Mifflin County PA - County and Regional History Collection
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County Histories & Biographical Volumes
History and Topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre,
Union, Columbia, Juniata, and Clinton Counties, PA (I. Daniel Rupp, 1847, 567 pages)
The full title of the publication is: "History and Topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre, Union, Columbia, Juniata and Clinton Counties, PA. Embracing local and general events, leading incidents, descriptions of the principal boroughs, towns, villages, etc." The book begins with a general history of the territory of these counties, (which also embraced the area of Snyder and Montour Counties, formed later), including its native inhabitants, the settlement of the area, discussion of the Germans and Scotch-Irish who played a large part in settling Pennsylvania, and also the Indian troubles leading up to the Revolution. Following this attention is given to each of the counties mentioned in the title. The information provided on the counties is a description of its geological features, the formation of the county, its public improvements over the years, and descriptions on each of the county's major towns. The concluding portion of the book also contains some biographies of important men of Pennsylvania: Conrad Weiser, Count Zinzendorf, David Brainerd, David Zeisberger, Simon Snyder, John Harris, Colonel Hartley, George Croghan, Col. John Kelly, and David R. Porter.
A - Minutes of conferences held by the indians on the encroachments of the whites upon their lands, May & June of 1750.
B - Extracts from the Hallische Nachrichten describing the efforts of Neulaneders to persuade Germans to immigrate to Pennsylvania.
C - Correspondence from Shamokin (Sunbury, Northumberland County) on dealings with the Indians from 1740-1758.
D - Correspondence associated with George Croghan and his residence Aughwick (Old Town).
E - Account and correspondence regarding the imprisonment and assisted escape of Frederick Stump and John Ironcutter.
F - Account of Tedyescung, the last chief of the Delaware Indians.
G - Dr. Priestly's Case, concerning riots of the town of Birmingham, which destroyed some of his property.
H - A copy of the act to establish a University at Lewisburg (now Bucknell University).
History of Mifflin County (Joseph Cochran, 1879, 432 pages)
This is the earliest published history dedicated to Mifflin County, PA. It relates a brief history of the state and county, including some of its interesting accounts from early times in the area. It contains biographical sketches of prominent citizens and families of the county, as well sketches on the county's towns, churches, schools and other organizations.
Towns & Villages:
Lewistown, Milroy, Three Locks, Granville Station, Lillyville, Maitland, Painter, Belltown, Reedsville, Yeagertown, Newton Hamilton, Allenville, McVeytown, Greenwood, Belleville, Mechanicsburgh, Logan, Siglerville, Locke's Mills
Alexander, Annon, Belford, Bratton, Brought, Buchanan, Buffington, Burns, Campbell, Cochrane, Coplin, Cox, Cupples, Dixon, Dull, Elliott, George, Henderson, Hulings, Johnston, Kelley, Kenedy, Long, Maclay, Mann, Marsdon, Mayes, McCauly, McCord, McCoy, McKinney, McNitt, Means, Milliken, Moore, Morrison, Naginey, Rearick, Ritz, Shadle, Shahen, Steel, Sterrett, Swartzel, Taylor, Thompson, Troxel, Weidler, Wiley, Wilson, Wolfkiel, Woods, Yeager
History of that part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys, embraced in the
counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania Vol. 1 & 2 (Everts, Peck & Richards, 1886, 1689 pages)
This is an early historical and biographical volume covering the Juniata Valley, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Snyder and Union Counties, Pennsylvania. It provides a wealth of information for both historical and genealogical research.
Adams, Albright, Alexander, Alleman, Allen, Allison, Anderson, Antes, Ard, Armstrong, Atkinson, Aurand, Backus, Baker, Banks, Barber, Barner, Barnett, Bashor, Baskins, Baxter, Beale, Beard, Beatty, Beaver, Beck, Beidler, Bell, Benedict, Bergstresser, Berry, Beshler, Beyer, Bibighous, Bigelow, Bingman, Bixler, Black, Blain, Blair, Blythe, Bonsall, Book, Boone, Bordner, Botdorf, Bower, Bovard, Boyd, Boyer, Brady, Bratton, Briner, Brought, Brown, Brubaker, Brugger, Brundage, Bryson, Bucher, Bucke, Buck, Bull, Burchfield, Burg, Burns, Burnside, Buyers, Byers, Caldwell, Cameron, Campbell,Candor, Case, Casper, Castle, Caveny, Cesna, Cever, Chamberlain, Chambers, Chapman, Charlton, Christy, Clark, Clarke, Clendennin, Close, Cochran, Connell, Contner, Cook, Cooper, Cox, Crawford, Creamer, Creigh, Crist, Cronimiller, Crotzer, Crouse, Cuddy, Culbertson, Culp, Cummin, Cummings, Cunningham, Darlington, Davis, Dean, Dechart, Deitrich, De Lancey, Derr, Derrickson, Dietrich, Dill, Dimm, Diven, Doling, Donaldson, Doty, Doudle, Dougherty, Driesbach, Dull, Dunbar, Duncan, Eaker, Earnshaw, Eby, Eckert, Edwards, Ehrenfeld, Elder, Elliott, Ellinkhusen, Ellis, Emerick, English, Enslow, Ensminger, Eppley, Erlenmeyer, Evans, Eyer, Eyster, Farley, Fetterolf, Fisher, Flickinger, Floyd, Flynn, Focht, Follmer, Fought, Frow, Fry, Fuller, Funk, Galbreath, Galbraith, Gallagher, Galloway, Garver, Gass, Gast, Geddes, Gemmel, Gerhart, Getz, Gibson, Gilbert, Girty (Girtee), Glover, Gobble, Goerky, Gordon, Gourley, Graham, Gray, Graybill, Green, Greenleaf, Greenough, Grier, Grimm, Groff, Grosh, Grove, Grubb, Gudykunst, Gundy, Guss, Gutshall, Haas, Hackett, Hackendorn, Hale, Halfpenny, Hall, Hambright, Hamilton, Hamlin, Hanawalt, Harding, Hardy, Harey, Harman, Harris, Harrison, Harshbarger, Hartfranft, Hartley, Hartman, Hassenplug, Hassinger, Hayes, Heading, Heim, Hench, Henderson, Hendrick, Helfenstine, Henderson, Hepburn, Herman, Hetrick, Hickman, Hill, Himmelreich, Hoffa, Hoffman, Hogg, Holman, Hooke, Hoover, Hope, Horning, Hosterman, Hottenstein, Houseworth, Houston, Hower, Hudson, Huff, Hulings, Hummel, Hunter, Hurlbut, Huston, Hutcheson, Hyatt, Ickes, Innes, Irvin, Irvine, Irwin, Jackson, Jacobs, James, Jenkins, Jones, Johnson, Johnston, Joyce, Junkin, Kanowel, Kauffman, Kelly, Kelso, Kemble, Kennedy, Kepler, Kepner, Kincaid, King, Kinsloe, Kirk, Kirkpatrick, Kistler, Kleckner, Klineyoung, Knight, Kohler, Kremer, Kyle, Lafferty, Laird, Larabee, Lauver, Lechner, Lee, Lefevre, Leight, Leiser, Lepley, Lewis, Liggett, Lightner, Lincoln, Linn, Logan, Long, Loomis, Lotz, Loudon, Lowdon, Loy, Ludwig, Lukens, Lupfer, Lycon, Lyle, Lyon, Lyons, MacFarland, Maclay, Magee, Mahon, Malich, Markel, Marks, Marr, Marshall, Mason, Mass, Mather, Mathers, Maurs, McAfee, McAlister, McAllister, McBride, McClean, McClellan, McClenahan, McClintock, McClung, McClure, McConnell, McCoy, McCrum, McCullough, McCurdy, McDonald, McDowell, McEwen, McFaddens, McGeehan, McIntire, McKee, McKennan, McLaughlin, McMeen, McMorris, McNamara, McNeil, McNitt, McPherran, McVey, Mealey, Means, Melchor, Meller, Mensch, Merrill, Mettlen, Metz, Meylert, Michaux, Middleswart, Miller, Milligan, Milliken, Mitchell, Mitman, Mohn, Montelius, Montour, Moore, Moreland, Morgan, Morris, Morrison, Mortimer, Motzer, Moyer, Mumma, Murphy, Murray, Musser, Myers, Neff, Neilson, Nelson, Newton, Niblock, Nipple, North, Nourse, Oakes, Oliver, Orris, Orwig, Owens, Painter, Parcels, Parker, Parks, Parshall, Patterson, Patton, Pellman, Pennell, Peters, Pfahler, Pfoutz, Phillips, Pierce, Piper, Plette, Plunket, Pontius, Porter, Potter, Powers, Price, Purdy, Quig, Rakerd, Reed, Reichart, Reider, Reinhold, Rengler, Reutter, Reyner, Reynolds, Reys, Rheam, Rhoads, Rhoddy, Rice, Riddle, Rishel, Roan, Robinson, Robison, Roddy, Rodgers, Rogers, Ronk, Rothrock, Rote, Ross, Rouse, Ruble, Ruhl, Sahm, Sampsel, Sandoe, Schaffle, Schoch, Scholl, Schnable, Schnure, Schrof, Schuyler, Schwartz, Seebold, Seip, Selheimer, Selin, Sellers, Shaeffer, Shaffer, Sharon, Shaw, Shellenberger, Sheeder, Sheets, Sheibley, Shelly, Shindel, Shine, Short, Shriner, Shuman, Siebert, Sigler, Simes, Simonton, Simpson, Singer, Slenkers, Slifer, Smiley, Smith, Smyth, Snowden, Snyder, Specht, Speck, Speddy, Speth, Spotts, Springman, Sponsler, Spyker, Stadden, Stambaugh, Stanford, Star, Stean, Steel, Steele, Stees, Steese, Steever, Stephens, Stephenson, Stern, Sterrett, Stevens, Stewart, Stillwell, Stites, Stone, Strickler, Strode, Strohecker, Strohm, Stroup, Stuetzel, Sturgeon, Suloff, Swartz, Sweigert, Swineford, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Thornton, Tool, Toomey, Traver, Tressler, Troxell, Truekemiller, Tudor, Turbett, Uhle, Ulrich, Uttley, Van Campen, Van Dyke, Van Gezer, Van Gundy, Van Rensselaer, Van Swearingen, Van Valzah, Van Wert, Vorse, Wagenseller, Waggoner, Wagner, Walker, Wallis, Walls, Walter, Walters, Warner, Watson, Watts, Wayland, Wehr, Weidman, Weirich, Weirick, Weiser, Weist, Weitzel, Wert, Westhoven, Weymer, Wharton, White, Whiteside, Whitmer, William, Williams, Williard, Willis, Wilson, Wilts, Wingert, Witmer, Wolfe, Womer, Woods, Woodward, Worrall, Wright, Yeager, Yoder, Youngman, Zeigler
Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of the Juniata Valley, comprising the Counties
of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata, and Perry, Pennsylvania (J. M. Runk & Co., 1897, 1317 pages)
This publication is an extensive biographical volume on several counties along the Juniata River Valley of central PA. The lives of hundreds of important and influential individuals and families are sketched, many times also providing a portrait of the sketch subject. This 2 volumes set is an important work for genealogical research in this area of Pennsylvania.
Achenbach, Acker, Adair, Adams, Africa, Aiken, Ailman, Akers, Albright, Alden, Alexander, Allander, Allen, Alleman, Allison, Alter, Altman, Anderson, Anthony, Appleby, Arbogast, Armstrong, Arnold, Ashman, Ashton, Askin, Aughey, Ault, Auman, Aumiller, Aurand, Axe, Ayle, Bagshaw, Bailey, Bair, Baker, Baldwin, Ball, Ballentine, Bales, Balsbach, Banks, Bardine, Barefoot, Barkle, Barner, Barnes, Barnett, Barns, Barr, Barshinger, Bartley, Barton, Barrick, Bartruff, Bashore, Bausum, Bayer, Beale, Bealman, Bear, Beashoar, Beaver, Beck, Beers, Beichler, Bell, Bender, Benkert, Benner, Bennett, Benson, Bentsel, Bert, Bergantz, Bernhisel, Bernheisel, Berrier, Besom, Bice, Bigelow, Billman, Billow, Bistline, Bixler, Black, Blain, Blair, Blatt, Blett, Blymyer, Boden, Bolinger, Bomgardner, Bolze, Bonsall, Book, Borst, Bossinger, Bostwick, Bousum, Bower, Bowser, Boyer, Brackbill, Bradfield, Bratton, Brandt, Breneman, Brennon, Brewster, Brindle, Briner, Brisben, Brothers, Brought, Brown, Brownlee, Brumbaugh, Bruner, Bruner, Bryner, Bucher, Bunn, Bunnell, Burkholder, Burnham, Burns, Bush, Butturf, Butz, Caldwell, Calhoun, Cameron, Camp, Campbell, Carothers, Cassady, Casner, Castor, Cathcart, Cauffman, Chamberlain, Chaney, Charles, Chilcoat, Cholds, Chisolm, Cisney, Clark, Clarke, Clarkson, Clay, Clayton, Clelan, Clemens, Close, Clouser, Cloyd, Cochran, Coldren, Colgate, Coller, Collier, Collins, Colony, Colyer, Comp, Conn, Contner, Conrad, Cook, Coons, Copeland, Copenhaver, Cooper, Corbett, Corbin, Corkle, Corman, Couch, Cox, Craig, Cramer, Crawford, Cremer, Cressman, Crissman, Crist, Croll, Crouse, Crow, Crowley, Crownover, Crozler, Crum, Cummins, Culberson, Culbertson, Cullen, Cumming, Cummins, Cunning, Cunningham, Dachenbach, Dasher, Davenport, David, Davis, Deal, Deardorff, Deatrich, Deckard, Decker, Defrehn, DeLancey, Dellett, Demaree, Deppen, Derickson, Derick, DeVor, Dick, Dickey, Dickson, Dietz, Dieffenderfer, Dimm, Diven, Dobbs, Dock, Dopp, Dorwart, Doughtrey, Drake, Drawbaugh, Dreyer, Dromgold, Duff, Duffield, Dull, Dum, Duncan, Dunkel, Dunkelberger, Dunn, Dysart, Eberle, Ebert, Eby, Edmiston, Edwards, Eckbert, Ehrenfeld, Ehrhart, Eichman, Eisenbise, Elder, Eley, Ellenberger, Elliott, Ellis, Emerich, Emery, Emlet, Endslow, Enyeart, Ervin, Erwin, Esh, Eshleman, Etnier, Evans, Everts, Ewing, Eyer, Fair, Falk, Farleman, Faust, Fear, Felix, Fenical, Fenstemaker, Fichthorn, Fickes, Fields, Fike, Fink, Finkenbinder, Finley, Fisher, Fitzgerald, Fleisher, Fleming, Floyd, Flurie, Foose, Fosselman, Forgeus, Foster, Focht, Foreman, Forney, Forrer, Forsythe, Fosnot, Foster, Fouse, Foust, Fowles, Frank, Freed, Freeman, Fritchey, Fritz, Frontz, Fry, Frysinger, Fuller, Fultz, Funk, Gable, Gamber, Gantt, Garber, Gardner, Garlin, Garman, Garnet, Garnett, Garver, Gearhart, Geib, Geissinger, Gerlock, Getter, Gettis, Gibboney, Gibney, Gibson, Gifford, Gift, Gilbert, Gilfilen, Gill, Gilliland, Gilliford, Gilmore, Gibson, Gingrich, Glasgow, Godard, Gonzalez, Goodman, Goss, Othel, Gougler, Grabill, Graff, Graffius, Graham, Grassmyer, Gray, Graybill, Grazier, Green, Greene, Greeland, Greeleaf, Greenwood, Gregory, Griffith, Grimison, Gring, Groninger, Grosh, Grove, Grubb, Gumbert, Gushard, Gutshall, Haffly, Hain, Hair, Haines, Hall, Hamaker, Harman, Hamer, Hamor, Hammond, Hamilton, Hanzig, Harley, Harnes, Harnish, Harper, Harter, Hartzell, Hatfield, Harter, Hartzell, Harvey, Hayes, Hare, Harley, Harris, Harshberger, Harencame, Hartman, Hausburg, Hazlett, Heading, Headings, Heaton, Hebel, Heeter, Heffner, Heffley, Heller, Hench, Henderson, Henkels, Henry, Herman, Hermon, Herncane, Hertzler, Heston, Hess, Hetrick, Heishley, Hicks, Hickes, Hiestand, Hilbish, Hileman, Himes, Hiney, Hipple, Hockey, Hoffman, Holman, Holt, Holtz, Holland, Holman, Hooley, Hooman, Hoopes, Hoover, Hoot, Hombach, Hopple, Horning, Horrell, Horting, Horton, Houck, Hostetter, Hottenstein, Houck, Hough, Houghton, Householder, Howell, Hower, Howanstine, Hudson, Hughes, Huling, Hunt, Hunter, Humphrey, Huey, Huyett, Ingram, Ingwers, Innis, Irvin, Irwin, Isenberg, Isett, Jackman, Jackson, Jacobs, Jenkins, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Junkin, Kahler, Kanagy, Kaseman, Kauffman, Kearns, Keatley, Keefer, Keim, Keith, Kell, Keller, Kelley, Kelly, Kemberling, Kendig, Kennedy, Kephart, Kepler, Kepner, Kern, Kerr, Ketterman, Kidd, Kiefhaber, Kilmer, Kimberly, Kimmel, Kiner, Kinsloe, Kipler, Kipp, Kirk, Kirkpatrick, Kiser, Kissinger, Kistler, Kitner, Kline, Kling, Klinepeter, Kloss, Knight, Knisely, Knode, Knouse, Koch, Kochenaur, Kochenderfer, Kohler, Kough, Kremer, Krepps, Kreps, Krick, Krugh, Kugler, Kuhn, Kulp, Kurtz, Kyle, Kyper, Lackey, Lahr, Laird, Landis, Lang, Lantz, Latherow, Lauver, Lawver, Leach, Leader, Leffard, Leiby, Lenig, Lenhart, Lenker, Leonard, Leopold, Lewis, Lightner, Likens, Lincoln, Lindsay, Linthurst, Lister, Locke, Long, Longacre, Longnecker, Losk, Losh, Lotz, Lowder, Loy, Lukens, Lupfer, Lutz, Lyons, Lyter, Lytle, Machamer, Macklin, Maclay, Magee, Magill, Maguire, Maley, Mann, March, Markel, Marshall, Martin, Masemore, Mason, Mateer, Mathers, Matlack, Mattern, Mauck, Mauger, Maxwell, May, Mayes, McAfee, McAlister, McAteer, McBride, McCahan, McCahren, McCall, McCann, McCarthy, McCartney, McCauley, McClain, McClenahan, McClellan, McClintic, McClure, McConnell, McCool, McCoy, McCrum, McCulloch, McCurdy, McDonald, McDowell, McElwain, McEwe, McFarlane, McGarvey, McGowan, McGraw, McIlroy, McKay, McKee, McKeehan, McKelvy, McKenzie, McKim, McKinstry, McLaughlin, McManigal, McMeen, McNabb, McNeal, McNear, McNitt, McPherran, McPherson, McVey, Means, Meily, Meminger, Menold, Mertz, Metz, Meyers, Michener, Mierly, Miles, Miller, Milliken, Minehart, Mingle, Minick, Minium, Mitchell, Mogel, Monihen, Montgomery, Moodie, Moore, Moorehead, Morgan, Morland, Morley, Morrison, Morrow, Mortimer, Moses, Motter, Motzer, Moyer, Mowery, Mundorff, Murphy, Muthersbaugh, Mutzabaugh, Myers, Myton, Naginey, Nash, Naylor, Neal, Neely, Neff, Nickel, Nickum, Nipple, Noble, Noll, Norris, North, Norton, Noss, Notenstine, Novinger, Nunemaker, Oaks, Oburn, O'Connor, Odiorne, Okeson, Oliver, Orbison, Oren, Orlady, Orner, Ort, Owings, Owen, Page, Palmer, Pannebaker, Parker, Parsons, Partner, Patterson, Patton, Peachey, Pecht, Peck, Peelor, Pennell, Peters, Petrie, Peterson, Petrikin, Pheasant, Phillips, Pillard, Pogue, Pollock, Pomeroy, Porter, Postlewaite, Potter, Preisler, Pressler, Price, Prout, Puckey, Puffenberger, Pyle, Queary, Quig, Quigley, Quinn, Raffensberger, Rahm, Rambo, Ramsey, Rannels, Rapp, Reapsomer, Reber, Reed, Reeder, Reigh, Renecker, Reiners, Reynolds, Reutter, Rhinesmith, Rhoads, Rice, Richardson, Richey, Rickenbaugh, Rider, Riegel, Riegle, Rife, Rine, Rinehart, Rinesmith, Ripple, Rittenhouse, Ritter, Ritzman, Robeson, Robison, Robinson, Robley, Rodgers, Rogers, Roop, Roper, Rothrock, Rosborough, Rouse, Rowe, Ruble, Ruch, Rudy, Rumbaugh, Rumfeld, Rummel, Runk, Rupley, Russell, Richabaugh, Rounsley, Sample, Satzler, Sausman, Sayers, Saylor, Schaaf, Schaeffer, Schatto, Schiller, Schlegel, Schofield, Scholl, Schott, Schools, Schlusser, Schum, Schwartz, Schweier, Schweyer, Searle, Secrist, Seibert, Sellers, Selheimer, Shade, Shadle, Shaeffer, Shahen, Sharer, Shatto, Shaver, Shaw, Sheaffer, Shearer, Sheibley, Sheller, Shelley, Shimp, Shirk, Shoop, Shope, Shore, Showvaker, Shrom, Shuler, Shumaker, Shunkweiler, Shuss, Sigler, Silknitter, Simons, Simpson, Slagle, Slautterback, Sleeman, Slonaker, Slough, Smee, Smelker, Smiley, Smith, Smoker, Smucker, Smyser, Snare, Sneath, Snyder, Souder, Soule, Soult, Spangler, Spanogle, Speck, Speddy, Spencer, Spicher, Spitler, Spotts, Sprankle, Spyker, Stackpole, Staily, Stair, Stambaugh, Starr, Steel, Steele, Steese, Sterrett, Stever, Stevens, Steward, Stewart, Stine, Stitt, Stoke, Stoufer, Stratford, Strode, Stroup, Stryker, Stubbs, Sugard, Suloff, Sulouff, Summers, Sunday, Super, Swan, Swartz, Swartzlander, Sweger, Switze, Swope, Swoope, Taylor, Telfer, Temple, Tharp, Thomas, Thommen, Thompson, Todd, Treaster, Tressler, Troutman, Troutwein, Troxel, Turbett, Ulsh, Urban, Van Dyke, Van Newkirk, Van Sweringen, Van Valzah, Van Zandt, Varner, Varnes, Wagner, Wakefield, Waldsmith, Walker, Wall, Wallace, Walsh, Walters, Warfel, Watson, Watts, Weaver, Webb, Webster, Weight, Weise, Welch, Weldon, Wert, Wertz, Westbrook, Wharton, Whipple, White, Whitmer, Whittaker, Wian, Wickersham, Widle, Wierman, Will, Willard, Willett, Williams, Williamson, Willis, Wilson, Wilt, Winegardner, Wingate, Wirt, Wise, Wishart, Wisehaupt, Wistar, Wister, Witherow, Witmer, Womelsdorf, Woods, Woodward, Wox, Wray, Wright, Yeager, Yetter, Yocum, Yoder, Young, Zang, Zeigler, Zeiter, Zellers, Zentmeyer, Zerbe, Ziders, Ziegler, Zimmerman, Zinn, Zook, Zorger
A History of the Juniata Valley in Three Volumes
(National Historical Association, Inc., 1936, 743 pages)
This is a historical and biographical work dealing with the counties of Perry, Juniata, Mifflin, Huntingdon, Blair, Bedford, and Fulton. The first two volumes cover the historical content on the various counties listed. The third volume is the biographical section of the publication covering many prominent individuals of the Juniata Valley. This is an excellent reference work for historical or genealogical research in this section of central PA.
Abbott, Alexander, Ashcom, Auker, Baker, Barclay, Bard, Barnett, Barr, Barton, Baumgardner, Bayer, Beaver, Bechoefer, Beckley, Benner, Beward, Black, Blackburn, Blair, Book, Boore, Brake, Breneman, Brent, Britten, Broadbent, Brown, Brumbaugh, Buck, Burd, Burket, Burkett, Burns, Burnett, Burris, Calhoun, Carl, Carnell, Chamberlain, Claar, Clark, Clegg, Cline, Clouser, Colvin, Comerer, Cross, Crouse, Culp, Cupp, Culbertson, Daniels, Darlington, Deckard, Detwiler, Derrick, Diehl, Dively, Doty, Duffey, Eby, Egolf, Eichelberger, Enyeart, Evans, Fink, Fisher, Fleming, Flurie, Fore, Forney, Fowler, Fraker, Frontz, Fry, Frysinger, Fulton, Gantt, Gates, Gaul, Gearthart, Gelnett, Gelvin, Gibboney, Glazier, Gorsuch, Goss, Greathead, Greene, Grim, Gring, Guillard, Gump, Guss, Hamil, Hanks, Harris, Hays, Henry, Hershberger, Hershy, Hetrick, Hewlings, Hillegas, Hinebaugh, Hinkle, Hite, Hoff, Holler, Hollingshead, Howard, Huff, Irwin, Jackson, James, Jeffery, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jordan, Karns, Kase, Kell, Kendall, Kepler, Kerr, Kirk, Kinser, Kisler, Koontz, Krug, Kyle, Laher, Lamberson, Landis, Laub, Leach, Lee, Lehman, Levy, Lins, Little, Lodge, Lowe, Lucas, Macklin, Madore, Manbeck, Markley, Martin, Maust, May, McClain, McClellan, McClure, McDonald, McGowan, McKelvey, McMeen, Mellott, Mentzer, Metz, Metzgar, Metzler, Mickle, Miller, Minick, Mock, Morton, Mooser, Mowry, Moyer, Myers, Nace, North, Nycum, Painter, Palmer, Patterson, Peacock, Peck, Pennell, Peterson, Phillips, Pittman, Plymire, Pomeroy, Price, Raker, Rapp, Reed, Reese, Reiley, Reisner, Reynolds, Rice, Richey, Rinard, Rippman, Robinette, Ross, Rouse, Runkle, Runyan, Rupp, Saylor, Schell, Schlegel, Searer, Seeds, Sell, Seiber, Seylar, Shaeffer, Sharpe, Shearer, Shellenberger, Shelley, Shimer, Shipley, Shoemaker, Shoenthal, Shuman, Sieber, Simon, Sipe, Sipes, Sloan, Smith, Speer, Sponsler, Stackpole, Statler, Stevens, Stimmel, Stoler, Stoner, Strock, Stuckey, Sweet, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Timmons, Tressler, Triplett, Troutman, Traux, VanNatta, Van Ormer, Wagner, Waltz, Weimer, Weller, Welsh, Wentzel, Whetstone, White, Whited, Whitmore, Wian, Wible, Willard, Williams, Wilson, Windman, Wolfe, Zeth, Zimmerman
The Genesis of Mifflin County Pennsylvania
(John M. Stroup & Raymond M. Bell, 1939, 69 pages)
This publication is a collection of historical facts and accounts of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. It was produced to supplement previously published information with newly found and unpublished (as of 1939) data. It provides an interesting look at Mifflin County in pioneer days as well as its development following the Revolutionary War. This is an excellent source for research in the Mifflin County region.
1 - Before the White Man
2 - The First Settlers
3 - Indian Wars
4 - Permanent Settlement
5 - The Revolution
6 - Rapid Development
7 - Religious Life
8 - Early Families
Town, Township & Regional Histories
Lewistown Old and New (The Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, 1930, 26 pages)
From the title page: "Lewistown Old and New, wherein is contained a brief review of sundry historical, commerical and industrial facts about Lewistown - things past and present with pictures - interesting, instructive and pleasant. To which is added, a short account of the growth of the Bell Telephone Company in Lewistown and Mifflin County."
Burnham Pennsylvania Historical Book Golden Jubilee 1911-1961 (Anonymous, 1961, 100 pages)
This is a history of Burnham, Mifflin County, PA, written to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of its establishment. It provides a sketch of the town and its growth along with a number of photographs from its history. Along with the historical information, there are numerous ads for local businesses, a program of the events associated with the Jubilee celebration, and lists of participants and supports.
1795-1970 - Souvenir Booklet on the History of Lewistown and the
Greater Lewistown Area (Lewistown 175 Celebration Inc., 1970, 60 pages)
This booklet was produced to commemorate the 175th Anniversary of Lewistown, Mifflin County, PA. It covers both the events of the celebration, as well as the history of the town, and its present state (1970). There are also many photographs of the town and surrounding area, including several of historic buildings. There are also a number of ads for local businesses at the end.