The Northampton County, Pennsylvania Histories book collection is a group of 19 books that detail the history of Northampton County - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Northampton County during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.
All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.
- Inscriptions, alphabetically arranged, of the tombstones in the old cemetery at Stone Church, Northampton County, Pa. (1900) - Atchley, Kathryn; Atchley, William - 28 pages
- History of the Allen township Presbyterian church and the community which has sustained it, in what was formerly known as the "Irish settlement," Northampton county, Pa (1876) - Clyde, John Cunningham - 212 pages
- History of the One hundred and fifty-third regiment Pennsylvania volunteers infantry which was recruited in Northampton County, Pa., 1862-1863 (1909) - Kiefer, William R; Mack, Newton Heston - 458 pages
- A history of Grace Reformed Church Northampton, Pennsylvania (1912) - Stoudt, John Baer - 101 pages
- Proceedings of the re-union of Apple's church and of the Boehm family, celebrated at Apple's or New Jerusalem Reformed and Lutheran church, Leithsville, Northampton county, Pa., September 14, 1895 (1902) - Horn, Alfred P. - 184 pages
- Proprietary, supply, and state tax lists of the counties of Northampton and Northumberland for the years 1772 to 1787 (1898) - Egle, William Henry - 840 pages
- History of Northampton County [Pennsylvania] and the grand valley of the Lehigh under supervision and revision of William J. Heller, assisted by an advisory board of editors. Volume 1 (1920) - 514 pages
- History of Northampton County [Pennsylvania] and the grand valley of the Lehigh under supervision and revision of William J. Heller, assisted by an advisory board of editors. Volume 2 (1920) - 574 pages
- History of Northampton County [Pennsylvania] and the grand valley of the Lehigh under supervision and revision of William J. Heller, assisted by an advisory board of editors. Volume 3 (1920) - 562 pages
- The Fries rebellion, 1798-99; an armed resistance to the House tax law, passed by Congress, July 9, 1798, in Bucks and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania (1899) - Davis, W. W. H. (William Watts Hart) - 210 pages
- Portrait and biographical record of Lehigh, Northampton and Carbon counties, Pennsylvania. : Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States (1894) - 781 pages
- Local Historical and Biographical Notes - Ethan Allen Weaver - 336 pages
- A history of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1741-1892, with some account of its founders and their early activity in America (1903) - Levering, Joseph Mortimer - 1046 pages
- Historical sketch of Bethlehem in Pennsylvania (1872) - Martin, John Hill - 216 pages
- The Crown inn, near Bethlehem, Penna (1872) - Reichel, William Cornelius - 178 pages
- An excursion into Bethlehem & Nazareth, in Pennsylvania, in the year, 1799 : with a succinct history of the Society of United Brethren, commonly called Moravians (1800) - Ogden, John Cosens - 180 pages
- The Centenary of the city of Easton : a history of the preliminary arrangements which resulted in a memorable demonstration, upon the occasion of the Centennial Celebration of the Foundation of a Municipal Government, for the city of Easton, on the 5th day of May, A.D. 1890, including a resume of the events of that day (1891) - 90 pages
- The history of Easton, Penn'a from the earliest times to the present, 1739-1885 (1885) - Condit, Uzal W - 558 pages
- Some of the first settlers of "the forks of the Delaware" and their descendants : being a translation from the German of the record books of the First Reformed Church of Easton, Penna., from 1760 to 1852 (1902) - Kieffer, Henry Martyn - 857 pages
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