Around Saegertown

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Overview
Chosen for the beauty and utility of the graceful French Creek, the area now known as Saegertown was first settled by brothers Arthur and Patrick McGill in 1792. Nine years later, Holland Land Company agent Rodger Alden bought land from the McGills and built a mill along the creek, starting a community that thrives to this day. Around Saegertown chronicles how Saegertown and its neighboringvillages and rural areas transformed from a small agricultural community into an area full of industry and tourism attracting the wealthy and influential to its elegant inns and healing mineral springs.
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ISBN: 9780738550442
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Date:
State: Pennsylvania
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Joshua F. Sherretts is the museum assistant at the Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum in Meadville. The museum is known for conveying the life of its former owners, U.S. Supreme Court justice Henry Baldwin, Meadville mayor William Reynolds, and his son John Earle, as well as the rural history of Crawford County. The museum also owns the office of Dr. J. Russell Mosier, country doctor from Littles Corners (Hayfield), one of the areas included in this book. The museum and office are owned by the Crawford County Historical Society and operated by the Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum Operating Committee.
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