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Plain Grove U.P. Church Cemetery (N. Plain Grove Cemetery), Plain Grove Twp., Lawrence Co., PA – Copper
Plain Grove U.P. Church Cemetery (N. Plain Grove Cemetery), Plain Grove Twp., Lawrence Co., PA – Copper
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PLAIN GROVE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY, ALSO KNOWN AS NORTH PLAIN GROVE CEMETERY, PLAIN GROVE TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 2003 compiled by Dwight Copper. Tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data and church history. Surname index includes Adams, Barber, Barnes, Blevins, Book, Brown, Caldwell, Campbell, Cooper, Elliott, Fennick, Gealey, Gilfillan, Glenn, Hamilton, Jones, Knight, Lowry, Magee, Martin, McCommon, McGonahy, McConnell, Nelson, Palmer, Pollock, Seth, Shaner, Shoaff, Stevenson, Stuart and many more. 42 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 Softbound.
The Joseph Johns Family History: 1768-1998
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THE JOSEPH JOHNS FAMILY HISTORY: 1768-1998
1998 by David & Audrey Craig
Descendants of Joseph Johns (Schantz), from Switzerland and the founder of Johnstown, Pa. Also includes burials in the Family Cemetery. Not indexed.
67 pages, 8.5 x 11 Softbound
Indiana County PA: Her People Past and Present 1913
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Every-name Index

8.5" x 11" softbound, 148 pages
1833 Residents of Phillipsburg (now Monaca), PA: An Historic Register, Transcribed from German S...
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2004 compiled by Eileen Aiken English.
Accounting of residents in 1833, when the town was home to the New Philadelphia Society. 74 pages, 8.5 x 11 Softbound
1833 Residents of Phillipsburg (now Monaca), PA: An Historic Register, Transcribed from German S...
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2004 compiled by Eileen Aiken English.
Accounting of residents in 1833, when the town was home to the New Philadelphia Society. 74 pages, 8.5 x 11 Hardbound
Looking Back: The Best of Glenn Tunney
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2010 Glenn Tunney

Although Glenn Tunney is the author of this captivating book, hundreds of people had a hand in its crafting. Over the years they have shared with him the fascinating personal stories that pack this treasure of a snapshot of twentieth-century small-town America. It is hard to believe that one town has so many delightful characters with such colorful true stories to tell. You may never have heard of Brownsville, but you will be drawn in by stories so entertaining, poignant, humorous, and universal that you will soon feel as if you have lived there all of your life and have known these people for years. Prepare to find yourself awash in nostalgia that resonates, local history that entertains, and terrific conversations that never fail to surprise. They are all in this remarkable book, with plenty of vintage photographs as a bonus.

6" x 9" softbound book, 288 pages
Petroleum and Petroleum Wells, 2nd Ed. - J.H.A. Bone
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A clear and systematic account of the origin, description, and history of petroleum in the United States.
History of the Reformed Church Within the Bounds of the Westmoreland Classis 1877
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1877 by a Committee of Classis, 2000 reprint by Baltzer Meyer Historical Society
History of the Westmoreland Classis, prefaced by a brief outline of the history of the Reformed Church in the U.S. 232 pages, 11 x 8.5 softbound
The Bloody 85th: The Letters of Milton McJunkin – Palm/ Sauers/ Schroeder
The Bloody 85th: The Letters of Milton McJunkin – Palm/ Sauers/ Schroeder
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THE BLOODY 85th: THE LETTERS OF MILTON McJUNKIN, A WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER IN THE CIVIL WAR. 2000 compiled and edited by Ronn Palm, Dr. Richard Sauers, and Patrick A. Schroeder. The letters transcribed in this book were penned by Milton E. McJunkin, a 24-year-old farmer who lived near the village of Bentleyville in west Pike Run Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. He joined the Union army on October 15, 1861. These letters provide a different view of the war than that of the average Army of the Potomac soldier--the 85th PA Volunteer Infantry served in both the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the James. This distinguished regiment fought from Williamsburg, PA, to Suffolk, VA, to Goldsboro, NC, to Charleston, SC, and Morris Island. "This work is an apt tribute to a noble spirit and fine soldier as well as commemorating the reputation of a gallant and hard fighting regiment from western Pennsylvania." Included are 63 photos and military biographical sketches of McJunkin's comrades, with a post-war roster. Indexed. ISBN-1-889246-13-1 216 pages, 6 x 9 Hardbound
Civil War Animal Heroes: Mascots, Pets and War Horses – Charles G. Worman
Civil War Animal Heroes: Mascots, Pets and War Horses – Charles G. Worman
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2011 by Charles G. Worman.For centuries animals have gone to war involuntarily, and our Civil War was no exception.  A countless number of four-legged and winged creatures served as soldiers’ and sailors’ pets, sharing the hardships of military life on land and sea.  A few gained national prominence as regimental mascots, the most famous being Old Abe, the bald eagle which campaigned with the 8th Wisconsin Infantry.  Pets provided a valuable service in relieving homesickness and other stresses of war.  Dogs were the most common but cats found favor within the Union and Confederate navies for their role in combating the hordes of rats and mice which infested ships.
   
 
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