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Catalog Number 2001.1.1
Title Conococheague Pioneer Times
Creator Mary S. Hartman, editor
Scope & Content Conococheague Pioneer Times, January 2001, Vol. 6, No. 1
People Angle, Jacob
Bland, Rebecca
Bricker, Calvin, Jr.
Buchanan, James, Pres.
Campbell, James, Rev.
Davis, David
Davis, Philip
Davis, Samuel
Dixon, Jeremiah
Duffield, William
Eschenmann, Hayes
Fulton, Robert
Glasgow, Don
Hamil, Ruth
Hamilton, Alexander
Hawbaker, David
Hawbaker, Esther
Howe, William, Sir
King George III
Martin, David
Martin, Ed
Martin, Paul
Martin, Paul & Dottie
Mason, Charles
McPherren, Thomas, Rev.
Minuit, Peter
Munday, John
Musselman, Terry, Dr.
Penn, John, esq.
Penn, Richard
Penn, Thomas
Phillips' Rangers
Phillips, William, Capt.
Piper, John, Col.
Pontiac
Queen Elizabeth II
Rahn, Willard, Rev.
Rauschenberger, Joan
Smith, Robert
Stauffer, John C.
Ulrich, John
Washington, George, Gen.
Subjects attacks
bagpipe
Battle of Long Island
boroughs
Broadfording Road
business
camels
candelabra
candlelight service
city charter
City Hall Park
coup
dancers
deed
donkey
Dutch settlement
entertainment
farewell
Fifth Avenue
Fort Amsterdam
Fort Davis
Fort Maxwell
four-masted-bark
Frankstown
Fraunces Tavern
French and Indian War
Fulton Fish Market
Governor
graves
grist mill
guitar
Herald Square
history
holidays
ice skaters
inaugurated
Juniata River
King's College
land warrant
Locust Level Road
luminaries
Manhattan
markets
Mason and Dixon
Mason-Dixon Line
massacre
meeting house
Mid-Town Manhattan Mall
Nativity
New York
octet
orchestra
organs
parade
perches
Phillips' Rangers
Pontiac's War
prisoners
psaltry
publishing
pulpit
quarterly meeting
quitrent
Radio City Music Hall
Rockefeller Center
sheep
shilling
shoppers
Soho
soloist
sounding board
Squire Smith's Town
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Paul's Chapel
stone mill
teacher
Trinity Episcopal Church
tunnel
vignettes
violin
volunteers
Wall Street
Warriors Path
Welsh Barrens
Welsh Run
window displays
yearly rent
Search Terms attacks
bagpipe
Battle of Long Island
boroughs
Broadfording Road
business
camels
candelabra
candlelight service
city charter
City Hall Park
coup
dancers
deed
donkey
Dutch settlement
entertainment
farewell
Fifth Avenue
Fort Amsterdam
Fort Davis
Fort Maxwell
four-masted-bark
Frankstown
Fraunces Tavern
French and Indian War
Fulton Fish Market
Governor
graves
grist mill
guitar
Herald Square
history
holidays
ice skaters
inaugurated
Juniata River
King's College
land warrant
Locust Level Road
luminaries
Manhattan
markets
Mason and Dixon
Mason-Dixon Line
massacre
meeting house
Mid-Town Manhattan Mall
Nativity
New York
octet
orchestra
organs
parade
perches
Phillips' Rangers
Pontiac's War
prisoners
psaltry
publishing
pulpit
quarterly meeting
quitrent
Radio City Music Hall
Rockefeller Center
sheep
shilling
shoppers
Soho
soloist
sounding board
Squire Smith's Town
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Paul's Chapel
stone mill
teacher
Trinity Episcopal Church
tunnel
vignettes
violin
volunteers
Wall Street
Warriors Path
Welsh Barrens
Welsh Run
window displays
yearly rent
Object Name Newsletter
Dates of Creation January 2001