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Works under MDS 974.818
- The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties [Pennsylvania] by Israel Daniel 1803-1878. [from ol Rupp
- The People of Three Mile Island by Robert Del Tredici
- Gratz-Lykens Township Elementary School: Classbook 1988. by Gratz-Lykens Township Board of Education
- Wiconisco Telephone and Telegraph Company: Telephone Directory, 1936-1937. by Wiconisco Telephone and Telegraph Company
- Civil War Harrisburg A Guide to Capitol Area Sites, Incidents and Personalities by Lawrence E Keener-Farley
- Harrisburg (PA) (Images of America) by Linda A. Ries
- Upper Dauphin Area Middle School Dedication, 1973. by Upper Dauphin Area Board of Education
- Pennsylvania Divorces by Eugene F. Throop
- Berrysburg Elementary School: Classbook 1982. by Berrysburg Board of Education
- African Americans of Harrisburg (PA) (Black America) by John Weldon Scott
- Early marriage evidence from the court records of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (including Lebanon County), 1785-1810 by Annette K. Burgert
- Records of the Klinger Church Dauphin County, Pennsylvania by Mary Ellen (compiled by) Bowman
- Souvenir of the Pastorate of Rev. O. E. Pflueger, A.M., Lykens Valley Parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania, July 1, 1889 to October 31, 1902. by Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania a
- Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Vital Records Genealogical and Historical Miscellany, Vol.1 by Phillip A. Rice
- Handbook of the New Capitol of Pennsylvania by Charles Henry Caffin
- Steelton (Images of America: Pennsylvania) by Michael Barton
- Saint Matthew's (Coleman's) Evangelical Lutheran Church and cemetery records (1872-1966), Lykens Township, Dauphin Count by Glenn P Schwalm
- Union Salem's Kirche (Salem's Union Church), Lutheran and Reformed, now Peace United Church of Christ, Berrysburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Glenn P Schwalm
- Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Glenn P Schwalm
- Whiz Bang: 1952 Yearbook. by Lykens Valley Joint School District
- The Parish Record of the Lykens Valley Parish, Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania. by O. E. Pflueger
- Annals, comprising memoirs, incidents and statistics of Harrisburg: From the period of its first settlement by George H Morgan
- Official Telephone Directory: Mahanoy and Mahantango Telephone Company, 1986. by Mahanoy and Mahantango Telephone Company
- Gratz Union Cemetery - Geographical List of Burials by Simeon United Lutheran Church
- One Hundred Seventy-Fifth Anniversary, 1780-1955, of Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Berrysburg, Pennsylvania. by St. John's Evangelical Lutheran ...
- Dauphin County, 1993 Servicebook. by Dauphin County Board of Commissioners.
- Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Killinger, Upper Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania: 1770-1858. by Philip A. Rice
- Greater Harrisburg's Jewish Community (Images of America Series) by Simon J. Bronner
- Dauphin County Institute Bulletin for 1909. by Dauphin County Schools
- Church Directory of Klingerstown Lutheran Parish: Zion, Erdman, and St. Michael's, Klingerstown, 1986 by Klingerstown Lutheran Parish
- Zion (Klinger's) Church Cemetery, Erdman, Lykens Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Leah Hollenbach
- St. John's Lutheran Church, near Berrysburg, Mifflin Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania by Philip A. Rice
- St. Peter's (Fetterhoff's) Evangelical Lutheran and German Reformed (now United Church of Christ) Church record at Armstrong Valley (Upper Paxton Township, now Halifax Township), Dauphin County, Pennsylvania by Glenn P Schwalm
- Lykens and Wiconisco Homecoming Celebration, August 31, 1946-September 2, 1946 by Clayton L. Peters
- Grandview Cemetery, Pillow, Mifflin Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Unknown
- Directory of the Lykens Valley Charge of the United Church of Christ, 1962-1963: Simeon's Church, Gratz. by Lykens Valley Charge
- Centennial: The Settlement, Formation and Progress of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, from 1785 to 1876 by George H Morgan
- A Celebration of Millersburg's Bicentennial: Celebrating 200 Years, 1807-2007, The Future Begins with Us. by Nancy L. Wert
- St. Peter's (Hoffman's) Church Records, Lykens Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Unknown
- St. John's (Hill) Church Records, near Berrysburg, Mifflin Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania: 1790-1898. by Frederick S. Weiser
- Pennsylvania Capitol by Pennsylvania General Assembly
- Lykens Valley Parish: Biographies of Lutheran and Reformed Ministers. by Various
- Loyalton Memories by Catherine Hassinger Kieffer
- Dr. M.D. Lehr, Obstetrical Records, 1884-1921. by Eleanor Renshaw
- Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Tombstone Inscriptions, Volume III by Oscar H. Stroh
- Names and Addresses of the Directors and Teachers of Dauphin County Schools, 1931. by Dauphin County Superintendent of Schools
- Dauphin County Bicentennial, 1776-1976: To Know Our Heritage by Dauphin County Bicentennial Commission
- Stroh's Cemetery, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Oscar H. Stroh
- History of the East Susquehanna Classis, Eastern Synod, Pennsylvania, The Reformed Church in the United States, 1856-1941. by A. Levan Zechman
- Historical Book of Berrysburg and Mifflin Township: Sesquicentennial, 1819-1969 by Book Committee of Berrysburg-Mifflin Township Sesquicentennial
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