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‘Lost’ History of Andrew Montour in Perry County

November 3, 2013
dsp By TANK BAIRD - Special to the Sun-Gazette , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

"They were driven from the lands on which they had settled and on April 18, 1752, Andrew Montour was commissioned by the governor to settle and reside upon these Indian lands, the Indians on July 2, 1750, having petitioned for such occupation, and arrangements having been made with them for such occupation at a place considered most central, to see that the lands were not settled upon and to warn off any who had presumed to settle there. He was also to report the names of any who did settle there that they might be prosecuted. He chose to settle on a stream which to this day bears his name, Montour's run flowing through Tyrone Township."

 
 

 

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