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Mifflin County, PA

Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, 1857
MIFFLIN COUNTY, situated in the central part of Pennsylvania, and traversed by Juniata river. Area, 900 square miles. Face of the country, broken and mountainous; soil, varied, but fertile in the valleys. Seat of justice, Lewiston. Pop. 1810, 12,132; in 1820, 16,618; in 1830, 14,323; in 1840, 13,092; in 1850, 14,980. (Fanning's, 1853)

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