Signs of History

WYOMING COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed on April 4, 1842 out of Luzerne County. The name, honoring the  Wyoming Valley, is derived from an Indian word meaning "extensive  meadows." County seat of Tunkhannock was settled 1790; incorporated 1841.  Sullivan's March passed through in August 1779.  City type: County Courthouse, Warren St., Tunkhannock.

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SULLIVAN'S MARCH ( PA 92, 2.8 miles S of Falls.)
WYOLUTIMUNK ( PA 92, 2.6 miles S of Falls.)
CHRISTY MATHEWSON ( US 11 near Factoryville, front of Keystone Junior College.)
THE SULLIVAN EXPEDITION AGAINST THE  IROQUOIS INDIANS, 1779 ( Plaque: US 6 (W. Tioga St.) at Warren St., Tunkhannock.)
SULLIVAN'S MARCH ( US 6 (W. Tioga St.) at Warren St.,Tunkhannock.)
THE SULLIVAN EXPEDITION AGAINST THE  IROQUOIS INDIANS, 1779 ( Plaque: US 6 at Bluestone Rd., Black Walnut.)
SULLIVAN'S MARCH ( US 6 near Black Walnut.)

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