FALL BROOK COAL COMPANY 1860-1940.

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Publication Date: 1940
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4to. [Pennsylvania - Tioga County]. Manuscript business records for FALL BROOK COAL COMPANY 1860-1940. 4to. full black leather with red labels. Records coal mined and shipped to Corning, Watkins, etc. Ink, pencil. 282 pages plus loose papers relating to the business. Fall Brook is a ghost town located in Ward Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, United States. The town has been deserted since around 1900. In 1860, the Fallbrook Coal Company founded the town on the Fall Brook Creek. John Magee and his son Duncan had discovered some coal along the banks of the Fall Brook Creek. The Magees also constructed a railroad to connect Fall Brook with Corning, New York where the coal was transported up to the Erie Canal. By 1862, Fall Brook had a population of about 1400 people. Eventually the coal ran out, and by 1900 the town ceased to exist. Reference Wikipedia. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: FALL BROOK COAL COMPANY 1860-1940.
Publication Date: 1940
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Book Description 1940. 1/4 Leather. Book Condition: VG/No Dustjacket. 4to. [Pennsylvania - Tioga County]. Manuscript business records for FALL BROOK COAL COMPANY 1860-1940. 4to. full black leather with red labels. Records coal mined and shipped to Corning, Watkins, etc. Ink, pencil. 282 pages plus loose papers relating to the business. Fall Brook is a ghost town located in Ward Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, United States. The town has been deserted since around 1900. In 1860, the Fallbrook Coal Company founded the town on the Fall Brook Creek. John Magee and his son Duncan had discovered some coal along the banks of the Fall Brook Creek. The Magees also constructed a railroad to connect Fall Brook with Corning, New York where the coal was transported up to the Erie Canal. By 1862, Fall Brook had a population of about 1400 people. Eventually the coal ran out, and by 1900 the town ceased to exist. Reference Wikipedia. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS287772

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