Stories from PA History
Stories of Pennsylvania's Past & Present
Pennsylvanians and the Environment The Gettysburg Campaign Fine Arts Agriculture and Rural Life
The Indians of Pennsylvania Abraham Lincoln and the Politics of the Civil War The Surest Foundation of Happiness: Education in Pennsylvania Science & Invention
The Vision of William Penn Pennsylvania Politics, 1865-1930 Pennsylvania Show Business The Power of Words: Pennsylvania's Writers
Set Apart: Religious Communities in Pennsylvania The histories in are built around Pennsylvania historical markers, well over 2,000 of which exist across the Commonwealth. Each story includes an overview, chapters with hyperlinks to marker essays, a timeline, historical documents, and an annotated bibliography. The stories also include more than 3,000 images - many of them here presented to the public for the first time - along with interactive features, image galleries, introductory videos, and historical audio recordings and film clips. Elementary, middle, and high school lesson plans can be accessed from each Story Page or the 'For Teachers' section. The Peopling of Pennsylvania: The Creation of a Multicultural Society
The French and Indian War in Pennsylvania Labor's Struggle to Organize
The American Revolution, 1765-1783 The Pennsylvania Iron Industry: Furnace and Forge of America
The Philadelphia Campaign Mining Anthracite
Pennsylvania and the New Nation King Coal: Mining Bituminous
Lewis and Clark in Pennsylvania A Diversity of Industries
Crossing the Alleghenies The Great Depression Jazz in Pennsylvania The Railroad in Pennsylvania
Underground Railroad The Arsenal of America: Pennsylvania During the Second World War Pennsylvania Sports Striking Oil
  Pennsylvania Since World War II (Scheduled for 2012) Baseball In Pennsylvania Making Steel
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