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Indiana County, PA

Indiana County, Pennsylvania, 1857
INDIANA COUNTY, situated toward the westerly part of Pennsylvania, with Kiskiminitas river on the southwest. Area, 770 square miles. Face of the country hilly; soil, mostly sterile. Seat of justice, Indiana. Pop in 1810, 6,214; in 1820, 8,882; in 1830, 14,251; in 1840, 20,782; in 1850, 27,070. (Fanning's, 1853)

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