Rural Pennsylvania

Author: Samuel Fitch Hotchkin
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9781333653088
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Keystone Tercentenary

Author: Ronald Lieberman
Publisher: Family Album, Abaa, the
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three hundred years of Pennsylvania Americana Ronald Lieberman, Family
Album. 1419. ... Reprint of the 1856 edition. 428p. ... New expanded edition of
this popular illustrated classic. Wraps. ... Hotchkin, Samuel F. RURAL
PENNSYLVANIA IN THE VICINITY OF PHILA. ... Details of an early Philadelphia "
reform school".

The Critic

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Rural surroundings. Miss SARA J. SMITH, ... For Boarding cadets only
Completely equipped and beautifully located on Hudson River, near West Point.
For catalogue ... Miss Phelps' English and Classical S hool for Oisls. College ...
Then ask for a circular from Mme. H. Clerc, 431c Walnut St., Philadelphia. Pa.
THE WALTON-WELLESLEY SCHOOL. 210. and 2103 ... •'ESSAYS FROM THE
CRITIC" A reprint of some of the most striking contributions to the earlier numbers
. Cloth, $1.

Night Of The Living Dead

Author: John A. Russo
Publisher: Commonwealth Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781551975061
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The dearly departed have risen and are thirsty for human flesh and blood, and when night falls they embark on a murderous and bloody rampage to satisfy their decaying bodies and quench their evil souls. Reprint.

Foreigners In Their Own Land

Author: Steven M. Nolt
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 0271021993
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In Foreigners in Their Own Land, Steven M. Nolt is the first to add the story of the Pennsylvania Germans to that larger mosaic, showing how they came to think of themselves as quintessential Americans and simultaneously constructed a ...

Reader S Guide To American History

Author: Peter J. Parish
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134261896
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... NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1955, corrected reprint, 1963; 2nd edition, 1988
Hutchinson, E.P., Legislative History of American Immigration Policy, 1798-1965,
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1981 McClain, Charles ...
twenties" to describe the ethnocultural struggles between an old-stock, Protestant
, small town-rural America and an immigrant-stock, Catholic and big-city America.
Higham remains a modern classic, indispensable for anyone concerned with the
topic.

Encyclopedia Of The Underground Railroad

Author: J. Blaine Hudson
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476602301
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Reprint, New York: Negro Universities Press, ¡969. ... Whether in private urban
residences, rural farmhouses, barns, and other outbuildings, or even in caves
and other natural hiding places, ... the classics at the Watkins Academy and later
learned the trades of seamstress and nurse. ... Pennsylvania, in ¡852 and
became actively involved in assisting fugitive slaves— living in Philadelphia with
William Still, ...