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Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns

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Beaver County Pennsylvania

The People and Towns

$39.95 (Item B051)

 

 

Search for well over 10,000 Beaver County, Pennsylvania residents from the 1800s to the early 1900s within seconds. The biographical sketches found in the two volume Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania published by Lewis Historical Publishing Company in 1914, provide in-depth family histories of many of the Beaver County inhabitants. The Beaver Falls, New Brighton and Beaver Valley Directory, 1892-93 comprise an alphabetical list of businesses, churches, schools, secret societies and Beaver County residents. This directory offers an excellent alternative to the missing 1890 Federal Census for Beaver County, Pennsylvania. The three town histories included on this CD, chronicle the historical events, first settlers and happenings of South Side Beaver County also known as Hookstown, Old Brighton now know as Beaver Falls and Rochester, Pennsylvania. Genealogy researchers will find this CD helpful in tracing nineteenth century families in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. (2162pp.)

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.  
Jordan's Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Vol. I & II from Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns Jordan's Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Vol. I & II   (John W. Jordan; Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York; 1914)
Beaver Falls, New Brighton and Beaver Valley Directory 1892-93 from Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns Beaver Falls, New Brighton and Beaver Valley Directory 1892-93   (The Birch Directory Co; The Birch Directory Co., Akron, Ohio; 1892)
Old Brighton Sketch of Settlements forming Beaver Falls, PA from Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns Old Brighton Sketch of Settlements forming Beaver Falls, PA   (F. S. Reader; F. S. Reader & Son, New Brighton, PA; 1908)
Historical Events of South Side Beaver County, PA and Home Coming Week from Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns Historical Events of South Side Beaver County, PA and Home Coming Week   (Robert M. Bryan; Robert M. Bryan, Hookstown, PA; 1924)
Rochester, 1899  ( 1799-1849 ) from Beaver County Pennsylvania - The People and Towns Rochester, 1899 ( 1799-1849 )   (M. F. Mecklem; Murdoch-Kerr Press, Pittsburgh; 1908)
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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