Signs of History

SULLIVAN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Formed March 15, 1847 hem Lycoming County. Named for State Senator  Charles C. Sullivan, who was active in securing its creation. Laporte, the county  seat, was incorporated 1853. County is home of Eagles Mere (long a noted  resort) and Worlds End State Park.  City type: Courthouse, Main & Muncy Sts., Laporte.

For a map directing you to Sullivan County click here.
WYALUSING PATH ( US 220 at Beech Glen 1 mile S of Muncy Valley.)
CELESTA ( US 220 just NE of Laporte.)
OLD WOOLEN FACTORY ( Junction PA 87 & 154, Forksville.)
RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ( PA 87 just SW of PA 154, Forksville.)

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