I have been doing a little on line research as well as some riding around. Every town near Port Allegany is only a skip and a hop along the "Canyon Road" Route 6 is the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. I'm staying in Coudersport until the closing tomorrow. I visited the Coudersport Area Recreational Park yesterday. Probably 75 acres of parkland that includes woods, lots of dedicated athletic fields, pavilions for picnicking and gatherings, and just plain old open space with lots of potential. Coudersport is believed to be named for a Dutch settler named Couder. He was the first settler and set up a port on the Allegheny River. Hence the name Couders Port. The town was settled in 1807. Incorporated in 1848. Population in 1880, (731), 1920 (2,356), 1950 (2,519), 2016 (2,053). I took a few pictures in the Old School Diner that I have had a few meals in. Some of these pictures are pictures of old post cards. They definitely show the potential for finding some old coinage. I'm not sure of the dates on these schools but they sure look like silver containing grounds.