3 edition of Local history of Greene County and southwestern Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Local history of Greene County and southwestern Pennsylvania
Andrew J. Waychoff
|Statement||by Andrew J. Waychoff.|
|Contributions||Cornerstone Genealogical Society (Waynesburg, Pa.)|
|LC Classifications||F157.G8 W39 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122, 10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||95109516|
From the History Of Education in Pennsylvania by J. P. Wickersham, In the little town of Jefferson, Greene county, the Baptists of Southwestern Pennsylvania founded an institution of learning, in , which was chartered under the name of Monongahela College, in The grounds consist of fourteen acres, and the buildings are comfortable though small. Records include court action documents, court minutes and bonds, letters, wills, receipts, bills, estate papers, election papers, tax records and other sundry items providing information on the legal activities and early history of Greene County., Greene County, Pennsylvania is located in Southwest corner of Pennsylvania, bound by West Virginia.
A History of the Medical Profession of Fayette County, Pennsylvania by Jacob Sidwell Hackney, As the title suggests, this book offers information on local medical professionals and medical facilities dating back to the county’s founding. Located on the extreme southwest corner of Pennsylvania, bordered on the south and the west by Virginia, Greene County, during the Civil War era, presented "a house divided." Dominated by Peace Democrats during the war, the population displayed apathy over the slavery issue and political divisiveness common to border regions during the s: 9.
Greene County was created on February 9, , from part of Washington County and named for General Nathanael Greene. Greene County is part of the Pittsburgh DMA. It is located in the area of southwestern Pennsylvania that was formerly claimed by Virginia, the District of West Augusta. The Greene County Flag contains the county seal, which represents the county courthouse and our motto: "Cornerstone of the Keystone State". The extreme southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, Greene County is considered the cornerstone of the keystone state, forming the dividing boundary of the Mason Dixon Line and western boundary.
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Author: Andrew J Waychoff. Local History of Greene County and Southwestern Pennsylvania: a Project of the American Revolution Bicentennial Observance, Waychoff, Andrew J.
Published by Greene County Historical Society, Waynesburg, PA (). New Book Explores Southwestern Pennsylvania's Coal Region for the Greene County Messenger “Initially I intended to write a local history on the coal and coke industry, but. As Described by Andrew J. Waychoff, his book titled the Local History of Greene County and Southwestern Pennsylvania, oil was first discovered on the Gwynne farm along the banks of Muddy Creek near Carmichaels, PA.
Early settlers drilled a salt. Click to read more about Local history of Greene County and southwestern Pennsylvania by Andrew J. Waychoff. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Andrew J.
Waychoff. This useful offprint contains biographical sketches of approximately southwestern Pennsylvania residents. The sketches are of Greene County families predominantly, though unavoidably some sketches concern families of Washington or Fayette County provenance.
The biographies are conveniently arranged in alphabetical order within township and borough and generally treat subjects. “Local History of Greene County and Southwestern Pennsylvania” is a book that is a compilation of articles written by Andrew J.
Waychoff that have the theme of history in Greene County and. History of Greene County, PA Ancestry. History of Greene County, Pa.: containing an outline of the state from until the formation of Washington County in Family History Library History of Greene County, Pa.: containing an outline of the state fromuntil the formation of Washington County in History of Greene County, Pennsylvania, by Bates, Samuel P.
(Samuel Penniman), Local History Of Greene County And Southwestern Pennsylvania, Andrew J. Waychoff, McClain Printing, Parsons, W. History Of Washington County Pennsylvania, Boyd Crumrine, L.H.
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All libraries will reopen to the public on Tuesday, May The Fair Grove and Park Central branches will offer curbside service only. An act of the Legislature passed on February 9,divided Washington County into two counties, the southern division became Greene County, PA.
Learn more about the history of Greene County. Get this from a library. Local history of Greene County and southwestern Pennsylvania: a project of the American Revolution Bicentennial observance, [Andrew J Waychoff; Greene County Historical Society, Waynesburg, Pa.].
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Waychoff Not In Library. Index to Greene County, PA., wills, Bob Closson Not In Library. Not In Library. Fortunately, very good records have been kept of the early days in Greene County. Upon examination of the land and the cemetery, one's conclusions can be enriched by the abundance of the written history of the region.
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Greene County (Pa.) -- History: Language: English: Publisher: Waynesburg Republican: Place of Publication: Waynesburg, Pa. Notes: L.K.
Evans: "Reprinted from the files of the Waynesburg Republican of and "--Foreword: Pennsylvania history on microfilm: Collection: PA's Past: Digital Bookshelf at Penn State: Repository: Pennsylvania. This book is well written and was intensely interesting to me as I was raised in Greene County, Pennsylvania and recognized many of the names referred to in the book.
Many of the surnames of the Civil War participants still have the surnames of people still living in Greene County today which tells me that many families loved and remained in Reviews: 9.Greene County is a county located in the U.S.
state of of the census, the population Its county seat is Waynesburg. Greene County was created on February 9,from part of Washington County and named for General Nathanael Greene. Greene County is part of the Pittsburgh media is located in the area of southwestern Pennsylvania that was.
Local history of Greene County and southwestern Pennsylvania by Andrew J. Waychoff 2 editions - first published in