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History and Heritage in Galeton, PA

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Tioga County

Wellsboro, PA

Formed March 26, 1804 from Lycoming County. The name, derived from an Indian word meaning "the forks of a stream," ho... hmdb.org

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Blossburg Coal

Wellsboro, PA

From 1840-90, "Bloss" coal from the mines of the nearby region was widely known and used as smithing and steam coal. ... hmdb.org

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Jersey Shore Pike

Coudersport, PA

Lymansville was the north terminus for the early pack trail and wagon road south to Jersey Shore. In 1834 a Turnpike ... hmdb.org

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In March 1933, the federal government created the CCC to combat the massive unemployment of the Great Depression. Con... hmdb.org

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William A. Stone

Wellsboro, PA

Governor of Pennsylvania 1899-1903, Congressman in 1891-1899; was born two and a half miles SE of here April 18, 1846... hmdb.org

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Nessmuk

Wellsboro, PA

Nessmuk was the pen name of pioneer conservationist and woodsman George Washington Sears (1821-1890), a resident of W... hmdb.org

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David Zeisberger

Harrison Valley, PA

Noted Moravian missionary, passed through here in October 1767, en route from Bethlehem to found missions among the D... hmdb.org

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Lymansville

Coudersport, PA

The pioneer settlement in this region was made here in 1808 by Major Isaac Lyman, land agent and a Revolutionary offi... hmdb.org

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Allegheny River

Genesee, PA

Here is the head stream of this historic river, pathway of Indians, and white traders and settlers for over 200 years... hmdb.org

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Pine Creek Path

Wellsboro, PA

A Seneca trail from the Genesee to the Susquehanna at Jersey Shore, forked one mile south of here. One branch ran thr... hmdb.org

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Potter County

Coudersport, PA

Formed March 26, 1804 from Lycoming County, and fully organized in 1835. Named for Revolutionary hero General James P... hmdb.org

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The 11,144 acres of land within the tract acquired by the noted Norwegian violinist in 1852 were southeast of here. H... hmdb.org

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David Zeisberger

Coudersport, PA

Erected as a memorial to David Zeisberger, who encamped near this place on the night of October 8, 1767, when on his ... hmdb.org

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On this site once known as North Wharton, P.H. Costello and P.C. Costello of Oneida, New York, built what was then th... hmdb.org

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Elkland

Elkland, PA

Elkland is nestled among the mountains of northern Tioga County and is home to Cowanesque Lake, one of the largest... visitpa.com

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A unique Pennsylvania Historical Site that depicts life as it was in a company town in the 1800s. Weekend guided t... visitpa.com

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Take a stroll down America's oldest continuously occupied residential street and a National Historic Landmark. The... visitpa.com

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Dykeman Spring

Elkland, PA

At this site on June 26, 1863, thousands of Confederate troops camped overnight as they began their invasion of Cu... visitpa.com

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Eastern State Penitentiary is the home one of the nation's largest and most ambitious haunted attractions, Terror ... visitpa.com

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This North American highland separates waters flowing to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. A sign along Route 255 e... visitpa.com

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