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1 Along Pennsylvania's Lincoln Highway

Arcadia Publishing

Price: 19.99 USD



2 Guide to Pennsylvania Public Archives

Jean Morris

Price: 8.00 USD



3 Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Arcadia Publishing

Price: 19.99 USD



4 Making Pennsylvania Furniture

Dover Publications

Price: 19.95 USD



5 MAP: Pennsylvania and New Jersey circa 1825

Black and white map, printed on 11" x 17" paper., Reproduction map of original
This early view, printed on 11" x 17" cream-colored paper, shows county lines, canals, towns and roads, as well as part of the National Road. The railway from Philadelphia to the Susquehanna is clearly marked. The county divisions of Delaware and an inset plan of Philadelphia make this map a useful research tool.
Price: 4.50 USD



6 MAP: Pennsylvania and New Jersey: 1864

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Nicely detailed depiction of this populous area at mid-century. Our reproduction of this 1864 Johnson map shows both county and township boundaries. Villages and railway lines are also illustrated.
Price: 7.95 USD



7 MAP: Pennsylvania: 1885-87 (2 sheets)

Black and white maps, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
This double sheet set, first issued between 1885 and 1887, depicts the state in extraordinary detail. Tiny communities - often with less than 25 people - are shown, as are the county and township boundaries. In addition, railways, rivers and numerous small creeks and streams are shown and identified. Ideal for use with either mid or late 19th century census records, in both rural and thickly settled areas.
Price: 12.95 USD



8 MAP: Philadelphia & Environs 1750

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
This 19th century redrawing of the famous Scull & Heap map of "Philadelphia and Parts Adjacent" shows the road system around Philadelphia, nearby creeks and rivers and the names of large landholders outside the city limits. A useful reference for anyone researching this area and a companion piece for the map [B 18]
Price: 7.95 USD



9 MAP: Southeastern Pennsylvania - 1775

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Reproduced from the southeast portion of Sayer and Bennett's larger 1775 map of Pennsylvania, entitled "A Map of Pennsylvania...Laid down from Actual Surveys, and Chiefly from the Late Map of W. Scull..." , this map section shows forts, creeks and rivers, wagon roads, trails, the location of religious meetings and many mills, stretching from modern Fulton County in the southwest north to Wyoming County. The populous southeast corner shows the greatest detail, with western and northern areas still mostly wilderness. Berks, Cumberland and Northampton Counties are still vast tracts of land.
Price: 7.95 USD



10 MAP: Special Map Group for 19th Century Philadelphia

Reproduction map of original
Includes maps [B20] and small map [F 40] Both maps
Price: 12.95 USD



11 MAP: Special Map Group for Early Maps of the Philadelphia Area

Reproduction map of original
Includes maps [B 17] and [B 18] (see descriptions above). Both maps
Price: 12.95 USD



12 Map: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 1872 & 1879

Jonathan Shepard Books

Price: 12.95 USD



13 Mother Cumberland: Tracing Your Ancestors in South-Central Pennsylvania

Hearthside Books

Price: 9.95 USD

Pennsylvania Atlas & Gazetteer

14 Pennsylvania Atlas & Gazetteer

96 pages, 11 x 15 1/2, paperback, Langenscheidt Publishing Group / DeLorme
Pennsylvania Atlas & Gazetteer is designed for travelers who want topographic map detail for outdoor recreation, sales and transportation and everyday travel. Contains back roads, recreation sites, hiking trails, campgrounds, golf courses, scenic drives, a guide to state and national park historic sites/museums, fishing, and ski areas. Includes a comprehensive index
Price: 19.95 USD



15 Pennsylvania Dutch Country

Arcadia Publishing

Price: 19.99 USD



16 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 1639-2000

Arcadia Publishing

Price: 26.99 USD



17 VA to PA: Early Landowners of PA: Land Tracts Transferred from Virginia to Pennsylvania Jurisdic...

Closson Press

Price: 25.00 USD



18 History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Including its Early Settlement and Progress to the Present Time
A. Warner and Co
(1889), 2008, 5x8, paper, index 4 vols., 1548 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
A fascinating look back to the early settlement and evolution of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to the year of 1889. The history gives the reader a feel for Western Pennsylvania during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Towns, villages, and cities such as Pittsburgh and McKeesport are described. Society, economy, and important events are detailed with portraits, genealogies, and biographies of some of its prominent men and representative citizens. The first volume contains elements of the settlement, pioneer life, boundary disputes, politics, churches, cemeteries, French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Mexican War. The following townships and boroughs comprise most of the second volume: Moon, Findlay, Crescent, North and South Fayette, Collier, Robinson, Stowe, Neville, Upper and Lower St. Clair, Snowden, Bethel, Baldwin, Union, Scott, Mifflin, Jefferson, Elizabeth, Lincoln, Versailles (North and South), Wilkins, Sterrett, Braddock, Plum, Patton, Penn, West and East Deer, Richland, Hampton, Indiana, O'Hara, Harmar, Springdale, Pine, McCandless, Ross, Shaler, Ohio, Kilbuck, Aleppo, Franklin, Marshall, Sewickley, and Leet. The index in each volume will help reader locate particular names, townships and boroughs, churches, and events.
Price: 95.00 USD



19 Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania: 1682-1750
Albert Cook Myers
(1902), 2006, 5x8, paper, index, 504 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This book presents the history of the Irish Quakers from their origins in Ireland to their settlement in Pennsylvania. The book is divided into three parts. Part One begins with the planting of Quakerism in Ireland. It then goes on to discuss the rise of Quakerism in England, the Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland, the beginnings of Quakerism in Ireland and the racial origin of the Friends of Ireland. Part Two begins the migration of the Irish Friends to Pennsylvania. This section discusses the reasons for the Irish Friends' immigration into Pennsylvania, the places in Ireland from which the Friends came, the different waves of immigration, and the ways and means of migration. Part Three shows the Irish Friends in Pennsylvania. Topics discussed include the places of settlement, the social life of the Irish Friends, and the prominent Irish Friends. The book's appendix includes lists of certificates of removal from Ireland received at the monthly meetings of Friends of Pennsylvania, 1682-1750. Counties involved include: Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, Lancaster, and York in Pennsylvania; New Castle County, Delaware; and Cecil County, Maryland. There also are some extracts from Irish records including information of the Wright, Farquhar, McMillan, Marsh, Mackey, and Moore families. A bibliography and a surname index add to the value of the text.
Price: 37.50 USD



20 CD: Willett Family of Pennsylvania
Albert J. Willett
(1998), 2005, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac, 463 pp, Heritage Books
Information extracted from census records, newspaper articles, obituaries, and printed biographies.
Price: 15.95 USD

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