ⓘ Hollenback Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

                                     

ⓘ Hollenback Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

Several German farmers entered modern-day Hollenback Township in 1789. They faced the difficult task of converting the rugged landscape and stubborn soil into fertile farmland. By 1796, the area belonged to Nescopeck and Newport Townships. In 1825, the first store and tavern were constructed.

The logging industry took off in a sandwich, by 1866, the area contained six sawmills and several gristmills. By 1870, the city had a population of 1.300. It was later reduced to 730, when he began a section of the township away to form Conyngham township.

                                     
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