SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Harold W. Aurand. Coalcracker Culture: Work and Values in Pennsylvania Anthracite, 1835-1935. Susquehanna University Press. 2003. 158pp.
Paul B. Beers. Pennsylvania Politics Today and Yesterday: The Tolerable Accommodation. Penn State Press. 1980. 475pp.
John E. Bodnar (editor). The Ethnic Experience in Pennsylvania. Bucknell University Press. 1973. 330pp.
Albert Sidney Bolles. Pennsylvania, Province and State: A History from 1609 to 1790. Philadelphia and New York: John Wanamaker. 1899. 582pp.
Rosalind L. Branning. Pennsylvania Constitutional Development. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2004. 176pp.
Vincent P. Carocci. A Capitol Journey: Reflections on the Press, Politics, and the Making of Public Policy in Pennsylvania. Penn State Press. 2005. 298pp.
Thomas H. Coode; John F. Bauman. People, Poverty, and Politics: Pennsylvanians During the Great Depression. Bucknell University Press. 1981. 276pp.
William Mason Cornell. The History of Pennsylvania from the Earliest Discovery to the Present Time: Including an Account of the First Settlements by the Dutch, Swedes, and English, and of the Colony of William Penn, His Treaty and Pacific Measures with the Indians. Philadelphia: John Sully & Co.. 1876. 575pp.
Paul E. Doutrich. To Form a More Perfect Union: The Federal Constitution and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 2007. 20pp.
Thomas Dublin; Walter Licht. The Face of Decline: The Pennsylvania Anthracite Region in the Twentieth Century. Cornell University Press. 2005. 277pp.
John B. Frantz; William Pencak (editors). Beyond Philadelphia: The American Revolution in the Pennsylvania Hinterland. Penn State Press. 1998. 273pp.
J. William Frost. A Perfect Freedom: Religious Liberty in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State University Press. 1993. 221pp.
Karen Guenther. "Rememb'ring Our Time And Work Is the Lords": The Experiences of Quakers on the Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania Frontier. Susquehanna University Press. 2005. 251pp.
R. Eugene Harper. The Transformation of Western Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1991. 273pp.
Robert Owen Heavner. Economic Aspects of Indentured Servitude in Colonial Pennsylvania. Ayer Publishing. 1978. 142pp.
Philip S. Klein, Ari Hoogenboom. A History of Pennsylvania. Penn State Press. 1980. 633pp. 2nd Edition.
Walter T. Howard. Forgotten Radicals: Communists in the Pennsylvania Anthracite, 1919-1950. University Press of America. 2005. 268pp.
John W. Jackson. The Pennsylvania Navy, 1775-1781: The Defense of the Delaware. Rutgers University Press. 1974. 514pp.
Philip Jenkins. Hoods and Shirts: The Extreme Right in Pennsylvania, 1925-1950. University of North Carolina Press. 1997. 343pp.
James A. Kehl. Ill Feeling in the Era of Good Feeling: Western Pennsylvania Political Battles, 1815-1825. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1956. 271pp.
Joseph J. Kelley. Pennsylvania: The Colonial Years, 1681-1776. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. 1980. 848pp.
Jack D. Marietta; G. S. Rowe. Troubled Experiment: Crime and Justice in Pennsylvania, 1682-1800. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2006. 353pp.
Scott C. Martin. Killing Time: Leisure and Culture in Southwestern Pennsylvania, 1800-1850. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1995. 309pp.
Katherine Mayo. Justice to All: The Story of the Pennsylvania State Police. Houghton Mifflin. 1920. 380pp.
James H. Merrell. Into the American Woods: Negotiators on the Pennsylvania Frontier. W. W. Norton & Company. 2000. 463pp.
Barry P. Michrina. Pennsylvania Mining Families: The Search for Dignity in the Coalfields. University Press of Kentucky. 2004. 200pp.
E. Willard Miller (editor). A Geography of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State University Press. 1995. 406pp.
Randall M. Miller; William Pencak. Pennsylvania: A History of the Commonwealth. Penn State Press. 2002. 654pp.
Gary B. Nash; Jean R. Soderlund. Freedom by Degrees: Emancipation in Pennsylvania and Its Aftermath. Oxford University Press. 1991. 249pp.
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker. Pennsylvania in American History. Philadelphia: William J. Campbell. 1910. 494pp.
Steven Rosswurm. Arms, Country and Class: The Philadelphia Militia and the "Lower Sort" During the American Revolution. Rutgers University Press. 1989. 392pp.
Victor A. Sapio. Pennsylvania & the War of 1812. University Press of Kentucky. 1970. 206pp.
Arnold M. Shankman. The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement, 1861-1865. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1980. 236pp.
Jean R. Soderlund. William Penn and the Founding of Pennsylvania: A Documentary History. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1983. 432pp.
Bonnie Stepenoff. Their Fathers' Daughters: Silk Mill Workers in Northeastern Pennsylvania, 1880-1960. Susquehanna University Press. 1999. 198pp.
Jack M. Treadway. Elections in Pennsylvania: A Century of Partisan Conflict in the Keystone State. Penn State Press. 2005. 296pp.
Lorett Treese. Railroads of Pennsylvania: Fragments of the Past in the Keystone Landscape. Stackpole Books. 2003. 274pp.
Joe William Trotter, Jr.; Eric Ledell Smith (editors). African Americans in Pennsylvania: Shifting Historical Perspectives. Penn State Press. 1997. 519pp.
David E. Washburn. The Peoples of Pennsylvania: An Annotated Bibliography of Resource Materials. Inquiry International. 1980. 231pp.
Lisa Wilson. Life After Death: Widows in Pennsylvania, 1750-1850. Temple University Press. 1992. 215pp.
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