Blain: A Small Town Rich in History, 1755-1955

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Blain: A Small Town Rich in History, 1755-1955

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More than one hundred years ago, Blain was the economic center for western Perry County. It boasted a railroad station, dry goods and grocery stores, specialty shops and blacksmith shops, and even a bank. Read the book to find out how the railroad station came to town and what happened in the 1905 train wreck. Learn about fire fighting in the early 1900s and the Samuel Baker GAR Post. Enjoy the more than two hundred vintage paragraphs in this two hundred year history of Blain, Pennsylvania.

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