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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...hese records; the Philadelphia City Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania have them for Philadelphia (1860'1915).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...the Pennsylvania State Library, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (see [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]]), and other libraries. Two enumerations
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...nn, 'Dr. Sheuk's Missing Series of the Published Pennsylvania Archives,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 103 (1979): 415-31.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...irectories and a place-name index. A wonderful publication, ''The Atlas of Pennsylvania'', edited by David J. Cuff and others (Philadelphia: Temple University Pres
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...books are at the Pennsylvania State Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and many for the western counties are at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Kent, ''County Government and Archives in Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1947), while a bit dated, explains the re
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ell, 'Washington County, Pennsylvania Intestate Records, 1789'1806,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 31 [1979]: 51).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (housed at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Most original state military records up through the Vietnam War are in the Pennsylvania State Archives. Information from the time of World War II is restricted.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ble as Family Archives CD-ROM #213 (Brøderbund, 1998). ''Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families'', 3 vols. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), was rep
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ==[[Pennsylvania State Archives]]==
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Two works take up the coming of Pennsylvania's first immigrants to the Penn colony: ''Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...For other records at the archives, see Dructor's ''Guide'' listed under [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]].
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  • ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in [[''Black Genesis'']]. ...ry:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources|African Americans of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...6), and his ''Indian Paths of Pennsylvania'' (1987), both published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg. (See also Kraft's ''The Lenap
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in ''[[Black Genesis]]''.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...cal Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives'', 2d ed. (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1998). This should be supplemented with t * Suran, Frank M., comp. and ed. ''Guide to the Record Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives''. 1980.
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  • State Library of Pennsylvania<br>Bureau of State Library<br>333 Market St.<br>Harrisburg, PA 17126-1745<b ...of the State Library of Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library of Pennsylvania, 1989).
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  • The Historical Society of Pennsylvania<br>1300 Locust St.<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>[http://www.hsp.org ww ...cal Society of Pennsylvania'', 3d ed. (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1991), and the society's online catalog. The society charges a research fe
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  • The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania <br>2100 Byberry Road - Suite 111 <br>Philadelphia, PA 19116 <br>[info@gen ...A User's Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania...Microfilmed by the Genealogical Department of Salt Lake City'' (Turlock,
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  • Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania<br>1212 Smallman St.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4200<br>[http://www.pghhistory ...istorical society has an extensive library and has published ''The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine'' (now ''Pittsburgh History'') since 1918, with cumulat
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  • Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society<br>4400 Forbes Ave.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4080<br>[h ...overs the western twenty-six counties in the state and publishes ''Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly'' and the newsletter ''Jots from the Point''
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  • The South Central Pennsylvania <br>Genealogical Society, Inc.<br>P.O. Box 1824<br>York, PA 17405-1824<br>[ ...ory Pennsylvania 1990'' by the Library Development of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: 1990).
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Historical Society of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...can State, County, and Town Sources. You can find further information at [[Pennsylvania County Resources]]. [[File:Pennsylvania-lores.jpg|800px]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]]
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  • ...is period belongs more properly to the history of Delaware. The history of Pennsylvania proper begins with the 1681 charter to William Penn, which was very quickly .... However, control over both government and land was returned to Penn, and Pennsylvania remained a proprietary colony until the Revolution.
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  • [[Adams County, Pennsylvania]] [[Allegheny County, Pennsylvania]]
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  • Adams is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from York county. The earliest land deed in Adams wa For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Allegheny is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1788 from the following county/ies: Washington/Westmorela For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Armstrong is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Lycoming/We For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Beaver is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny/Washington. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bedford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1771 from the following county/ies: Cumberland. The earli For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • ...re unrecorded deeds back to 1717 on microfilm at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Blair is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1846 from the following county/ies: Huntingdon/Bedford. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bradford is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1810 (as Ontario) from the following county/ies: Luzerne/ For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Bucks is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Butler is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earlie For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cambria is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Somerset/Bedford/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Cameron is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1860 from the following county/ies: Clinton/Elk/McKean/Po For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Carbon is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1843 from the following county/ies: Monroe/Northampton. T For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Centre is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Mifflin/Hunt For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Chester is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1682 from the following county/ies: original. The earlies For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clarion is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1839 from the following county/ies: Venango/Armstrong. Th For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clearfield is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1804 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Huntingdon. For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Clinton is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1839 from the following county/ies: Lycoming/Centre. The For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • Columbia is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1813 from the following county/ies: Northumberland. The e For information about the state of Pennsylvania see [[Pennsylvania Family History Research]].
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  • [[File:Penn1790-lores.jpg|thumb|right|150px|1790 county boundaries for Pennsylvania.]] [[File:Penn1830 lores.jpg|thumb|right|150px|1830 county boundaries for Pennsylvania.]]
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  • ...usetts), Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont. The schedules for Delaware, Geo
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  • ...ouisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Since Sound ...rofilm catalog for some metropolitan areas in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
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  • ...ew Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermon ...es have been indexed for every state for which schedules are extant except Pennsylvania.
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  • '''Pennsylvania'''
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  • Pennsylvania's tax assessors took septennial (every seven years) censuses from 1763 to 1
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  • ...ater rent; how freedom was acquired; and the amount of property brought to Pennsylvania. These superb records constitute the most detailed information we have desc
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  • =Pennsylvania=
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...hese records; the Philadelphia City Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania have them for Philadelphia (1860'1915).
    9 KB (1,197 words) - 05:46, 14 February 2016
  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...the Pennsylvania State Library, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (see [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]]), and other libraries. Two enumerations
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...nn, 'Dr. Sheuk's Missing Series of the Published Pennsylvania Archives,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 103 (1979): 415-31.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...irectories and a place-name index. A wonderful publication, ''The Atlas of Pennsylvania'', edited by David J. Cuff and others (Philadelphia: Temple University Pres
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
    5 KB (779 words) - 21:22, 17 June 2010
  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...books are at the Pennsylvania State Archives and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and many for the western counties are at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg
    3 KB (415 words) - 23:13, 19 November 2012
  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Kent, ''County Government and Archives in Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1947), while a bit dated, explains the re
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ell, 'Washington County, Pennsylvania Intestate Records, 1789'1806,' ''The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine'' 31 [1979]: 51).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (housed at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania).
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Most original state military records up through the Vietnam War are in the Pennsylvania State Archives. Information from the time of World War II is restricted.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...ble as Family Archives CD-ROM #213 (Brøderbund, 1998). ''Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families'', 3 vols. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), was rep
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ==[[Pennsylvania State Archives]]==
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} Two works take up the coming of Pennsylvania's first immigrants to the Penn colony: ''Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...For other records at the archives, see Dructor's ''Guide'' listed under [[Pennsylvania Archives, Libraries and Societies]].
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  • ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in [[''Black Genesis'']]. ...ry:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources|African Americans of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...6), and his ''Indian Paths of Pennsylvania'' (1987), both published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg. (See also Kraft's ''The Lenap
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} ...Association, 1975) is another useful work. For other sources, see also the Pennsylvania chapter in ''[[Black Genesis]]''.
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  • {{Template:Pennsylvania (Red Book)}} [[File:Pennsylvania-map3.jpg|thumb|left|County Map of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ..., Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virgin
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  • *''Notes and Queries Relating to Pennsylvania'', 7 vols. 1st'4th series. See Eva D. Schory's Every Name Index to Egle's N
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  • ...cal Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives'', 2d ed. (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1998). This should be supplemented with t * Suran, Frank M., comp. and ed. ''Guide to the Record Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives''. 1980.
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  • State Library of Pennsylvania<br>Bureau of State Library<br>333 Market St.<br>Harrisburg, PA 17126-1745<b ...of the State Library of Pennsylvania'' (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library of Pennsylvania, 1989).
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  • The Historical Society of Pennsylvania<br>1300 Locust St.<br>Philadelphia, PA 19107-5699<br>[http://www.hsp.org ww ...cal Society of Pennsylvania'', 3d ed. (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1991), and the society's online catalog. The society charges a research fe
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  • The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania <br>2100 Byberry Road - Suite 111 <br>Philadelphia, PA 19116 <br>[info@gen ...A User's Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania...Microfilmed by the Genealogical Department of Salt Lake City'' (Turlock,
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  • Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania<br>1212 Smallman St.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4200<br>[http://www.pghhistory ...istorical society has an extensive library and has published ''The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine'' (now ''Pittsburgh History'') since 1918, with cumulat
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  • Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society<br>4400 Forbes Ave.<br>Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4080<br>[h ...overs the western twenty-six counties in the state and publishes ''Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly'' and the newsletter ''Jots from the Point''
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  • The South Central Pennsylvania <br>Genealogical Society, Inc.<br>P.O. Box 1824<br>York, PA 17405-1824<br>[ ...ory Pennsylvania 1990'' by the Library Development of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: 1990).
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Historical Society of Pennsylvania]]
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  • ...can State, County, and Town Sources. You can find further information at [[Pennsylvania County Resources]]. [[File:Pennsylvania-lores.jpg|800px]]
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  • ...roup was joined by emigrants from Ireland in the 1750s and by Quakers from Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, and Virginia after 1760. See William
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  • ...l income tax was established in 1862. Internal Revenue Assessment List for Pennsylvania, Division 12, Collection District 1, September 1864, NARA microfilm M787.]]
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  • ...practiced in Philadelphia and many colonial lawyers who worked anywhere in Pennsylvania.<ref>''Martins's Bench and Bar of Philadelphia'' (Philadelphia: Rees Welsh ...ates or licenses should be sought in city, county, and state archives. The Pennsylvania State Archives, for example, has medical licenses from 1894 and dental lice
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  • ...vided for him.<ref>''Martha Reamy, Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Vol. 1: Quaker Records of Bradford Monthly Meeting'' (Westminster, Md.: Fa ...rvants Bound and Assigned Before James Hamilton, Mayor of Philadelphia,' ''Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography'' 32 (October 1908): 369.</ref> The fact
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  • ...it was a plantation home or a modest cottage. The [[Historical Society of Pennsylvania]] holds four sets of insurance surveys in its collection. The 1812 survey o ...funeral homes may be found at the same places. The [[Historical Society of Pennsylvania]] has records for the Oliver Bair Funeral Home from 1891. Those through 192
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  • ...ry'', 3 vols, 1682'1709; 1710'1756; 1757'1775 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991, 1997, 2005).</ref> (You can find links to all three volumes [[ ...The entry indicates that the collection is not in Philadelphia or even in Pennsylvania, but rather in a historical library in Delaware. It is worth noting that ''
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  • ...a five-page entry from the Coroner's Evidence Book of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, recording Isadore Raimonda's fatal stabbing of Dominic Raimonda in 1876. I ...alth vs. Isadore Raimonda'', Coroner's Evidence Book, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, p. 1. FHL microfilm 965,369, item 1.]]
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  • ...August 1894, Almshouse Hospital, Bureau of Charities, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, p. 1. FHL 975,748, item 1.]]
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  • Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania was the first off-reservation government boarding school for Native America
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  • ...ster of the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, 1876'1911, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1876, pp. 1'2. FHL microfilm 1,013,425, item 3.]]
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  • *Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, established 1932 *White Deer, Pennsylvania, established 1993
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  • *Greek Catholic Union of Russian Brotherhoods, Munhall, Pennsylvania
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