for Easter Holiday, Friday and Saturday,
April 18 and 19.
On February 7, 1925, six prominent citizens of Cambria
County "associated themselves together for the purpose of
organizing the Cambria County Historical Society." Since that
time, the staff, volunteers, and members of the Society have
remained committed to the organization's mission.
"To preserve and promote the history of Cambria County through
its museum collections, library, and archives."
at the Conemaugh River, at the southeast corner of Indiana
County, thence by a straight line to the Canoe Place on
the West Branch of the Susquehanna; thence easterly along
the line of Clearfield County to the southwesterly Corner
of Centre County, on the heads of Moshannon Creek; thence
southerly along the Allegheny mountain to Somerset and
Bedford County lines; thence along the lines of Somerset
and Bedford Counties about seventeen miles until a due
West course from thence will strike the main branch of
Paint Creek; thence down said Creek, the different courses
thereof till it empties into Stoney Creek; thence down
Stoney Creek the different courses to the mouth of Mill
Creek, thence a due west line till it intersects the lines
of Somerset and Westmoreland Counties; then northerly
along the line to the place of beginning; be and the same
is hereby erected into a separate county, to be henceforth
called Cambria County."
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, CAMBRIA
Act of Assembly passed the 26th day of March, 1804
Land Area: 694.9 Square Miles