Monongahela

Monongahela may refer to:

  • Monongahela, Pennsylvania
  • Monongahela National Forest
  • Monongahela (album), a 1988 album by The Oak Ridge Boys
  • Monongahela (lungfish), a genus of fish
  • Monongahela River, a waterway
  • Monongahela tribe, a Native American group
  • USS Monongahela, one of various ships of the United States Navy
  • Monongahela, a rye whiskey from Monongahela, Pennsylvania made prior to prohibition
  • Monongahela Railway

Other articles related to "monongahela":

Monongahela Culture - Material Culture - Village Construction
... Monongahela houses were small oval to round shaped and were built within palisaded villages with a central plaza ... McMichael writes, "A reflection of the Monongahela's greater Woodland heritage was the continued use of small stone mounds in the Monongahela drainage area ... Monongahela pottery and tools were well crafted and included decorated clay pipes for smoking ...
Turtle Creek (Monongahela River)
... a 21.1-mile-long (34.0 km) tributary of the Monongahela River in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties in the U.S ... At its juncture with the Monongahela is Braddock, Pennsylvania, where the Battle of the Monongahela ("Braddock's Defeat") was fought in 1755 ...
Monongahela And Ohio Steam Boat Company - Elisha Hunt
... A significant body of evidence suggests that Elisha Hunt was the principal founder of The Monongahela and Ohio Steamboat Company ... From his store, which was located close to the Monongahela River in the center of Brownsville, he sold a wide variety of goods, ranging from nails and gunpowder to clothing, to local customers ...
Monongahela City Bridge
... The Monongahela City Bridge spans the Monongahela River from the City of Monongahela in Washington County, Pennsylvania to Forward Township in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania ... The bridge marks the end of Monongahela's Main Street and the separation of State Route 136 from State Routes 88 and 837 ... Williamsport Bridge was a wooden structure that served Monongahela while the town was under its original name ...