2 edition of history of Pithole found in the catalog.
history of Pithole
Charles C. Leonard
|Statement||by "Crocus" (Chas. C. Leonard).|
|LC Classifications||F159.P5 L5 1867|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||01010710|
Chas Crocus / History Of Pithole First Edition. First Edition Book-PITHOLE, The Vanished City-Western PA History-w Dust. Oil City & Pithole Railroad Pass. Ill Newspaper POSTER ENGRAVINGS Pithole City Pennsylvania DAKOTA TE. Buchanan Farm Oil Company Stock Certificate. History of Pithole. Aug Pithole Hermit Leave a comment. Okay. Time to cover what Pithole is. Originally Pithole was just a creek near the Holmden farm in Venango County Pennsylvania. Pithole Creek. The name supposedly came from some sulfur smelling holes along the creek. The holes or cracks probably also leaked natural gas into the.
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The history of Pithole: A reprint of the original history by Crocus printed in by Morton, Longwell and Company, Pithole City, Pa [Leonard, Charles C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of Pithole: A reprint of the original history by Crocus printed in by Morton, Longwell and CompanyAuthor: Charles C Leonard.
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Leonard,Morton, Longwell & Co. edition, Microform in English. The history of Pithole / by Charles C. Leonard. Pithole City, Pa.: Printed by Morton, Longwell & Co., Printers, p.: ill. ; 19 cm. Image 1 of The Titusville Herald proclaimed Pithole as having “probably the most productive wells in the oil region of Pennsylvania, Houck writes in his book, Energy & Light in Nineteenth-Century Western New York.
History of Pithole book United State Oil Company subdivided its property and began selling lots for $3, for a half-acre plot. Pithole City burst onto the scene as a brand new town in Venango County in and would quickly become one of the most successful, busiest towns in Pennsylvania.
But, the happy story would be short lived. Uncover the history of the ghost town, which once housed the third busiest post office in the state, through strategically placed markers. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Pithole City is notoriously history of Pithole book in the Pennsylvania oil region as the oiltown that vanished as quickly as it appeared.
The city was the first to be fully illuminated by petroleum, was home to the world’s first pipeline, and had the first daily paper in Venango County. It was during the oil boom when the Frazier Well, the first well drilled.
A town named Cornplanter boomed from 1, occupants in to nea in Pithole City, the prototype boomtown community, rose from non-existence in to o in then fell to inand ceased to exist by As with many industrial enclaves, towns like Pithole were planned with surveyed streets and lots.
Buy The history of Pithole by Leonard, Charles C (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles C Leonard. The Pithole Valley Railway was an ephemeral short line railroad in Venango County, Pennsylvania, constructed as a result of the Pennsylvania oil railroad was originally constructed in between Oil City, Pennsylvania, a local oil transportation hub, and the boomtown of Pithole, ucted under the charter of the Clarion Land and.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The History of : Charles C. Leonard. The story of the Oil boom in the Ghost town of Pithole, Pennsylvania. Pithole City, Pa.: Morton, Longwell & Co., Printers, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade -- Pennsylvania. Pithole City (Pa.) -- History. Petroleum industry and trade. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. The fight took place in Ball Town, a suburb of Pithole. Ball Town (there were two of them) is a hayfield today, no sign of the little town.
Illustration from Trainer,Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan. Ben Hogan was a handsome fellow. According to his biographer, George Trainer (), “Hogan’s face is one which attracts the beholder. Very Good - Fine. iv, (xvii) pp, preface to the Reprint Edition, preface, introductory, History of Pithole, advertisements, appendix, bibliography.
December facsimile Reprint of the The History of Pithole by Leonard, Charles G. (Crocus). Historic Pithole City - Pithole Road, Pleasantville, Pennsylvania - Rated based on 3 Reviews "I love coming here and learning about the.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its past and present, including.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in. By September of the same year, Pithole had grown from a small farming area to a town of 15, people. By January ofhowever, fires and over drilling had caused money to run out and oil to dry up.
Leonard's book is divided into two parts. The first is a factual history of the town and its various oil companies.Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. Special Limited Ed. History of the early years of the petroleum industry and its inception in the early 's around Oil City, Pennsylvania.
Pithole is "the most celebrated of all oil boom towns (died in )." Bibliography and index. Original gree cloth publisher's binding.Pithole, the vanished city; by William Culp Darrah, History, Petroleum industry and trade.
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