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Huntingdon County

Huntingdon County was created on September 20, 1787, from part of Bedford County. It was named for its county seat of Huntingdon. Dr. William Smith, provost of the University of Pennsylvania, owned the land where the borough was laid out in 1767 and incorporated on March 29, 1796. Smith is credited for naming the community for the Countess of Huntingdon, England.

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Township Map of Huntingdon County, Pa.

Map of Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, United States with township and municipal boundaries is taken from US Census website and modified by Ruhrfisch in April 2006.

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