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West Wyoming is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. The borough is located within the Greater Pittston metro area. The population was 2,725 at the 2010 census.
In 1768, the Susquehanna Company of Connecticut devised a plan to divide the Wyoming Valley into five townships. Each township was to be divided amongst forty settlers. West Wyoming was originally part of Kingston Township. The community’s first forty settlers arrived in February 1769. Benjamin Carpenter and his brother Gilbert developed several mills along the banks of Abrahams Creek around 1800. The first mills included a grist mill and a saw mill.
The community eventually broke away from Kingston Township in 1885. The town was originally known as Carpentersville, Shoemaker's Mills, and New Troy.
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