Melvil Decimal System: 974.84
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Works under MDS 974.84
- Gettysburg (PA) (Images of America) by Dolly Nasby
- Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century by F. Edward Wright
- York County Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century, Volume 1 by Marlene Bates
- Southern Revenge: The Confederate Burning of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania by Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce
- Rural Delivery: Real Photo Postcards from Central Pennsylvania 1905-1935 by Jody Blake
- United States Direct Tax of 1798, York County, Pennsylvania, Volume 3: York Borough & York Towsnship by South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
- Remembering Carlisle (PA): Tales from the Cumblerland Valley (American Chronicles) by Joseph David Cress
- A Town In-Between: Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and the Early Mid-Atlantic Interior by Judith Ridner
- History of York County, Pennsylvania, 1729-1834 by W. C. Carter
- Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers, 1791-1795 by Martha Reamy
- York area photographers, 1840-1997 by Eric D Battorff
- Pictorial History West Shore Area: New Cumberland, Lower Allen Township, Camp Hill, Lemoyne, Wormleysburg, East Pennsboro Township by Cumberland County 250th Anniversary Committee
- Snyder County (PA) (Images of America) by Jim Campbell
- Hanover (PA) (Postcard History Series) by Hanover Area Historical Society
- Hanover Milestones (PA) (Postcard History Series) by Hanover Area Historical Society
- Camp Hill: A history by Robert Grant Crist
- The Snyder County Pioneers by Charles A. Fisher
- The Spring Grove Years, 1882-1982 by Sandra S. Kurowski
- Listing of inhabitants in 1778: Cumberland County, Pennsylvania by Aimee Appleby
- Schuylkill County: Volume II (Images of Amerca) by Leo L. Ward
- Mary Eliza Easton Diary: Loudon, Franklin County, Pennsylvania by Diane E. Greene
- Tax Lists - Cumberland County, Pennsylvania by Merri Lou Scribner Schaumann
- Union County, Pennsylvania: A Bicentennial History. by Charles McCool Snyder
- Union County Sesquicentennial: The Story of a County, 1813-1963 by Thomas R Deans
- Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Cumberland, York, and Adams Counties, Pennnsylvania : with new index
- Church of the Good Shepherd: 1951 - 2001, 50th Anniversary
- The History of White Deer Township: From Colonial Days to the Present by Arna Dershem
- York (Postcard History Series) by Scott D. Butcher
- Two hundred years in Cumberland County; a collection of documents and pictures illustrating two centuries of life in Pennsylvania by Pa.) Hamilton Library and Historical Association of Cumberland County (Carlisle
- Atlas of Union and Snyder Counties, Pennsylvania, from Actual Surveys under the Direction of D. G. Beers, 1868. by D. G. Beers
- Records of the Reformed Church in Shippensburg, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, 1770-1842, Translated and Copied from the Original Book. by William C. Lightner
- Land records of York County, Pennsylvania 1771-1775 by Mary Marshall Brewer
- Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Cemeteries: Camp Hill Cemetery and Enola Cemetery. by Robert Viguers
- York County, Pennsylvania: Census of 1800; Will Book Excerpts, 1749-1762; Will Abstracts, 1749-1754; Death Registrations, 1852-1855. by William C. Lightner
- Church Record of Lischy's Reformed Church, North Codorus Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 1773-1834. by William J. Hinke
- [A] history of First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania by Hazel Baker Wagaman
- Bicentennial, 1763-1963 : McSherrystown, Pa.
- 30 Perry County, Pennsylvania cemetery records : complete tombstone inscriptions
- HISTORY OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS
- An Alphabetical Listing of Heads of Households (with Age and Sex of All Members of Households) Included in the 1800 Federal Census of Adams County, Pennsylvania. by William C. Lightner
- Perry County, Pennsylvania: Church Records Taken from Newsletters. by Gratz Historical Society
- Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers 1785-1790 by N/A
- Solemn Blessing and Rededication of the Shrine Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Abbottstown, R. D., Pennsylvania, Diocese of Harrisburg, 1845-1972. by 1978 (St. Paul Immaculate Heart of Mary Council of
- Messiah Lutheran Church, Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania: Parish Records, 1801-1867. by Frederick S. Weiser
- Churches of the Valley, Cumberland and Franklin Counties in Pennsylvania
- Union County Heritage: Union County's Role in World War I (Volume 11). by Union County Historical Society Inc.
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