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Pennsylvania County or Town Histories, D - E - F

 

Dauphin

Histories and Genealogies of Southeast Pennsylvania, Part A, Covering the Counties of Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, and Philadelphia CD

Collected Cemetery Records, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

Early Families of Lancaster, Lebanon and Dauphin Counties, Pennsylvania icon

The Ingomar Papers: Reminiscences of the Early Nineteenth Century in a Pennsylvania Village icon

History and Topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry Counties, Pennsylvania icon

History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: Biographical and Genealogical

History of the 127th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

Dauphin County: Elements Toward a 20th-Century Pictorial History

Records of Pastoral Acts at Zion Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1795-1827 icon

Records of the Klinger Church, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania: Including BOWMAN and KLINGER Families icon

Oakdale Church Record: Berrysburg Circuit, East Pennsylvania Conference, Evangelical Association, 1863-1968 icon

Hummelstown Bicentennial, 200th Anniversary, 1762-1962, Hummelstown, Pennsylvania icon

Historic Paxton (PA), Her Days and Her Ways, 1722-1913 ... icon

The SUTCLIFFEs of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania icon

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Delaware

History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the Territory Included Within Its Limits to the Present (1862) icon

Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord Monthly Meeting, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 1679-1808 icon

Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania icon

Pennsylvania Births: Delaware County, 1682-1800 icon

Middletown Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania icon

Historic Newtown Township, Pennsylvania: 1681-1983

Historic Newtown, Pennsylvania: Images of America icon

Marple & Newtown Townships icon

Merion in the Welsh Tract With Sketches of the Townships of Haverford and Radnor. Historical and Genealogical Collections Concerning the Welsh Barony in the Province of Pennsylvania Settled by the Cymric Quakers in 1682 icon

Chester and Its Vicinity, Delaware County, in Pennsylvania With Genealogical Sketches of Some Old Families icon

Prosperity and Progress: Concord Township, Pennsylvania, 1683-1983

The History of Old St. David's Church: Radnor, Delaware County Pennsylvania icon

Where Pennsylvania History Began [Cover Title], Or Sketch and Map of a Trip From Philadelphia to Tinicum Island, Delaware County, Pennsylvania icon

A History of Upper Darby, Delaware County, Pennsylvania icon

From Media's Past. a Pictorial History of Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania icon

Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Chester and Delaware Counties, Pennsylvania

1790 Delaware County, Pennsylvania Census icon

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Elk

A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania: Embracing the Counties of Tioga, Potter, McKean, Warren, Crawford, Venango, Forest, Clarion, Elk, Jefferson, Cameron, Butler, Lawrence and Mercer; Also a Pioneer Sketch of the Cities of Allegheny...

Original, Antique 1872 Map: Counties of Warren, McKean, Potter, Forest, Elk and Cameron

History of the Counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter , Pennsylvania, with Biographical Selections icon


 

 

Biographical Sketches of Elk County People Combined With Who's Who in Elk County: Embellished With Photographs Containing Thumb-Nail History of Elk County, Giving Location, Topography, Population and Other Interesting Information icon

 

A History of Elk County, Pennsylvania, 1981 icon

 

Longrifles of Pennsylvania, Volume 1: Jefferson, Clarion & Elk Counties icon

 

A History of Johnsonburg 1810-1985 icon

 

Story of Sinnamahone icon

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Erie

Harborcreek's Yesteryears - A Look Back in Time: Harborcreek Township Bicentennial, 1803-2003

Popular History of Erie County, Pennsylvania

Pictorial Review: Erie Centennial, 1851-1951; Erie County Sesqui-Centennial, 1801-1951

Historic Erie County: An Illustrated History

Erie History - The Women's Story

Reflections of Erie County Physicians

Lost Erie: The Vanished Heritage of City and County

Home Port Erie: Voices of Silent Images

Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Erie County, Pennsylvania...

Soldiers of the American Revolution Who... Were Residents of, or Whose Graves are Located in Erie, Pennsylvania

Erie Daily Times: Growing With Erie Since 1888 icon

History of Erie County, Pennsylvania, From its First Settlement

History of Erie County, 1870-1970 icon

A Twentieth Century History of Erie County Pennsylvania

Gazetteer and Business Directory for Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1873-74

Erie - A Guide to the City and County

Erie County, Pennsylvania: Images of America

The Swiss Family RUSTERHOLTZ in America; a History and Genealogy of Jacob and Catherine Kaufman RUSTERHOLTZ of Erie County, Pennsylvania, and Their Descendants icon

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Fayette

Cemeteries of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Oak Grove Cemetery located on Route 40 West of Uniontown Fayette Co., Pennsylvania (Originally named Union Cemetery)

History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men

Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Fayette County

Centennial History of the Borough of Connellsville, Pennsylvania, 1806-1906

Ohio Valley Genealogies, Relating Chiefly to Families in Harrison, Belmont and Jefferson Counties, Ohio, and Washington, Westmoreland and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania icon

A History of the Medical Profession of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

Genealogy of Some Early Families in Grant & Pleasant Districts, Preston County, West Virginia; Also the THORY Family of Fayette County, Pennsylvania & the CUNNINGHAM Family of Somerset County, Pennsylvania icon

CUSHMAN Genealogy and General History, Including the Descendants of the Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and Monongalia County, Virginia, Families

A History and Genealogy of the MOORE Family of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

The ROCKWELLs (ROCKHOLDs) of Fayette County, Pennsylvania

A History of Uniontown, the County Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania icon

Sold! Stories of Uniontown and Fayette County

Sold! Early History of Salt Lick and Springfield Townships Fayette County, Pennsylvania icon

Sold! Manuscript Ledger for the Redstone Paper Mill, July 1825-Nov. 1826 icon

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Forest

A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania: Embracing the Counties of Tioga, Potter, McKean, Warren, Crawford, Venango, Forest, Clarion, Elk, Jefferson, Cameron, Butler, Lawrence and Mercer; Also a Pioneer Sketch of the Cities of Allegheny...

Original, Antique 1872 Map: Counties of Warren, McKean, Potter, Forest, Elk and Cameron

History of Marienville, 1833-1976

Tornado Tales: a Collection of Personal Experiences icon

An Illustrated History of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; History of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania; History of Forest County, Pennsylvania

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Franklin

Some Pioneer Families of Franklin County, Pennsylvania icon 

History and Topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry Counties, Pennsylvania icon

Fannettsburg Presbyterian Records, 1851-1970 icon

Daniel TRUBEY of Franklin County, Pennsylvania: The First Four Generations

The Burial Places of Mercersburg's Sons From Meaux to Compiegne
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Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, City and Rural Routes, Directory (1936) icon

Chambersburg, Frontier Town, 1730-1794: A Bicentennial Narrative of the Origin and Growth of Chambersburg and Franklin County in Pennsylvania icon

American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania icon

Recollections of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania Chiefly Between the Years 1830-1850 icon

Chambersburg in the Colony and the Revolution

The Burning of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Historical Sketch of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Prepared for the Centennial Celebration Held at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1876 icon

Historical Papers: Franklin County & Cumberland Valley icon

A History of the Cumberland Valley in Pennsylvania, Volume I: Counties of Franklin and Cumberland icon

Records of the Congregation of Trinity Reformed/United Church of Christ, Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, 1828-2003 icon

Biographical Annals of Franklin County, Pennsylvania: Genealogical Records of Representative Families Including Many of the Earlier Settlers... icon

History of the Presbyterian Church of Upper West Conococheague Now Mercersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania icon

The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War - The Eve of War
An exciting, ground-level view of the Civil War through the innovative use of book, CD-ROM, and the World Wide Web, created by an award-winning historian. Two communities in America's Great Valley --Franklin county, Pennsylvania, and Augusta County, Virginia --separated by only a few hundred miles, share much in their politics and ways of life. Yet they emerge on opposing sides of a war in which they zealously send their sons to fight and die. Here we see a Civil War that is not the inevitable conflict of rival civilizations, but a human drama, immediate, particular, engrossing. This is history as lived experience, presented in a beautifully designed digital archive of letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, military records, maps, images, and music. With cutting-edge technology that makes full use of both CD-ROM and the Web, Valley of the Shadow allows us all --from beginners to buffs to experts --to navigate the past in ways not possible before. Whether your interests are in the Civil War, Southern history, military history, African-American history, or biography, you can explore them to the fullest here. The CD runs on both Macintosh and Windows platforms.

Churches of the Valley: Or, an Historical Sketch of the Old Presbyterian Congregations of Cumberland and Franklin Counties, in Pennsylvania icon

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Fulton

The GORDON Family of Fulton County, Pennsylvania, Since 1775 A. D....

Silversmiths and Clockmakers of Fulton County, Pennsylvania, 1785-1900

1850 Census: Fulton County, Pennsylvania

1860 Census: Fulton County, Pennsylvania

1870 Census: Fulton County, Pennsylvania

McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania: Moments in History, 1786-1986

Sideling Hill Primitive Baptist Congregation From 1790

Frontier Forts of Fulton County, Pennsylvania

Gunsmiths of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania

History of Bedford, Somerset, and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania


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