Kittanning, a main street presence in rural Armstrong County, takes its name from the Delaware people who inhabited western Pennsylvania. Considered the site of a pivotal conflict during the French and Indian War, Kittanning later emerged as a center for local government and commerce.
In over 200 vintage photographs, local author Diane Acerni with the Armstrong County Historical Society takes readers on a nostalgic journey down memory lane.
Join the Author for a Book Signing!
Saturday, November 28
133 Pittsburgh Mills Circle, Tarentum, Penn.
Highlights of Kittanning:
• Features historical photographs from both public and private collections
• Shares personal stories from local residents and the archives of the Armstrong County Historical Society
• Tells how Kittanning began as an incorporated borough in 1821
• Showcases the faces and facades that have changed over the years
Available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing at (888)-313-2665 or www.arcadiapublishing.com.
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