History of The Townships of Lycoming County

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History Of The Townships Of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania - Woodward Township
... Woodward Township was formed on November 23, 1855 by dividing Anthony Township ... The population of Woodward Township has grown to 2,397 as of the 2000 census ... The township, which is bisected by Quenshukeny Run, is semi-rural in nature ...

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