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Historical Resources in Pennsylvania

Cradle of America

Additional background on the Keystone State to assist you in your genealogical quest

A BRIEF HISTORY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Presented by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

Pennsylvania:
A History of the Commonwealth

Published by Penn State Press and the
Pa. Historical and Museum Commission,
this book is the most comprehensive and
academically acclaimed book about
Pennsylvania history published in 30 years!

PENNSYLVANIA'S COUNTIES
A link to historical resources for all 67 Pennsylvania counties,
with brief histories, origins, and locations of each county.


Philadelphia Destination Guide

ONLINE PHILADELPHIA VISITORS' GUIDE
Find where to eat and shop and what to do and see. Prepare for upcoming research trips, sightseeing, vacations, or just dream one! You'll also find information for nearby Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties!

PENNSYLVANIA BOOKS ON GENEALOGY AND HISTORY
Time Voyagers Bookstore has been helping people find books about their ancestors and history since 1995. Most titles are selected and conveniently organized.

CIVIL WAR BOOKS ABOUT THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
With the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War being celebrated, 2011 to 2015, interest in this epic and climatic battle is certain to peak.

THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Opened to the public February 12, 2001, the museum is the first and largest of it's kind, with exhibits on the Union, the Confederacy, slavery, Reconstruction, an unprecedented collection of artifacts, and a research archives. Its location in Harrisburg is not without forethought as Harrisburg was a major staging area for hundreds of thousands of Union Troops during the Civil War. Harrisburg was originally the objective to capture for Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Had the capital of Pennsylvania fallen, the outcome of the war might have changed dramatically. Lee's forces found the Susquehanna River and Union defenses too much to overcome and instead led to the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Here you will find music from the most obscure corners of the world. Would you like to learn a new language, or plan to travel? We have language instruction CDs and books to learn everything from major languages to the most obscure dialects.

HISTORY OF PENNSYLVANIA
A Perspective of the Commonwealth from Wikipedia

The online encylopedia offers endless articles and information about any topic, including Pennsylvania's history. Caution is urged because of the opportunity for erroneous information through relying on secondary sources. Anyone can modify and add Wikipedia historical data. For the most part, however, the topics do include contributions from professional historians and researchers.

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