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Genealogy Online for Dummies

Book plus CD-Rom! (General Reference)

Massa Harbison's Story is now available for you to own! Originally published in 1825, this reprint edition details Massa's life on the Allegheny frontier during the years 1790-1794, including her famous capture and escape from the Indians.

A Narrative of the Sufferings of Massy Harbison: From Indian barbarity, giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children, her escape with an infant at her breast. (American Biography Series)




The Longrifles of Western Pennsylvania : Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties

(Guns and Gunsmiths)


Whiskey Rebels the Story of a Frontier Uprising


Guide to Pennsylvania Troops at Gettysburg


Heart of the Pennsylvania Railroad : The Main Line : Philadelphia to Pittsburgh (Golden Years of Railroading Series)


Making Iron and Steel : Independent Mills in Pittsburgh, 1820-1920 (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series)


Broadcasting the Local News : The Early Years of Pittsburgh's KDKA-TV


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