Liverpool, Pennsylvania: Girty's Notch

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Liverpool, Pennsylvania - Girty's Notch

Near Liverpool, Perry County, Pennsylvania on Routes 11/15 beside the Susquehanna River. A roadside rest called "Girty's Notch" where Simon Gerty is purported to have attacked rafters with his band of indians and confiscated their loads. Remnants of a cave entrance have been closed by the highway department with a mortared stone wall.

[Nevin Hawlman, 09/02/1997]

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