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Works under MDS 974.8185
- Gratz-Lykens Township Elementary School: Classbook 1988. by Gratz-Lykens Township Board of Education
- Berrysburg Elementary School: Classbook 1982. by Berrysburg Board of Education
- 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
- 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
- The Parish Record of the Lykens Valley Parish, Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania. by O. E. Pflueger
- Saint Matthew's (Coleman's) Evangelical Lutheran Church and cemetery records (1872-1966), Lykens Township, Dauphin Count by Glenn P Schwalm
- Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Killinger, Upper Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania: 1770-1858. by Philip A. Rice
- 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
- 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
- Loyalton Memories by Catherine Hassinger Kieffer
- Dr. M.D. Lehr, Obstetrical Records, 1884-1921. by Eleanor Renshaw
- 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 ...
- Memories Book (Volume 1). by Gratz Historical Society
- Souvenir Program of the Halifax Area 175th Anniversary Corporation: Our Story, the Valleys - The Fort - The River, 1794-1969 by Halifax Area 175th Aniversary Corporation
- Zion (Klinger's) Church History, Part I and Part II by Irwin R. Klinger
- A Celebration of Millersburg' Bicentennial, 1807-2007: Supplement. by Millersburg Bicentennial Committee
- The United Methodist Church of Williamstown, Pennsylvania: Membership Directory, 1977; Attendance Register for 1967. by United Methodist Church (U.S.)
- Oakdale Church Record : Berrysburg Circuit, East Pennsylvania Conference, Evangelical Association, 1863-1968. by Phillip A. Rice
- 97th Annual Gratz Fair, Premium Book, 1970. by Gratz Fair Association
- Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Upper Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Glenn P Schwalm
- Zion (Klinger's) Cemetery and Church Records, 1884-1911: Erdman, Lykens Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Various
- St. Peter's (Fetterhoff's) Lutheran and Reformed Church Records, Halifax Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (also contains Tomsbtone Inscriptions of the Fetterhoff's Cemetery). by Cornelius E. Koppenheffer
- St. Matthew's (Coleman's) Church and Cemetery, Lykens Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Glenn P Schwalm
- Selected News Items about Gratz Transcribed from Lykens Valley Area Newspapers. 1895-1945. by Gratz Historical Society
- Memories Book (Volume 3). by Gratz Historical Society
- La Memoria, 1960. by Upper Dauphin High School
- Family Bible Records at the Hummelstown Area Historical Society by Arlene Huss
- David's Church Homecoming: Remembering with Joy, October 13, 1991. by David's Church
- Fax: Lykens High School, 1907 (Volume 1). by Lykens High School
- 98th Annual Gratz Fair, Premium Book, 1971. by Gratz Fair Association
- St. Paul's Cemetery, Jackson Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Eileen H. Lentz
- Salem Lutheran Church Records, Killinger, Upper Paxton Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Unknown
- Church Record of the Lykens Valley Lower Church or David's Reformed Church, Killinger, Upper Paxtang Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1774-1844. by Glenn P Schwalm
- A Country Western Minstrel: A Benefit for Liberty Hose Company #2 Marching Unit by The Lykens Minstrel Association
- Memories Book (Volume 4). by Gratz Historical Society
- Services of Dedication: Simeon's Lutheran and Reformed Church and New Christian Education Building, Gratz, Pennsylvania, 1961 by Simeon's Lutheran and Reformed Church
- La Memoria, 1964. by Upper Dauphin High School
- History of Elizabethville by Ned Weaver
- The Dedication of the Good Shepherd Evangelical Congregational Church, Route 25, One Mile East of Gratz, Pennsylvania, April 28, 2002. by Good Shepherd Evangelical Congregational Church
- Fax: Lykens High School, 1909 (Volume 3). by Lykens High School
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