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Clarion County


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Clarion County was created on March 11, 1839 and named after the Clarion River. The county was part of Armstrong County and Venango County. The county seat is also named Clarion and was incorporated as a borough on April 6, 1841. \

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A Proud people, a proud heritage:
the History of Clarion County's
Knox Township Area, Lucinda,
Snydersburg, Huefner and St. Joseph Parish
St. Joseph History Book Committee
If you are researching this county
prior to March 11, 1839,
try these counties from
which Clarion was formed:
Armstrong County and
Venango County