How Ginger Hill Got Its Name

From the Historical Magazine of Monongahela's Old Home Coming Week: Sept. 6-13, 1908 Ginger Hill, a small village on the Washington and Williamsport pike in Southwestern Nottingham, on the Carrol Line, has enjoyed a local habitation and name ever since the Whiskey Insurrection. On the night of Nov. 14th, 1794, Robert Johnson, excise collector for... Continue Reading →

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