ⓘ Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

ⓘ Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Stewart Township is a township in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. The population was 731 at the 2010 census.

Stonerville and Kaufmann are only villages in this rural village which is served by the Uniontown area school district.

Two U. S. national historic site in Stewart township. They are Fallingwater and kentuck knob. Both were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and are available for inspection.

  • Wright designed Fallingwater house, over Bear Run, in Stewart Township Fayette County Pennsylvania after his father s death in 1955, continuing to use
  • died in Washington Township Fayette County Pennsylvania and was interred in the Methodist Graveyard in Brownsville, Pennsylvania United States Congress
  • architect Frank Lloyd Wright in rural Stewart Township near the village of Chalk Hill, Fayette County Pennsylvania USA, 45 miles 72 km southeast of
  • Plans List of towns and boroughs in Pennsylvania List of townships in Pennsylvania 2010 Census Gazetteer: National County Subdivisions U.S. Census Bureau
  • September 1766 in Cumberland County Pennsylvania later to become Bedford, afterward Westmoreland, and finally Fayette County to Lt. Colonel John B. McClelland
  • of townships in Pennsylvania in alphabetical order. For listings of townships by county see the category of Townships in Pennsylvania by county Contents
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  • State Route in Northern York County Route 295 to be renumbered Route 297 in Newberry and Conewago townships Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

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