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A NEW HISTORY OF PENNSYLVANIA
By BARR FERREE
Secretary of the Pennsylvania Society.
A book of facts. The whole history of Pennsylvania admirably condensed and conveniently arranged. It contains more information than many larger books and is intended at once as a book of reference and a book that will tell the reader every essential fact in the history of Pennsylvania.
"Every reader will learn much that he cannot find as easily elsewhere."-The Athenaeum (London).-"The best and most concise story of the origin, progress and development of our Commonwealth that has so far been written. Its value as a book of reference can hardly be over-estimated."-New Era (Lancaster, Pa.).-"We can only wish that every State in the Union had its merits described with so much fullness and detail.”—The Sun (New York).-"Remarkably valuable."--Public Ledger (Philadelphia).-"It would be difficult to find its equal for compactness, clarity, completeness of information and reliability as a ready reference work."--Post (Boston).-"Unusually comprehensive."-North American (Philadelphia).-"Remarkably interesting and valuable-contains a vast amount of information to be found in no other single volume."-Transcript (Boston).-"The essential facts of Pennsylvania affairs and history."-Pittsburg Gazette.-"Contains primary facts in a way that meets the approval of those who want to get at the meat of the subject."-Philadelphia Inquirer.-"A handy book of reference."-The Nation (New York).-"It covers a much broader field than many larger histories."-WilkesBarre Record.-"Concise and authoritative and well adapted for practical general use.”—Book News (Philadelphia).-Governor Pennypacker says:-"You have done good work: I congratulate you upon its success."
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