Signs of History

CLINTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed on June 21, 1839 out of Lycoming and Centre counties. Named probably  for New York's Gov. DeWitt Clinton. Site of "Tiadaghton Declaration of  Independence," 1776. In 19th century a lumbering center. Lock Haven, the  county seat, became a city in 1870.   City type: Heisey Museum. 362 E. water St., Lock Haven.

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DANIEL H. HASTINGS ( PA 64 at PA 477 NW of Salona.)
GREAT SHAMOKIN PATH ( PA 150 (old US 220) 23 miles SW of Lock Haven.)
SINNEMAHONING PATH ( PA 120, 14 miles NW of Lock Haven.)
FORT REED ( PA 120 (W. Main & W. Water Sts.), Lock Haven.)
PENNSYWANIA CANAL (WEST BRANCH DIVISION) ( PA 120 (E. Water St. near Jay St.), Lock Haven.)
THE GREAT ISLAND ( PA 150 (old US 220) 1.3 miles NE of Lock Haven.)
FORT HORN ( PA 150, 4 miles NE of Lock Haven.)
SHAMOKIN PATH ( PA 150, 6 miles NE of Lock Haven.)
TIADAGHTON ELM ( SR 1016 (old US 220) 8.5 miles NE of Lock Haven near Avis.)
TIADAGHTON ELM ( 2 miles S of SR 1016, just off twp. road E of Avis.)

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