Clinton County Historical Society

The history of the Clinton County Historical Society can easily be divided into two periods. The first begins with its founding and incorporation in the early months of 1921 and runs through the acquisition of the Seymour Ball (later the Samuel M. Heisey) Victorian home in September 1962; the second period comprises those years since. During the first period, between 1921 and 1962. the society...
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Clinton County: Still Part of Penn’s Woods

Clinton County, one of the sixth-class counties of Pennsyl­vania, occupies 900 square miles of river valley and mountain land near the geographical center of the state. Nearly two-thirds of the area re­mains forested, al though most of the trees are second growth after a near denuding of the land by a booming lumber industry in the second half of the last century. It was in the wood­lands of...
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