Newsletter Back Issues: 2001

Newsletter Back Issues: 2001

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Vol. 04, No. 01; Winter 2001

A Quick Agricultural History of Pennsylvania and Maryland, Part 1
by Pat Michalak
A compilation of notes collected from various historical sources on the history of agriculture in the region.
Part 2 appears in Vol. 04, No. 02; Spring 2001

Roy and Velma (Kunkel) Snyder Interview, May 21, 2000
by Pat Michalak
Excerpts from an oral history interview with Roy and Velma Snyder.

Wayne and Lillian Weisner Enjoy Gardening
by Pat Michalak
Excerpts from an oral history interview with Wayne and Lillian Weisner on August 3, 2000.

 

 

Vol. 04, No. 02; Spring 2001

History of the Levan Farm
by Mary Jane Levan Person with contributions by Martha Person Miller
Two page article about a tract of land owned by four generations of Levans from 1813 to 1969.

More Potato Talk
A combination of excerpts from oral history interviews regarding potato farming.
Interviews with:
Paul and Lila Graft Deysher, April 11, 2000
Harold and Mildred Wessner Gehringer, January 25, 2001

A Quick Agricultural History of Pennsylvania and Maryland, Part 2
by Pat Michalak
Continued from Winter 2001, covering the period from 1800 to 1988.
Part 1 appears in Vol. 04, No. 01; Winter 2001


Vol. 04, No. 03; Summer 2001

A History of Eckville, Albany Township
by Faye Bailey Popiel
This five page report presents the early history of Eckville and is written from the perspective of a local college student in the early 1950's.

Albany Township Ancestors
Listing family lineage information shared by Arlan Russel Schroeder of Kutztown.
Part 2 appears in Newsletter Vol. 05, No. 01; Winter 2002

Vol. 04, No. 04; Fall 2001

Jerusalem (Red) Union Lutheran and United Church of Christ
by William A. Brobst
History of the first Lutheran Allemaengle congregation, established in 1747 by Rev. Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg, the father of the Lutheran church in America, and co-founder of Muhlenberg College.

The Days of the Pioneers in Fairfield and Pickaway
by Peter Brobst
Story of Jacob Brobst and Katharine (Glick) Brobst emigration from Berks County, PA to Fairfield County in Ohio, and their struggles of living off the land. This article was originally published in an Ohio newspaper on June 14, 1938.

Philip Stambach
A brief bio on Philip Stambach and his roll as oen of George Washington's personal guards from 1776 to 1778.

Albany Township Ancestors
Genealogy information on of several Probst (Brobst) early ancestors from the period of 1531 to 1701.