3 edition of guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania
State Library of Pennsylvania. Library Services Division.
|Statement||prepared by Division of Library Services, State Library of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Department of Education.|
|Contributions||State Library of Pennsylvania. Genealogy/Local History Section.|
|LC Classifications||Z5313.U5 S78 1985, CS9 S78 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||85622931|
Family History Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Comprehensive materials for anyone interested in their family history. Free Library of Philadelphia Digital Map Collection A large selection of maps and atlases dating back to Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Great for local genealogy. An index of personal names in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania newspaper announcements of marriages and deaths published during the first quarter of the 's.
If you're looking for information on family members in Westmoreland County, the Greensburg regional campus has a wonderful guide on the history of the area, including information for family history researchers.. You may want to consult the Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, which can be found on the ground floor of Hillman is a guide to published arrival records of . Pennsylvania Statewide Online Genealogy Records. This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases.. , , and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Local History and Genealogy Room contains materials that are directly related to the people, history, and development of Monroe County Pennsylvania. Housed on the second floor at the Hughes Library, the collection includes books, newspapers, census records, cemetery indexes, church records, family histories, online databases, and other materials relating to Monroe County. For additional. Contents. Interesting Facts ; One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn as a haven for his fellow Quakers. Pennsylvania’s capital, Philadelphia, was the site of.
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State Library of Pennsylvania. Genealogy/Local History Section. Guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Dept.
of Education, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania.
Harrisburg, PA (BoxHarrisburg ): Pennsylvania Department of Education, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: State Library of Pennsylvania.
The Dallas Public Library Genealogy & History Division is the home to one of the largest and most comprehensive genealogy collections for family history research in the Southwest.
All U.S. states and many foreign countries are represented in the form of books, microfilm, microfiche, maps, vertical files, and digital resources.
The State Library of Pennsylvania offers vast collections, events, resources, research guides, a Makerspace and much more. A Guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania, 3rd rev. (Harrisburg, Pa.: The Division, ; FHL book A3d; film ( rev. ed.) 1, item 6; computer number ).
See also Janice B. Newman, “Genealogical Research at the State Library of Pennsylvania” Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine. Pennsylvania State Library Genealogy Surname Files. Staff of the State Library in the s through the early s indexed the family surnames mentioned in the titles in the county and family history collection.
This index was created on cards and was held in the Genealogy/Local History spaces of the State Library. Libraries on the Web contains the contact information for Pennsylvania public, academic, institution, and other special libraries.
History of the State Library. In the beginning In the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Province of Pennsylvania for 5 December appears the following: "Ordered, That the Clerk send to England for the best Edition of the Statutes at large, for the Use of the House, and also for some large Maps (one of North America) to be hung up in the Assembly Room.".
This book is a wonderful resource for genealogical research in Pennsylvania. Although parts are outdated, the balance of the book is a very hand reference manual with all sorts of practical details on counties, waterways, county formations, and history that it's still s: Pennsylvania is more than just the Keystone State—it was also a key starting point for many immigrants on their way both south and west.
Research and explore your Pennsylvania genealogy online with these online Pennsylvania family history databases, indexes and digitized records collections - many of them free.
Another large focus of this library’s archives is history and genealogy records of northwestern Pennsylvania and the surrounding tri-state area.
The Blasco Library Heritage Room at this library includes microfilms of the Erie newspapers dating back to. Use of the Published Pennsylvania Archives in Genealogical Research.
SSH Mu. GGR. Guide to Genealogical and Historical Research in Pennsylvania. SSH Hg4 3 vols. SLP. Guide to the Genealogy / Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania. SSH/STX PAK. Pennsylvania Area Key. SSH Shelved with The holdings of this library are described in A Guide to the Genealogy / Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania ( St29g - Education, Philosophy, and Religion Department).
DIVISION OF VITAL RECORDS, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA (DVR), North 8th Street, SuitePhiladelphia, PA,; open. Also to be consulted is A Guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library of Pennsylvania, ).
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Locust St. Philadelphia, PA Founded inthe historical society has published the Pennsylvania Magazine of. Includes the Harrisburg Newspaper Index containing marriages and deaths from four newspapers from to ; the Necrology Scrapbook with obituaries clipped from Pennsylvania newspapers from October to Marchincluding many Civil War veterans; and Courts & Lawyers of Pennsylvania, a History,as well as a number of other family history related books and.
Of particular use is the Genealogical Surname Index, about which see Janice B. Newman in 'Genealogical Research at the State Library of Pennsylvania,' Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 35 (): Also to be consulted is A Guide to the Genealogy/Local History Section of the State Library of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Pa.: State Library.
↑ Family and Local History in Handley Regional Library (accessed 28 December ). ↑ "Contact Information" in The Library of Congress Internet Site (accessed 12 May ). ↑ The Collections in Local History and Genealogy Reference Services in Library of Congress (accessed 2 February ).
↑ Dollarhide and Bremer, Pennsylvania is among the most well-known states in the union. It is the home of the Independence Hall and Liberty Bell. With quite an excellent and vibrant history, it is not surprising citizens of this magnificent state take pleasure in studying their family beginnings to find out the contributions their clan to the growth and development of this nation.
Pennsylvania Genealogy & LDS Family History Centers Pennsylvania is one of the oldest states in the union; home of the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
With such a rich and colorful history, it is no wonder residents of this great state enjoy researching their family roots to discover the contributions their clan members made to the.State of California Library.
In response to recommendations made by the California Department of Public Health and as a precaution to help limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID), circulation and in-person services are temporarily suspended and all State Library locations are closed to the public. The Library of Congress has one of the world's premier collections of U.S.
and foreign genealogical and local historical publications. The Library's genealogy collection began as early as when Thomas Jefferson's library was purchased. Local History and Genealogy Reading Room (Researcher and Reference Services Division, Library of Congress).