Melvil Decimal System: 974.82
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
Southeast counties; Philadelphia and Chester group
Eastern counties; Bucks group
Northeast counties; Northumberland group
Southeast central counties; Cumberland group
Northeast central counties; East Lycoming group
Northwest central counties; West Lycoming group
Southwest central counties; Bedford group
Southwest counties; Westmoreland group
Northwest counties; Allegheny group
Works under MDS 974.82
- Another Shot: How I Relived My Life in Less Than a Year by Joe Kita
- Half the House by Richard Hoffman
- The Gift to Be Simple: Life in the Amish Country by Bill Coleman
- Tomahawks and Trombones (Carolrhoda on My Own Books) by Barbara Mitchell
- Pennsylvania Births, Carbon County, 1795-1825; Monroe County, 1741-1825; Schuylkill County, 1755-1825 by John T. Humphrey
- Lower Bucks County (PA) (Postcard History Series) by Andrew Mark Herman
- Lambertville & New Hope (Images of America) by George; Warren James; Kline Mastrich, Yvonne
- Once : As it Was by Griselda Jackson Ohannessian
- DELAWARE WATER GAP NATIONAL RECREATION A (Images of America) by Laura Obiso
- Lehigh Valley - The Unsuspected (Publications of the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society) by Richmond E. Myers
- Bucks County : an illustrated history by Terry A. McNealy
- Matamoras to Shohola: A Journey Through Time (PA) (Images of America) by Matthew Osterberg
- History of Lehigh county, Pennsylvania, and a genealogical and biographical record of its families by Charles Rhoads Roberts
- Bethlehem by Kathleen Stewart
- The Stroudsburgs in the Poconos (PA) (Images of America) by Marie Summa
- Journey Along the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad: Pictorial History of Pocono Mountain Boarding Homes, Hotels, by Alan Sweeney
- Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania : a short history of the township and a report on township officers and affairs by John Richardson
- 1845 History of Monroe County, Pennsylvania by I. Daniel Rupp
- Church Records of the Upper Milford Reformed Congregation now the Zion's Reformed Church at Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania (1757-1809) from the Library of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm. by Glenn P. Schwain
- Northampton County in the American Revolution by Richmond E. Myers
- Place Names of Northampton County, Pennsylvania by James Wright
- Civil War and Pike County by William F. Henn
- Hellertown (PA) (Images of America) by Lee A. Weidner
- Reminiscences of George La Bar - The Centenarian of Monroe County, PA. by A. B. Burrell
- Carbon County (PA) (Postcard History Series) by Rebecca Rabenold-Finsel
- Historic Morvaian Bethlehem Pennsylvania; a national historic landmark district by Laura L. Burtner, ed.
- Two centuries of Nazareth, 1740-1940 by George M. Shultz
- Landmarks of Monroe County by William S Lesh
- Allentown, PA Bicentennial 1962 Sesquicentennial Lehigh County
- Centennial and illustrated Wayne County; Historical, Biographical, Industrial, Picturesque, Commercial, Financial,
- Monroe County Historic Photo Album
- Our Lehigh County - Grade Four Social Studies
- Perkasie (Postcard History Series) by Ivan J. Jurin
- Around Lake Ariel (PA) (Images of America) by Kurt A. Reed
- Living In Monroe County by League of Women Voters ...
- Allentown (PA) (Postcard History Series) by Kevin S. Gildner
- Atlas of Centre County Pennsylvania: From Actual Surveys by and under the direction of Beach Nichols. by Beach . Nichols
- A Walk Through Monroe County Kitchens 1836-1986 Sesquicentennial Cookbook by Inc. Monroe County Sesquicentennial Assn.
- Backcountry Crucibles: The Lehigh Valley from Settlement to Steel (Studies in Eighteenth-Century America and the Atlantic World) by Jean R. Soderlund
- Langhorne, Crossroads of History: Samuel C. Eastburn's "Olde Attleborough" by Florence Wharton
- Milford, Pennsylvania, 1733-1983 : Heritage--250 by Norman Lehde
- The history of Monroe County, Pennsylvania, during the Civil War; a study of a community in action from 1840 to 1873 by Le Roy Jennings. [from old catalog] Koehler
- A Profile of the Boroughs: Catasauqua, Lehigh County, Pa. [and] North Catasauqua, Northampton County, Pa. by Roberta and Judy Gemmel Burkhardt, editors
- The History of Delaware Township - Yesterday and Today by Delaware Township Historical Committee
- Stroudsburgs In The Poconos (PA) by Frank Summa
- Pike County Historic Site and Scenic Area Survey, Vol. IX, Milford
- Church Records of the Upper Milford Reformed Congregation, now the Zion's Reformed Church, Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, 1757-1809. by Glenn P. Scwalm
- Northampton County Pennsylvania: Geology and Geography [Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Fourth Series, Bulletin C 48] by Donald McCoy; Mille Benjamin LeRoy; Fraser Miller
- Pike County Historic Site and Scenic Area Survey, Vol. IV, Shohola Twp.
- Zionsville Evangelical Lutheran Church and Cemetery Record. by Annette K. Burgert
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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