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Pennsylvania Legacies

Pennsylvania Legacies, our semi-annual illustrated history magazine, explores a variety of topics in Pennsylvania history for the curious reader. First published in 2001, Legacies is currently paused. For information on purchasing single issues, please contact the editor.

 

 

Latest Issue

18 Volume: 18, Number: 2
Fall 2018
The late years of the 1960s marked a turning point in American politics and protest, and the Keystone State and greater Philadelphia area were important sites of protest during this turbulent era. The articles in this issue of Legacies show that protest takes many forms—and that American history is as much a story of backlash to protest as it is one of hard-fought progress toward civil rights and a more equal society.

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From deadly outbreaks of yellow fever and influenza to the development of the nation’s oldest quarantine station and a vaccine for polio, Pennsylvania has been the site not only of destruction...

Recent Issues

May 2005
Volume 5, Number 1
November 2004
Volume 4, Number 2
May 2004
Volume 4, Number 1
November 2003
Volume 3, Number 2
May 2003
Volume 3, Number 1
November 2002
Volume 2, Number 2
May 2002
Volume 2, Number 1
Winter 2001
Volume 1, Number 1

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