Uniontown is a city in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh and part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. Population in 1900, 7,344; in 1910, 13,344; in 1920, 15,692; and in 1940, 21,819. The population was 10,372 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat and largest city of Fayette County. Popularly known as Beesontown, "The Town of Union" was founded by Henry Beeson on July 4, 1776, only coincidentally the same date as the United States Declaration of Independence. The National Road, also known as the Cumberland Road, was routed through Uniontown in the early 19th...
|Also known as:||Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Fayette County / Uniontown city|