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historical journal a quarterly record of local history and genealogy, devoted principally to northwestern Pennsylvania.

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Published by Gazette and Bulletin Printing House in Williamsport, Pa .
Written in English


  • Pennsylvania -- History -- Periodicals,
  • Pennsylvania -- Genealogy -- Periodicals

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StatementBy John F. Meginness, ("John of Lancaster".) v. 1-2; May 1887-1894
SeriesPennsylvania county and regional histories. Reel 7, no. 14
ContributionsMeginness, John Franklin, 1827-1899
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14596312M

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