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Rupert

Rupert is in Montour Township two miles south of Bloomsburg, at the crossing of the Catawissa and Lackawanna & Bloomsburg railroads, near the mouth of Fishing Creek. It has several neat dwelling houses, one tavern, a store, a blacksmith shop and a marble works. Its most important industry is the paint mill of Henry S. Reay, which with the railroad depots make it a well known point. It is easily accessible, convenient to the Aqueduct grist mill of Paxton & Harriman, and, the extensive powder key manufactory of W. M. Monroe. [1]

  1. Freeze, John G., A History of Columbia County Pennsylvania from the Earliest Times, Elwell & Bittenbender, Publishers, Bloomsburg, 1883.

Rupert Map

Street Names
Delaware Street • Fisher Street • Gipple Street • Hunter Street • Indian Street • Jackson Street • Reading Street • Route 42 • Rupert Drive • Train Street

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