Crawford County: Welcoming the 21st Century

We passed over some good land since we eft Venango, and through several extensive and very rich meadows, one of which, I believe, was nearly four miles in length, and consid­erably wide in some places. Twenty-one year old George Washington, who would in time become a major landholder and land specula­tor, described Crawford County in 1753 as he carried a dispatch demanding the com­mander of the...
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Hotel Bone, Cambridge Springs, Pa.

This is the hotel which burned to the ground Tuesday. Some fire too,” wrote individuals identified only as Mother and Carrie on August 12, 1915, from Cambridge Springs in Crawford County to Florence Miller of Jamestown, New York. Previously known as the Hotel Kelly, the Hotel Bone was originally owned and operated by banker Amos Kelly and his sons, one of whom served as mayor of the borough. The...
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