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CLARION COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Formed March 11, 1839 out of Armstrong and Venango counties. Named for the Clarion River. Early center of iron industry. Noted also for its coal resources and lumbering. The county seat, Clarion, was incorporated as a borough on April 6, 1841. City type: Courthouse, Main St. at 5th Ave., Clarion.

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HELEN FURNACE ( SR 1005 [old PA 966] 7 miles NE of Clarion.)
BUCHANAN FURNACE ( PA 58 E of Callensburg.)
FOXBURG GOLF COURSE ( PA 58 NE of Foxburg. Erected .)
RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ( PA 368, 1 mile E of Parker.)

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