Historic Map - Everett, PA - 1905

View of Everett, Bedford County, P.A., 1905 / drawn & published by T. M. Fowler.

This aero-view print of Everett, Pennsylvania was drawn and published by Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler in 1905. Everett is a borough in the valley of the Allegheny Mountains along the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. Named after former U. S. Senator Edward Everett, the agricultural community gained momentum with the bituminous coal field discoveries nearby in the late 1800's.

The map from 1905 includes labeled streets, buildings, bridges and railroad lines. It features inset illustrations of the following:

• Ralston M. E. Church.
• Barndollar M. E. Church.
• Presbyterian Church.
• Episcopal Church.
• Everett Public Schools.
• Dunkard Church.
• Baptist Church.
• Lutheran Church.
• Tecumseh M. E. Church.
• Reformed Church.
• Union Hotel. Thomas Eichelberger.
• Earlston Furnace. Property of Joseph E. Thropp.
• Residence of G. H. Gibboney.
• Masonic and Odd Fellows Hall. The Gump Building.
• Residence of W. Scott Nawgle.
• Residence of J. Wilbert Miller.
• G. H. Gibboney. Cottage Planing Mill Co.
• Firemen’s Hall.
• J. & C. Howard. Everett Steam Flouring Mills.
• The Everett Bank.
• Residence of H. Frank Gump.
• Tecumseh Tannery. Everett, PA.
• Hotel Juniata. Coveney & Finan.
Historic Map – Everett, PA - 1905

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