Endeavor, Pennsylvania

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Endeavor is a community in Hickory Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania, along Allegheny National Forest, on Pennsylvania Route 666. The town is the site of the oldest mill in Pennsylvania, erected in 1834.


The community was named after the Christian Endeavor Society, who were the original inhabitants of the town. Before it was called Endeavor, it was called Stowtown.


Endeavor Sawmill & Dry Kiln Division of Industrial Timber and Lumber Company[1] operates in Endeavor.[2]


  1. ^ http://www.yellowpages.com/endeavor-pa/mip/industrial-timber-lumber-co-465566475
  2. ^ http://www.itlcorp.com/locations/endeavor.aspx

Coordinates: 41°35′22″N 79°23′06″W / 41.58944°N 79.38500°W / 41.58944; -79.38500