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Early History of Saxonburg – Roebling
EARLY HISTORY OF SAXONBURG. 1924 (2008 Reprint) by Col. Washington A. Roebling. Reminiscences about the early history of the Village of Saxonburg, in Butler County, Pennsylvania, from 1831 to 1840, written by the eldest son of John A. Roebling, founder of this village. John Roebling was also the famous inventor of wire rope and engineer of suspension bridges, etc. A lot of fascinating information is packed into this small booklet. Along with a short biography of John Roebling, and how Saxonburg was laid out, the author also listed the inhabitants, with bio-sketches, of Saxonburg around 1840. 40 pages, 5.5 x 8.5" stapled booklet LCCN 2008923613
Butler Co. Cemetery Inventory, Vol III - Butler Co. Historical Soc.
Butler Co. Cemetery Inventory, Vol II - Butler Co. Historical Soc.
Early Life Along the Slippery Rock – William A. Ralston
Butler Co. Cemetery Inventory, Vol IV - Butler Co. Historical Soc.
1927 History of Butler County, PA - Sipe (2 vols.)
20th Century History of Butler & Butler County, Pa - McKee
Mount Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Butler Co., PA - Copper/Morrow
Portersville Bible Church Cemetery, Muddy Creek Twp., Butler Co., PA – Copper
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