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The Settlement, Formation and Progress of DAUPHIN COUNTY Pennsylvania from 1785-1876

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The Settlement, Formation and Progress of DAUPHIN COUNTY Pennsylvania from 1785-1876

by Morgan, George H

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Harrisburg: Telegraph Steam Book. Very Good. 1877. First Edition. Hardcover. 239 pages; Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with pale blue endpapers. Cloth rubbed at spine and lower corners, some chipping at head of spine. The Commissioners of Dauphin county requested the Dauphin County "Historical Society" to superintend the publication of this Centennial Statement, respecting the settlement and progress of the county from its formation in 1785 to the year just closing. ... great praise is due those who conducted the affairs of the county in 1848 - in 1864 - in 1876, for the contributions they have made toward a complete history of Dauphin county."; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. .


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The Settlement, Formation and Progress of DAUPHIN COUNTY Pennsylvania from 1785-1876
Morgan, George H
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Dauphin County, Pennsylvania History, Dauphin County PA
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