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Re: When was Montour County created?
Posted by: Lynn Date: December 27, 2000 at 06:09:15
In Reply to: When was Montour County created? by Gayla of 257

Montour County was created from Columbia County in 1850. Before Columbia County it was Northumberland County. Riverside, or South Danville, across the Susquehanna River from Danville is still Northumberland County. Except for that, Riverside is 'part' of Danville.


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