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New Titles in the Pennsylvania Collection

2017-08-03 13:51


Up this week are more additions to our collection on Pennsylvania’s heritage and history. Click on the links to find out more information on each book from our online catalog, Discover, where you can also browse our holdings of published and non-published material.

Pioneer Cemeteries of Pine and Richland Townships, Allegheny County, PA

F 159 .P468 P56 2003

Pioneer Cemeteries of Franklin Park Borough and Marshall Township, Allegheny County, PA

UPA/Al F 159 .F914 P56 2007

Making Good Neighbors by Abigail Perkiss

UPA/Ph F 158.68 .M68 P47 2014

Philadelphia Chickens by Sandra Boynton

ML 50 .B8043 P48 2002

Constitutions of Pennsylvania compiled by Robert A. Weinert

KFP 400 .W4

Philadelphia and the Develoment of Americanist Archaeology ed. by Don D. Fowler and David R. Wilcox

GN 17.3 .U6 P48 2003

Philadelphia True Noir by George Anastasia

HV 6795 .P5 A53 2010

Pennsylvania and the Federal Constitution

JK 146 .P46 1987

Eagles by the Numbers by John Maxymuk

UPA/Ph GV 956 .P44 M39 2006

Necessary Rules for Children in Pennsylvania ed. by Paul Breon

UPA BJ .C5 D63 2015

To Market, to Market by Felicity Taormina and Irina Smith

UPA/Ph TX 723 .T36

Museums of Philadelphia by Laura C. Waldron

UPA/Ph AM 13 .P5 W35 2004

Expanding the Audience for Art in the 19th Century

UPA/Ph N 680 .E97 2016

The Business of Private Medical Practice by James A. Schafer Jr.

UPA/Ph R 728 .S414 2014

An Alternative Path by Naomi Rogers

UPA/Ph R 747 .H23 R64 1998

Philly Hoops

UPA/Ph GV 885.73 .P55 P55 2003

Philadelphia Celebrates by Edward W. Duffy

UPA/Ph E 285 .D84 2017

Keystone Corruption by Brad Bumsted

UPA F 155 .B86 2013

Walking Tours of Historic Philadelphia by Edward Colimore

UPA/Ph F 158.18 .C655 2007

Serious Nonsense by William W. Donner

UPA F 160 .G3 D66 2016


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