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Union Township History
History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania by J. Simpson Africa Philadelphia, PA: Louis H. Everts, 1883
Union township was set off from Hopewell in June 1791, It then included the townships of Tod, Cass and Carbon, the entire Trough Creek Valley. It lies just south from the center of the county, and on the northeast is separated from Henderson and Brady Townships by the Juniata River, on its southeast boundary is the township of Shirley, on the south Cass, and on the northwest Penn and Juniata Townships.
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