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The Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography

PMHB|PMHB|PAHB|Teaching Pennsylvania history
Serial/Serial with Digital Images
English
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1877-
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00314587
Vol. 1 (1877)-

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Some issues are available as digital images. See individual issue records for links.

Reprint editions published: New York : Johnson Reprint Corp, 1965. v. 30-32, 35-38, 40-41, 44, 47.

Vol. 139, no. 1 (Jan. 2015) has distinctive title: Teaching Pennsylvania history. It was published in collaboration with the journal Pennsylvania history, and bears the titles and numberings of both publications.

Quarterly; with v. 117 (1993) became 3 issues: January/April, July, October.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under PAHB.

Includes separately issued index for volumes 1-75.

Includes a partial index at end of each volume.

Partial contents -- v. 115. Women in eighteenth century Pennsylvania, toward a model of diversity; Jane Bartram's "application", her struggle for survival, stability, and self-determination in Revolutionary Pennsylvania; Notes and documents, the widowhood of Margaret Shippen Arnold, letters from England 1801-1803; "Black flag warfare", Lincoln and the raids against Richmond and Jefferson Davis; "A source of amusement", Pennsylvania versus Lee, 1863; The "new" Civil War history, an overview; Notes and documents, soldier voting in 1864, the David McKelvy diary; The Pocono resort economy, economic growth and social conservatism 1865-1940

Volumes include notes and queries.

Library has: Vol. 1-42, v. 43 (film only), v. 44-v. 116-v. 130, no. 3 (July 2006).

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To view digital images for v. 31-128, see website: http://www.marissahgs.org/ (as of 27 April 2018).

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