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Author of the book "Pine Creek Villages"
–David Kagan–
David Ira Kagan, a retired English and mathematics teacher, has lived in Pine Creek's southernmost village of Torbert since 1991. He has written and published numerous articles on Pine Creek Valley, both of its history and of its life today. He has also written and published of the past and of the present about people, places and events in the wider Lycoming and Clinton County area, mostly for the Webb Weekly and the Williamsport Sun-Gazette. His three books, published in the "Images of America" series by the Arcadia Publishing Company, include his 2008 Pine Creek Villages, Sugar Valley Villages (published in 2011), and Middletown Borough (available as of July 20, 2009). The latter is about his hometown, which is near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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Little Pine State Park "Where the Eagles Soar" - July 2007
Bicycle the New Section of the Rail Trail - September 2007
Beware the Snakeroot! - September 2007
Blackwell Is Still The Blackwells' Village - December 2007
Bicycling From Dawn To Dusk-September 2008
Historical Sign at Ramsey Village - November 2008
My Dozen Favorite Resting Spots Along The Pine Creek Rail Trail - May 2009
Drowned Rat Dave - July 2009
Visit With Bob and Dottie Webber - July 2010
July 26th Ride of 117 Miles - July 2010
Pine Creek Valley Suffering From Marcellus Shale Gas Truck Traffic - October 2010
Residents Suffering from Marcellus Shale Gas-Related Truck Traffic - November 2010
Time To Join Me On The Rail Trail - March 2011
Pine Creek Rail Trail March 20 Update For Bicyclists - March 2011
Once PA Wilds, Now PA Wells - March 2011
Marcellus Gas Industry Fails Elementary Spelling Test - March 2011
Pine Creek Rail Trail Section - November 2010
Heavy Marcellus Gas Industry Traffic Makes Patchwork Of Route 44 - April 2011
Marcellus Shale Gas Industry Company Wants To Buy Route 44 Site - April 2011
Experiencing The Pine Creek Rail Trail In Early April - April 2011
Transformation Of Pine Creek By The Gas Industry - May 2011
Ride on May 5, 2011 - May 2011
Gas Industry Truck Traffic Extends Further Up Pine Creek Valley - June 2011
The Railroad Background of the Pine Creek Rail Trail
An Old Cemetery Filled With The Young
Totem poles at Camp Kline Have Disappeared
Trail to Heaven
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Purchase a copy of Pine Creek Villages.
Also, available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, Pine Creek Valley.com, or through Arcadia Publishing at (888)-313-2665 or www.arcadiapublishing.com.

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