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Biographical and Historical Essays (162 of 162)

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1 "In God We Trust"
2 150 Twenty-Dollar Gold Pieces
3 155 Years Ago
4 1838 Fourth of July Celebration in Bloomsburg
5 1904 Susquehanna Floods
6 1916 Sugarloaf High School
7 2nd Bloomsburg County Fair 1917
8 A Bloomsburg Boy Makes the Big Time
9 A Bombing in Bloomsburg - 1896
10 A Columbia County Composer - Otto P. Ikeler
11 A Lucky Find
12 A New Railroad Comes to Berwick
13 A Quick Look at Bloomsburg in the Late Nineteenth Century
14 A Sketch of Orangeville
15 A Tombstone With A Story
16 A Truly Unique Name
17 Alexander W. Rae Murder
18 An Escaped Slave?s Story
19 An Interesting Review of the Past Fifty Years
20 An Old School House
21 Berwick Boom
22 Birch Oil
23 Bloomsburg and Danville Rivalry
24 Bloomsburg Artificial Ice Company
25 Bloomsburg as a Lumber Town
26 Bloomsburg Fair, 1891 to 1941
27 Bloomsburg Gets Gas Lights
28 Bloomsburg?s Grand Opera House
29 Breaker Boy Chronicles (historical fiction)
30 Building Locomotives in Bloomsburg
31 C. W. Fortner Letters
32 Cages on Graves Explained
33 Canal Days
34 Catawissa Railroad
35 Catherine Smith Fowler
36 CCC Camp Morton
37 Centralia Fire
38 Centralia Wants Out of Columbia Co.
39 Charles F. Rabb - describes Bloomsburg in mid 1800's
40 Charles R. Buckalew
41 Civil War 150 Years Ago - Mar 2011
42 Civil War 150 Years Ago - Sep 2011
43 Civilian Conservation Corps
44 Clayton and Lottie?s Story
45 Cole Genealogy
46 Columbia and Montour Trolley
47 Columbia Co. and Presidential Elections
48 Columbia County Calamity
49 Columbia County Ingenuity - 19th Century Patent Awards
50 Columbia County Poor Farm Interments Identified
51 Columbia County Reaction to Attack on Fort Sumter
52 Columbia County Volunteers in the Spanish-American War
53 Columbia County's First Poem
54 Columbia Iron Ore
55 Courthouse Jack
56 Daniel Snyder
57 Diphtheria in Bloomsburg
58 Discovering Noted Jurist in Old Rosemont Cemetery
59 Don't Wait to Discover Your Story
60 Early Centralia - Two Letters
61 Early Coal Transportation/Who Were the Molly Maguires
62 Early Photographers
63 Eddie Burgess - From Millville Schoolboy to Pawnee Chief
64 Election Celebration - James K. Polk
65 Elusive Female
66 Espy Gets Boat Yards
67 First Class Town
68 First Silk Mill and Opera House
69 Forks of the Susquehanna
70 From Whence the Next Clue Comes
71 GAR Ent Post 250-Memory Book
72 Garrison, Lloyd and 19th Century Bloomsburg
73 Going to the Bloomsburg Fair - 1870
74 Grange
75 Greenwood Literary Society
76 Greenwood Valley
77 Grocery Store Business
78 Ground Broken For Canal in Berwick
79 Halcyon Days of Espy and Boating
80 Harman & Hassert's Foundry & Machine Shops
81 Harriet Reifsnyder Sharpless, Civil War Nurse from Bloomsburg
82 Henry Ohl Gravestone
83 History of Creveling Cemetery
84 Horse Furiously Driven Through Bloomsburg Streets
85 Hungry Sam
86 Interesting Sketch of Lively Berwick
87 Iron Guards and Brockway Letter
88 Iron Ore Furnace at Mainville
89 It Came to Me in a Dream
90 Jacob Keller - Witness to the execution of Lincoln
91 James Cleaver
92 Jamison City
93 Jamison City as I Remember It
94 Jefferson Davis' Guard
95 Labor Day in Bloomsburg
96 Last Hotel in Bloomsburg
97 Liberty Iron Furnace
98 Lifeless Iron Ore
99 Light Street
100 Lillian May Kline
101 Looking Backward: One Room School
102 Louis Bernard
103 Many Changes in Bloomsburg after Fifty-four Years
104 Many Changes in Millville in Last Quarter Century
105 McKelvy Warehouse
106 Molly Justice (historical fiction, e-book)
107 Mordansville
108 More than a Tombstone
109 Mrs. Wilson Creasy Diary
110 Mummer's Parade
111 North Branch Canal
112 Old History for the Young
113 Old Recipes
114 Old Time Politicking
115 On the Street Where You Live
116 Paul E. Wirt
117 Play Ball! Major League Baseball in Bloomsburg
118 Pole Raising
119 Preserving History in Miniature
120 Presidietn Rutherford B. Hayes
121 Punishment Handed Down in Felony Case - 1784
122 Recollections of Benton
123 Remembers Well Death of Lincoln
124 Revolutionary War Pensioners of Columbia County
125 River Ferry Service
126 Rural Free Delivery in Columbia County
127 Safety-First Dept. Helping Foreigners to Study English
128 Sarah Van Tassel
129 School History of Columbia County, Part One
130 School History of Columbia County, Part Two
131 Schools of Long Ago
132 Shad Fishing At Bloomsburg
133 Some Early Marriages and Parentings
134 Sports and Entertainment at Bloomsburg Fair
135 St. John Lutheran Church, Espy
136 Steam Plant
137 Steamboat blows up outside of Berwick - 1826
138 Stillwater and Vicinity
139 Susquehanna & Tioga Turnpike
140 Susquehanna River Coal
141 The African Farm and Feather Company
142 The Argus: Benton Newspaper
143 The ballad of John Funston
144 The Catawissa Railroad
145 The Centennial of the Columbia County Soldiers? and Sailors? Monument
146 The Early Ikelers: Two Lessons in Research
147 The Jerseytown Coal Mine
148 The Mexican Border Campaign
149 The Nescopeck Path
150 The Old Hundred
151 The Proprietor of Bloomsburg: John Adam Eyer
152 The Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
153 The Story of Juan Jose Osuna
154 The Whitmoyer Saga
155 Treasures in the Attic
156 Trip up Fishing Creek Valley
157 Two Civil War Letters
158 Two Hartman Letters
159 Whose Fatther Was He?
160 With Drums Beating and Colors Flying
161 Wyoming Massacre
162 YES, There Are State Censuses