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Each volume of County Chronicles embraces a collection of short stories--true stories from Pennsylvania's thrilling past! The Keystone of the birth of our nation, Pennsylvania has much to relate to each and every American. Each Chronicle/chapter is meticulously researched, each self-contained and short enough to read in one sitting. The author uses no chronological order so that each volume's stories are varied.
If you haven't yet read Ceane O'Hanlon-Lincoln's award-winning COUNTY CHRONICLES series, you haven't discovered how much fun reading history can be!
If you've already had the pleasure of reading other volumes in this series, be amazed--all over again--with state-of-the-heart author Ceane O'Hanlon-Lincoln's talent for bringing history alive.The reading level for County Chronicles is 5th grade through adult.
If you haven't discovered the award-winning COUNTY CHRONICLES series, you haven't experienced how much fun reading history can be! Each volume of County Chronicles embraces a varied collection of short stories--true stories from Pennsylvania's thrilling past! The Keystone of the birth of our nation, Pennsylvania has much to relate to each and every American. The reading level for County Chronicles is 5th grade through adult.
If you haven't discovered
the award-winning COUNTY CHRONICLES series, you haven't experienced how much
fun reading history can be! Each volume of County Chronicles
embraces a varied collection of short stories--true stories from
Pennsylvania's thrilling past! The Keystone of the birth of our nation,
Pennsylvania has much to relate to each and every American. The reading level for County Chronicles is 5th grade through adult.
This important early history begins with the topographical features and mineral deposits of the area, Indian occupation and settlement of Western Pennsylvania, land titles; to the organization of Butler County, its political history, oil and gas industries; early history of the courts, transportation, agriculture, military, medical profession, banks, the press, education, organizations, and public utilities; as well as photos and biographical sketches of many of the prominent citizens.
This large and detailed history of the County of Lawrence begins with the topography and geology of the area. It contains chapters on the Indian nations, early settlements and early organization of the county and lengthy sketches of the City of New Castle.
Over 10,500 burials are cross-referenced by maiden and all known married names. Also contains cemetery location map of each section showing burial lot numbers to help locate each grave. Over 30,000 names, including the burials from the Old Kittanning Cemetery.
Bethel U.P. Church was organized in 1798 under the name Little Beaver Church. This alphabetical census of interments gathered from tombstone readings is supplemented with genealogical data gathered from newspaper obituaries and family histories.
This cemetery was also known as East Brook Methodist Episcopal Cemetery or Painter/Briary Hill Cemetery.
INCLUDES THE OLD GERMAN CEMETERY (EAST SIDE - BESIDE CHURCH - ROUTE 19) AND ENGLISH CEMETERY (WEST SIDE - ACROSS FROM CHURCH - ROUTE 19).
EAST BROOK UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY, ORGANIZED 1840, ROUTE 388, HICKORY TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 2003 compiled by Dwight Copper. This cemetery census is read by section and row, then the author added 55 pages of genealogies, listed alphabetically, from obituaries. Also, the history of the East Brook U.P. Church is revealed through newspaper clippings. 91 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 Softbound.
This cemetery record book not only includes stone readings by section and row, but contains genealogical material as well as copies of clippings from newspaper records, the history of the Rich Hill Presbyterian Church, baptisms and marriages, and a surname index to the cemetery readings.
This extensive two-volume history is considered one of the best genealogical and biographical records of representative families of this area. With biographical and historical indexes.
INDEX TO BUTLER COUNTY CEMETERY INVENTORY: VOLUMES 1 - 5. 1993 (Reprint) by Butler County Historical Society and Nancy Romig. Each volume of the set is indexed separately in this book by surname only. 206 pages, 8½ x 11 hardbound.
Beautifully reproduced, this detailed historical account spans from the geological development of the county, to the Indian and European settlement of the area, to the year of original publishing.
Three year Civil War history of the Twelfth Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserves (also known as the 41st Regiment) takes you to the battles of Dranesville, Gaines Mill, Glendale, 2nd Bull Run, Antietam, Fredricksburg, Gettysburg and other campaigns.
SURNAME INDEX, GENEALOGICAL & PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE ALLEGHENY VALLEY, BY JOHN W. JORDAN, PUBLISHED IN 1913. 2000 compiled by Sally Jordan Reed.
MECHLIN - MECHLING - MACKLIN: DESCENDANTS OF THEOBALD MECHLING, 1728-1999, VOLUME V: ANNA ELIZABETH MECHLING, 1999 by Dorothy Hallarn Mercy. This is a revision and update of the history of the descendants of Anna Elizabeth Mechling, daughter of Theobald Mechling. Anna (1741-1784) married Leonard Steininger in 1760. Indexed. 50 pages, 8½ x 11 softbound
MECHLIN - MECHLING - MACKLIN: DESCENDANTS OF THEOBALD MECHLING, 1728-1996, VOLUME VI: PHILIP MECHLING, 2000 by Dorothy Hallarn Mercy. The sixth volume in the series, this compiles the descendants of Philip Mechling, (b. ca. 1749, d. 1817, m. Katherine Wetzel) the fourth son of Theobald Mechling. Indexed. 127 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 softbound
After years of work, the author has made it possible to find those biographies hidden among the biographies which are indexed in this important history. His index includes all 27,000 names.
This important genealogical resource includes transcriptions of the tombstones by sections and rows, adult baptisms, obituary notes, pastors, early members and affiliates, as well as marriages.
SKETCH OF PITTSBURGH IN 1859. By Edward Willmann (Reprint) This sketch views Pittsburgh from an observation point on Mt. Washington above the city in 1859.
Each county is indexed separately in three parts by grid locations, map number and warrantee to patentee. Copies of the original Warrant/Patent maps for each township indexed in this work can be ordered from the PA Historical Museum
Tombstone inscription readings and burial records from local newspapers, death register and family histories, with additional genealogical data.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data.
Church history and tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data.
This cemetery is located across from the Wurtemburg U.P. Church. The author has compiled tombstone readings with genealogical data taken from obituaries and church records.
Tombstone readings by row with additional genealogical data and church history.
This cemetery is located on Route 65. Tombstone readings by row, with additional genealogical data included.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, plus much genealogical data from newspaper obituaries, family histories and Church records. Also contained is an extensive church history.
Rose Point Reformed Presbyterian Church was organized in 1834 as the Slippery Rock Reformed Presbyterian Church. The name was changed to Rose Point in 1928. The author has compiled tombstone readings as well as additional burial records, with genealogical data collected from newspaper obituaries, church records, family histories and diaries
Tombstone readings, with some genealogical data included.
This cemetery is located at the corner of Dight Road and Plain Grove-North Liberty Road. Tombstone inscription readings by row with additional genealogical data. Church history is included.
Alphabetical tombstone inscription readings, with additional genealogical data and church history.
Tombstone inscription readings by row, with additional genealogical data and church history.
Tombstone inscription readings, plus much genealogical data from newspaper obituaries, family histories and the church records from 1873-1943.
This book includes transcriptions from tombstone readings at St. Peter's Reformed Church Cemetery and Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, as well as brief histories of the churches.
Tombstone inscription readings by row includes surname index.
The King's Chapel U.M. Church was founded as a Methodist Episcopal Church in 1804. Tombstone readings are by row.
MOUNT JACKSON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CEMETERY, ALSO KNOWN AS HICKORY RUN CEMETERY, NORTH BEAVER TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA. 2003 by Dwight Copper.
This cemetery was originally read in 1993, with revisions in 1998 and 2002. Transcriptions of tombstone readings are by row, with a surname index.
(Reprint) Sketch by Edwin Forbes, found in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Famous Leaders and Battle Scenes of the Civil War, 1896.
This cemetery existed since 1811 and is on the original site of the Brush Run Seceder Church. These tombstone inscription readings include birth and death dates, and in many cases, ages and immediate family information.
This cemetery is located on Maple Street. These tombstone readings are listed by sections and rows, with birth and death dates and other available information.
SAVANNAH CEMETERY,SAVANNAH METHODIST CHURCH, ORGANIZED 1820, SHENANGO TOWNSHIP, LAWRENCE COUNTY, PA. 2004 transcribed and compiled by Dwight Copper. Tombstone readings by sections and rows, many with added genealogical data. Also contains a brief history of the Savannah Methodist Church. Indexed. LOC #2004107527. 98 pages, 8½ x 11 Softbound
This ten acre cemetery is located on Rt. 388 just north of Weigletown. The congregation was formed in 1922 and consisted primarily of about 75 families of Polish descent. These tombstone readings are listed by section and row, with birth and death dates and additional information such as military service and spouse.
Tombstone readings by sections and rows, with added obituaries, map, plus a transcription of the church charter and newspaper clippings. Includes brief histories of Zorr Baptist Church and Hillsville M.E. Church.
This book answers the seemingly endless questions that flood the mind when getting started in this hobby -- questions like: What do I need? How do I get my gear? Where do I get it? Who do I get it from? How much does it cost? What do I need to bring for food rations at an event? How do I make hardtack? What about drill and loading a musket?
These cemetery inscriptions are listed by row, then indexed. Included is the centennial history of the Church as well as newspaper obituaries.
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