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History of the Lackawanna Valley

by Horace Hollister

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Published by Lippincott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lackawanna Valley, Pa. -- History,
  • Lackawanna Valley, Pa. -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    1st edition, New York, 1857, pub. under title: contributions to the history of the Lackawanna Valley

    Statementby H. Hollister
    SeriesPennsylvania county and regional histories. Reel 4, no. 8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination549 p.
    Number of Pages549
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14596028M

    Through Ohio University's Library, I have access to History of The Lackawanna Valley written by Dr. Horace Hollister in - covers early history of the area from approximately to Names have been indexed. Will do lookups; for . - History of the Lackawanna Valley by H. Hollister - Dated by J. B. Lippincott Company - Cracked hinges - Historical and Biographical Work, or Past and Present of Clinton County by J. Milton Furey - Dated by Pennsylvania Grit Printing House (Williamsport, Pennsylvania).

    history of lackawanna county Lackawanna County is the youngest of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, having been formed on Aug from the northern part of Luzerne County after a long dispute. Prior to its establishment as Pennsylvania’s 67th county, the state legislature passed an Act of Assembly on Ap calling for a vote of. History of The Lackawanna Valley - H. Hollister. This comprehensive regional history contains a wealth of historical and biographical material on the Lackawanna Valley, Pennsylvania, from prehistoric times down to the middle of the 19th century.

    Index to History of the Lackawanna valley, 2nd ed. Family History Library Jubilee history, commemorative of the fiftieth anniversary of the creation of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania: story of interesting events from Indiana occupancy of valley, Connecticut settlement, organization of Luzerne County, start of anthracite industry and forty. Lackawanna Valley’s thriving industries were a magnet for immigration from to Dozens of ethnic groups made this Valley their home and their rich traditions still continue. Connecting the community to its cultural heritage is a vital part of the mission of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority (LHVA).


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Overview Rather than celebrating nature in the tradition of the Hudson River School, George Inness' Lackawanna Valley seems to commemorate the onset of America's industrial age. While documenting the achievements of the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad, Inness has also created a topographically convincing view of Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hollister, H. (Horace), History of the Lackawanna Valley. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Books > Antiquarian & Collectible.

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