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Friday, January 25, 2013

Correction For Potter County Historical Society

Would you please post the following correction to our Sunday quarterly meeting.

The program for the Potter Co. Historical Society’s quarterly meeting on January 27, 2013 at 2:00 pm will be “THE STUCKEY-PERREN Site” A Mystery in the South Woods.

We are looking forward to seeing many of you there for this interesting topic. David Castano, president, will be presenting a talk on the above. In late Februry of 2011 the Historical Society was contacted by Oren Stuckey of Costello, PA, inquiring about a section of woodlands along a hillside in South Woods. The site had at least a dozen stone piles, neatly stacked, containing 30 to 40 field stones each.

Hunters, foresters and woodsmen have known of their existence for at least one hundred years.

The Historical society, through maps, genealogy and notes from on-site research will present some theories on the site’s history and the origin of these manmade cairns. Light refreshments will be available after the meeting. Even though you are not a member we urge visitors to attend our meetings.

A thank you goes out to Bryan and Linda Perrin for this correction.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Indians ! Don't mess with it ! Just ask some people in and around Costello that built homes on Indian burial grounds!