MONTOUR COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
Formed May 3, 1850 from Columbia County. Named for the
Indian woman leader, Madame Montour. Site of the first manufacture of iron
T rails for railroads. Inventor of typewriter, Christopher Sholes,
born here. County seat, Danville, was incorporated 1849. City
type: County Courthouse, Mill St., Danville.
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MONTGOMERY HOUSE ( City type: 1 Bloom St., Danville.)
CHRISTOPHER SHOLES ( US 11 in Manville at Mahoning Creek.)
FIRST IRON RAILS ( US 11 in Danville at Mahoning Creek.)
FORT BOSLEY ( PA 54 at Washingtonville.)
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