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Exeter Borough History & More

     Established in 1884.  The name Exeter derives from the ancient city of Exeter in Devon, England.  According to the US Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 5.0 miles, of which, 4.7 square miles of it is land and 0.3 square miles is water.  It lies on the west side of the Susquehanna River and has two distinct islands:  Monocanock and Scovell with a number of other smaller islands.

     Exeter Borough is known as the of peace and prosperity, it was full of great men, the descendants of great men and of Revolutionary War relics. Every foot of it has some historical significance. Today, Exeter Borough is mostly a residential area and supports an extensive recycling program. A newly renovated borough building was rededicated in April 2003. Exeter Borough has four playgrounds and a Nature Park, which is dedicated to Senator Raphael Musto.


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Our Neighbors:
  Forty Fort
  ▪ West Pittston
West Wyoming


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From Memories Past:
   · Exeter High School Miss Cherry Blossom Musical Playbill February 1954  
   · Exeter High School function tickets 1953-54  

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