Signs of History

POTTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed March 26, 1804 out of Lycoming County and fully organized in 1835.  Named for Revolutionary hero, General James Potter. An early center of the  lumbering and tanning industries. Coudersport, Hoe county seat, was laid out in  1807; incorporated 1818. 

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[DAVID ZEISBERGER] ( Plaque: 2nd (US 6) & Main Sts., at County Courthouse, Coudersport.)
DAVID ZEISBERGER ( 2nd St. (US 6), Coudersport.)
LYMANSVILLE ( Junction US 6 & PA 872, 2 miles E of Coudersport.)
OLE BULL'S COLONY ( US 6, 3.5 miles E of Coudersport.)
JERSEY SHORE PIKE ( US 6, 3.5 miles E of Coudersport.)
ALLEGHENY RIVER ( PA 49, 11 miles NE of Coudersport near Raymond.)
DAVID ZEISBERGER ( PA 49, 11 miles NE of Coudersport near Raymond.)
DAVID ZEISBERGER ( PA 49, 1 mile E of Harrison Valley.)

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