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Series: Pennsylvania Trail of History

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Anthracite Heritage Museum and Scranton Iron Furnaces : Pennsylvania trail of history guide by Harold W. Aurand
Brandywine Battlefield Park: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Thomas J. McGuire
Bushy Run Battlefield: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by David Dixon
Conrad Weiser Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by John Bradley
Cornwall Iron Furnace (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Sue Dieffenbach
Daniel Boone Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Sharon Hernes Silverman
Drake Well Museum and Park : Pennsylvania trail of history guide by Jon Sherman
Eckley Miners' Village (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Perry Blatz
Ephrata Cloister: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by John Bradley
Erie Maritime Museum and US Brig Niagara: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Chris J. Magoc
Fort Pitt Museum and Park (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by David Dixon
Graeme Park (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Lorett Treese
Hope Lodge and Mather Mill: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Lorett Treese
Joseph Priestley House: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Alison Duncan Hirsch
Landis Valley Museum: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Elizabeth Johnson
Old Economy Village: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Daniel B. Reibel
Pennsbury Manor: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Larry E. Tise
Pennsylvania Lumber Museum (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Robert Currin
Pennsylvania Military Museum (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Arthur P. Miller Jr.
Pennsylvania Trail of History Cookbook by Stackpole Books
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Dan Cupper
Somerset Historical Center (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Lorett Treese
State Museum of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by Sharon Hernes Silverman
Washington Crossing Historic Park (Pennsylvania Trail of History Guides) by John Bradley

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