La Mott, Pennsylvania
| Unincorporated community|
Neighborhood of Cheltenham Township
La Mott, corner of Willow Avenue and Sycamore Avenue. September 2012.
|Country||United States of America|
|Elevation||230 ft (70.1 m)|
|Coordinates||40°04′04″N 75°08′26″W / 40.06778°N 75.14056°WCoordinates: 40°04′04″N 75°08′26″W / 40.06778°N 75.14056°W|
|Area||.261 sq mi (0.7 km2)|
|- land||.261 sq mi (1 km2)|
|- water||0.00 sq mi (0 km2), 0%|
|Density||13,616.9/sq mi (5,257.5/km2)|
|Timezone||Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5)|
|- summer (DST)||Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)|
Location of La Mott in Pennsylvania
Location of Pennsylvania in the United States
|Official name||Village of La Mott|
La Mott is an unincorporated residential community in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. It borders the City of Philadelphia along Cheltenham Avenue. There are 65 locations in the continental United States named Mott, but this is the only one named La Mott. La Mott has the ZIP code of 19027. Formerly known as Camp Town, it is home to Camp William Penn, the first federal training site for black soldiers during the American Civil War. Lucretia Mott lived here from the 1850s to her death in 1880. Her house, Roadside, was a major stop on the Underground Railroad. La Mott is a close-in suburb of Philadelphia.
- La Mott AME Church.
- La Mott Community Center and Free Library.
- Residence on Old York Road.
- Sign at the site of former Lucretia C. Mott House.
- La Mott historical marker
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