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Shady Plain

In 1914 this settlement had a schoolhouse, a store and the Zion's Valley Reformed Church, where occasional services were held. The first postmaster in 1868 was David P. Alexander. By 1914 the post office was gone, service supplied from Appolo. [1]

  1. Armstrong County Pennsylvania: Her People Past and Present, Volume I, J. H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1914

Shady Plain Map

Street Names
1st Street • Lebanon Road West • Route 156 • Route 56 • Shady Plain Road

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