The borough of Clarion is located in the handsome Appalachian Mountain region in Clarion Country, Pennsylvania. It is situated 100 miles northeast of Pittsburgh at an elevation of 1491 feet. The city is named after the Clarion River, as the country is placed along the River side. The fist settlement was made in 1801. Previous settlers include Germans and Scottish-Irish who came from the older countries of the state. It was incorporated in 1841. The city was a major producer of oil, coal, natural gas and lumber. According to the census of 2007, the population of Clarion was 5271. The races in Clarion include White (193%25), Black (3%25), Hispanic (1%25) and other races from Asia Latino. The summers in Clarion are mild with temperatures ranging from 80 to 90 degree Fahrenheit, while the winters are cold with temperatures varying between 10 and 20 degree Fahrenheit. Clarion is popular for the annual Autumn Leaf Festival.
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