Reprint of 1909 edition.
|Other titles||Reminiscences of Benson Tubbs|
|Statement||by Charles Tubbs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Col. Marinus Stull, an early settler of Elkland, served in the War of from New York state and after the war settled in Elkland. On May 15 th, a battalion training was held on the south side of the Cowanesque river on the low flat lands near the Elkland – Osceola boundary. Page 27 - That it be recommended to the respective Assemblies and Conventions of the United Colonies, where no government sufficient to the exigencies of their affairs hath been hitherto established, to adopt such government as shall, in the opinion of the representatives of the people, best conduce to the happiness and safety of their constituents in particular, and America in s: 1. The Elkland Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of toys and novelties, was established in Elkland in January Charles W. Crandall, the superintendent, was the son of Charles Martin Crandall, known as the maker of Crandall's building blocks and grandson of Asa Crandall who ran a furniture factory in Covington in A Historic House in Pennsylvania With an Intriguing Past! The Bradford House, home to David Bradford (and the Whiskey Rebellion which he helped to organize), still stands with all of the elegance and refinements that were particularly notable in its day, when the surrounding houses were all made of fascinating history surrounding the house, involving insurrection and an interesting.
The Presbyterian Church at Elkland [Pa.]: A brief history of its early years [Charles Tubbs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early Elkland Pennsylvania Reminiscences of Benson Tubbs, , by Charles Tubbs, ; Tubbs Ancestral Notes The descendants of Joseph Colvin & Ruth Aylsworth, a grandson of John Colvin above who lived in Tioga County, Pa. [Illustration: Sheldon Manufacturing Company, Elkland, Pa. built in , burned on January 7, and was still standing in –Norma Surnio] The Elkland Planing Mill was established in by E. B. Campbell and J. C. Edwards. In August it was purchased by L. H. Fields, who employs eight hands. The last column in the Last Purchase Register shows that the survey is recorded in Survey Book D7, pg. , which has been posted online with all other surveys by the Pennsylvania Archives. See the explanation of the Last Purchase of on our Elk County page and a map showing the Last Purchase counties in yellow).