Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Contains information on summons and judgements in various types of court cases, and fees and fines paid
Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Contains records of summons and judgements in various kinds of court cases, fees and fines paid, and index of names
South Carolina Historical Society
Letter concerns movements and operations of the British and Continental armies in South Carolina, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, and discusses a motion made by Gen. Schuyler in Congress proposing a convention of the states to achieve "a solid confederation to give sufficient powers to Congress for calling forth the resources of the country ... for the support of the war." Hamilton also mentions the importance of foreign loans
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
This collection contains one photograph of early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Eastern States Mission. The names of the members are listed on the back of the photograph
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Born in Bristol Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, son of Thomas Sirls Terry and Mary Ann Markins. Family genealogy; early life; affiliation with the Mormons in 1842 while in Pennsylvania; introduction of the doctrine of polygamy into his branch in 1843 through Joseph Newton, who had learned it from Brigham Young; work at his trade as a printer until 1845; endeavors to raise money through various jobs to gather with the Mormons; exodus west from Pennsylvania by way of the Ohio River and St. Louis, Missouri; arrival in the Salt Lake Valley, 1847; re-baptism that winter; ordination as priest by Bishop Edward Hunter and Joseph Starpten; survival the first winter; marriage to Mary Ann Pulsipher, 1849; settlement in Union Fort; counsel to his children; a letter from his father Thomas Sirls Terry, Sr., and one from his sister Ann Terry; war declared by Chief Walker; preparations for a fort, and peaceful settlement of the war; called on a mission to Philadelphia; crossing the plains again ... Read More
United States Military Academy
Account, dedicated to George S. Walton, of the formation, collection and sale of Indian relics, most of which were found by the author in Pennsylvania, from 1874 onward. Contains many hand drawn ink sketches of the items described. Updated after 1877
State Library of Pennsylvania
V. 1. Thomas and Sarah Evans (1794) -- v. 2. Mary Evans (1800) -- v. 3. Thomas and Mary Evans (1818) -- v. 4. Thomas and Priscilla Evans (1857) -- v. 5. Louisa Evans Martin-Jones (1858-1942)
State Library of Pennsylvania
Reel 1. Adams County to Clarion County. -- Reel 2. Clarion County to Lancaster County. -- Reel 3. Lancaster County to Philadelphia County. -- Reel 4. Philadelphia County to York County
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill