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Early historians note though, that William Morris and Ludwig Stitzel were two of the earliest settlers of the community before Pott acquired a large section of the area from his father.
More important Cartwright lumber company the Cartwright lumber company of who first founded Port Carbon, is the story behind why this site evolved as a community. Inspired by the fact that it was situated near rich anthracite coal deposits and that a navigable stream was formed at this site, the founders easily applied an appropriate name to this pre-boom town community.
As a shipping point for anthracite coal, which in chemical composition is almost pure carbon, Port Carbon was a logical name. Other histories note that Middleport and Carbontown were two early names for the town, yet it was Port Carbon that has stood for more than years. The early history of Port Carbon is veiled in obscurity, but a more definitive account of the first 50 years of the settlement is written by Barbara Bensinger Welch, a Port Carbon native.
Tradition declared that the greater part of the site of the town was a vast swamp, fringed with a heavy growth of timber before This seems to be borne out by the fact that during the s — s, while excavating certain streets for laying water and other pipes, heavy logs, the remains of one-time corduroy roads, were encountered.
These timbers were discovered in a fair state of preservation. Evidence of such roads were found on Coal, Jackson, Pike, Market and Pottsville streets, the roads at that time being much lower than at present. With the Schuylkill River and Mill Creek flowing through the borough and with innumerable springs on every side, this swamp notion seems very practicable.
A strong spring located in the playground of the former public elementary school near Pine and North Streets, was referred to as a place where many of the older residents secured their water supply.
A stream ran from this spring down across Cherry Street and then the property at Pike Street formerly owned by Asher Stevens and later, Dr Ashelman. This swampy section of the town was reclaimed via the building of a sewer, which drained the entire plot. Again tradition says before the year a man named Ludwig Stitzel, a carpenter, emigrated into the Mill Creek Valley and erected a saw mill near where the Yuengling Brewery stands today.
Intradition has it, there was a maple sugar camp in the Mill Creek Valley, but its exact location is unknown. Stitzel, and were among the early settlers. Early homes of this character were located in Black Valley and on First Street, opposite the home originally occupied by the Washington Lawrence and the Lawrence Major family at First Street.
Other early homes were located near the junction of Jackson and Pottsville Sts. A log house was also erected near the mill, which was occupied by the sawyer, John Pott at this time seems to have been the sole owner of all the lands now embracing Port Carbon.
That there was coal in this section is borne out by records which show that in the above year Messrs. Ridgway and Clayton Earl purchased an acre of ground from Pott lying along the Schuylkill River for a landing at which to load boats with coal when the canal should be completed to Port Carbon.
As the canal was not opened to Port Carbon untilthese two men were convinced the town was destined to some day become an important coal shipping point. Inseveral saw mills dotted the settlement, but the village lacked shape or designated streets.
Sawed timber and logs cut from the hillside during the winter, were dragged to the riverbank where they were made into rafts to await the spring freshets, and then conducted down the river to Reading and other points.
While this rafting was a hazardous undertaking, hardy pioneers were ready to undertake the task. Wild Beasts Inhabited Hills. By way of digression from the story of Port Carbon, it is handed down that in the early days of the village, game and wild beasts roamed the mountains.
At the time Mr. Bailey lived in Pottsville. The trip to Tuscarora was made without incident, but they were detained in making the homeward trip until after nightfall.
They had gone but a few miles when the entire party was horrified to discover they were being followed by a pack of yelping wolves.A page about Crowsnest, Alberta, describing the history of its industry and society, its layout, accommodations, tourist attractions and recreation.
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