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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...

Howden & Odbert's Atlas: Warren County, Pennsylvania

A History Of Pine Grove Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania: 1795-1995

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

History of Warren County, Pennsylvania icon

Old Time Tales of Warren County icon

Historic Buildings in Warren County, Pennsylvania icon

A Medical History of Warren County, Pennsylvania icon

Revolutionary Soldiers of Warren County, Pennsylvania

Warren County Trolleys icon

Genealogical Gleanings of SIGGINS and Other Pennsylvania Families: a Volume of History, Biography and Colonial, Revolutionary, Civil and Other War Records, Including Names of Many Other Warren County Pioneers icon




History of Washington County: From Its First Settlement to the Present Time icon

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

Some Pioneers of Washington County, Pennsylvania: A Family History icon

Preserving Our Past: Landmark Architecture of Washington County, Pennsylvania icon

Estate Records, 1781-96, and Deed Records, 1782-85, in Washington County, Pennsylvania icon

Washington County, Pennsylvania Frontier Rangers, 1781-1782: Washington County, Pennsylvania Rangers, Revolutionary War Burials of Greene County, Pennsylvania, Revolutionary War Burials of Washington County, Pennsylvania icon

Abstracts of the Washington County Reporter...

History of the Graveyard Connected With Cross Creek Presbyterian Church, Containing all the Inscriptions on Headstones and Monuments Therein, and Names of all known to the Author who are Buried there

Highland Cemetery, California, Washington County, Pennsylvania

Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Washington County, Pennsylvania

Pigeon Creek Baptist Church: The History of a Congregation in Vanceville, Pennsylvania

Index to Washington County, Pennsylvania Wills: 1781-1900 icon

Abstracts of Washington County, Pennsylvania Will Books 1-5

Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania -Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and many of the Early Settled Families, 2 Vols.

History of the Cross Creek Graveyard and the Cross Creek Cemetery icon

The Old and New Monongahela

The Monongahela of Old: Or, Historical Sketches of South-Western Pennsylvania to the Year 1800

1790 Washington County, Pennsylvania Census icon

The Courts of Justice Bench and Bar of Washington County, Pennsylvania. With Sketches of Early Court-Houses-With Portraits and Illustrations icon

The Centennial Celebration of the Organization of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Proceedings and Addresses... icon

History of Washington County, Pennsylvania, With Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men

BROWNLEE Genealogy - Some Descendants of William BROWNLEE, 1786-1861, Washington County, Pennsylvania

The LYLEs of Washington County, Pennsylvania, Being an Account of the Origin, Migrations and Generations of the Family

Genealogy of the Descendants of Robert SMITH: Who Settled Near Castle Shannon, Washington County, Now in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 1772




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

Centennial and Illustrated Wayne County Historical, Biographical, Industrial, Picturesque, Commercial, Financial... icon

Picturesque Wayne icon

History of the Township of Mount Pleasant Wayne County, Pennsylvania icon

Honesdale and the Stourbridge Lions icon

Canal Town: Honesdale 1850-1875 icon

History & Up-to-Date Facts of Honesdale & Wayne County, Pennsylvania (1961) icon

Honesdale, Wayne County, Pennsylvania icon

Looking Back Souvenir Book of the Wayne County Fair Centennial Celebration 1862-1962 icon

History of Sterling Wayne County, Pennsylvania. Its Churches, Its Community, Its People icon

Jabez ROCKWELL: A Biographical Sketch. Including a Genealogy and Brief History ..Honesdale, Wayne Co., Pa; 1901




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

The History of the Poke Run Presbyterian Church, 1785-1977

Listen to Our Words: Oral Histories of the Jewish Community of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania icon

Westmoreland (Pennsylvania) Census of 1783 icon

1790 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Census icon

Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, With New Index icon

Fort Ligonier and Its Times icon

A Farm Heritage Album: Fifty Years of Westmoreland County Farming History Told Through the Photographs and Stories of Those Who Lived Them icon

Old Westmoreland: a History of Western Pennsylvania During the Revolution icon

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania: an Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites icon

The Longrifles of Western Pennsylvania: Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties
"The American longrifle, also known as the Kentucky rifle, was the finest rifle in the world for over a century. As this illustrated book aims to show, the gunmakers of Western Pennsylvania were second to none in their skill and artistry. From the first settling of the land west of the Alleghenies, local gunsmiths produced the rifles that enabled the frontier family to survive in the wilderness. "

A Short History of Westmoreland County icon

History of the Certified Township of Kingston, Pennsylvania icon

Sources for Searching Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania icon

Col. Henry BOUQUET and His Campaigns of 1763 and 1764 icon

The FULTON Family of Westmorland County, Pennsylvania icon

We GALBRAITHs: Ancestors and Descendants of William and Nancy (Huston) GALBRAITH of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania icon

SMITH Family: Descendants of George and Barbara (Bash ) SMITH of Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania and Coshocton Co., Ohio, Whose Children Migrated Westward Through Hancock Co., Indiana and Madison Co., Ohio, With Allied Lines... icon




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

History of Luzerne, Lackawanna, and Wyoming Counties, Pennsylvania

A History of Auburn and Meshoppen Schools 1892-1957 Volume I (Cover Title "Remembering Meshoppen and Auburn Schools") icon

Laceyville: 1776-1976 icon

Nicholson: The First Two Hundred Years

Chapters in Northeastern Pennsylvania History Luzerne, Lackawanna, and Wyoming Counties icon

Genealogical and Family History of the Wyoming and Lackawanna Valleys Pennsylvania (in Two Volumes) icon

Documents Relating to the Connecticut Settlement in the Wyoming Valley (Pennsylvania) icon

History of Wyoming [County] in a Series of Letters: From Charles MINER to His Son, William Penn MINER, Esq. icon

Original, Antique Handwritten Manuscript General Store Day Account Books; Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania icon
From the seller: "Four individual general store day account books from Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. The first was the account of Charles WALL at C L Kresky & Co, entered in a 4 x 6 1/2 inch soft cover booklet with a curious drawing of a cherub surrounded by the stock in trade with 17 pp of itemized purchases for 1889, apparently made during weekly trips to town, with 4 pp in the back of produce he presumably sold to them, mainly butter and eggs. Next is a 3 3/4 x 6 inch soft cover booklet, this one with entries for 1894 with pages towards the back filled with simple arithmetic, probably some rough accounting, plus several laid-in sheets. Next is a 3 3/4 x 6 1/2 inch full tan leather book with a folding flap and pocket, with more entries for 1889 (approximately 100 pp), but these are for various people, each identified by their name, plus 2 laid-in flysheets for the Union Coffee Co of New York, an 1889 invoice from Rice, Levy & Co, Scranton, PA, and 3 bills of lading from the Leigh Valley Railroad, in the name of Charles WALL, who may have then been the owner or an employee of the store. Last is a hardcover tan leather-bound, this one with approximately 100 pp of entries for various identified customers for 1900 and part of 1901. Good to very good overall, with the only major defects being some inactive silverfish nibble marks on 6 or 7 leaves of the third book. With occasional exceptions, all entries are legible. A fascinating glimpse into the domestic economy of a small Pennsylvania town, with the bulk of the purchases being for items that could not be produced on the farm or home, and a few conveniences and luxuries, such as shoes, matches, oil, spices and raisins at the period when more and more manufactured and goods from distant points were penetrating the heartland."




York County and the World War [WWI]: Being a History of York and York County icon

100 Years at Warrington: York County, Pennsylvania, Quaker Marriages, Removals, Births and Deaths icon

Genealogy of the John Peter STRAYER Family of York County, Pennsylvania with Allied Marriages: ALTLAND, BAKER, FREY, GREIST, MURPHY, RINEARD, THOMPSON & Others

Pictorial History of Pleasure and Commercial Vehicles Manufactured in York County, Pennsylvania icon

Descendants of Christian SHIVELY of Warwick Township, Lancaster County and later York Township, York County, Pennsylvania

A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania icon

The Annals of the Families of Caspar Henry BALTZER and George SPENGLER Who Settled in York County Respectively in 1729, 1732, 1732 and 1751 With Biographical and Historical Sketches and Memorabilia of Contemporaneous Local Events icon

"On My Honor:" 70 Years of Scouting in York & Adams Counties

Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania (Revised Edition)

Tax List of York County, Pennsylvania, 1779

Records of St. Matthew's Evangelical Church 1741-1831

Mathew DILL Genealogy: A Study of the DILL Family of Dillsburg, York County, Pennsylvania, 1698-1934

History of the Cross Creek Graveyard and the Cross Creek Cemetery icon

Guide to Research in York & Adams Counties, Pennsylvania icon

Digges' Choice, 1724-1800: A History of Land Transactions Within a Portion of York and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania icon

Pennsylvania Births, York County, 1730-1800 icon

Pennsylvania Divorces: Dauphin County, 1788-1867 and York County, 1790-1860 icon



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