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Monday, January 21, 2013

Potter Co. Historical Society Meeting January 27th

Potter Co. Historical Society Meeting
 
The Potter Co. Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting on Sunday, January 27, 2013 at 2:00 pm, at its building at 308 N. Main St., Coudersport, PA, 16915.  The topic of the day will be “The Stuckey-Perrin Site”  A Mystery in the South Woods.  David Castano, president, will speak re the following:  In late February 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 man-made cairns.

Please note that your 2013 dues should either be dropped off or mailed to the above address.  Dues are now $10.00 per year per person or $15.00 per year per family.

There will be light refreshments following the meeting.

K
Kay Brownell Reed
Librarian & Genealogist
Potter Co. Historical Society
pottercountypahistory.org

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

this should read "The Stuckey-Perrin Site", not “The Stuckey-Pirrung Site”. Can it be changed please, bith here and with the Historical Society?

Sue Mitchell said...

I don't live in Coudersport anymore, but I would love to visit the Stuckey-Perrin the next time I'm in town. Hope I can get directions from the Historical Society as I'm a long-time member.