DescriptionWaynesburg was named for Revolutionary War hero Gen. “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The town is the seat of Greene County, named for another Revolutionary War hero, Gen. Nathanael Greene. A statue of Greene is atop the 1850 county courthouse, a fine example of Greek Revival architecture. The old log courthouse, 144 E. Greene Street, now houses the Cornerstone Genealogical Society; phone (724) 627-5653. Also in town is Waynesburg University, one of the first colleges in the United States to grant degrees to women.
Visitor InfoGreene County Tourist Promotion Agency 19 S. Washington St. WAYNESBURG, PA 15370. Phone:(724)627-8687
Things to SeeGreene County Historical Society