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Chambersburg, PA

Chambersburg, PA, circa 1877, Zoomify

Chambersburg, Pa., c. h. Franklin co. Watered by Conecocheague and Falling Spring Creeks, tributaries of the Potomac River. S. W. from Harrisburg 45 miles. A large and prosperous place, having a good water power improved for propelling cotton and woollen factories, flouring mills, paper mills, &c. (Gazetteer of the United States of America, 1854)

CHAMBERSBURGH, c.h., p.b., seat of justice of Franklin co., Pa., 45 ms. S.W. of Harrisburgh, from W. 90 ms.  Watered by Conecocheague river.  Pop. 3,335.  (Fanning's, 1853)

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