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Special Five Edition Set of Journal of York County Heritage, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 & 2016
Special Five Edition Set of Journal of York County Heritage, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 & 2016

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Buy the available previous editions of the Journal of York County Heritage that include the 2010, 2011, 2102, 2015 issues, as well as the latest 2016 edition for the special price of $12.95. The 2010 edition is the first scholarly publication produced by the York County Heritage Trust in over 50 years. In it one can explore the county's early manufacturing economy, learn of Frances Wright in 1836 and her stance on equality or bump into some of the treasures housed in the York County Heritage Trust Library & Archives. The 2011 edition shares stories that span three centuries on such individuals as Conrad Biessel, Thomas Paine and the Withers brothers. It also contains a unique look at the building of the York Hospital and the York Charrette. In the 2012 edition of Journal of York County Heritage learn of the impact experienced by York Countians during several national events; the Civil War, the religious Great Awakening and the 20th century great migration north of African Americans from the south. Unfortunately the 2013 and 2014 editions are no longer available. Celebrating the sixth year of publication, the 2016 edition features articles on minister and industrialist S. Morgan Smith, the Blue Ball Inn property in southern York County, effects of the Great Depression in York County and African American Veterans organize the David E. Small Post, No.369 of the Grand Army of the Republic. The 2016 edition features two articles on the African American community in southern York County. In This Tremendous Decision author Scott Mingus explores the U.S. Supreme Court case Prigg vs. Pennsylvania. Return Journal author Rebecca Anstine uncovers information about the African American churches and graveyards in the Peach Bottom Circuit. Finally, Sean McComas connects York to national events during World War II with the York Plan in his article Do What You Can.

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