Lincoln Township - Pennsylvania

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Vandergrift, Pennsylvania
... Vandergrift is a borough in Westmoreland County in the U.S ... state of Pennsylvania, approximately 40 miles (64 km) east of Pittsburgh ...
Youghiogheny River - History
... of access through the mountains for settlers and military forces from Virginia to western Pennsylvania and the Ohio Country ... Sumrill’s Ferry, present-day West Newton, Pennsylvania, on the Youghiogheny River, the men built flatboats which carried them down the Youghiogheny River to the Monongahela River, and ... The pioneer town of Somerfield, Pennsylvania, was inundated by the building of the Youghiogheny Dam ...
Upper Saucon Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
... Saucon Township is a township in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, in the United States ... It is a suburb of Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of the state, and geographically in the Saucon Valley ...
Harmony Society - Settlements in The United States - Third Settlement: Economy, Pennsylvania
18 miles (29 km) northwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for $10,000, and later bought an additional 2,186 acres (8.85 km2) for $33,445, giving the Society more than 3,000 acres (12 km2) to develop into a new ... The Society exerted a major influence on the economic development of Western Pennsylvania ... In 1916 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania acquired 6 acres (0.024 km2) and 17 buildings of Economy, which became the Old Economy Village historic site ...

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