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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Emporium, Pennsylvania
Location of Emporium, Pennsylvania
► Cameron County (9) ► Clearfield County (65) ► Clinton County (18) ► Elk County (6) ► McKean County (34) ► Potter County (30)
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|The 23-mile crossing from Susquehanna West Branch to the Allegheny River began at a "canoe place" near this point. Indians and pioneers went north to Portage Creek, and at present Port Alleghany resumed travel by canoe. — — Map (db m65623) HM|
|Formed March 29, 1860 from Clinton, McKean, Potter and Elk counties. Named for Sen. Simon Cameron. County seat, Emporium, was incorporated 1864. Lumbering was of early importance, and flagstone at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was later quarried here. — — Map (db m65621) HM|
|Emporium grew with the advent of the railroads. The Pennsylvania Rail Road was completed to Emporium on October 20, 1863 and opened the entire length by 1864. The Buffalo, New York and Philadelphia Railroad was completed to Emporium on December 23, . . . — — Map (db m158128) HM|
|An Indian path ran up the valley of the Sinnemahoning Creek to Canoe Place, now Emporium Junction, and on to the Seneca villages at the Big Bend of the Allegheny. Early settlers in Clinton, McKean, Cameron, and Potter Counties used this path. — — Map (db m65622) HM|