Signs of History

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Formed on February 21, 1810 out of Luzeme County. Named for Susquehanna  River. Home of Galusha A. Grow, sponsor of 1862 Homestead Act. Montrose,  county seat incorporated 1824, was an early Abolitionist center and stop on the  Underground Railroad.  City type: Monument Sq. adjacent to County Courthouse, Montrose.

For a map directing you to Susquehanna County click here.
STARRUCCA VIADUCT ( R 1009 former LR 296) at Lanesboro near viaduct.)
JOSEPH SMITH ( US 11 between Great Bend & Hallstead.)
GALUSHA GROW ( Intersection US 11 & PA 547 N of Kingsley.)
GALUSHA GROW ( PA 92 just N of PA 374 at Glenwood.)
SAMUEL MEREDITH ( Intersection PA 171 &374 at Herrick Center.)

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