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Title Person(s) Vol. Page(s) Date 1 Date 2
CHAPTER XII. Bell, H. C. 2 138

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Cushing 1889 county histories Cushing, Thomas, ed. History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: including its early settlement and progress to the present time; a description of its historic and interesting localities; its cities, towns and villages; religious, educational, social and military history; mining, manufacturing and commercial interests; improvements, resources, statistics, etc.; also portraits of some of its prominent men, and biographies of many of its representative citizens. In two parts. Chicago, Ill.: A. Warner & Co., 1889.

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Type Summary
Text WEST DEER TOWNSHIP. This township was formed in 1836, by the division of Deer. Its area had previously been considerably curtailed by the formation of Indiana in 1805. As thus reduced, Deer was a narrow, rectangular township extending about sixteen miles along the Butler county line, and about six miles wide. West Deer received the larger part of this territory, and its limits included portions of Hampton and Richland in addition to its present area.

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Detail Type Description Successful? Date
View New Township East Deer Township-West Deer Township 1836 Creation yes* Oct 1836