A Town Hidden on a Hill, Queen Junction: History of a Railroad Town, Clay Township,
Butler County, Pennsylvania
By Hazel Timblin Townsend, Charles Conn Brown and Gary M. Fleeger
The town hidden on the hill above the junction of the Bessemer and Lake
Erie Railroad and the old Western Allegheny Railroad is almost a hundred
years old. Who were the speculators who started this town and who named it?
What part did the railroads play in the life of the community? What was
eastern Muddy Creek Valley like in the early 1900s and the century before?
Stories of some of the early settlers and later families who lived in the
valley are included in this history, such as Beighley, Brown, Cranmer,
Fleeger, Freer, Miller, Patterson, Porterfield, Sanderson, Stoner,
Stoughton, Sutton, Thompson and Timblin.
This book, 8½ x 11, contains 250 pages with 125 black and white pictures
and maps, plus an all name index.
Published by Mechling Bookbindery, 1124 Oneida Valley Road, Chicora, PA
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