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New Albany Borough

New Albany Borough Hall, PO Box 242A, New Albany PA 18833; phone: 570-363-2731.

Beginnings [1]

New Albany Borough became the center of interests by the establishment of the oar and handle factory. In 1866 it was laid out in town-plats and incorporated as a borough in 1879. It is an important shipping point on the State Line & Sullivan railroad and contains a rural graded school, two churches, two grist-mills, several stores, a factory, hotel, blacksmith shops and garages; population 315 in 1920.

  1. Heverly, Clement F., History and Geography of Bradford County Pennsylvania, 1615-1924, Bradford County Historical Society, 1926, Towanda PA
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