The Johnstown flood
The Johnstown flood of 1889 : the tragedy of the Conemaugh
Johnstown flood : the day the dam burst
Head for the hills! : the amazing true story of the Johnstown flood
The Johnstown Flood : core events of a deadly disaster
History of the great flood in Johnstown, Pa., May 31, 1889 .
Early records of the Memorial Church of St. John (Episcopal) at Ashland, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
The ecclesiastical records of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. James, Bell Township, Westmoreland County, Pa., formerly Washington Township, 1847-1875
Early history of St. Paul's (Summer Hill) Lutheran and Reformed Church, including tombstone inscriptions and burial records, South Manheim Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
St. Paul, or "White" Church at Ringtown, Union Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania : baptisms, 1810-1884 : deaths 1841-1944
Ruthless tide : the heroes and villains of the Johnstown flood, America's astonishing gilded age disaster
Church records of St. David's Lutheran and Reformed Church at Hebe, Jordan Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania (1829-1915)
The Tulpehocken bi-centennial commemorated in a four-day celebration at Womelsdorf, Pa., June 28th, 29th, 30th and July 1st, 1923; being a series of historical sketches covering two hundred years, 1723-1923 .
Disaster at Johnstown : the great flood
Official history of the Johnstown flood
A bed for the night :humanitarianism in crisis
Three Robeson Township cemeteries, Robeson Township, Berks County, PA
The crisis caravan : what's wrong with humanitarian aid?
Introducing relief printing
Merion in the Welsh tract. With sketches of the townships of Haverford and Radnor. Historical and genealogical collections concerning the Welsh barony in the province of Pennsylvania, settled by the Cymric Quakers in 1682
Pittsburgh : a new portrait
Voyage of mercy : the USS Jamestown, the Irish famine, and the remarkable story of America's first humanitarian mission
A bicentennial postcard history of Williamsport, 1806-2006
Marriage licenses at Lancaster, PA, 1791-1799
The history of State College, 1896-1946
Azilum, French refugee colony of 1793
Bucks County tombstone inscriptions : Bedminster and Haycock townships
Records of Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Boro of Hughesville, Lycoming Co., PA
Pittsburgh A To Z
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
Abstracts from the Kittanning gazette, August 1825 to July 1828, Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania
Marriages and deaths from the Pittsburgh dispatch, 1858-1860
Deaths, 1856-1865 : gleaned from the Pittsburgh Christian advocate
Marriage and death notices from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania newspapers, 1835-1845
The manor of Springettsbury, York County, Pennsylvania : "it's history and early settlers"
Altoona, PA, City Hall birth records
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
Pennsylvania. Johnstown Flood Relief Commission.
> Flood, 1889.
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