In the Maps and Aerial Photos section below, you'll find links to: (1) Local area photos around Mountain View School (historical), (2) A listing of the nearest hotels to Mountain View School (historical) and (3) Driving Directions to Mountain View School (historical) from almost anywhere.
Find Pennsylvania topo maps and topographic map data by clicking on the interactive map or searching for maps by place name and feature type. If you know the county in Pennsylvania where the topographical feature is located, then click on the county in the list above. Every map in the state of Pennsylvania is printable in full color topos.
Yellow Fever ResourcesThe Historical Society of Pennsylvania offers a wide range of sources from original letters to prominent members involved in the epidemic such as Dr. Benjamin Rush, to visuals of Philadelphia from the time of Yellow Fever, as well as a list of all persons admitted to Bush Hill Hospital during the epidemic.
History is just ahead! With over 300 years of American history at your fingertips, which trail will YOU take? Follow Pennsylvania's Trails of History through our nation's farming, industrial, military and community roots.
Dutch Mountain is in the Summits category for Wyoming County in the state of Pennsylvania. Dutch Mountain is displayed on the Dutch Mountain USGS quad topo map. Anyone who is interested in visiting Dutch Mountain can print the free topographic map and street map using the link above.
Pennsylvania - A Map of Philadelphia and Part Adjacent, By N. Scull and G. Heap (1753) (798kb) Pennsylvania - A Map of the Province of Pensilvania, Drawn from the Best Authorities. By T. Kitchin. (London: R. Baldwin, 1756) Pennsylvania - Map of the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsylvania. By Nicholas Scull.
By the 1850s, what remained of Pennsylvania's once mighty elk population was limited to sections of northcentral Pennsylvania, predominantly in Cameron, Elk and McKean counties. In the mid 1860s, Pennsylvania's last few native elk were still roaming in Elk and Cameron counties. Within a few years, though, they would be gone.
By definition no maps of Pennsylvania exist before the state was created in 1681. Most maps of the region up to 1700 are reproduced in Burden and provide a map history of the Pennsylvania region up to that date. From 1670 to 1681 two maps appear which are important to the cartography of the state.
Map of Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware. 682x483 / 161 Kb Go to Map. Map of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 1049x1076 / 481 kb Go to Map.
Shows householders' names in rural areas, real-property tracts in mining townships, coal mining lands, colliery locations, and anthracite coal seams in gray tint; also shows lot lines, buildings, and owners' names in the borough insets. Relief shown by hachures. Hand col. to distinguish townships ...