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Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before

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Armstrong County Pennsylvania

The 19th Century and Before

$39.95 (Item A181)

 

 

Genealogy researchers and historians will find this collections of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania books a valuable resource for learning more about the people who lived in Armstrong County during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The individual township histories found in the 1883 History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania contain a wealth of information, including the names of taxpayers for Leechburgh (1832), Kittanning (1804), and Warren (1830). The 1883 history not only includes extensive chapters on county and township histories but also a chapter on the Civil War which includes brief regimental histories and lists of soldiers recruited in Armstrong County. Company K, 155th Pennsylvania Volunteers by Brevet Major D. P. Marshall is an extremely interesting diary detailing the daily account of Company K’s activities during the Civil War (1862-1865). The History of the Presbytery of Kittanning contains church histories along with brief profiles of the ministers, and a list of ruling elders for over fifty Presbyterian churches in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. (2038 pp.)

Full Text Searchable & Original Page Images This CD contains a powerful search tool and images of the original pages from the following books:  Sample pages are available by clicking the links below.  
History of Armstrong County, PA, 1883 from Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before History of Armstrong County, PA, 1883   (Robert W. Smith; Waterman, Watkins & Co.; 1883)
Directory of the Butler Oil Region, containing the Principal Towns from Butler, Armstrong, Beaver, Clarion, and Jefferson counties from Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before Directory of the Butler Oil Region, containing the Principal Towns from Butler, Armstrong, Beaver, Clarion, and Jefferson counties   (J. Wiggins & Co.; J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh; 1873)
History of the Presbytery of Kittanning - Churches and Schools from Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before History of the Presbytery of Kittanning - Churches and Schools   (Rev. D. H. Sloan; Rev. D. H. Sloan; 1888)
Slate Lick:  An Account of a Reunion of Present and Former Residents from Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before Slate Lick: An Account of a Reunion of Present and Former Residents   (Press of Democrat & Sentinel; Press of Democrat & Sentinel; 1887)
Company Company "K" 155th PA Volunteers   (Maj. J. A. Cline; Br. Maj. D. P. Marshall; Maj. J. A. Cline; Br. Maj. D. P. Marshall; 1888)
History of the West Glade Run Presbyterian Church from Armstrong County Pennsylvania - The 19th Century and Before History of the West Glade Run Presbyterian Church   (J. F. Brown; J. F. Brown; 1887)
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  Features System Requirements
  - Full Text Searchable, simple and advanced - IBM PC or compatible with CD-ROM drive
  - Original Page Images - Windows 95 thru 7
  - Bookmark and annotation capability - VGA display with at least 256 colors
  - Document viewer software included - 4MB hard drive space, 16MB of RAM, 486 or better*
  - Extensive help documentation on the CD-ROM
  * Item 3PA1: Pentium II at 400 MHz, 64MB RAM
  Limitations
  - Not compatible with network software