Manor Township: ¾ mile north of Creswell Station, and 1 mile south of Washington Boro
39°58′48″N76°27′40″W / 39.98000°N 76.46111°W / 39.98000; -76.46111 (Strickler Site)
Lancaster Susquehannock
37 Sugar Grove Petroglyph Site (36GR5) [18] [41] Sugar Grove Petroglyphs.jpg Monongahela Township: off Pennsylvania Route 88, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) northwest of its bridge over Whiteley Creek
39°49′36″N79°57′40″W / 39.82667°N 79.96111°W / 39.82667; -79.96111 (Sugar Grove Petroglyph Site (36GR5))
Greene Unknown
38 Tudek Site [42] Tudek Site.jpg College Township: along Orchard Rd., northeast of State College
40°49′1″N77°51′3″W / 40.81694°N 77.85083°W / 40.81694; -77.85083 (Tudek Site)
Centre Early and Middle Archaic

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  10. Smith, Ira F., III, and Barry C. Kent. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Conestoga Town. National Park Service, 1972-10-31.
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  12. Kinsey, W. Fred. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Duncan Island (36LA60,61). National Park Service, July 1982.
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  30. Cremers, Estelle. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: North Warwick Historic and Archeological District. National Park Service, 1994-05-10.
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  37. Beckerman, Ira. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Site 36BD90. National Park Service, n.d.
  38. Johnson, William C. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Sommerheim Park Archaeological District. National Park Service, 1981-06-29.
  39. Dragoo, Don W. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Squirrel Hill Site. National Park Service, 1977-04-19.
  40. Smith, Ira F., III. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Strickler Site. National Park Service, 1972-10-31.
  41. Herbstritt, James T. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Sugar Grove Petroglyph Site (36GR5). National Park Service, 1980-07-22.
  42. Stevenson, Christopher M., and Conran Hay. National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Tudek Site. National Park Service, 1980-10-10.