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Pennsylvania Deaths as reported in the Scranton Tribune in 1897 By Bob Fray
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2400+ deaths abstracted from The Scranton Tribune newspaper from Jan1 - Dec 31, 1897. Information included is Issue Date, date of death or burial, age at death or birth date, Cause of death of... More > condition/incident that may have led to death, and Family members listed in the obituary, death notice or news item. a link is included so you can go see the actual newspaper online that the info was abstracted from.< Less
Marriage and Death Notices from the Harrisburg Chronicle, 1820-1834 By Kristen Hocker
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Marriage and death notices for the central Pennsylvania area from the Harrisburg Chronicle newspaper from March 1820 through March 1834. A resource for the family genealogist with ancestors who lived... More > in Dauphin or the surrounding counties. Includes an every name index.< Less
Marriage and Death Notices from the Harrisburg Chronicle, 1820-1834 By Kristen Hocker
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Marriage and death notices for the central Pennsylvania area from the Harrisburg Chronicle newspaper from March 1820 through March 1834. A resource for the family genealogist with ancestors who lived... More > in Dauphin or the surrounding counties. Includes an every name index.< Less
Harriet and Mr. Nobody By Michael Casino
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Michael Casino was born in Palermo, Sicily, and immigrated with his family to the United States in 1913. He grew up in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, and went on to a long career in newspapers. He died 30... More > days after his 100th birthday.< Less
Harriet and Mr. Nobody By Michael Casino
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Michael Casino was born in Palermo, Sicily, and immigrated with his family to the United States in 1913. He grew up in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, and went on to a long career in newspapers. He died 30... More > days after his 100th birthday.< Less
Playing on the Black Keys By H.R. Harvey
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In the animal kingdom, fathers sometimes eat their children, much to the chagrin of the mothers. When Sam and Delta Harper, who run a small-town newspaper, suffer the return of Peter, their... More > bug-up-the-ass son from college, eating him isn't really an option. But the triangle of mom-in-the-middle between father and son is a tenuous one. To make matters worse, Sam discovers he has a tumor behind his eye and assumes he is going to die. Delta, his Christian Scientist wife, believes its all in his head, figuratively, not literally. When Peter declares at the dinner table that he wants to be a lawyer, a corporate lawyer, no less, Sam and Delta wonder where they went wrong. Strangely, it is Peter who ultimately creates a life-threatening show-down between himself and his father in the skies above Carver's Mill. CROSSBOW BOOKS: "A GREAT read! Delicious spot-on dialogue. Harvey has the ability to pepper bittersweet scenes with humor, then turn around and clobber you while you're laughing."< Less
The Youngest Civil War Veteran of Cambria County By Joanne Rummel
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I wish I could tell you that the following pages contain a fingernail chewing, romantic, and action-packed, sit-on-the-edge-of-your-seat type of mystery/comedy/tear-jerking novel, but they do not. ... More > To most people, this book could probably be recommended as a good cure for insomnia. There is no elaboration to the content—everything is typed verbatim and/or scanned from actual journals, newspaper clippings, documents, and photographs from the late 1800’s to around 1933 about Leander Briney--one of the youngest Civil War Veterans--and his family, who came to Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1869.< Less
Coming of Age in the 1950s By Lynne Gross
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Coming of Age in the 1950s includes 64 illustrated short stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are based in... More > Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but the last few feature Los Angeles, California. The stories incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as apartments, cars, clothes, college dorm life, dating, death, friendship, high school, illness, junior high, meals, modeling, marriage, Miss America, music, newspapers, part-time jobs, pets, religion, shopping, snow, sororities, teachers, television, and travel.< Less
Coming of Age In the 1950s By Lynne Gross
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Coming of Age in the 1950s includes 64 illustrated short stories, sprung from the pages of the author's diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are based in... More > Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but the last few feature Los Angeles, California. The stories incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as apartments, cars, clothes, college dorm life, dating, death, friendship, high school, illness, junior high, meals, modeling, marriage, music, newspapers, part-time jobs, pets, religion, shopping, snow, sororities, teachers, television, and travel.< Less
A RAILROAD FAMILY IN THE EARLY 1920s By Carole Banks Robbins, editor
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The monthly letters of the James & Rosanna Banks Family tell the story of a railroad family at home and at work on the Pennsylvania Railroad in the first half of the 1920s. Called “chain... More > letters” by the family, each finished letter includes an individual letter or “link” from each of the 11 brothers and sisters added one by one as the letter circulated by mail from home to home. Each monthly letter connected the siblings and their families in a written chain of family news. The Banks Family has continued this chain-letter-writing tradition for almost 90 years completing chain letter #1061 in December 2009. This volume contains the first 26 letters written from 1921 to 1925 along with early family photos and newspaper clippings about this letter-writing railroad family.< Less