HISTORY OF PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE. PRESIDING PRESIDING YEA R PLACE HELD OR BISHOPS OFFICERS ELDERS SECRETARIES 1860 First Church J. Glossbrenner J. M. Bishop W. B. Raber York, Pa. W. B. Raber N. Altman 1861 Chambcrsburg, Pa.
William Booth was a son or grandson of the emigrant, Robert (1) Booth, most likely the latter, and a son of Robert (2) Booth, who was a farmer of Bethel township, Pennsylvania. Robert (3) Booth came to Fayette county about the year 1800 ...
Biographies of Representative Citizens: Outline History of Pennsylvania; Statistics ... Throughout the pages of the history of the counties literary credit is given to those , who , in earlier years , did so much for the cause of ...
Mr. Barba, in this Eighteenth Yearbook of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, has assembled illustrations of ninety-two Pennsylvania German tombstones, the earliest of which is dated 1743 and the latest 1853.
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J counties, Pennsylvania; or the three lower counties upon Delate- ware* of the The determining and fixing the precise ... William Maryland, pe)m and the Lord Baltimore, will hereafter more fully appear, in the course of this history.
Author: Robert Proud
Publisher: Applewood Books
The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind. Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars.Rich in titles on English life and social history, this collection spans the world as it was known to eighteenth-century historians and explorers. Titles include a wealth of travel accounts and diaries, histories of nations from throughout the world, and maps and charts of a world that was still being discovered. Students of the War of American Independence will find fascinating accounts from the British side of conflict. ++++The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryW020454Imprint of v. 2 varies: Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, no. 106, Chesnut-Street, nearly opposite to the Bank of North America. 1798. Frontispiece portrait of William Penn (v. 1) signed: J.J. Barralet direxit. [Alexander] LawsPhiladelphia: Printed and sold by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, number eighty, Chesnut-Street, 1797[-1798] 2v.: 1 map, 1 port.; 8
The Centennial History of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company 1846–1946 . Philadelphia : Pennsylvania Railroad , 1949 . Burlingame , Michael , and John R. T. Ettlinger , eds . Inside Lincoln's White House : The Complete Civil War Diary of ...
Author: Thomas Childs CochranPublish On: 1978-03-17
All economic systems are for people, and the first question, therefore, is what brought a large population to Pennsylvania in the preindustrial period? Before the advent of Europeans the fertile lands near the Delaware River were ...
Author: Thomas Childs Cochran
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Who would have guessed, three centuries ago, that William Penn's "greene" province and "countrie towne" on the Delaware would become the keystone of American industrialization and the source of some of the nation's most important business institutions? Penn's colony was a haven of toleration for people of many origins and beliefs; later, the state of Pennsylvania was a place where human talents and natural resources converged to make possible an affluent industrial society. Both the freedom and the wealth are treasured legacies of the state to the nation.
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He was twice married (first) June 10, 1815, to Mary Burket, who died March 28, 1850, and had issue: T. Blair Patton, general superintendent of the Pennsylvania industrial school, Huntingdon: William A. Patton, assistant to the president ...
Senior class—George W. Burns, Steubenville, Ohio; John N. Cassell, Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Charles H. Causey, Hampton, Va.; David W. Lawson, Indiana county, Pa.; Aaron W. Ross, Fayette county, Pa.; Edward W. Stephens, Covington, Ky.