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Family of John and Anna Margaret Lowald SNYDER of Northampton and Centre Counties Pennsylvania icon

Pennsylvania Births: Northampton County, 1733-1800

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

Index to the 1850 Census of Pennsylvania: Berks County; Bucks County; Lancaster County; Luzerne & Wyoming Counties; Northampton County

DRAKE Genealogy in the Line of Samuel DRAKE of Lower Smithfield Township, Northampton (now Monroe) County, Pennsylvania

Genealogy of Jacob KING and Matheus KING of Northampton County, Pennsylvania icon

History of Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe, Carbon, and Schuylkill Counties: Containing a Brief History of the First Settlers, Topography of Townships, Notices of Leading Events, Incidents, and Interesting Facts in the Early History of These Counties icon

Portrait and Biographical Record of Lehigh, Northampton and Carbon Counties, Pennsylvania

Northampton icon

1790 Census: Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Whence Came Our Early Place-Names? icon

Northampton Heritage: The Story of an American County icon

The Scotch-Irish of Northampton County, Pennsylvania

A Check List of Imprints of the German Press of Northampton County, Pennsylvania: 1766-1905

Genealogies, Necrology, & Reminiscences of "Irish Settlement, " Or Record of Those Scotch-Irish Presbyterian Families Who Were First Settlers in the "Forks of Delaware," Now Northampton County, Pennsylvania icon

Creeks, Dams, & Mills of the Upper Bushkills, Northampton County, Pennsylvania icon

Twelfth Annual Convention Four-County Firemen's Association Comprising Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe and Northampton Counties... icon (1909)

Sweet Land of Liberty: The Ordeal of the American Revolution in Northampton County, Pennsylvania   
"It is often said that the American Revolution was a conservative revolution, but in many parts of the British colonies the Revolution was anything but conservative. This book follows the Revolution in Pennsylvania’s backcountry through the experiences of eighteen men and women who lived in Northampton County during these years of turmoil.

"Fox’s account will startle many readers for whom the Revolution symbolizes the high-minded pursuit of liberty. In 1774, Northampton County was the second largest of Pennsylvania’s eleven counties, comprising more than 2,500 square miles, three towns (Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton), and some 15,000 people. When the Revolution broke out, militias took control. Frontier justice replaced the rule of law as zealous patriots preoccupied themselves not with fighting the British but with seizing local political power and persecuting their pacifist neighbors.

"Sweet Land of Liberty reawakens the Revolution in Northampton County with sketches of men and women caught up in it. Seldom is this story told from the vantage point of common folks, let alone those in the backcountry. In Fox’s hands, we see in these individuals an altogether more disturbing Revolution than we have ever reckoned with before."

Around Bangor, Pennsylvania: Images of America

200 Years of Bridge History, 1794-1994 (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) icon

Easton Inkscapes: Impressions of Antique Buildings and Streetscapes Within the Historic District of Easton, Pennsylvania icon

Historic Easton From the Window of a Trolley-Car icon

The Old Home Town: Easton & Phillipsburg Scenes of Yesteryear

A Vase of Flowers: History of the Kreidersville Area

History of Palmer Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania icon

Lower Saucon Township: Images of America

Sweet Dream, Tales of a River City

Williamsport: Frontier Village to Regional Center icon




George WALKER (of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, & Tioga County, New York ) and His Descendants icon

A Checklist of Pennsylvania Newspapers Available In and For the Counties of Columbia, Luzerne, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill & Sullivan

FOWLER Genealogy, Descendants of Henry FOWLER (1633-1687) of Columbia, Northumberland and Lycoming Counties, Pennsylvania and Mahoning, Trumbull and...

Sunbury, Pennsylvania, Two Hundred Years: 1772-1972

Wills and Administrations of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania

Mount Carmel Cemetery Located at Mount Carmel

Historical Book of Berrysburg and Mifflin Township, 1819 - 1969

Otzinachson: Or, A History of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna, Embracing a Full Account of its Settlement, Trials and Privations Endured by the First Pioneers, Full Accounts of the Indian Wars, Predatory Incursions, Abductions, Massacres, etc.

Northumberland County in the American Revolution

Wills and Administrations of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania

1790 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Census icon


Sold! History of Northumberland, Huntington, Mifflin, Centre, Union, Columbia, Juniata, and Clinton Counties, Pa icon

History of Northumberland County Pennsylvania icon

The History of the BYERLY Family, Berks, Schuylkill and Northumberland Counties icon



Churches Between The Mountains: A History Of The Lutheran Congregations In Perry County, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Civil War Veteran Burials: Volume I: Adams County, Perry County

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

History of That Part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys Embraced in the Counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

A Perry County Collection: A Re-Print of Four Rare Local Histories of Perry, County, Pennsylvania icon

Records of the Annual HENCH and DROMGOLD Reunion Held in Perry County, Pennsylvania From 1897 to 1912

A Book of Favorite Recipes Contributed By Presbyterian Churches of Perry and Juniata Counties icon

History of Perry County, Pennsylvania Including Descriptions of Indian and Pioneer Life From the Time of Earliest Settlement icon

Antiques of Perry County, Pennsylvania icon

Bells & Whistles in Old Perry: Narrow Gauge Railroading in Central Pennsylvania's Perry County...

Fire Fighters of Perry County icon

Hunting in Perry County icon



Guide to Records of the Sale of Commonwealth Property in the County of Philadelphia, 1780-1798 icon

Military Petitions for Naturalization Filed in the Philadelphia County District Court: 1862-1874

Philadelphia Naturalization Records, 1789-1880: Index to Records of Aliens' Declarations of Intention And/or Oaths of Allegiance

A Checklist of Pennsylvania Newspapers, Vol. I: Philadelphia County

Sold! Philadelphia County Pennsylvania Area Key

1870 Census Index: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania icon

Colonial Philadelphians icon

At Peace with Honor: Civil War Burials of Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania icon

Philadelphia Then & Now icon

Imagining Philadelphia: Travelers' Views of the City from 1800 to the Present icon

Philadelphia in the Romantic Age of Lithography: An Illustrated History ...

Violent Death in the City - Suicide, Accident, and Murder in Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia

The Stranger's Guide in Philadelphia to All Public Buildings, Places of Amusement, Commercial, Benevolent, and Religious Institutions, and Churches, Principal Hotels, Etc. (1858)

Runaway Women: Elopements and Other Miscreant Deeds As Advertised in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1789

Record of Indentures of Individuals Bound Out as Apprentices, Servants, Etc.,: And of German and Other Redemptioners in the Office of the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia, October 3, 1771, to October 5, 1773; With a New Index icon

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

An Alphabetical Index to Ulster Emigrants to Philadelphia: 1803-1850

Hike Out: The History of the Philadelphia Fire Department

United States Direct Tax of 1798: Tax Lists for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania icon

Abstracts of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills...

Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Philadelphia, 1800-1819: The Philadelphia Baggage Lists

Philadelphia German Pioneers icon

Guide to the Microfilm of the Archives of Old Christ Church, Philadelphia icon

A History of the Schuylkill Fishing Company of the State in Schuylkill, 1732-1888

Philadelphia Marriages & Obituaries 1857-1860: Philadelphia Saturday Bulletin

Philadelphia and Popular Philadelphians. Illustrated with Many Views and Portraits

One Hundred Years in Philadelphia, 1847-1947: The Evening Bulletin's Anniversary Yearbook icon

Sold! Vaughan Shipwrights of Kensington, Philadelphia: Their VAN HOOK & NORRIS Lineages and Combined Progeny icon

Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-1750: Being a List of Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends icon

The German Immigration into Pennsylvania Through the Port of Philadelphia icon
"This important historical study deals with the background of German immigration, especially that of the Palatines, the causes, migration patterns, the leading figures in the movement, and the disposition of the immigrants. Much of the book deals with the redemptioners, those who bound themselves to service as payment for the trip to America. It covers the types of bond servants and evaluates their role in the development of the German settlements, with accounts of their rise, progress, and place in American Society."

Philadelphia Graveyards & Cemeteries (Images of America)

Philadelphia: A 300-Year History icon

Baptisms & Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia, 1709-1760

Early Records of the First Reformed Church of Philadelphia icon

The Philadelphia Record Almanac icon
(1800-1887, 1889-1902)

German Immigrant Servant Contracts: Registered at the Port of Philadelphia, 1817-1831

The Philadelphia Inquirer's Guide to Historic Philadelphia icon

The Irish in Philadelphia: Ten Generations of Urban Experience icon

Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia Co., 1644-1765

Pennsylvania Births: Philadelphia County, 1766-1780 icon

Guide to Civil War Philadelphia icon

Paddy OWEN's Regulars icon
During the American Civil War, the lads of the 69th Pennsylvania "Irish Volunteers" from Philadelphia fought in every battle with the Army of the Potomac. From 1861 to 1865 the regiment marched under its Irish Green battle flag in the midst of engagements from Glendale to Antietam to Gettysburg to Petersburg. They participated in the entire Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Glendale their bayonet charge to recover captured union artillery pieces was hailed as "the first successful bayonet charge of the war." They charged into the West Woods at Antietam and charged up Marye's Heights at Fredericksburg On July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, the wall they defended was the target of Pickett's charge. That day they lost 50% of their men killed, wounded or captured along with their Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel and Major. In the Winter of 1864 the 69th became the only regiment in their Brigade to reenlist as a unit to fight the war to the end. At Spotsylvania, they attacked the "mule shoe" and captured a confederate battle flag. On to Cold Harbor and Petersburg they fought finally pursuing Lee's Army of Northern Virginia to surrender at Appomattox. Of the more than 1000 men who marched off to war in August 1861, only 56 remained on duty at Appomattox Courthouse. This book is about their history, their combat and their daily lives. It details the role they played in every battle and the personalities that constituted the regiment. Incorporating hundreds of personal letters with photographs and maps, the tale of the "Irish Volunteers" is examined on a day to day basis. From their roots as children of Irish immigrants during the Potato famine to their return home to Philadelphia in glory, the story of the 69th Pennsylvania "Irish Volunteers," Paddy Owen's regulars is the story of heroism and individual courage.

Philadelphia Preserved: Catalog of the Historic American Building Survey icon

Byways and Boulevards in and About Historic Philadelphia icon

Index to Seamen's Protection Certificate Applications, Port of Philadelphia

Historic Sacred Places of Philadelphia icon

The Inscriptions in St. Peter's Church Yard, Philadelphia

General Alumni Catalogue of the University of Pennsylvania icon

History of St. Matthew's Church: Francisville, Philadelphia: 1822-1925 icon

Historic Town of the Middle States icon
(1899) "The cities surveyed are Albany, Saratoga, Schenectady, Newburgh, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, New York City, Brooklyn, Princeton, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh."

The Settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania and the Beginning of German Emigration to North America icon

18th-Century Records of the Germantown Reformed Church of Pennsylvania icon

Biographical Record of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia 1864-1962 icon

University of Pennsylvania: Its History, Influence, Equipment and Characteristics With Biographical Sketches and Portraits of Founders, Benefactors, Officers and Alumni, Etc. icon

Original Catalogue of Medical Graduates in the University of Pennsylvania, at the Commencement Held April 6th, 1850 icon

Buried Genealogical Data: A Complete List of Addressed Letters Left in the Post Offices of Philadelphia, Chester, Lancaster, Trenton, New Castle & Wilmington Between 1748 and 1780 icon

HARRISON, WAPLES and Allied Families; Being the Ancestry of George Leib HARRISON of Philadelphia and of His Wife Sarah Ann WAPLES icon

John BULL of Perkiomen, Early Philadelphia County, Now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

The JOHNSON Family and Allied Families of Lincolnshire, England. Being the Ancestry and Posterity of Lawrence JOHNSON of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Genealogical Notes: Joseph and Lydia Roberts JONES of Gwynedd, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania

Captain John MacPHERSON of Philadelphia, His Wife, Mary Ann MacNEAL and Their Descendants icon

William PRESTON of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Allied Families icon

The History and Genealogy of the REED Family: Johann Philb Ried, Rieth, Riedt, Ritt, Rit, Rudt, Etc. in England and America: an Early Settler of Salford Township, (New Goshenhoppen Region), Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania icon

Pencoyd and The ROBERTS Family

Philadelphia's Cultural Landscape: The SARTAIN Family Legacy

Historic Houses of Philadelphia: A Tour of the Region's Museum Homes icon

Philadelphia in Picture Postcards, 1900-1930 icon




The Story of the River Road-Life Along the Delaware From Bushkill to Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania

A History of Pike County, Pennsylvania

Commemorative Biographical Record of Northeastern Pennsylvania Including the Counties of Susquehanna, Wayne, Pike and Monroe, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and Many of the Early Settled Families CD

Milford, Pennsylvania: Heritage 250 (1733-1983)

Matamoras to Shohola, Pennsylvania icon


History of the Blooming Grove Hunting & Fishing Club: 1871-1999

Little Bushkill Rod and Gun Club, 1920-1970, Pike County, Pennsylvania icon

A Legacy of Wilderness, the Centennial History of the Lake Forest Club



Potter County, Pennsylvania Potpourri: Genealogical and Historical News from the Potter Enterprise icon

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

Unique, Original Handwritten Manuscript Docket of H. H. SWETLAND, Justice of the Peace for Potter County, Pennsylvania. Records for 1903-1937 icon

History of Potter County, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania's Pine Creek Valley and Pioneer Families

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

Ole Bull Pilgrimage: July 30, 1920 icon

Sold! Historical Sketches of Potter County: 1776-1976; So Your Children Can Tell Their Children


Sold! Wood Hick Pig's Ear & Murphy: the Historical Study of Galeton, Pennsylvania and Surrounding Area icon



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