Place:Potter, Centre, Pennsylvania, United States


Alt namesPottersource: WeRelate abbreviation
Coordinates40.8°N 77.634°W
Located inCentre, Pennsylvania, United States     (May 1774 - )
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Potter Township is the name of some places in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania:

Potter Township, the oldest in the County, was first settled in 1767 and incorporated by Northumberland County in 1774. It was named for General James Potter of Revolutionary War fame, who first saw his Penns Valley empire in 1765 from atop Nittany Mountain at the crest between Pleasant Gap and Centre Hall.

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Towns and villages currently within the boundaries of Potter Township are: Potters Mills, Potters Banks, Black Hawk, Tussey Sink, Red Mill, Colyer, Old Fort, Tusseyville, Churchville, Earleystown, Earleysburg, Sprucetown, and Centre Hill.

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