History of New Eagle, Pa.
From: A History of Washington County, Pennsylvania
By: Earle R. Forrest
Published By The S. J. Clark Publishing Company, Chicago 1926

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New Eagle, originally called Riverview, adjoins Monongahela City and was laid out in 1901 by J. S. Markell in Carrol Township and incorporated as the borough of New Eagle on September 9. 1912. It is located on the Pennsylvania railroad and the Pittsburgh-Charleroi electric line.

C. S. Wilkins is principal of schools, with nine teachers under him. There are 423 pupils. The property valuation is $6,640,315. and the tax levy for school purposes is fifteen mills, which brought in $12,414 for school purposes last year. Total receipts of the district were $25.053 in 1925.

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