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Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives

by Robert M. Dructor

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Quarterly publication of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Regular features include: Additions to the National Register of Historic Places; News and Highlights of Historical Societies; Bookshelf; Heritage Highlights; etc.

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VOLUME 22: No. 3 (Summer 1996).
Celebrating Fifty Years of State Historical Markers; Finding a Light in the Forest - Conrad Weiser Homestead; The World of Ida Ella Jones; John James Audubon - Squire of Mill Grove and Genius of Art and Science,
  PAHistorian | Mar 27, 2013 |
Quarterly publication of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Regular features include: Additions to the National Register of Historic Places; News and Highlights of Historical Societies; Bookshelf; Heritage Highlights; etc.

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VOLUME 21: No. 2 (Spring 1995).
A Farewell to Arms - The Passing of the Philadelphia Navy Yard; Wanted - Women to Meet the Wartime Challenge - A Pictorial Essay; Talented, Tragic and Triumphant - The Life and Career of Elizabeth Sparhawk Jones [Artist]; Landis Valley Museum - The Legacy of Two Brothers Lives On!

VOLUME 21: No. 4 (Fall 1995).
John A. Mather's Lens - The Unerring Eye of History [Photography]; Pride of the Phillies - An Interview with Mike Schmidt; Finding the Fabulous Furniture of the Mahantongo Valley; Where History and Magic Converge - The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
  PAHistorian | Mar 24, 2013 |
Quarterly publication of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Regular features include: Additions to the National Register of Historic Places; News and Highlights of Historical Societies; Bookshelf; Heritage Highlights; etc.

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VOLUME 20: No. 1 (Winter 1993).
The Little Cub That Roared [Aircraft]; No Featherweight in the Annals of Archery - The United Bowmen of Philadelphia; You Can Go Home Again - An Interview with James A. Michener; Central Pennsylvania's Very Own painted Ladies [Painted Country Chairs]; Styled for Worship - The Country Churches of Northwestern Pennsylvania.

VOLUME 20: No. 4 (Fall 1994).
Susquehanna's Painters; Josh Gibson - The Heartbreak Kid; Explaining William Penn on the 350th Anniversary of His Birth - An Interview with Richard S. Dunn; Pennsbury Manor - The Philosopher's Garden.
  PAHistorian | Mar 24, 2013 |
Quarterly publication of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Regular features include: Additions to the National Register of Historic Places; News and Highlights of Historical Societies; Bookshelf; Heritage Highlights; etc.

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VOLUME 14: No 1 (Winter 1988).
"I Would Have... A Brew House;" Perry County - A Sportsman's Paradise; Into the Valley of Death; The Man Who Bought "Alice in Wonderland;" Pomp, Pageantry, and a Parade - Celebrating the Constitution's Centennial.

VOLUME 14: No. 2 (Spring 1988).
The Northwest's Vinters; Crawford County - Welcoming the Twenty-First Century; The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts - An Ideal and a Symbol; The Merry-Go-Round Kings;The Making of a Miracle.

VOLUME 14: No. 3 (Summer 1988).
The Friends Fight for Freedom [Quakers, Anti-Slavery]; Wayne County - A History Deep and Clear; Pennsylvania's Musical Publishers - Fueling a Nation's Fervor; A Flowering for the Ages [Botanical Gardens]; A Walk of Injustice [Indians].

VOLUME 14: No. 4 (Fall 1988).
Adams County - Tranquility Regained; Letitia's Grave Secret [Letitia Penn Aubrey]; Violet Oakley - Lady Mural Painter; Crews, Clubs and Clubhouses; The Battle of Lake Erie - A Victory for Commodore Perry.
  PAHistorian | Mar 24, 2013 |
Quarterly publication of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Regular features include: Additions to the National Register of Historic Places; News and Highlights of Historical Societies; Bookshelf; Heritage Highlights; etc.

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VOLUME 15: No. 1 (Winter 1989).
The Battles Bank - When Honesty Was Collateral and Chickens Paid the Interest[R. S. Battles, Erie County]; Carbon County - Stone Coal in the Switzerland of America; Original and Genuine - Unadulterated and Guaranteed [John Wanamaker, Philadelphia]; Expanding a Vision - Seventy-Five Years of Public History; To Organize the Unorganized [Mining, Steel Industry].

VOLUME 15: No. 2 (Spring 1989).
What Love Can Do - William Penn's Holy Experiment in Education; A One Nigh Stand to Remember - Or To Forget [Johnstown Flood]; Frederick J. Osterling and a Tale of Two Buildings; Potter County - At the Edge of the Forest; Uniontown's Prince of the Gilded Age.

VOLUME 15: No. 3 (Summer 1989).
Bedlam in Penn's Woods; In the Public Best Interest; Julius Bloch - The Time Has Come [Artist]; Sullivan County - Picture Post Card Pretty; An Evil and Remedy - The Lottery in Pennsylvania.

VOLUME 15: No. 4 (Fall 1989).
A Special Place for Photography; Watts' Folly [Frederick Watts]; "And Who is Eakins?"; The Boals of Boalsburg: Two Hundred Years of a Pennsylvania Heritage; Mifflin County - The Crossroads of the Commonwealth.
  PAHistorian | Mar 24, 2013 |
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