by Mix, Richard L.
Historical collections relating to Gwynedd, a township of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, settled, 1698, by immigrants from Wales, with some data referring to the adjoining township, of Montgomery, also settled by Welsh
Pittsburgh A To Z
Renfrew Park : a Pennsylvania German farmstead
The Johnstown Flood : core events of a deadly disaster
Oak Hill (O. of I.A.) cemetery at Mt. Carmel (Alaska), Northumberland County, Pennsylvania
Records of the Klinger Church, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania : including Bowman and Klinger families
Chambersburg, frontier town, 1730-1794 : a bicentennial narrative of the origin and growth of Chambersburg and Franklin County in Pennsylvania
Sigh, gone : a misfit's memoir of great books, punk rock, and the fight to fit in
A history of Johnsonburg, Elk County, Pennsylvania : 1810-1985
Records of Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Boro of Hughesville, Lycoming Co., PA
Marriage licenses at Lancaster, PA, 1791-1799
Pittsburgh : a new portrait
Bucks County tombstone inscriptions : Bedminster and Haycock townships
The company towns of the Rockhill Iron and Coal Company : Robertsdale and Woodvale, Pennsylvania
Homestead : the glory and tragedy of an American steel town
Cemeteries of Centralia, Columbia County, Pennsylvania
Bucks County tombstone inscriptions : Hilltown Township
Charles Baber Cemetery at Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
The lost and forgotten cemeteries of Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
The manor of Springettsbury, York County, Pennsylvania : "it's history and early settlers"
Records of pastoral acts at Christ Lutheran Church, Stouchsburg, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Abstracts from the Kittanning gazette, August 1825 to July 1828, Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania
Records of pastoral acts at Zion Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1795-1827
Head for the hills! : the amazing true story of the Johnstown flood
Johnstown flood : the day the dam burst
Ruthless tide : the heroes and villains of the Johnstown flood, America's astonishing gilded age disaster
Williamsport : frontier village to regional center
East Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania : Bicentennial celebration, 1776-1976
Some of the first settlers of "the forks of the Delaware" and their descendants; being a translation from the German of the record books of the First Reformed Church of Easton, Penna., from 1760 to 1852
Deaths, 1856-1865 : gleaned from the Pittsburgh Christian advocate
Smoketown : the untold story of the other great Black Renaissance
Trinity Lutheran Church of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania
History of Starr Cemetery, Forest County, Pennsylvania
Church records of Berlin, Somerset County, Pennsylvania : church book of congregations of both Evangelical Lutheran and Evangelical Reformed (Brothers Valley Township) : births, deaths, baptisms, marriages, and burials, approximate period covers 1788-1856
100 years at Warrington : York County, Pennsylvania Quakers marriages, removals, births & deaths : Newberry, Warrington, Menallen, Huntington, and York meetings
Bern Church record, Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania : baptisms (1739-1835), including tombstone inscriptions of burial grounds at Bernville
Beyond the Blue Mountain : Mahoning Township records : tax, census, cemetery, and military veteran for Carbon County, Schuylkill County, and Northampton County, Pennsylvania
History of Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Forest County, Pennsylvania
Lycoming County Genealogical Society.
Mix, Miriam S.
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