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Todd Township History


History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania by J. Simpson Africa Philadelphia, PA:  Louis H. Everts, 1883


Todd township was erected from Union Township in April 1838. The townships of Penn and Cass bound it on the southeast, Carbon on the southwest and Hopewell and Lincoln on the northwest. It lies between Sideling Hill on the east and Terrace Mountain on the West. Wray�s Hill and Rocky Ridge cross its eastern part in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction, and in the western portion, north and south from the valley of Trough Creek, are extensive mountains covered with timber and uninhabited.


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