The Dauphin County, Pennsylvania Histories book collection is a group of 17 books that detail the history of Dauphin County - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Dauphin County during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.
All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.
- History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania [Volume 1 Only] (1907) - Kelker, Luther Reily - 511 pages
- Records of the "Hill" Lutheran church in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (1892) - Parthemore, E. W. S. (E. Winfield Scott) - 28 pages
- Centenary memorial of the erection of the county of Dauphin and the founding of the city of Harrisburg (1886) - Egle, William Henry - 414 pages
- Commemorative biographical encyclopedia of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania : containing sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early Scotch-Irish and German settlers (1896) - Egle, William Henry; Dudley, A. S. (Adolphus S.); Huber, Harry I; Schively, R. H. (Rebecca H.) - 1228 pages
- History of the 127th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers, familiarly known as the "Dauphin County regiment." Authorized by the regimental assocaition and prepared by its committee (1902) - 413 pages
- The history and topography of Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin, Bedford, Adams, and Perry counties [Pennsylvania] (1846) - Rupp, Israel Daniel - 610 pages
- Centennial : the settlement, formation and progress of Dauphine County, Pennsylvania, from 1785 to 1876 ; prepared under the direction of the commissioners of said county / by George H. Morgan (1877) - 251 pages
- Historical sketch of old Hanover church (1878) - Robinson, Thomas Hastings; Hamilton, A. Boyd (Adam Boyd) - 71 pages
- 1887 HARRISBURG, PA., Business Directory - 65 pages
- The chronicles of Middletown, containing a compilation of facts, biographical sketches, reminiscences, anecdotes, &c., connected with the history of one of the oldest towns in Pennsylvania; (1906) - Hutchinson, C. H - 319 pages
- Lykens-Williams Valley history - directory and pictorial review. Embracing the entire Lykens and Williams Valley, in the effort to preserve the past and perpetuate the present. (1922) - Barrett, J. Allen - 316 pages
- History of the sesqui-centennial of Paxtang Church, September 18, 1890 (1890) - McAlakney, M. W - 359 pages
- History of the counties of Dauphin and Lebanon : in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania ; biographical and genealogical (1883) - Egle, William Henry - 11189 pages
- History of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, 1871-1909 : and the Diocese of Harrisburg, 1904-1909 Volume 1 (1909) - Miller, Jonathan W. (Jonathan Wesley) - 709 pages
- History of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, 1871-1909 : and the Diocese of Harrisburg, 1904-1909 Volume 2 (1909) - Miller, Jonathan W. (Jonathan Wesley) - 536 pages
- Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps "round-up" ... June 24, 25, 1903, Harrisburg, Pa. Together with a roster of comrades present (1903) - Rauch, William H. - 110 pages
- The state capitol of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, nineteen hundred and six (1907) - Colson, William Wyman; Shimmell, Lewis Slifer - 173 pages
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