Pennsylvania Civil War Genealogy 419 Books History Collection Rare 3 DVDs

 

Pennsylvania Civil War Genealogy 419 Books History Collection Rare 3 DVDs

This CD is designed to work on most computer operating systems, including the MAC.

These are full version rare books… Very readable even though pages are yellowed. see photos from the ebooks below!!

 If you have ancestors from Pennsylvania or you are a historian then this dvd is a real treat, the reference library on this dvd is invaluable. This is a must have for your family tree search or your reference on Pennsylvania relatives.

 

What is on the 3 DVDS?

  1. A daily journal of the 192nd regt Penn volunteers, commanded by Col. William B. Thomas, in the service of the United States for one hundred days (1864) – Myers, John C
  2. A sketch of the 126th Regiment Pennsylvania volunteers (1869) – Rowe, David Watson
  3. Company “K,” 155th Pa. Volunteer Zouaves : a detailed history of its organization and service to the country during the Civil War from 1862 until the collapse of the rebellion, together with many incidents and reminiscences of the camp, the march and the battle field, also much of the history of the grand old 155th (1888) – Marshall, D. P; Cline, J. Andrew; Porter, W. D
  4. Eighty-fourth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers (infantry.) (1890) – Merchant, Thomas Edward
  5. History of Company K of the 140th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers (1862-’65) (1906) – Powelson, Benjamin F; Sweeney, Alexander
  6. History of Durell’s Battery in the Civil War (Independent Battery D. Pennsylvania Volunteer Artillery.) (1903) – Cuffel, Charles A
  7. History of Hampton Battery F, Independent Pennsylvania Light Artillery : organized at Pittsburgh, Pa., October 8, 1861 ; mustered out in Pittsburg, June 26, 1865 (1909) – Clark, William
  8. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature Volume 1 (1869) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman)
  9. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature Volume 2 (1869) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman)
  10. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature Volume 3 (1869) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman)
  11. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature Volume 4 (1869) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman)
  12. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature Volume 5 (1869) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman)
  13. History of the “Bucktails,” Kane Rifle Regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps (13th Pennsylvania Reserves, 42nd of the line) (1906) – Thomson, Osmund Rhodes Howard; Rauch, William H
  14. History of the 101st regiment, Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry 1861-1865 (1910) – Reed, John A.; Dickey, Luther S.
  15. History of the 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers Corn exchange regiment, from their first engagement at Antietam to Appomattox. To which is added a record of its organization and a complete roster. Fully illustrated with maps, portraits, and over one hundred illustrations, with addenda (1905) – Smith, John L.
  16. History of the 127th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, familiarly known as the “Dauphin County regiment.” Authorized by the regimental assocaition and prepared by its committee (1902)
  17. History of the 131st Penna. Volunteers, war of 1861-5 (1902) – Orwig, Joseph R. (Joseph Ray)
  18. History of the 88th Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War for the Union, 1861-1865 (1894) – Vautier, John D
  19. History of the Eighteenth regiment of cavalry, Pennsylvania volunteers (163d regiment of the line) 1862-1865 … comp. & ed. by the Publication committee of the regimental association (1909) – Rodenbough, Theophilus Francis; Grier, Thomas J
  20. History of the Eighty-fifth regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, 1861-1865, comprising an authentic narrative of Casey’s division at the Battle of Seven Pines (1915) – Dickey, Luther Samuel
  21. History of the Eighty-third regiment Pennsylvania volunteers (1865) – Judson, Amos M.
  22. History of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania volunteer cavalry which was recruited and known as the Anderson cavalry in the rebellion of 1861-1865; (1906) – Kirk, Charles H.
  23. History of the First battalion Pennsylvania six months volunteers and 187th regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry; six months and three years service, civil war, 1863-1865; (1905) – Gibbs, James M.
  24. History of the Forty-fifth regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry, 1861-1865 (1912) – Albert, Allen Diehl
  25. History of the Ninety-seventh regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, during the war of the rebellion, 1861-65 (1875) – Price, Isaiah
  26. History of the One hundred & sixth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 2d brigade, 2d division, 2d corps, 1861-1865 (1906) – Ward, Joseph Ripley Chandler
  27. History of the One hundred and fiftieth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, Second regiment, Bucktail brigade, (1905) – Chamberlin, Thomas
  28. History of the One Hundred and Ninety-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers being a complete record of the regiment, with its camps, marches and battles; together with the personal record of every officer and man during his term of service (1884) – Woodward, Major E. M.
  29. History of the One hundred and thirty-eighth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry (1866) – Lewis, Osceola
  30. History of the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1862-1863 (1906) – Wallace, William W
  31. History of the One Hundred and Twenty-fourth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers in the war of the rebellion–1862-1863; regimental re-unions, 1885-1906; history of monument; (1907) – Green, Robert McCay
  32. History of the One Hundred Forty-first Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1862-1865 (1885) – Craft, David
  33. History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps : a complete record of the organization ; and of the different companies, regiments and brigades ; containing descriptions of expeditions, marches, skirmishes, and battles ; together with biographical sketches of officers and personal records of each man during his term of service ; compiled from official reports and other documents (1865) – Sypher, J. R. (Josiah Rhinehart)
  34. History of the Philadelphia Brigade. Sixty-ninth, Seventy-first, Seventy-second, and One hundred and sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers (1876) – Banes, Charles H
  35. History of the Second Pennsylvania veteran heavy artillery (112th regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteers) from 1861 to 1866 (1904) – Ward, George Washington
  36. History of the Seventeenth regiment, Pa. volunteer cavalry or one hundred and sixty-second in line of Pa. volunteer regiments, war to supline the rebellion, 1861-1865; (1911) – Moyer, Henry P
  37. History of the Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania volunteer infantry; (1905) – Gibson, Joseph Thompson
  38. History of the Third Pennsylvania Reserve: being a complete record of the regiment, with incidents of the camp, marches … and battles; together with the personal record of every officer and man during his term of service (1883) – Woodward, E. M. (Evan Morrison)
  39. History of the Twelfth regiment, Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps (41st regiment of the line), from its muster into the United States service, August 10th, 1861, to its muster out, June 11th, 1864, together with biographical sketches of officers and men and a complete muster-out roll. Compiled from official reports, letters, and other documents (1890) – Hardin, M. D. (Martin D.)
  40. History of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, Birneys Zouaves : three months and three years service, Civil War .. (1904) – Wray, William J. (William John)
  41. History Sixty-first regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1865 (1911) – Brewer, Abraham T. Volume 1
  42. History Sixty-first regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1865 (1911) – Brewer, Abraham T. Volume 2
  43. Pennsylvania at Chickamauga and Chattanooga (1900) – Skinner, George Washington
  44. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle Volume 1 (1893) – Nicholson, John P. (John Page)
  45. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle Volume 2 (1893) – Nicholson, John P. (John Page)
  46. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle Volume 3 (1893) – Nicholson, John P. (John Page)
  47. Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Ceremonies at the dedication of the monuments erected by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands engaged in the battle Volume 4 (1893) – Nicholson, John P. (John Page)
  48. Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps “round-up” … June 24, 25, 1903, Harrisburg, Pa. Together with a roster of comrades present (1903) – Rauch, William H.
  49. Re-union of the 28th & 147th regiments, Pennsylvania volunteers, Philadelphia, Nov. 24th, 1871 (1872) – Tyndale, Hector
  50. Red: white: and blue badge, Pennsylvania veteran volunteers. A history of the 93rd regiment, known as the “Lebanon infantry” and “One of the 300 fighting regiments” from September 12th, 1861, to June 27th, 1865 (1911) – Mark, Penrose G
  51. The 48th in the war. Being a narrative of the campaigns of the 48th regiment, infantry, Pennsylvania veteran volunteers, during the war of the rebellion (1895) – Bosbyshell, Oliver Christian
  52. The campaigns of the Fifty-second regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, first known as “The Luzerne regiment” ; being the record of nearly four years’ continous service, from October 7, 1861, to July 12, 1865, in the war for the supression of the rebellion (1911) – Mott, Smith B.
  53. The chronicles of Middletown, containing a compilation of facts, biographical sketches, reminiscences, anecdotes, &c., connected with the history of one of the oldest towns in Pennsylvania; (1906) – Hutchinson, C. H
  54. The Ninety-fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers (Gosline’s Pennsylvania Zouaves”) in the Sixth Corps (1884) – Galloway, George Norton
  55. The Seventy-second regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, at Bloody Angle, Gettysburg (1889)
  56. The story of our regiment; a history of the 148th Pennsylvania vols., written by the comrades (1904) – Muffly, Joseph Wendel
  57. The story of the Forty-eighth : a record of the campaigns of the Forty-eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the four eventful years of its service in the war for the preservation of the Union (1908) – Gould, Joseph
  58. Transactions of the first annual reunion of the 122d regiment Pennsylvania volunteers (1884)
  59. Under the red patch; story of the Sixty third regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1864 .. (1908) – Hays, Gilbert Adams Volume 1
  60. Under the red patch; story of the Sixty third regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-1864 .. (1908) – Hays, Gilbert Adams Volume 2
  61. War from the inside : the story of the 132nd regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry in the war for the suppression of the rebellion, 1862-1863 (1904) – Hitchcock, Frederick Lyman
  62. Soldiers True-The story of the one hundred and eleventh regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, and of its campaigns in the war for the union.1861-1865 By Boyle, John Richards 1903
  63. History of the Fiftieth Regiment Penna. Vet. Vols. 1861-1865 By Lewis Crater 1884

Pennsylvania History Books

  1. 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 (1896) – Spangler, Edward Webster
  2. Art Work of York (1893) – Stuck, Edward
  3. Atlas of York Co., Pennsylvania (1876) – Nichols, Beach
  4. The beginnings of the German element in York County, Pennsylvania (1916) – Wentz, Abdel Ross
  5. Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of the Nineteenth Congressional District, Pennsylvania (1897) – Wiley, Samuel T.
  6. A Book of Views Illustrating York County’s Sesqui-Centennial Celebration, September 3-6, 1899 (1899)
  7. A Brief History of York County (1906) – Prowell, George Reeser
  8. Continental Congress at York, Pennsylvania and York County in the Revolution (1914) – Prowell, George Reeser
  9. Frantz Henrich Gantz of York County, Pennsylvania, his parents and descendants, 1686-1920 – Martin, Lou Ella Johnson
  10. The Historical Sketch, and Account of the Centennial Celebration at York, PA., July 4, 1876. (1876)
  11. Historical sketch of the Proudfit family of York County, Pennsylvania, with a complete record of the descendants of Alexander Proudfit and Martha McCleary (1911) – Compton, Margaret
  12. History of Lancaster and York Counties (1845) – Rupp, Israel Daniel
  13. History of York County, from its erection to the present time (1834) – Carter, W. C.
  14. History of York County Pennsylvania From the Earliest Time to the Present (1886) – Gibson, John
  15. History of York County, Pennsylvania Vol1 (1907) – Prowell, George Reeser – 1372 pages
  16. History of York County, Pennsylvania Vol2 (1907) – Prowell, George Reeser – 1382 pages
  17. Militia rolls–1783-1790. [Bedford county to York county] (1907)
  18. Returns of taxables of the county of York, for the years 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782 and 1783 (1898) – Egle, William Henry
  19. Some facts concerning York and York County : a sesqui-centennial memento (1901) – Hawkins, Charles Augustine
  20. Souvenir : Seventy-fifth anniversary of the First U. B. church, 1840-1915, York, Pa., September 12th to 19th, 1915 (1915)
  21. York County and the world war; being a war history of York and York County (1920) – Hall, Clifford J.
  22. A history of Philadelphia (1839) – Bowen, Daniel
  23. A sylvan city: or, Quaint corner in Philadelphia (1883)
  24. An account of the institution and progress of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia during a hundred years, from January, 1787 (1887) – Ruschenberger, W. S. W. (William Samuel Waithman)
  25. Boyd’s co-partnership and residence business directory of Philadelphia city 1st year (1858) – Boyd, William Henry
  26. Byways and boulevards in and about historic Philadelphia (1925) – Brandt, Francis Burke
  27. Coins and coinage. The United States mint, Philadelphia, history, biography, statistics, work, machinery, products, officials (1881) – Smith, Andrew Madsen
  28. Distinguished men of Philadelphia and of Pennsylvania (1913)
  29. Early Philadelphia; its people, life and progress (1917) – Lippincott, Horace Mather
  30. Fifty glimpses of Philadelphia and vicinity (1895)
  31. Frazier’s centennial pocket guide to Philadelphia .. (1876)
  32. Genealogy of the Wharton family of Philadelphia. 1664 to 1880 (1880) – Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth
  33. Historic Philadelphia; historic, central, metropolitan, industrial (1922)
  34. istorical and commercial Philadelphia handsomely illustrated : with supplement of the World’s Columbian Exposition (1892)
  35. History of the Penrose family of Philadelphia (1903) – Leach, Josiah Granville; Penrose, George Hoffman
  36. History of the presbytery of Philadelphia, and of the Philadelphia Central (1888) – Nevin, Alfred
  37. Magee’s illustrated guide of Philadelphia and the Centennial Exhibition : a guide and description to all places of interest in or about Philadelphia, to the Centennial grounds and buildings, and Fairmount Park (1876)
  38. Market street, Philadelphia; the most historic highway in America, its merchants and its story (1918) – Jackson, Joseph
  39. Penn’s greene country towne; pen and pencil sketches of early Philadelphia and its prominent characters (1903) – Hotchkin, Samuel Fitch
  40. Philadelphia 1681-1887: a history of municipal development (1887) – Allinson, Edward P. (Edward Pease); Penrose, Boies Volume 1
  41. Philadelphia 1681-1887: a history of municipal development (1887) – Allinson, Edward P. (Edward Pease); Penrose, Boies Volume 2
  42. Philadelphia and its environs (1872)
  43. Philadelphia and its environs (1873)
  44. Philadelphia and its environs (1875)
  45. Philadelphia and its environs (1887)
  46. Philadelphia and its environs, and the railroad scenery of Pennsylvania (1875)
  47. Philadelphia and its manufactures, a hand-book exhibiting the development, variety, and statistics of the Manufacturing Industry of Philadelphia, in 1857 (1858) – Freedley, Edwin Troxel
  48. Philadelphia and popular Philadelphians (1891)
  49. Philadelphia as it is in 1852 : being a correct guide to all the public buildings; literary, scientific, and benevolent institutions; and places of amusement ; remarkable objects; manufacturies; commercial warehouses; and wholesale and retail stores in Philadelphia and its vicinity .. (1852) – Smith, R. A.
  50. Philadelphia in 1830-1 (1830) – E. L. Carey and A. Hart
  51. Philadelphia, guide to the city (1920) – Nitzsche, George Erasmus
  52. Philadelphia, past and present (1915) – Pullinger, Herbert
  53. Philadelphia, the place and the people (1912) – Repplier, Agnes
  54. Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad guide book (1877) – Dare, Charles P
  55. Picture of Philadelphia (1835) – E. L. Carey and A. Hart
  56. Picture of Philadelphia, for 1824 : containing the “Picture of Philadelphia, for 1811, by James Mease, M.D.” with all its improvements since that period (1823)
  57. Rand McNally Philadelphia guide to the city and environs (1915)
  58. Standard history of the medical profession of Philadelphia (1897) – Henry, Frederick P. (Frederick Porteous); Anders, James M. (James Meschter)
  59. The book of Philadelphia (1920) – Shackleton, Robert
  60. The colonial architecture of Philadelphia (1920) – Cousins, Frank; Riley, Phil M. (Phil Madison)
  61. The colonial homes of Philadelphia and its neighborhood (1912) – Eberlein, Harold Donaldson; Lippncott, Horace Mather
  62. The historic mansions and buildings of Philadelphia : with some notice of their owners and occupants (1877) – Westcott, Thompson
  63. The literary history of Philadelphia (1906) – Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson
  64. The Philadelphia police, past and present (1887) – Sprogle, Howard O
  65. The port and city of Philadelphia (1912) – Taylor, Frank Hamilton; Schoff, Wilfred H. (Wilfred Harvey)
  66. The port of Philadelphia, its facilities and advantages (1914) – Sproule, George F.
  67. The romance of old Philadelphia (1918) – Faris, John Thomson
  68. Travels in Philadelphia (1920) – Morley, Christopher
  69. What to see in Philadelphia (1911) – Wanamaker, John
  70. “Flems” views of old Pittsburgh : a portfolio of the past precious with memories (1905) – Fleming, Geo. T. (George Thornton)
  71. 150 years of unparalleled thrift : Pittsburgh Sesqui-centennial chronicling a development from a frontier camp to a mighty city; official history and programme (1908) – White, Edward; Lucas, De Witt B
  72. A full account of the great fire at Pittsburgh, on the tenth day of April, 1845 : with the individual losses and contributions for relief (1845) – Foster, J. Heron
  73. At the defense of Pittsburgh; or, The struggle to save America’s “fighting steel” supply (1916) – Hancock, H. Irving (Harrie Irving)
  74. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1806
  75. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1807
  76. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1808
  77. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1809
  78. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1810
  79. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1811
  80. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1812
  81. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1813
  82. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1814
  83. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1815
  84. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1816
  85. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1817
  86. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1818
  87. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1819
  88. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1821
  89. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1825
  90. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1826
  91. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1828
  92. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1830
  93. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1833
  94. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1832-39
  95. Cramer’s Pittsburgh magazine almanack 1834
  96. Early land marks and names of old Pittsburgh (1924) – Miller, Annie Clark
  97. Fort Duquesne and Fort Pitt. Early names of Pittsburgh streets (1914)
  98. Henry Miner’s Pittsburgh almanac (1859)
  99. History of Hampton battery F, independent Pennsylvania light artillery, organized at Pittsburgh, Pa., October 8, 1861, mustered out in Pittsburgh, June 26, 1865 (1909) – Clark, William
  100. Life of the Right Reverend John Barrett Kerfoot, first Bishop of Pittsburgh : with selections from his diaries and correspondence Volume 1 (1886) – Harrison, Hall
  101. Life of the Right Reverend John Barrett Kerfoot, first Bishop of Pittsburgh : with selections from his diaries and correspondence Volume 2 (1886) – Harrison, Hall
  102. Manual of the civic and charitable organizations of greater Pittsburgh : and of the higher educational institutions, with a brief review of Mayor Guthrie’s administration (1908) – Nordman, J. Jerome
  103. Notable men of Pittsburgh and vicinity (1901) – Smith, Percy F. (Percy Frazer
  104. Pittsburgh : a sketch of its early social life (1916) – Dahlinger, Charles William
  105. Pittsburgh and Allegheny in the Centennial Year (1876) – George Henry Thurston
  106. Some Pittsburgh memories; incidents and reminiscences, with a little history intermingled, of seventy years residence in the city at the forks of La Belle Riviere (1924) – Mason, Harrison D.
  107. The First Baptist church of Pittsburgh (1925) – Lincoln, William Ensign; Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor
  108. The Iron city : a compendium of facts concerning Pittsburgh and vicinity, for strangers and the public generally. April, 1867 (1867) – G. W. Pittock and K. McFall
  109. The Pittsburgh town & country almanac, for rogues and honest folks (1816) – Armstrong, John
  110. The steel workers (1910) – Fitch, John A. (John Andrews)
    Women and the Trades, Pittsburgh, 1907-1908 (1909) – Elizabeth Beardsley Butler
  111. Bi-centennial of old Kennett meeting house, Kennett Township, Chester Co., Pa. (1910)
  112. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Chester County, Pennsylvania : comprising a historical sketch of the county, by Samuel T. Wiley, together with more than five hundred biographical sketches of the prominent men and leading citizens of the county (1893) – Garner, Winfield Scott
  113. Bulletins of the Chester County Historical Society (1898)
    Chester County and its people .. (1898) – Thomson, W
  114. Chester County and William Darlington (1782-1863) many sided genius (1949) – Pleasants, Henry
  115. Chester and vicinity.. (1914) – Smith, Henry Valentine
  116. History of Chester County, Pennsylvania, with genealogical and biographical sketches (1881) – Futhey, John Smith
  117. Directory of the borough of Chester
  118. Directory of the borough of West Chester for 1857 : containing a complete history of the borough .. (1857) – Darlington, William
  119. A genealogical record of the descendants of John and Mary Palmer of Concord, Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pa. ; especially through their son, John Palmer, Jr., and sons-in-law, William and James Trimble. With notes of ancestry, or information, of many of the families with whom they intermarried (1875) – Palmer, Lewis
  120. Genealogy of the Smedley Family, descended from George and Sarah Smedley, settlers in Chester County, Pennsylvania : with brief notices of other families of the name, and abstracts of early English wills (1901) – Cope, Gilbert
  121. The Heacock family : Jonathan and Ann Heacock who emigrated to America from England and settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania in 1711 and their descendants (1869)
  122. Historical sketch of Chester, on Delaware (1883) – Ashmead, Henry Graham
  123. History and genealogy of the Harlan family, and particularly of the descendants of George and Michael Harlan, who settled in Chester County, Pa., 1687 (1914]) – Harlan, Alpheus H.
  124. A history of the Coventry Brethren church in Chester county, Pennsylvania, the second oldest Brethren church in America (1898) – Urner, Isaac Newton
  125. History of Downingtown, Chester County, Pa (1909) – Pennypacker, Charles H
  126. History of First Presbyterian Church of West Chester, Pa. (1909) – Laird, Washington R
  127. The history of the Old Eagle School, Tredyffrin, in Chester County, Pennsylvania : with alphabetical lists of interments in the graveyard and of German settlers in Chester County, and a poem presenting the suggestive features of the place (1909) – Pleasants, Henry
  128. History of the Presbyterian Church in the Forks of Brandywine, Chester County, Pa. (Brandywine Manor Presbyterian Church), from A.D. 1735 to A.D. 1885 : with biographical sketches of the deceased pastors of the church and of those who prepared for the Christian ministry under the direction of the Rev. Nathan Grier (1885) – MClune, James
  129. Journal of the life and religious labors of Sarah Hunt : (late of West Grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania) (1892) – Hunt, Sarah
  130. A narrative of the early life, travels, and gospel labors of Jesse Kersey, late of Chester County, Pennsylvania (1851) – Kersey, Jesse
  131. Our kindred : the McFarlan and Stern families, of Chester County, Pa., and New Castle County, Del. in two parts … (1885) – Stern, Cyrus
  132. The poets and poetry of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Collected and ed. by George Johnston .. (1890) – Johnston, George
  133. The port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, including Camden, N.J., Chester, Pa., Wilmington, Del. (1922)
  134. Proceedings of the Bi-centennial gathering of the descendants of Henry Hayes at Unionville, Chester County, Pa., September 2nd, 1905, together with a partial genealogy and other material relating to the family .. (1906) – Harry, Stephen C
  135. Proceedings of the sesqui-centennial gathering of the descendants of Isaac and Ann Jackson : at Harmony Grove, Chester Co., Pa., eighth month, twenty-fifth, 1875, together with the family genealogy (1878) – Jackson, Halliday
  136. Proceedings on the occasion of the dedication of the monument on the one hundredth anniversary of the Paoli Massacre, in Chester County, Pa., September 20, 1877 (1877)
  137. Proprietary tax lists of the county of Chester Vol 1 (1897) – Egle, William Henry
  138. Proprietary tax lists of the county of Chester Vol 2 (1897) – Egle, William Henry
  139. Record of the courts of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1681-1697 (1910)
  140. A record of the descendants of John Alexander, of Lanarkshire, Scotland, and his wife, Margaret Glasson, who emigrated from county Armagh, Ireland, to Chester County, Pennsylvania, A. D. 1736 (1878) – Alexander, John Edminston
  141. Reunion of the Ninety-seventh Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, October 29th, 1884 … at Camp Wayne, West Chester, Pa. An account of the proceedings with a roster of the comrades present (1884) – Price, Isaiah
  142. The Sharps of Chester County, Pennsylvania, and abstracts of records in Great Britain (1903) – Sharpe, William Carvosso
  143. West Chester, past and present; centennial souvenir with celebration proceedings (1899)
  144. Souvenir of Erie, Pa (1911)
  145. Popular history of Erie county, Pennsylvania (1895) – Robbins, David P.
  146. Erie; a guide to the city and county (1938)
  147. The history of Erie County, Pennsylvania, from its first settlement (1894) – Sanford, Laura G
  148. Nelson’s biographical dictionary and historical reference book of Erie County, Pennsylvania : containing a condensed history of Pennsylvania, of Erie County, and of the several cities, boroughs and townships in the county also portraits and biographies of the governor’s since 1790, and of numerous representative citizens (1896) – Whitman, Benjamin; Nelson, S. B.
  149. A twentieth century history of Erie County, Pennsylvania : a narrative account of its historic progress, its people, and its principal interests Volume 1 (1909) – Miller, John
  150. A twentieth century history of Erie County, Pennsylvania : a narrative account of its historic progress, its people, and its principal interests Volume 2 (1909) – Miller, John
  151. History of the Presbytery of Erie : embracing in its ancient boundaries the whole of northwestern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio : with biographical sketches of all its ministers and historical sketches of its churches (1868) – Eaton, S. J. M. (Samuel John Mills)
  152. A list of the soldiers in the War of the Revolution, from Worcester, Mass. : with a record of their death and place of burial (1902) – Dodge, Mary Cochran
  153. Dictionary of Worcester (1893) – Rice, Franklin Pierce
  154. Five hundred past and present citizens of Worcester, Mass. (1870) – Peckham, G. R
  155. Forty immortals of Worcester & its county. A brief account of those natives or residents who have accomplished something for their community or for the nation (1920)
  156. Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity Volume 1 (1907) – Crane, Ellery Bicknell – 551 pages
  157. Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity Volume 2 (1907) – Crane, Ellery Bicknell – 457 pages
  158. Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity Volume 3 (1907) – Crane, Ellery Bicknell – 404 pages
  159. Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity Volume 4 (1907) – Crane, Ellery Bicknell – 422 pages
  160. History of the Department of Police Service of Worcester, Mass., from 1674 to 1900, historical and biographical : illustrating and describing the economy, equipment and effectiveness of the police force of to-day, with reminiscences of the past, containing information from official sources (1900) – Sawyer, Herbert M; Murphy, R. E
  161. History of Worcester and its people Volume 1 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  162. History of Worcester and its people Volume 2 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  163. History of Worcester and its people Volume 3 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  164. History of Worcester and its people Volume 4 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  165. History of Worcester and its people Volume 5 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  166. History of Worcester and its people Volume 6 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  167. History of Worcester and its people Volume 7 (1919) – Nutt, Charles
  168. History of Worcester County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. Volume 1 (1889) – Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton)
  169. History of Worcester County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. Volume 2 (1889) – Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton)
  170. History of Worcester County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. Volume 3 (1889) – Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton)
  171. Leading business men of Worcester and vicinity; embracing Millbury, Grafton, Westboro, Upton, Uxbridge, Leicester, Whitinsville. Illustrated (1889) – Cummings, C. H
  172. Men of Worcester in caricature (1917) – Phifer, Luther Curtis
    Reminiscences of Worcester from the earliest period, historical and genealogical with notices of early settlers and prominent citizens, and descriptions of old landmarks and ancient dwellings .. (1877) – Wall, Caleb Arnold
  173. The city of Worcester, Massachusetts (1886) – Smith, Henry M.
  174. The story of Worcester, Massachusetts (1910) – O Flynn, Thomas Francis
  175. The Worcester book : a diary of noteworthy events in Worcester, Massachusetts, from 1657 to 1883 (1884) – Rice, Franklin P
  176. The Worcester of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight. Fifty years a city (1899) – Rice, Franklin P. (Franklin Pierce
  177. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 1
  178. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 2
  179. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 4
  180. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 5
  181. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 6
  182. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 10
  183. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 11
  184. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 12
  185. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 13
  186. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 14
  187. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 15
  188. Worcester births, marriages and deaths (1894) Volume 16
  189. Worcester illustrated. 1875 (1875) – Ambler, James Arthur
  190. Worcester legends; incidents, anecdotes, reminiscences, etc., connected with the early history of Worcester, Mass., and vicinity (1905) – Emerson, William A. (William Andrew); Rice, Franklin P. (Franklin Pierce)
  191. Worcester, Massachusetts city directory (1878)
  192. A history of the Goshenhoppen Reformed charge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1727-1819) (1920) – Hinke, William John
  193. A history of the Lutheran church in New Hanover, Montgomery County, Penna. (1910) – Kline, John Jacob
  194. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania – Wiley, Samuel T
  195. Biographical annals of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, containing genealogical records of representative families, including many of the early settlers and biographical sketches of prominent citizens (1904) – Roberts, Ellwood
  196. Bulls of Parkeomink, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and their descendants : Prepared for Historical Society, Norristown, Pennsylvania, for meeting at St. James Church, New Providence, June 1, 1907, (1907) – Bull, James H.
  197. Descendants of Jacob Markley of Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania .. (1884) – Dotterer, Henry Sassaman
  198. Historic Lower Merion and Blockley; also the erection or establishment of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1922) – Develin, Dora Harvey
  199. Historical collections relating to Gwynedd : a township of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, settled 1698, by Welsh immigrants ; with some data referring to the adjoining township of Montgomery, also a Welsh settlement (1884) – Jenkins, Howard M.
  200. History of Montgomery County within the Schuylkill Valley (1859) – Buck, William J.
  201. Lives of the eminent dead : and biographical notices of prominent living citizens of Montgomery County, Pa. (1879 [i.e. 1887]) – Auge, M.
  202. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania ; a history (1923) – Hunsicker, Clifton Swenk Volume 1
  203. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania ; a history (1923) – Hunsicker, Clifton Swenk Volume 2
  204. Revolutionary soldiers’ graves in Lower Merion township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding townships of Roxborough and Blockely, in Philadelphia County; (1906)
  205. The Lutheran Church in New Hanover, Montgomery County, Penn (1911) – Kline, John Jacob
  206. The old Trappe Church, 1743-1893 : a memorial of the sesqui-centennial services of Augustus Evangelical Lutheran Church, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1893) – Kretschmann, Ernest T.
  207. 1887 HARRISBURG, PA., Business Directory
    Centenary memorial of the erection of the county of Dauphin and the founding of the city of Harrisburg (1886) – Egle, William Henry
  208. Centennial memorial, English Presbyterian congregation, Harrisburg, Pa (1894) – Stewart, George B. (George Black)
    History of the 51st regiment of P.V. and V.V., from its organization, at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, Pa., in 1861, to its being mustered out of the United States service at Alexandria, Va., July 27th, 1865 (1869) – Parker, Thomas H capt. 51st Pa. infantry
  209. History of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, 1871-1909 : and the Diocese of Harrisburg, 1904-1909 (1909) Volume 1 – Miller, Jonathan W. (Jonathan Wesley)
  210. History of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, 1871-1909 : and the Diocese of Harrisburg, 1904-1909 (1909) Volume 2 – Miller, Jonathan W. (Jonathan Wesley)
  211. Ancient and historic landmarks in the Lebanon Valley (1895) – Croll, P. C.
  212. Descendants of Thomas Brumfield of Berks County, Pennsylvania (1962) – Ray C Brumfield
  213. Family tree of Conrad Reiff, Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania – Wilkens, Cleo Goff
  214. Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania, embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families (1909) – Montgomery, Morton L.
  215. Historical sketch of Kutztown and Maxatawny, Berks County, Penn’a (1876) – Ermentrout, John Silvis
  216. History of Berks county in Pennsylvania (1886) – Montgomery, Morton L.
  217. Life and times of Conrad Weiser : the first representative man of Berks County (1893) – Montgomery, Morton L.
  218. School history of Berks County in Pennsylvania (1889) – Montgomery, Morton L.
  219. The Indians of Berks County, Pa., being a summary of all the tangible records of the aborigines of Berks County, and containing cuts and descriptions of the varieties of relics found within the county (1881) – Brunner, D. B.
  220. The story of Berks County (Pennsylvania) (1913) – Wagner, A. E.
  221. History of Bedford and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania, with genealogical and personal history (1906) – Blackburn, E. Howard
  222. Indian Eve and her descendants. An Indian story of Bedford County, Pennsylvania (1911) – Replogle, Emma A. M.
  223. Returns of taxables for the counties of Bedford (1773 to 1784), Huntingdon (1788), Westmoreland (1783, 1786), Fayette (1785, 1786), Allegheny (1791), Washington (1786). And census of Bedford (1784) and Westmoreland (1783) (1898) – Egle, William Henry
  224. The annals of Bedford County, Pennsylvania : consisting of condensed sketches of the most important events which occurred during the century from January 1750 to 1850; prepared for Old home week, August 4-10, 1907 (1907) – Schell, William P
  225. The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties [Pennsylvania] (1846) – Rupp, Israel Daniel
  226. A discourse on the early history of Pennsylvania; (1821) – Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen
  227. A history of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1741-1892 (1903) – Levering, Joseph Mortimer
  228. A history of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and its people; Volume 1 (1914) – Jordan, John W. (John Woolf)
  229. A history of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and its people; Volume 2 (1914) – Jordan, John W. (John Woolf)
  230. A history of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and its people; Volume 3 (1914) – Jordan, John W. (John Woolf)
  231. A history of Quaker government in Pennsylvania Volume 1 (1900) – Sharpless, Isaac
  232. A history of Quaker government in Pennsylvania Volume 2 (1900) – Sharpless, Isaac
  233. A history of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania; (1903) – Dixon, William Hepworth
  234. A pioneer history of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania and my first recollections of Brookville, Pennsylvania, 1840-1843, (1898) – McKnight, W. J. (William James)
  235. A pioneer outline history of northwestern Pennsylvania (1905) – McKnight, W. J. (William James)
  236. An authentic history of Lancaster County : in the state of Pennsylvania (1869) – Mombert, J. I. (Jacob Isidor)
    General index to the Colonial records
  237. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 4
  238. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 11
  239. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 12
  240. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 13
  241. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 14
  242. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 15
  243. Colonial records of Pennsylvania (1838) Volume 16
  244. Complete history of the city of Allegheny, Pennsylvania (1891) – Wilhelm, Carl.
  245. Country clergy of Pennsylvania (1890) – Hotchkin, S. F. (Samuel Fitch)
  246. Courts and lawyers of Pennsylvania; a history, 1623-1923 Volume 1 (1922) – Eastman, Frank Marshall
  247. Courts and lawyers of Pennsylvania; a history, 1623-1923 Volume 2 (1922) – Eastman, Frank Marshall
  248. Courts and lawyers of Pennsylvania; a history, 1623-1923 Volume 3 (1922) – Eastman, Frank Marshall
  249. Early Baptists of Philadelphia (1877) – Spencer, David
  250. Early history and reminiscences of Catasauqua in Pennsylvania (1914) – Glace, William H.
  251. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania; (1888) – Richard, Jacob Fraise; Henry, Thomas; Warner, A Volume 1
  252. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania; (1888) – Richard, Jacob Fraise; Henry, Thomas; Warner, A Volume 2
  253. History of Bradford county, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections .. (1891) – Bradsby, Henry C.
  254. History of Butler County, Pennsylvania. (1895) – Brown, Robert C
  255. History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania Volume 1 (1907) – Storey, Henry Wilson
  256. History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania Volume 2 (1907) – Storey, Henry Wilson
  257. History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania Volume 3 (1907) – Storey, Henry Wilson
  258. History of Carbon County, Pennsylvania; (1913) – Brenckman, Frederick Charles
  259. History of Clarion County, Pennsylvania (1887) – Davis, A. J. (Aaron J.)
  260. History of Colonel Henry Bouquet and the western frontiers of Pennsylvania, 1747-1764 (c1920) – Darlington, Mary C. (Mary Carson)
  261. History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania (1884) – Ashmead, Henry Graham
  262. History of Erie county, Pennsylvania. Containing a history of the county; its townships, towns, villages, schools, churches, industries, etc.; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; biographies; history of Pennsylvania, statistical and miscellaneous matters .. (1884) – Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman); Whitman, Benjamin-; Russell, N. W. (Nathaniel Willard); Brown, R. C. (Robert C.); Weakley, F. E
  263. History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania (1891) – Bell, Herbert C. (Herbert Charles)
  264. History of Pennsylvania hall (1838) – Pennsylvania Hall Association
  265. History of St. Patrick’s Church, Carlisle, Pennsylvania (1895) – Ganss, H. G. (Henry George)
  266. History of the Central High School of Philadelphia (1902) – Edmonds, Franklin Spencer
  267. History Of The Pennsylvania State College (1946) – Wayland Fuller Dunaway
  268. History of the Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania .. (1913)
  269. History of the Presbytery of Luzerne, state of Pennsylvania (1897) – Osmond, Jonathan; Presbyterian Historical Society
  270. History of the province of Pennsylvania (1913) – Smith, Samuel; Mervine, William M. (William McKinley); Colonial Society of Pennsylvania
  271. History Of The University Of Pennsylvania 1740 1940 (1940) – Edward Potts Cheyney
  272. History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its past and present, including .. (1890) – Bell, Herbert Charles
  273. History of Warren County, Pennsylvania (1887) – Schenck, J. S.ed; Rann, William S., joint ed; Mason, D.
  274. History of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania Volume 1 (1906) – Boucher, John Newton; Jordan, John W. (John Woolf), joint editor
  275. History of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania Volume 2 (1906) – Boucher, John Newton; Jordan, John W. (John Woolf), joint editor
  276. Old Westmoreland : a history of western Pennsylvania during the Revolution (1900) – Hassler, Edgar W. (Edgar Wakefield)
  277. Pennsylvania and the federal Constitution, 1787-1788 (1888) – Historical Society of Pennsylvania; McMaster, John Bach; Stone, Frederick D. (Frederick Dawson)
  278. Pennsylvania at Chickamauga and Chattanooga (1900)
  279. Pennsylvania in American history (1910) – Pennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker)
  280. Pennsylvania, colonial and federal : a history, 1608-1903 Volume 1 (1903) – Jenkins, Howard Malcolm; Pennsylvania Historical Publishing Association
  281. Pennsylvania, colonial and federal : a history, 1608-1903 Volume 2 (1903) – Jenkins, Howard Malcolm; Pennsylvania Historical Publishing Association
  282. Pennsylvania, colonial and federal : a history, 1608-1903 Volume 3 (1903) – Jenkins, Howard Malcolm; Pennsylvania Historical Publishing Association
  283. Pennsylvania, province and state; a history from 1609 to 1790 Volume 1 (1899) – Bolles, Albert Sidney
  284. Pennsylvania, province and state; a history from 1609 to 1790 Volume 2 (1899) – Bolles, Albert Sidney
  285. Philadelphia in the world war, 1914-1919 (1922) – Philadelphia. War History Committee
  286. Philadelphia; its location, commerce, industries, history and points of interest (1917) – Philadelphia. Chamber of commerce
  287. Quakers in Pennsylvania (1892) – Applegarth, Albert Clayton
  288. The burning of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania (1864) – Schneck, B. S. (Benjamin Shroder)
  289. The early courts of Pennsylvania (1910) – Loyd, William H
  290. The Swedish beginning of Pennsylvania and other events in Pennsylvania history (1914) – Balch, Thomas Willing
  291. The unwritten history of Braddock’s Field (Pennsylvania) (1917) – Lamb, George Harris
  292. Twentieth century history of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and representative citizens (1911) – Swoope, Roland D. (Roland Davis)
  293. Two centuries of Pennsylvania history (1900) – Sharpless, Isaac
  294. University of Pennsylvania illustrated (c1906) – Nitzsche, George Erazmus
  295. A history of the Catholic church in the dioceses of Pittsburg and Allegheny : from its establishment to the present time (1880) – Lambing, Andrew Arnold
  296. All about Pittsburgh and Allegheny (1882) – Thurston, George H.
  297. Allegheny Cemetery : historical account of incidents and events connected with its establishment, charter and supplemental acts of legislation ;reports of 1848 and 1857 ; proceedings of corporators, June 21, 1873 ; rules, regulations, &c. ; list of officers, managers and corporators to date ; remarks on the ornamentation and arrangement of cemeteries ; funeral oration of Wilson McCandless, esq., on Commodore Barney and Lieut. Parker ; illustrated with sixteen photographic views (1873) – McCandless, Wilson
  298. Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the war for the suppression of the rebellion, 1861-1865 : roll of honor, defenders of the flag, attack on Fort Sumter, S.C., April 12, 1861, surrender at Appomattox, Va., April 9, 1865 (1924) – Evans, Samuel Minis
  299. Allegheny County: its early history and subsequent development (1888) – Lambing, Andrew Arnold; White, John W. F
  300. Allegheny county’s hundred years (1888) – Thurston, George H. (George Henry)
  301. Allegheny episodes; folk lore and legends collected in northern and western Pennsylvania (1922) – Shoemaker, Henry W. (Henry Wharton)
  302. Allegheny–a century of education, 1815-1915 (1916) – Smith, Ernest Ashton
  303. Genealogical and personal history of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania; Volume 1 only (1913) – Jordan, John W. (John Woolf)
  304. Harris’s general business directory of the cities of Pittsburgh & Allegheny (1847) – Harris, Isaac
  305. Historical and biographical catalogue of the officers and students of the Western Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, at Allegheny City, Penna., 1827-1899 (1899)
  306. Longevity of manufacturing concerns in Allegheny County (1952) – Frasure, William Wayne
  307. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; personal and genealogical Volume 1 (1904)
  308. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; personal and genealogical Volume 2 (1904)
  309. Pittsburgh and Allegheny in the Centennial Year (1876) – George Henry Thurston
  310. Recollections of seventy years and historical gleanings of Allegheny, Pennsylvania (1886) – Parke, John E.
  311. The rebellion record of Allegheny County, from April, 1861 to October, 1862 : containing the narrative of the organization of companies and regiments, the pecuniary aid tendered by corporations and individuals ; the history of the home guards ; the operation of the draft and the list of exempts (1862)
  312. The Twentieth Century Club of Allegheny County, 1896-1904 (1904)
  313. History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men (1882) – Ellis, Franklin
  314. Hart’s history and directory of the three towns, Brownsville, Bridgeport, West Brownsville … also abridged history of Fayette county & western Pennsylvania .. (1904) – Hart, John Percy
  315. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania (1889) – Gresham, John M
  316. Nelson’s biographical dictionary and historical reference book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : containing a condensed history of Pennsylvania, of Fayette County, and the boroughs and townships of the county :also, portraits and biographies of the governors since 1790, and genealogies,family histories and biographies of representative men of the county :illustrated (1900) – Shepherd, Henry E. Volume 1
  317. Nelson’s biographical dictionary and historical reference book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : containing a condensed history of Pennsylvania, of Fayette County, and the boroughs and townships of the county :also, portraits and biographies of the governors since 1790, and genealogies,family histories and biographies of representative men of the county :illustrated (1900) – Shepherd, Henry E. Volume 2
  318. Nelson’s biographical dictionary and historical reference book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : containing a condensed history of Pennsylvania, of Fayette County, and the boroughs and townships of the county :also, portraits and biographies of the governors since 1790, and genealogies,family histories and biographies of representative men of the county :illustrated (1900) – Shepherd, Henry E. Volume 3
  319. Genealogical and personal history of Fayette county, Pennsylvania Volume 2 (1912) – Jordan, John Woolf
  320. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Schuylkill County Pennsylvania : comprising a historical sketch of the county (1893) – Wiley, Samuel T
  321. Blue book of Schuylkill County; who was who and why in interior eastern Pennsylvania, in colonial days (1916) – Elliott, Ella Zerbey, Mrs.
  322. History of Frackville, Schuylkill County, Pa. (1904) – Miller, Jonathan W. (Jonathan Wesley)
  323. History of Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe, Carbon, and Schuylkill counties (1845) – Rupp, I. Daniel (Israel Daniel); Young, James; Van Etten, John; Burd, James
  324. History of Schuylkill County, Pa. (1881) – W. W. Munsell
  325. History of the county of Schuylkill, in honor of the county’s centenary, July second to eighth, nineteen hundred and eleven (1911)
  326. Memorial of the patriotism of Schuylkill county (1865) – Wallace, Francis B.
  327. Old Schuylkill tales; a history of interesting events, traditions and anecdotes of the early settlers of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania (1906) – Elliott, Ella Zerbey
  328. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania; genealogy–family history–biography; containing historical sketches of old families and of representative and prominent citizens, past and present Volume 1 (1916)
  329. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania; genealogy–family history–biography; containing historical sketches of old families and of representative and prominent citizens, past and present Volume 2 (1916)
  330. A brief history of Lancaster County (1892) – Clare, Israel Smith.; Lyle, Anna
  331. An outline history of a church; a memorial of the one hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (1905) – Whitteker, John E. (John Edwin)
  332. Early German printers of Lancaster and the issues of their press .. (1904) – : Diffenderffer, Frank Ried
  333. Historical sketch of St. Anthony’s Church, Lancaster, Penna., 1870-1895 : together with a history of Sacred Heart
  334. Academy and St. Anthony’s Parochial School, in commemoration of the silver jubilee year, 1895 (1895) – Dorley, Anthony F
  335. History of Lancaster County : to which is prefixed a brief sketch of the early history of Pennsylvania (1844) – Rupp, I. Daniel
  336. History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. Volume 2 Only (1883) – Ellis, Franklin; Evans, Samuel
  337. History of the First Methodist Episcopal church of the city of Lancaster, Pa., from 1807 to 1893. With some account of earlier efforts to establish Methodism in Lancaster. Also an appendix containing a sketch of St. Paul’s M. E. church, by the pastor [C. Lee Gaul] and “Conestoga’s” notes on the conference of 1855 (1893) – McConnell, John S. Janes
  338. Lancaster County Indians; annals of the Susquehannocks and other Indian tribes of the Susquehanna territory from about the year 1500 to 1763, the date of their extinction (1909) – Eshleman, Henry Frank
  339. Lancaster County’s relation to slavery .. (1911) – Clark, Martha Bladen
  340. Lancaster’s Golden Century, 1821-1921: A Chronicle of Men and Women who Planned and Toiled to Build a City Strong and Beautiful (1921) – Harry Martin John Klein
  341. One hundred and fifty years of school history in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (1905) – Riddle, William
  342. Resources and industries of the city of Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pa., with some account of its historical importance.. (1887) – Hensel, W. U. (William Uhler)
  343. The attitude of James Buchanan, a citizen of Lancaster County ([1911]) – Hensel, William Uhler
  344. The political history and development of Lancaster County’s first twenty years, 1729-1749 .. (1916) – Eshleman, H. Frank (Henry Frank)
  345. The story of Lancaster: old and new; being a narrative history of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, from 1730 to the centennial year, 1918 (1917) – Riddle, William
  346. Annals of Luzerne County A record of interesting events, traditions, and anecdotes.From the first settlement in Wyoming Valley to 1866.By Pearce, Stewart -1860
  347. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania -Including its early settlement; its erection into a separate county; its subsequent growth and development; sketches of its boroughs, villages and townships; portraits of some of its prominent men; biographies of many of its representative citizens; statistics, etc.-By Richard, Jacob Fraise-1888
  348. A city’s danger and defense. Or, Issues and results of the strikes of 1877, containing the origin and history of the Scranton city guard (1887) – Logan, S. C. (Samuel Crothers)
    History : the First national bank of Scranton, Pa., incorporated 1863; issued by authority of the Board of directors (1906)
  349. History of Scranton and its people Volume 1 (1914) – Hitchcock, Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman)
  350. History of Scranton and its people Volume 2 (1914) – Hitchcock, Frederick L. (Frederick Lyman)
  351. History of the city of Scranton, Providence, Dunmore, Waverly, and Humphreysville …; also, directory and business advertiser for 1867 and 1868 (1867) – Galatian, Andrew B
    Portrait and biographical record of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania (1897)
  352. Prominent men; Scranton and vicinity (1906) – Stoddard, Dwight James
  353. History of Indiana County, PA By Stewart, Joshua Thompson-Her people, past and present. Embracing a history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families. 1913 Volume 1
  354. History of Indiana County, PA By Stewart, Joshua Thompson-Her people, past and present. Embracing a history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families. 1913 Volume 2
  355. History of Warren County Pennsylvania -With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.-By Schenck, J. S.-1887
  356. History of Cumberland and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania-Containing history of the counties, their townships, towns, villages, schools, churches, industries, etc.; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; biographies; history of Pennsylvania, statistical and miscellaneous matter, etc., etc.-Illustrated.-W Taylor -1886

 

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