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Early narratives of Berks County. Reading, Pa.: Historical Society of Berks County, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Bennett Nolan; Historical Society of Berks County.
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Original data: Nolan, James Bennett. Early narratives of Berks g, Pa.: Pub. under the auspices of the Historical Society of Berks County, Appeal by the Historical society of Berks county to descendants of early settlers for historical documents ([Reading, ]), by Historical Society of Berks County (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The story of Berks County (Pennsylvania) (Reading, Pa., Eagle book and job press, ), by A.
Wagner (page images at HathiTrust). History of Berks County, Pennsylvania: In the Revolution, from to Morton Luther Montgomery C. Haage, printer, - Berks County (Pa.) - pages5/5(2). History of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Source: J. Wallace Luckenbill, Fleetwood Junior High School Lectures, Hundreds of years ago, great forests of very old trees grew in the gentle valleys, on the rolling hills, and on the steep mountains of what is now Berks County.
Early narratives of Berks County Industrial Berks County, Presented to: the people of Reading and Berks County on the occasion of the two. EARLY NARRATIVES OF BERKS COUNTY. First edition, first printing.
Inscribed by the author. Do you have a book like this to sell. Author: NOLAN, J. Bennett. Published: Reading, PA: Historical Society of Berks County.
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EARLY NARRATIVES OF BERKS COUNTY. by J. Bennett Nolan. Hardcover. () Reprint. This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received. Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery.
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Overview Founded in as the Historical Society of Berks [ ]. PENNSYLVANIA SOURCE BOOK -- SNODGRASS FAMILY [Note: The research for this source book was done by Charlou Dolan, Rena Mills, and Charlotte of the census records were provided by F.
McIntosh & Gene organizing and typing was done by Charlou Dolan.] [NS = no Snodgrass records found] BERKS COUNTY (). Chicago citation style: Wagner, A.
E, Francis Wilhauer Balthaser, and D. K Hoch. The story of Berks County g, Pa., Eagle book and job press, Historical Society Of Berks County. () Appeal by the Historical society of Berks county to descendants of early settlers for historical documents.
[Reading] [Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania, embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families, comp. by Morton L. Montgomery. by Montgomery, Morton L.
(Morton Luther), b. ; J.H. Beers & Co. berks, pa: historical & biographical annals of berks county (hardcover) A Concise History of the County & Genealogical & Biographical Records of Representative Families. 2 vols., p. () PAH. Early narratives of be My Searches (0) My Cart Added To Cart Check Out.
Menu. Subjects. Architecture and Design; Book Studies; Life Sciences; Linguistics and Semiotics; Literary Studies; Materials Sciences; Early narratives of berks county. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Prohibition. The Failure of the “Noble Experiment” in Reading & Berks County () By EDWARD A, TAGGERT Of the Twentieth Century’s many attempts to improve society, Prohibition was our nation’s most notorious failure.
And Reading and Berks County played no small part in neutralizing what Herbert Hoover wryly called “the noble experiment.”.
Berks County Census & Voter Lists (1) Officers of Berks County, for each year, from to Book of biographies, this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Berks County, Pa.
Early narratives of Berks County; An early nineteenth century constitution of a union church; The Early Swedes and St. Gabriel's Church. He is a member of the Bar Association of Berks County, is a Mason and Elk; also a member of the Berkshire Country Club.
Residence: Mineral Spring Road, Reading. Business address: Baer Building, Reading, Pa." Source: Who's Who in Pennsylvania: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporaries, edited by John W.
Leonard. Published Reading Genealogy (in Berks County, PA) USA (1,) > Pennsylvania (60,) > Berks County (2,) > Reading (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Early narratives of Berks County Some early lineages of Berks County, Pa.: Clauser (Klauser)-Hicks (Hix) and associated lines The Tulpehocken bi-centennial commemorated in a four-day celebration at Womelsdorf, Pa., June 28th, 29th, 30th and July 1st, ; being a series of historical sketches covering two hundred years, The Illustrated Historical Atlas of Berks County Pennsylvania published in by the Reading Publishing House.
Because of the size of the book (Mb) the book might not be able to be previewed in a browser. It can be downloaded at the link here to. Group of Pennsylvania County history books, to include Early Narratives of Berks County, Nolan, ; Montgomery's Political Handbook of Berks County, ; History of Montgomery County, Buck, ; Indians of Bucks County, Brunner, ; Domestic Life and Characteristics of the Pennsylvania German Pioneer, Schantz, ; etc.
Samuel Fox Diary: Berks County Early Narratives of Berks County Blair County’s First Hundred Years, History and Geography of Bradford County, History of Chester County History of Italian Immigration into East End Clearfield [Clearfield County] Cumberland County in the Civil War: With Historical Sketches.
Early Landowners of PA: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks Co., PA By: Ancestor Tracks Book # plus CD. ISBN This volume of county atlases in the Early Landowners of PA series is an invaluable tool for researchers of ancestors in early Pennsylvania.According to Morton Montgomery, in his "History of Berks County" (), a log church was first built in to "accommodate such persons in Richmond Township and the adjoining country as entertained the faith of the Reformed Church." The Moselem Church having been built for the use of Lutherans only.community had been in when Dr.
Paul A. Leisawitz, a local physician, wrote A History of the Jewish Community in Reading and Berks County. The concept for this book gained momentum with a flurry of emails and grew into a community-wide effortFile Size: KB.