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  • Mansfield, PA 16933
    Mansfield is alive with small, vintage shops and cafes but sports a more modern flair offering visitors and residents familiar conveniences. The Fabulous 1890's Weekend revolves around the fact...
  • Marienville, PA 16239
    Marienville is located midway between Cook Forest and the Allegheny National Forest on scenic Route 66 and is a center for outdoor adventures. Miles of forested local trails attracts thousands of...
  • Mill Hall, PA 17751
    Mill Hall was once a village with many mills powered by Fishing and Bald Eagle Creeks, today it has become a retail center with a Super Wal-Mart, Super K-Mart, Lowe’s and many restaurants. Mill...
  • Montgomery Montgomery, PA 17752
    Montgomery was incorporated as a borough by the Pennsylvania State Legislature on March 27, 1887 from part of Clinton Township. The history of the settlement of Montgomery begins in 1783 when John...
  • Montoursville Montoursville, PA 17754
    Montoursville a village at the mouth of Loyalsock Creek on the West Branch Susquehanna River was an important stopping point for the Moravian missionaries who were spreading the gospel throughout...
  • Bounded by Ridell Ln., and Sherman, Washington and Mechanic Streets Muncy, PA 17756
    Muncy, the name of comes from the Munsee Indians that once lived in the area. It still has an old time movie theatre and a rich collection of shops and restaurants that line its Main Street. Those...
  • 40 N. Main St. Muncy, PA 17756-1004
    The Muncy Historical Society features a museum of local historical items and documents.
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  • 23 Kennedy Street, Suite 102 Bradford, PA 16701
    The National Historic District in Downtown Bradford showcases the colorful history of Bradford. When settled in 1837 as the small village of "Littleton" lumber was the main industry. By 1854, the...
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  • ROUTE 53 Drifting, PA 16834
    This National Registered Landmark, originally built in 1851 by Benedictine fathers from Latrobe, is constructed by hand-hewn logs and was the pioneer Roman Catholic Church in north-central...
  • Punxsutawney, PA 15767
    Famous the world over for its quirky Groundhog Day celebration, was originally a Native American campsite. Situated halfway between the Allegheny and Susquehanna rivers, its location made it...
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