The Twenty-eighth division, Pennsylvania's guard in the world war; forewards by the commanding generals. The history of the Keystone or Iron division in the world war. Also the history and traditions of the Pennsylvania national guard and its predecessor the Pennsylvania militia
Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania
Place of Publication
Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Date of Publication
787 p. ; 23 cm.
Contains Minute books C-I, recorded by the Pennsylvania Land Office, ca. 1685-1739.
Reprint of the 1893 ed. printed by E. K. Meyers, Harrisburg, Pa. under title: Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania, which was issued as no. 19 of Pennsylvania archives, 2d ser.
Pennsylvania and the Centennial exposition: comprising the preliminary and final reports of the Pennsylvania board of Centennial managers, made to the Legislature at the sessions of 1877-8; together with a list of the officers and members of the Board and of the associated committees; and historical sketch of the exhibition; an alphabetical catalogue of Pennsylvania exhibitors; and a series of articles relative to the industries, resources and capabilities of the commonwealth
Pennsylvania reserves in the peninsula : General M'Call's official reports of the part taken by his division in the battles of Mechanicsville, Gaines' Mills, and New Market Cross Roads, together with statements of Generals Mead [!] and Porter, and Colonels Stone, Fisher, Hays, Warner, Taggart, Roberts, Bollinger, and others