Signs of History

LYCOMING COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed April 13, 1795 out of Northumberland County. The name (from a  Delaware Indian word) honors Lycoming Creek. Williamsport, the county seat,  became a borough, 1a)6, and a city, 1866. Once a great lumbering center.  Birthplace of Lithe League Baseball.  City type: County Courthouse, W. 3rd St., Williamsport.

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MUNCY MILLS ( Junction PA 405 & 442 E of Muncy.)
MUNCY (PA 405 E & SR2014 (old PA 147) N of Muncy.)
CAPT. JOHN BRADY ( SR 2014 (old PA 147) .8 mile N of Muncy.)
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL (WEST BRANCH DIVISION) ( Near junction SR 2014 (old PA 147) & SR 2036 (old US 220), Halls.)
PENNSDALE MEETING ( Junction SR 2051 (former LR 41054) & township road Dormer LR 41154) near  Pennsdale.)
SUSQUEHANNA LOG BOOM ( US 15 just S of Williamsport.)
WILLIAMSPORT ( On main highways leading into city.)
BLOOMING GROVE DUNKARD MEETING HOUSE ( Plaque: meetinghouse 2 miles E of Balls Mills, .7 mile S of PA 973.)
SHESHEQUIN PATH ( US 15, 2.2 miles S of Trout Run.)
WILLIAMSON ROAD ( US 15 at Trout Run.)
SHESHEQUIN PATH ( PA 14, 1.4 miles NE of Trout Run.)
FORT ANTES ( Main & Seminary Sts. (on old US 220).
PINE CREEK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ( SR 3028 (old US 220) .5 mile SW of Jersey Shore.)
[ANTES FORT] ( Plaque: PA 44, 1 mile E of Jersey Shore.)

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