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Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Star Gazette_ Sunday telegram and Elmira Telegram between June 26_ 1964 and March 31_ 1968
2016.003.0020
Documentary Artifact
Book

William N. Felton CR-1987

2016.051.0119
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The False Faces of the Iroquois
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times from January 2_ 1964 to December 31_ 1964
2016.003.0009
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from World War II Volume I from December 7_ 1941 to May 15_ 1942. See also volumes II_ III_ IV_ V_ VI Accession number 2016.003.0004_ 2016.003.0005_ 2016.003.0014_ 2016.003.0015_ 2016.003.0016. Compiled by Mrs. Marian A. Wright
2016.003.0004a
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from World War II Volume IV from May 15_ 1943 to November 17_ 1943. See also volumes I_ II_ III_ V_ VI Accession number 2016.003.0004_ 2016.003.0005_ 2016.003.0015
2016.003.0004d
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Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from World War II Volume II from May 16_ 1942 to November 13_ 1942. See also volumes I_ III_ IV_ V_ VI Accession number 2016.003.0004_ 2016.003.0005_ 2016.003.0014_ 2016.003.0015. Compiled by Mrs. Marian A. Wright
2016.003.0004b
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Scrapbook
Unknown author. collectiones of news clippings and observations of the writer on events of Word War 2. Name "Rider" on inside cover. May belong tot he Athens Library from stamp inside cover
2016.003.0021
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times and Elmira Star Gazette between July 27_ 1940 to December 24_ 1957.
2016.003.0015
Documentary Artifact
Book

HR Schoolcraft_ LLD 2 of 6-published under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs- CR-1852

2016.051.0127
Documentary Artifact
History_ Condition and Prospects of Indian Tribes of the United States-Part Second
Scrapbook
Marjaorie Northrup Lawes 1958 scrapbook clippings from Evening Times of Waverly_ NY and Sayre and Athens_ PA. January 21 1958 to December 23_ 1959. Commencement bulleting for Waverly High school class of 1958 in rear folder
2016.003.0006
Documentary Artifact
Book

HR Schoolcraft_ LLD 3 of 6 Published under direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs CR-1853

2016.051.0128
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History_ Condition and Prospects of Indian Tribes of the United States
Book
Compiled and written by Cynthia Rajala--Nov. 1995-2 folders_ one new and revised July 1997-revised copy has accession # 5
2016.051.0116
Documentary Artifact
Human Remains Inventory
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from World War II Volume VI from June 18_ 1944 to February 7_ 1945. See also volumes I_ II_ III_ IV_ V Accession number 2016.003.0004_ 2016.003.0005_ 2016.003.0014_ 2016.003.0016
2016.003.0004f
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Book

HR Schoolcratt_ LLD 4 of 6 published under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs CR-1854

2016.051.0129
Documentary Artifact
History_ Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times between January 2_ 1966 to December 31_ 1966.
2016.003.0014
Documentary Artifact
Book

HR Schoolcraft_ LLD 5 of 6 Published under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs CR-1855

2016.051.0130
Documentary Artifact
History_ Conditon and Prospects of Indian Tribes of the United States
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from World War II Volume VII from February 8_ 1945 to September 8_ 1945. See also volumes I_ II_ III_ IV_ V_ VI Accession number 2016.003.0004_ 2016.003.0005_ 2016.003.0014_ 2016.003.0015_ 2016.003.0016_ 2016.003.0017. Compiled by Mrs. Marian A. Wright
2016.003.0004g
Documentary Artifact
Documents
Scrapbook of the Ladies Library Club from 1897 to 1968. Compiled by Mrs. M. Louis Gore and Mrs. Arthur baxter. Contains the annual program of events for the club including officers_ events_ speakers_ by-laws Photographs and newspaper clippings.
1996.005.0004
Documentary Artifact
Ladies Library Club
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times and Elmira Telegram between February 17_ 1963 and February 26_ 1967
2016.003.0019
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
World War 2 scrapbook with newspaper clippings compiled by Mrs. Marian A. Wright. World War II_ Volume III. May have been from Spalding Library collection of scrapbooks. labeled US 647.2. November 1942 to May 1943.
2016.003.0004c
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
World War 2 scrapbook with newspaper clippings compiled by Mrs. Marian A. Wright. World War II_ Volume V. May have been from Spalding Library collection of scrapbooks. labeled US 647.4 and 647.5. November 1943 to June 1944.
2016.003.0004e
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Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle between November 25_ 1962 to November 1_ 1964. Articles relating to churches in Pennsylvania and New York.
2016.003.0016
Documentary Artifact
Book

Lois Sherr Dubin CR-1999

2016.051.0122
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North American Indian Jewelry and Adornment
Book

Matilda Coxe Stevenson CR-1905

2016.051.0118
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The Zuni Indians
Book

James B. Griffin CR-1952

2016.051.0121
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Archeology of the Eastern United States
Scrapbook
News clippings of events from the Tioga Point Museum. Includes many stories and pictures of events_ exhibits and meetings. Covers between January 1963 to September 1970.
2016.003.0023
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Book

Oliver LaFarge CR-1956

2016.051.0123
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A Pictorial History of the American Indian
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the New York Times_ Evening Times between January 1967 and December 30_ 1967
2016.003.0017
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Scrapbook
Scrapbook of Evening Times articles starting January 2_ 1965 through December 31_ 1965
2016.003.0008
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times between January 7_ 1960 to December 23_ 1960. Compiled by Marjorie R. (Northrup) Lawes
2016.003.0011
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Scrapbook
World War II scrapbook. mostly world news no local history. Possibly from articles in the Buffalo Evening News based on heading on one page
2016.003.0001
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Scrapbook
Random Newspaper clippings from the Evening Times from Septermber 1972 to December 1972
2016.003.0022
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Book
edited and compiled by Veronica Velarde Tiller CR-1996
2016.051.0124
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Tiller's Guide to Indian Country
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times and Elmira Telegram between January 20_ 1961 to December 28_ 1961.
2016.003.0012
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times and Elmira Telegram between January 1962 and December 30_ 1962
2016.003.0018
Documentary Artifact
Book

HR Schoolcraft LLD 1 of 6 published under direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs CR 1853

2016.051.0126
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History_ Condition and Prospects of Indian Tribes of the United States-Part First
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles pertaining to the Tioga Point Museum from November 1962 through July 1965. includes photographs of exhibits and letters from students visiting the museum
2016.003.0007
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Book

Carl Waldman CR-1985

2016.051.0117
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Atlas of the North American Indian
Book

Willis J. Abbot CR-1913

2016.051.0120
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Panama and the Canal
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles pertaining to the Tioga Point Museum from December 1972 through March 1978
2016.003.0010
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
World War 2 scrapbook with newspaper clippings of world news between 3/30/1934 and 7/1943
2016.003.0003
Documentary Artifact
Book

HR Schoolcraft_ LLD 6 of 6 Published under the direction of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs CR-1857

2016.051.0131
Documentary Artifact
History_ Condition and Prospects of Indian Tribes in the United States
Scrapbook
World War 2 scrapbook with newspaper clippings of local Valley area soldiers and sailors serving_ missing and wounded in action. Mostly from Athens Sayre and Waverly.
2016.003.0002
Documentary Artifact
Scrapbook
Scrapbook of articles from the Evening Times and Elmira Telegram between January 2_ 1963 to December 31_ 1963.
2016.003.0013
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Book
CR-1946
2016.051.0073
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Archaeological Society of Central NY-Vol. I
Book

William A. Ritchie CR-1965

2016.051.0097
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The Archaeology of New York State
Letter
A composition written on 2 pieces of paper ....story about a day hunting....Geo. H. Maurice dated Jan 14th '89 George Maurice given to us by Kathleen Krouse .....Lynn Klinko brought it to musuem told us it was found in carriage house behind Atty. Barrett's House (South Main St.) 30 years ago
2016.054.0001
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none
Book

Harold McCracken CR-1959

2016.051.0082
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George Catlin and the Old Frontier
Book

Warren K. Moorehead CR-1910_ 1916

2016.051.0081
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The Stone Age in North America (Stone Ornaments of the American Indians) Vol II
Book

 Thomas l McKenney (late of the Indian Dept. Washington) and James Hall_ Esq. of Cincinnati CR-1858 Vol I

2016.051.0077
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Indian Tribes of North Americsa-Vol I_II_III
Book
Paper with book reads.....Central House Register Susquehanna Street_ Athens_ Penna 1876-1888 owned by Louise F. Morley
2016.053.0001
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Central House Register
Book

Dorothy K. Washburn CR-1995

2016.051.0101
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Living in Balance-The Universe of the Hopi_ Zuni_ Navajo and Apache
Book
authors Preston E. Miller and Carolyn Corey CR-1997
2016.051.0112
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The Four Winds Guide to Indian Artifacts
Book
author Bobbie Kalman CR-1982_89_92
2016.051.0089
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Early Settler Storybook
Book

Ruth L. Bunzel CR-1929

2016.051.0100
Documentary Artifact
The Pueblo Potter(2 of 2)
Book

Warren K. Moorehead_ CR-1910.1916

2016.051.0080
Documentary Artifact
The Stone Age in North America_ Vol I (Stone Ornaments of the American Indians)
Book
CR-1888
2016.051.0075
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Indians of the Northwest Coast-Smithsonia Report_ US National Museum
Book

Evelyn Stefansson CR-1943

2016.051.0096
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Here is Alaska
Book

William A. Ritchie_ Archaeologist_ Rochester Musuem of Arts and Sciences CR-1944 one of two like volumes

2016.051.0086
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The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations of New York State
Book

George A. West CR-1934

2016.051.0115
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Tobacco_ Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Indians_ Part II
Book

Lar Hothem CR-1995

2016.051.0107
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Indian Artifacts of the Midwest Book II
Book

Dolan H_. Eargle_ Jr. CR-1992

2016.051.0092
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California Indian Country-The Land and the People
Book
edited by Anna Curtenius Roosevelt and James G.E. Smith CR-1979
2016.051.0109
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The Ancestors-Native Artisans of the Americas
Book

Alvin M. Josephy_Jr. CR1994

2016.051.0114
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500 Nations
Book

Jesse D. Jennings CR-1978

2016.051.0098
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Ancient North Americans
Book

Pliny Earle Goddard CR-1927

2016.051.0026
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Indians of the Southwest
Book
introduction and text by Brian Bibby CR-1996
2016.051.0103
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The Fine Art of California Indian Basketry
Book
Tomas L. McKenney (late of the Indian Dept. Washington) and James Hall_ Esq. of Cincinnati CR-1898
2016.051.0078
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Indian Tribes of North America_ Vol II
Book
author- Ruth Underhill_ PhD CR-1945
2016.051.0095
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Indians of the Pacific Northwest
Book

Celeste Marie Gagnon (thesis for Arizona State U.) CR-1996

2016.051.0090
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The Effects of European Contact on Native American Health in the Lower Susquehanna River Valley
Book
author J. F. Huckel (2 of 2 copies) CR-1934
2016.051.0105
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American Indians First Families of the Southwest
Book

James W. Herrick CR 1995

2016.051.0113
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Iroquois Medical Botany
Book

Herman J. Viola-foreward by Carson Walks Over Ice CR-2007

2016.051.0084
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Warriors in Uniform
Book

Thomas L. McKenney(late of the Indian Dept. Washington) and James Hall_ Esq. of Cincinnati CR-1858

2016.051.0079
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Indian Tribes of North American-Vol III
Book

George Catlin CR-? written 1832-39

2016.051.0088
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The North American Indians-Vol II
Book
from Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection CR-1995
2016.051.0110
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Masterpieces of American Indian Art
Book

J. F. Huckel (1 of 2 copies) CR-1934

2016.051.0104
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American Indians First Families of the Southwest
Book

Mark H. Brown and W. R. Felton CR-1955

2016.051.0108
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The Frontier Years L.A. Huffman Photographer of the Plains
Book

John W. DeForest CR-1850 Number 3 of 3

2016.051.0072
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History of the Indians of Connecticut
Book

Pliny Earle Goddard CR-1924

2016.051.0025
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Indians of the Northwest Coast
Book
Old Religious Book on the Martyrs printed by the Pa.-German Brotherhood at Ephrata_ near Reading_ Pa. 1748 Der Blufige Schonklar (german writing on first page of this book) The Blaufige Schonklar - this is the English Translation per goggle on 11/22/2016. There is a letter in box A92 which was written to Miss Murray on Oct.18_1934 from Nellie M. Storch letting Miss Murray know some of the translation of this book. Die Blutige Schau-Platz Ephrata_ Pennsylvania 1748-1749 Der Blutige Schau-Platz : oder Martyrer-Spiegel der Tauffs Gesi�ten oder Wehrlosen-Christen_ Die um des Zeugnuss Jesu ihres Seligmachers willen gelitten haben_ und seynd get�dtet worden_ von Christi Zeit an bis auf das Jahr 1660 / Vormals aus unterschiedlichen glaubw�rdigen Chronicken_ Nachrichten und Zeugn�ssen gesammlet und in Holl�ndischer Sprach heraus gegeben von T. J. V. Braght; Nun aber sorgf�ltigst ins Hochteutsche �bersetzt und zum erstenmal ans Licht gebracht. The Bloody theater or martyr's mirror of the baptist-minded [i.e._ Anabaptists] or defenseless Christians who have suffered in witness of Jesus their Savior and have been killed since Christ�s time up to the year 1660/ formerly gathered from various trustworthy chronicles_ reports and testimonies and published here in the Dutch language by T. J. V. Braght; now most carefully translated into German and for the first time published. This is_ at 1512 pages_ the largest book printed in colonial America. It is also a monument to the strength and faith of those members of the Mennonite community who commissioned the book_ and it is a triumph of craftsmanship. How did it come to be printed by a small cloistered community at a place then on the frontier of European settlement? Among the first settlers in William Penn's new colony were a group of families_ led by Francis Daniel Pastorius_ who arrived in 1683 from Crefeld in western Germany. During the next 80 years there were successive waves_ many from the Electoral Palatinate higher up the Rhine_ of German immigration to Pennsylvania. These people often are subsumed under the name Palatines. Many of the people in the early groups of immigrants to Pennsylvania belonged to Anabaptist sects_ especially to the Mennonites. They were the descendants of groups which had developed in central and western Europe_ notably in Switzerland and in the Netherlands_ and which had suffered greatly in the 16th and 17th centuries for their beliefs. Anabaptists owe the name to their belief in baptism of believers - baptism not of infants_ but of people old enough to understand what baptism meant to them. The word means baptized again - for early on many who had been baptized as infants were again baptized as adults. In German they were often called Wiedertaufer_ with the same meaning. They believed_ and do believe_ in keeping church and state separated; they were_ and are_ pacifists_ not wishing to bear arms against others - Mennonites often referred to themselves as wehrlose christenen_ defenseless Christians; and they refused to swear oaths. Many of their beliefs frightened and angered others - because they did not fit into main-stream beliefs and_ perhaps_ because others feared having in their communities people with these unorthodox ideas. As has too often happened_ people thinking outside the box suffered. Anabaptists were persecuted both by the Catholic church and by other Protestant groups. The worst persecution began during the 1520's in Switzerland - Zurich_ Geneva_ Berne_ and Basel - and in the Netherlands. During the 16th century Anabaptists were executed by the thousands - by the sword_ by burning_ by drowning (sometimes sneeringly called the third baptism). They were tortured and they were imprisoned under appalling conditions. They were sold as galley slaves to the Republic of Venice. At the very least_ they lost their property and possessions and had to flee_ the Swiss usually going down the Rhine; their descendants were among the German-speakers who came_ looking for freedom_ to Pennsylvania. This past and their knowledge of it was an integral part of their heritage. In 1562 there was printed anonymously in the Netherlands Het Offer des Heeren (Sacrifice to the Lord) which gave the stories of 21 Dutch Mennonite martyrs and included songs about them. By the end of the century at least 10 more enlarged editions had been printed and during the next 30 years other books of martyrs were printed. In 1631 was published in Haarlem in the Netherlands Martelaers-Spiegel der werelose Christenen t'zedert anno 1524 - Martyr's mirror of the defenseless Christians from 1524 to the tune of 864 pages_ not counting the introduction and forward. Here for the first time martyr's mirror is in the title. Thirty years later (1660) a young Dutch clergyman_ Tieleman Jansz van Braght_ published at Dordrecht_ also in the Netherlands_ Het Bloedig Toneel der Doops-gesinde En Weereloose Christenen - The bloody theater of Anabaptists and defenseless Christians. van Braght says in the preface that he had set out to edit the book of 1631 and to add a little new material_ but soon felt that he needed to do an entire rewriting of it. This book was commonly known in Dutch as the Martelaersspiegel or Martyr's Mirror. This is the great martyrs book of Anabaptist groups and still is being read - in German - only a few miles from where this is being written. By fifty years after the founding of Pennsylvania (1683) the Anabaptist presence had spread and there were established Mennonite communities in modern Montgomery_ Bucks_ Berks_ and Lancaster counties in southeastern Pennsylvania. They had built communities and good lives but were troubled by two things. Older people feared that their children and grandchildren had lost touch with the knowledge of their past. They had van Braght's book_ but younger people could not read Dutch. The other concern was with conditions nearby and in Europe. Since the late 17th century England and France had fought several "small" wars for dominance in Europe and control of the most profitable colonies. Several of these wars had both a European and an American phase_ the American phase usually involving Indians who adhered to one side or the other; the best-known American phase would be the French and Indian Wars of 1755-1763. In general - not always though - Indians were allies of the French. England's over-all pattern of colonization was built upon the harvesting of both natural resources and of crops_ these grown often in plantation agriculture. Settlers were needed to do the work; the raw materials collected went to England and then were returned to the colonists as more expensive manufactured goods. France_ at least in North America_ was concerned with natural resources - notably the fur trade - and settlement ran a distant second. Trading posts_ yes; settlement_ not really. This approach was far more acceptable to the Indians who feared westward expansion of the English-settled colonies. William Penn had worked hard at dealing honorably with the Indians_ something his heirs did to a much lesser extent_ and both English and German settlers in Pennsylvania feared that war might come nearly to their door-steps. How could young people not familiar with the Mennonite heritage of non-resistance deal with such situations? So_ in 1742 representatives of the Mennonite community at Skippack in Montgomery County_ northwest of Philadelphia_ wrote to the Mennonite community in Amsterdam asking about having van Braght's book translated into German. There was no reply so they wrote again in October 1745 asking what it would cost to have the book translated and to have 1000 copies printed. The Skippack people also had gone to the well-known printer_ Christopher Saur (Sauer)_ in Germantown (now part of Philadelphia) with the same questions. Saur had recently produced the first German bible printed in America_ but felt that he could not take on a job of that size and suggested that the Skippackers should approach Conrad Beisel's cloistered community near Ephrata in Lancaster County. Beisel was a charismatic character who in 1732 had founded_ with a small group of followers_ a Sabbatarian commune on the Cocalico Creek near modern Ephrata in northern Lancaster County_ Pennsylvania - to put it into perspective_ it is about 130 miles north of Washington_ DC. By the middle of the 1740's the commune had both a paper mill and a print shop. Ephrata had also a remarkable member_ Peter Miller_ who would be there for nearly sixty years; he was a graduate of the university at Heidelberg and was said to know eight languages. Two men from Skippack_ Henry Funk and Dielman Kolb_ went up to Ephrata and arrived at an opportune time. The community had just gone through a period of turmoil and soul-searching about what many members saw as too great an interest in profit-making; this resulted in a greater work load which left less time for prayer and meditation. The commune had two gristmills_ a mill for linseed oil_ a sawmill_ a fulling mill_ the paper mill_ the print shop and a tannery. However a return to greater spirituality had begun and the brethren wished that to continue. An agreement was reached. The Ephrata Brethren_ who "did not propose to get rich"_ pledged to do their best job; the Mennonites promised to buy the books at a reasonable price if the quality of the translation and of the workmanship suited them. Not a bad deal - especially since they had no word from Amsterdam until February_ 1748. The word when it came was that Amsterdam could not help - too expensive. The Dutch recommendation was that the Americans translate a few of the best stories and have the young people copy them out. cloister Part of the Ephrata Cloisters today Peter Miller_ who would years later translate the Declaration of Independence into the languages of European courts_ started translating van Braght. Miller said that it took him three years of near day and night work. The paper makers started stock-piling; ink was produced_ about 400 gallons of it_ made of lamp-black_ linseed oil_ oak galls_ and the fruit of Phytolacca americana (pokeberries); and boards of white oak were cut to be seasoned for the bindery. Funk and Kolb stayed at Ephrata_ proofreading every page as it came off the press. By 1751 most of the books had been printed and sewn and were ready for purchase and binding. The press-run is said to have been either 1200 or 1300. In September of 1753 Israel Acrelius_ a Swedish pastor who spent several years in Pennsylvania_ went with George Ross of Lancaster (later a signer of the Declaration of Independence) to visit Ephrata. Acrelius says that 700 copies had "been circulated" at a price of 22 shillings each_ although most other sources put the price at 20 shillings. It's not easy to compare those 20 shillings with this year's dollars_ but_ to give some idea_ in 1759 the price of a bushel of wheat at Lancaster_ Pennsylvania was 8 shillings. After Acrelius' mention of the book it drops out of sight for 20 plus years. It may be that the 700 hundred copies sold by 1753 had filled the immediate needs of the market and that the rate of sales had dropped off. Information about the Martyr's Mirror appears again in Chronicon Ephratense_ a history of the community published in 1789. Here appears the well-known story of Continental troops coming in 1776 to Ephrata and going off with 2 wagonloads of unbound copies_ the paper to be used to make gun cartridges. For the flintlock muskets of the time a cartridge was a charge of powder and a musket ball wrapped together in paper. The user tore open the cartridge with his teeth_ poured a little powder into the pan_ and dumped the rest_ and the ball_ and the paper down the barrel to be seated by the ramrod. It did make reloading a bit faster. The story continues that the troops were reluctant to use the books for this purpose and that most of the copies were returned to Ephrata. There the story stopped. Amazingly the story was continued in 1985 when a copy of the Martyr's Mirror turned up in a used bookshop in Indiana. It was bought by a man_ himself Amish_ who is very interested in Anabaptist history. On the flyleaf is a note_ in German_ written by Joseph von Gundy_ born near Ephrata in 1751. von Gundy wrote that the book in which he was writing was one of those which had come back from Philadelphia. He also stated that 150 or a few more copies were used for cartridges_ but that soldiers then stopped using them - their own conscience told them that it had not been printed for such a purpose. The government offered to return the remaining books if it was paid for them and for the "shipping and handling". von Gundy says_ This we did_ sending them payment in 1786 when Congress money was worth so little that this book unbound did not cost me over four shillings and six pence � He continues that 175 books were returned although many of them were damaged. Fortunately his copy was complete. After the fighting stopped the great westward movement of Americans began. Joseph von Gundy himself ended up in Harrison County_ Ohio. It is easy to imagine a Mennonite family preparing to go off to the new country_ but not leaving the old until a copy of the Martyr's Mirror_ perhaps one of those returned in 1786_ had been bought at Ephrata and packed up. When the last copy was sold at Ephrata we do not know. The community existed in some form until 1934_ but there seem to be no remaining records of its sales. The Physical Book A copy of Die Blutige Schau-Platz should have 1512 pages in 2 separately paginated parts. The first part_ dated 1748 on the title page_ deals with Christian martyrdom from the time of Christ to 1500_ with a few later martyrs in the last chapter. The second part_ dated 1749 on the title page_ deals with those_ nearly all of them Anabaptists_ martyred during the 16th and 17th - up to 1660 - centuries. At the end is a statement from the Mennonites endorsing the correctness of the translation of text into German. titlepage binding the first title page & hand made corner pieces on leather-covered oak boards There were several later printings/editions. In 1780 it was reprinted in Germany at Pirmasens in the Palatinate. The first reprinting in America was by Joseph Ehrenfried at Lancaster in 1814 and the book was first translated into English in 1837_ also at Lancaster. The Martyr's Mirror is now easily available in English_ both in print and even on-line_ from translations made from the Dutch original. The Martyr's Mirror is all home-grown - the need for the book_ and the capability at Ephrata to produce every bit of it - the translation_ the paper_ the ink_ the oak boards_ and the Ephrata tannery's leather to cover them. To have in front of you a Martyr's Mirror from Ephrata is to have there a remarkable piece of colonial history. 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Lives of the Martyrs
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George Catlin CR-? written 1832-39

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The North American Indians-Vol. I
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William A. Ritchie_ Archaeologist_ Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences CR-1944 One of 2 like volumes

2016.051.0085
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The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations fo New York State
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2016.051.0074
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Archaeological Society of Central NY-Vol.II
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edited by Sherelyn Ogden CR-2004
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Caring for American Indian Objects A practical and Culture Guide
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author-Esther K. Braun and David P. Braun CR-1994
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The First Peoples of the Northeast
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2016.051.0111
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author-William W. Fitzhugh and Susan A. Kaplan CR-1982
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Devonian Paleontology of New York
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The Pueblo Potter (1 of 2)
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History of the Early Discovery of America and The Landing of the Pilgrims_ with a Biography fo the Indians of North America
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2016.051.0094
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2016.055.0001
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The Bradford County Firemen's Association
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author Alice Marriott CR 1952_1953_1954.1956_1958_1962
2016.051.0008
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Greener Fields Experiences Among the American Indians
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Articles of Agreement
Book
author Tom Bailey CR1963
2016.051.0012
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The Comanche Wars
Map
November 1773 Map Cha Steward Survey North East Branch Susquehanna River and Indian Village Shefhequining written on back of map case This land was purchased from the half breed Indian Nicholas Tatemy_ by Judge Obadiah Gore and given to his grandsons Obadiah_ and Ralph Gore. Obadiah was the father of Major Gore and Ralph was the grandfather of M. Louis Gore of Athens_ The village of lower Sheshquin_ where the old hotel is fronts on this Indian land. The indian name of this Gore farm is Indelelamookong_ Translated as we understand means_ "Indian you are welcome"... Loaned by M. Louis Gore...Property of ML Gore 1930
2016.037.0072
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Document
Notice to produce papers John Hollenback and George Chahoon October 1825
2016.037.0060
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Notice to produce papers
Book
Illustrated by James Miller CR-1860
2016.051.0011
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Indian Battles
Map
Plot showing old North Branch Canal through John Bensley farm survey Feb 26_ 1184
2016.046.0007
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Book
author Alicia Sims Malkus CR-1928
2016.051.0022
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The Dragon Fly of Zuni
Map
2 topo maps of canal surverys
2016.046.0011
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Map
Plot showing old towpath of N.B.Canal along Daniel Carberry's lot Survey Mch 24_ 1884 Formerly John Whalon
2016.046.0001
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Map
Retraced from blueprint of original ?????So Bethlehem_ Pa Oct 9 1903 Ransom Parshall to Jas. Park then Ellen F. Park formerly Julius Tozer Plot showing North Branch Canla through Ellen F. Park. and Js Markham farm survey March 26_ 1884
2016.046.0008
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Book
author Mrs. Ann S. Stephens CR-1929
2016.051.0014
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Malaeska-the Indian Wife of the White Hunter
Book
authors Rene Thevenin and Paul Coze CR-1928
2016.051.0021
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Moeurs et Histoire des Indiens Peaux-Rouges
Document
Servey Joseph Kingsbury to Horton
2016.037.0062
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Book
author Clark Wissler CR1934
2016.051.0024
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Indians of the Plains
Book
Introduction by Darrell B. Rutman CR1962
2016.051.0016
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Joutel's Journal of LaSalle's Last Voyage
Book
translated and edited by RH Major_ Introduction by John E. Fagg CR-1961
2016.051.0015
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Christopher Columbus_ Four Voyages to the New World
Map
Plot showing North Branch Canla through the Manson Elsbree farm survery Mch 26_ 1884 formerly William Scott
2016.046.0002
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Document
Avery Gore executor of the late Obadiah Gore .....land letter
2016.037.0069
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Land Letter
Book
author Susan E. Wallace copyright 1888
2016.051.0001
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The Land of the Pueblos
Map
Plot showing tow path of North Branch Canal along J.S. Thurston lot survey Mch 21_ 1884Joseph S. Thurston fromerly O. Spalding
2016.046.0009
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Book
author May McNeer CR-1954
2016.051.0020
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War Chief of the Seminoles
Book
author John G. Bourke CR1958
2016.051.0017
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An Apache Campaign in the Sierra Madre
Book
author Walter McClintock CR-1923
2016.051.0013
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Old Indian Trails
Document
John Murphy Major John Garret Jan 20_ 1789
2016.037.0063
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Deed
Map
Plot showing the North Branch Canal through the Emmetl Moore farm ...survey of Mch 26 and 27_ 1884 Formerly Francis Tyler
2016.046.0003
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Book
author Thomas C. Moffett CR-1914
2016.051.0018
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The American Indian on the New Trail
Ledger
Small ledger book Collectors Bond 1868 McKinney and Watkins Inventory sheets (9) of Obadiah Gore
2016.037.0058
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Document
Articles of Agreement made between D.S. Bull and George C. Gore May 1_ 1851
2016.037.0059
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Articles of Agreement
Book
edited with an introduction by Wilcomb E. Washburn CR-1964
2016.051.0009
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Documents in American Civilizations Series_ The Indian and the White Man
Book
author Joseph Millard CR-1964
2016.051.0005
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The Cheyenne Wars
Map
Plot showing tow path of North Branch Canal along lands of J.S.Thurston survey Mac 21. 1884 Joseph S. Thurston from Owen Spalding formerly John Spalding
2016.046.0005
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Book
author John Conway-CR-1961
2016.051.0006
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The Apache Wars
Book
author Louise Green Hoad CR-1944
2016.051.0010
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Kickapoo Indian Trails
Document
Plainiff Hollenback and Chahoon
2016.037.0065
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Plainiff
Booklet
75th Anniversary of Calvary Baptish Church 701 W. Pine St. Athens_ Pa 18810 Pastor Craig Brandick
2016.045.0002
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75th Anniversary
Book
author Edward Waldron Payne CR-1938
2016.051.0023
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The Immortal Stone Age
Deed
Daniel Moore to Ebineres Bowman and Alexander Scott
2016.037.0066
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Book
author Paul I. Wellman CR-1934_1935_1947
2016.051.0007
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Death on the Prairie
Document
Land letter Obadiah Gore and Price Cooper March 17th 1778 Land Letter
2016.037.0071
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Land letter
Book
author James Willard Schultz copy right 1926
2016.051.0002
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Signposts of Adventure
Map
Plot showing towingpath of North Branch Canlal along Miles Pryor lot survery Mch. 1884 Miles Pryor formerly Larry Burck
2016.046.0006
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Document
Avery Gore and George ? Sept 1822 Land information
2016.037.0068
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Land information
Book
no author CR-1844
2016.051.0003
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President's Message-Materials on Indians/Texas/Mexico_etc.
Document
Accounts between Mr. Sinton and Obadiah Gore Feb. 18_ 1814
2016.037.0064
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Accounts
Document
John Hollenback of Owego vs Chahoon R. Hale's deposition
2016.037.0070
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Deposition
Book
author Milton Lott CR-1959
2016.051.0019
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Dance Back the Buffalo
Map
Plot of old North Branch Canal land occupied by the New York Lackawanna and Western R.R. Co. survery Mch 27_ 1884 Retraced from blueprint of original filed in Chief Eng. Office in Bethlehem_ Pa. Oct 19_ 1903
2016.046.0010
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Book
author-John Conway CR-1962
2016.051.0004
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The Sioux Indian Wars
Map
Plot showing towpath of North Branch Canal along lands of J.S. Thurston survey of Mch 21_ 1884 Jpseph S. Thurston from Owen Spalding formerly John Spalding
2016.046.0004
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Deed
Indenture Deed between Ralph Gore and George Gore December 3_ 1856 recorded August 21_ 1860
2016.037.0026
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Deed Indenture
Document
Account of debts due for newspapers printed in Wilkes Barre 1813 scanned
2016.037.0012
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Account of debts due for newspapers printed in Wilkes Barre 1813
Will
Last will and testament of Isaac Bulls June 9th 1856
2016.037.0019
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Last will and testament of Isaac Bulls
Letter
A letter from ? in Washington City dated Jan 14_ 1819 ...subject concerning interest and dividends unable to read who sent the letter...
2016.037.0014
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Letter to Obadiah Gore
Will
Last will and testament of Anna Gore widow of te late Obadiah Gore 1825
2016.037.0015
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Last will and testament of Anna Gore
Document
Document between Benjamin Davis and Avery Gore for land.....mentions that Benjamin Daivs had land granted to him in April of 1775.....this document is dated November 28_ 1836
2016.037.0032
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Document
Article of Agreement
Article of Agreement CF Gore of Brewters Ferry_ Illnois and George Gore Sheshequin Bradford County Pa.
2016.037.0023
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Article of Agreement
Currency
Civil War Bond for $1000
2016.001.0018
Exchange Medium
Deed
Deed to Bradford County of Francis Johnson 330 acres Welles 1818
2016.037.0048
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Will
Last will and testament of Avery Gore August 9th_ 1857
2016.037.00017
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Last will and testament of Avery Gore
Deed
Deed of Release from Shepard Dorrance to Avery Gore 1825 Connecticut Claim mentioned
2016.037.0049
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Document
This is the orginal document that states Obahiah Gore is Judge it is from Pennsylvania by Gov. Thomas Mifflin and signed by Secretary A. I. Dallas in 1791 Also hand written on back where he was sworn in by Lord Butler in Oct. of 1791 and has his seal document in in 4 pieces.... document has been scanned
2016.037.0042
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Document giving Obadiah Gore. Jr. Judge from Gov. of Pa
Deed
Deed Mofes Whitney to Obadiah Gore 1804
2016.037.0051
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Deed
Deed Indenture for Baron Constantine de Caters city of Antiverk_ kingdom of Belgium and George Gore September 7_ 1864
2016.037.0021
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Deed Indenture
Documents
Bradford Commonpleas John Spalding and Welthy Ann his wife...Hannah Durkee.....Isaac Shepard...George A. Perkins and Julia Anna his wife.....Phebe Shepard and David Cash vs. Avery Gore Executor Testimony of David Brown that Obadiah Gore appeared to have his reason evening before he died....this appears to be a disput about money and property
2016.037.0024
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Bradford Commonpleas testimony of David Brown
Deed
Deed betwwen Noah Spalding and Edwar Fisher
2016.037.0043
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Deed
deed James P. Bull to Warren Brown 1828
2016.037.0047
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Deed
Deed Edward Overton to Isaac Bull 1842
2016.037.0050
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Deed
Assignments John Rinker to Avery Gore .....Joshua Stille Connecticut claim transferred to Pa. August 1799 sum of $200 Janurary 2_ 1803 withness Samuel Rinkers John Rinke M. Biddle Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Pa. Edwar Shippen Jacob Hart Recorder
2016.037.0037
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Document
A witnessed document that Lucy Gore is giving George Gore all notes_ accounts_ bonds_ mortages and chases in action and all the personal property bequeathed to her by the last will and testament at my late husband Avery Gore deceased except such household furniture as I shall need for my own use during my natural life March 17_ 1857
2016.037.0025
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Document
Bill-of-sale
we have many receipts in this collection.....will note names and dates from individual pieces William Slocoum Sheriff Obadiah Gore August 25_ 1798 School tax Sheshequin Novermber 16_ 1856 O. Gore John ? Novemeber 28_ 1805 William Kirkpatrick judgement April 12_ 1810 Harry Shaw June 18_ 1868 IOU J.P. Arnot April 18_ 1810 O. Gore 3 cent gold envelope addressed to O. Gore O. Gore Wylusing Arnold Colt November 30_ 1803 Envelope Mrs. Theresa J. Gore 1900 Mardin_ Pa. Envelope Mr. L. Gore Mass. February 19_ ???? Stephen Hopkins O. Gore July 10_ 1807 Ashen Miner November 2_ 1801 Wilkes Barre George C. Gore July 6_ 1851 executors of Avery Gore George Gore Sheshequin November 30_ 1857 George Gore Wysox lots 95-100 deed to be made Bustin Kingsbury June 15_ 1853 $5.60 1848 George Gore HS MC Mucure George Gore Charles A. Gore $50. July 15_ 1847 C Shepard Issac Shepaird $35.00 interest Janurary 1_ 1859 Joh Ballard Towanda Charles Miner paid O. Gore $2.66 Luzerne Federalist GC Gore Perry Kinney $2.73 Sheshequin February 10_ 1852 JB Murray GC Core Treasurer of the 1st Universalist Society of Sheshequin pay Hirma Shaw $15. J. Fish Brother Gore bushels of oats to James R Gore O Gore Towanda esq. Scott Harry Spalding February 9_ 1815 Sheshequin O Gore $42.28 M kiyjell June 1_ 1808 Judge Gore ? Button $4.10 April 8_ 1811 Received Winslow George Gore $50.00 November 27_ 1840 G. Segor C Shepard $35.00 interest $200 January 9_ 1861 CC Hopkins James Rowland 1818 $9.37 Homer Camp insurance agent GC Gore February 12_ 1870 Henry Patterson $44.45 school taxes George C Gore September 22_ 1854 Wyoming O Gore $17.42 Caleb Bates Zeb Marcy April 10_ 1786 Charles Miner $9.00 Interest O Gore Nathan Zellows Tioga March 8_ 1810 Avery Gore Wm Brace Henry Withey July 19_ 1824 Winslow George Gore CA Gore July 12_ 1848 Celesta Gore Avery Gore Alfred Gore March 7_ 1832 H Shaw Sheshequin Church George C Gore Ulster Charles Hopkins O Gore October 1_ 1818 G C. Gore S Bultcley Ambassador and NY Christian Messenger June 18_ 1840
2016.037.0036
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Gore receipts
Article of Agreement
Article of Agreement made between Comte de Chastellux city of Paris Kingdom of France Europe to George Gore and D.S. Bull May 1849
2016.037.0022
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Article of agreement
Letter
Letter to Obadiah Gore from Sidney Tracy of Wilkes Barre concerning about money that was collected for his newspaper account and would like it sent to him
2016.037.0016
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Letter
Manuscript
The letter that came with the manuscript reads.....My mother Sally Sheffey lived in Towanda for many years where she taught English_ was a member of DAR_ and a friend of Alice Hagerman. Perhaps these are some clues as to how her Mother happened to have this. or perhaps she thought it an interesting story for her own two daughters who ar the time were about Betsy's age. Should this manuscript be of any interest to you I would appreciate what you may learn about it's history and /or significance. At any rate_ it has traveled full circle from Athens_ to Southeast Pa._ to Georgia_ and now back to Athens_ Sincerely_ Susan S. Gatliff 2/8/2016
2016.017.0001
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Betsy Franklin and the Fleur-DE-Lis Necklace
Document
Avery Gore paper stating ensign of the 3rd company in the 2nd Battalion of Militia County of Luzerne....May 1st_ 1789 scanned document....to view it's under image 2
2016.037.0033
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Ensign papers 1789
Document
Depositon David Cash vs Avery Gore May 7_ 1825
2016.037.0030
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Depostion between David Cash vs. Avery Gore
Bond
Bond with Philip Rogers and O. Rogers to F. L. Jones 1849
2016.037.0046
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Deed
Certificate patented the 20th March 1811 into Obadiah Gore "An act for offering compensation to the Pennsylviania claimants of certain lands within the seventeen townships in the county of Luzerne.....Gilbert Horton is the owner as Connecticut claimant
2016.037.0018
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Calverick
Document
This is the orginal document that states Obahiah Gore is Judge it is from Pennsylvania by Gov. Thomas Mifflin and signed by Secretary A. I. Dallas in 1791 Also hand written on back where he was sworn in by Lord Butler in Oct. of 1791 and has his seal document in in 4 pieces.... document has been scanned
2016.037.0041
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Document giving Obadiah Gore. Jr. Judge from Gov. of Pa
Deed
deed Warren Brown and John Webb 1830 other name on paper Jonathan Kent
2016.037.0045
Documentary Artifact
Ad_ magazine
Article from Collier's A. Lincoln As you Never Saw Him Before
2016.001.0019
Advertising Medium
Document
This is the orginal document that states Obahiah Gore is Judge it is from Pennsylvania by Gov. Thomas Mifflin and signed by Secretary A. I. Dallas in 1791 Also hand written on back where he was sworn in by Lord Butler in Oct. of 1791 and has his seal document in in 4 pieces.... document has been scanned
2016.037.0011
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Document giving Obadiah Gore. Jr. Judge from Gov. of Pa
Deed
Indenture Deed Ellis Lewis and Joel B. Suther May 12_ 1856
2016.037.0020
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Deed
Deed
Assignment John Rinkert to Samuel Rinker $100. Connectiicut claim withness John Lattimer Robert Maffet John Ricker January 7_ 1803 Before Edward Shipen Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pa.
2016.037.0038
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Letter
Letter Oct 26_ 1838 Dear Sister signed Rebecca Bloom Letter Feb. 11_ 1877 Your poor cousy children WG Alger Letter March 18_ 1811 Judge Gore Steven Butter Letter Sept. 1th 1870 Gez Osken Alfred Gore Letter April 30_ 1864 V. A. Bullock Esq Tracy wrote about Wilmot letter from Washington DC
2016.037.0057
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Deed
Deed between Andrew Irvin to Warren Brown 1830
2016.037.0044
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Deed
Deed from a warrent for Avery Gore who paid back taxes for property of Robert Roberts in the amount of $6.89 Novemeber 28th 1836
2016.037.0034
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Deed
Deed
Deed George Horton Elijah Horton and Avery Gore 1845
2016.037.0055
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Deed
Wm Rufsell treasurer to Henry Kinney 452nd survey to John Poultney Albany and Monroe $6.78 taxes June 12_ 1832 witness Miller Fose DF Bartow E Goodrich
2016.037.0039
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Film
negatives Obadiah Gore Anna Gore Shepard Samuel Gore (spelling on envelope is Samule) family crest
2016.037.0056
Photographic T&E
Negitives
Document
Prefents/ Deed between Moses Vancamp and Abraham Witmer Ebenezer Bowman and Alexander Scott both mentioned dated Feb. 27_ 1704 land called Felicity
2016.037.0028
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Prefents
Deed
Deed ...a warrent for back taxes of Timothy Matlack ....Avery Gore paid back taxes of $14.95 ...Novermber 28th 1836
2016.037.0035
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Deed
Deed
Deed Francis Johnson and Jonathan Kent 1828
2016.037.0052
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Deed
Deed Between James Wharton and Avery Gore December 5_ 1803 paper is in 3 pieces
2016.037.0029
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Deed
Document
This is the orginal document that states Obahiah Gore is Judge it is from Pennsylvania by Gov. Thomas Mifflin and signed by Secretary A. I. Dallas in 1791 Also hand written on back where he was sworn in by Lord Butler in Oct. of 1791 and has his seal document in in 4 pieces.... document has been scanned
2016.037.0040
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Document giving Obadiah Gore. Jr. Judge from Gov. of Pa
Deed
Deed Daniel Moore to paid Abraham Witmer April 25_ 1805
2016.037.0027
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Deed
Deed
Deed Avery Gore to Robert Roberts 1818
2016.037.0054
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Document
Appears to be a purchase of property for back taxes from Timothy Matlack to Avery Gore on June 15_ 1818
2016.037.0031
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Purchase of property
Deed
Deed Benjamin Davis to Avery Gore 1803
2016.037.0053
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Deed
Indenture Dec. 31st. 1811 between Abraham Whitmer and Avery Gore_ sealed and delivered in the presence of Zephon Flower. (scanned).
2016.037.0013
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Deed
Documents
Folder with information on antique fire arms and the Pennsylvania rifle.
2001.0IF.4188
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fire arms
Invoice
Invoice to the estate of William B Forrest dated Feb 9_ 1917 bought of C J Dettra furniture and undertaker Ulster PA. for casket_ funeral_ Vault and Grave_ Cemetery lot. Found under linoleum flooring with other papers in the second floor of the house of Harry Forrest on Forrest Road in Ulster Township circa 1979 by Stephen Pruyne when demolishing house.
2016.002.0001
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Documents
label on front of book " Susquehanna Division."
2001.0IF.4199
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Railroad information
Booklet
Several brochures and booklets about civil defense during cold war. Information about bomb shelters and "Home Protection Exercises." Gift of Warren Nagle_ S. Main St._ Athens
2012.007.0001
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1950's Civil Defense
Deed
2013.006.0001
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Deed from Daniel Struble to Chauncey Wheaton_ Litchfield
Document
Discharge Papers - DD214
2013.011.0011
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Discharge Papers DD214