Signs of History

FOREST COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed April 11, 1848 from Jefferson County. Named for its extensive forests.  Part of Venango County was added, 1866, and county seat moved from  Marienville to Tionesta.  Area notable for its Indian paths, and Zeisberger's  mission to the Munsees, 1767-1770.  City type: County Courthouse, Elm St. (US 62), Tionesta.

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 PIGEON ( City type: County Courthouse, Elm St. (US 62), Tionesta.)
 HOLEMAN FERRY ( US 62, 3 miles SW of Tionesta.)
 REFUGEE TOWNS ( US 62, 1.5 miles S of Tionesta Station.)
 DAMASCUS ( US 62 at Tionesta. )
 INDIAN PATHS ( US 62, 2.3 miles S of East Hickory.)
 HICKORY TOWN ( US 62, 2 miles S of East Hickory.)
 GOSCHGOSCHINK ( US 62, .9 mile S of East Hickory.)
 REFUGEE TOWNS ( US 52, .5 mile S of East Hickory.)
 LAWUNAKHANNEK ( US 62, .2 mile N of East Hickory.)

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