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Northwestern PA - History by Riesenman, 1943

Northwestern PA - History by Riesenman, 1943

Compilers: Retrospect Publishing
Northwestern Pennsylvania was considered the outpost of a new nation during Washington’s times and consequently is rich in history. This three volume history will give you a better understanding of the history, people, and places of Northwestern Pennsylvania from the late 1700’s to the early 1900’s.

Search for over 7,000 people in Riesenman’s extensive biographies. Learn more about the birth of the petroleum industry and Drake’s well, the first commercial oil well.

This CD contains the images of the original pages along with a full text search capability for the following book:

  • History of Northwestern Pennsylvania comprising the counties of Elk, Crawford, Mercer, Venango, Warren, Forest, Clarion, McKean, Jefferson, Cameron and Clearfield; Vol. I, II, and III (Joseph Riesenman Jr.; Lewis Historical Pub. Co., Inc., 1943).
System Requirements: CD-ROM drive; Windows 95 through XP; a 486 or higher IBM PC or compatible; 16MB of RAM; 4MB hard drive space and VGA display, 256 colors. Not compatible with network software. {Either on-line or mail-in authorization required for B182 along with a Pentium II at 400MHz or faster and 64MB of RAM.]

Whether you are searching for a listing of boroughs and townships and their origin or trying to locate information on pioneer life; you are bound to learn more about the people and places that comprised this region.

2002, 2,109 pages, CD
ISBN 1929356129

        Price: $39.95

        SKU: CD-R-N231

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