Signs of History

COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Formed March 22, 1813 out of Northumberland County. Named in honor of  America. County seat, Bloomsburg, became this State's only incorporated town  in 1870. A friends meetinghouse was built at Catawissa about 1789. "Twin  covered bridges" at Forks are a unique site.  City type: County Courthouse, Main St., Bloomsburg.

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FORT JENKINS ( Old US 11 (SR 1004, former LR 19117) 6.5 miles NE of Bloomsburg.)
FORT WHEELER ( PA 487, 1.2 miles NE of Bloomsburg.)
WYOMING PATH ( US 11 at Fairgrounds, Bloomsburg.)
FORT McCLURE ( US 11 at Fairgrounds, Bloomsburg.)
CATAWISSA FRIENDS MEETING ( Junction US 11 & PA 42, .7 mile SW of Bloomsburg.)
CATAWISSA FRIENDS MEETING ( South St. between 3rd & 4th Sts., Catawissa.)

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