2 edition of Historic Philadelphia found in the catalog.
American Philosophical Society
Written in English
|Series||American Philosophical Society. Transactions, new ser.,, v. 43, pt. 1|
|Contributions||Simon, Grant Miles.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .P6 n. s., vol. 43, pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||53007640|
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In this book, the first comprehensive history of Philadelphia to be written in nearly three-quarters of a century, the reader will discover a rich and colorful portrait of one of America's most vital, interesting, and illustrious cities. Philadelphia: A Year History traces the political, artistic, physical, and social evolution of the city and illumines its very special spirithow it has Cited by: With photographs, Historic Houses of Philadelphia brings the region's most impressive museum homes to life.
The only comprehensive readers' tour of the area's rich array of historic residences open to the public, the book is complete with maps, touring information, and historical notes on fifty distinctive homes/5(13).
Essentially a novel about adult relationships, this book draws together the narrative threads of several characters that are connected to the year old Gabriel Santoro, while living in the dangerous gang-controlled streets of the Badlands section of Philadelphia.
Focusing on a real-life intersection of Third Street and Indiana Avenue in the Fairhill area of the city that is known. Philadelphia city directories are an excellent source for locating information on the city's residents, businesses, and city-wide development.
In HSP's library is a complete run of city directories beginning in the late 18th-century and running consistently through HISTORIC PHILADELPHIA, INC.
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Contained within this system are digital images of Philadelphia deed documents dating from through and some vital records types, such as births, deaths, marriage and naturalization records, from selected time periods between.
Choose our history of Pennsylvania books at Arcadia Publishing. Read about the early history of Pennsylvania, its oil history, its cultural evolution, and much more. “Historic Architecture in West Philadelphia, s” by Josephi Minardi It’s impossible to miss the intricacy and strength in the architecture of this city.
Historic Philadelphia. [Jason Cooper] -- Gives the history of Philadelphia where the First and Second Continental Congress were held, the Declaration of Independence drawn up, and where you may visit Liberty Hall or see the Liberty Bell.
Historic Philadelphia. Seattle, University of Washington Book Store, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Reed Gardner. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: 18 unnumbered pages.
1 of 1. Next. The birthplace of the nation is rich in history — lots and lots of history. Consider this the essential stop guide to Philadelphia’s Historic District, an area that spans from the Delaware River to Seventh Street and from Vine to Lombard streets.
While the heart of Philadelphia’s original city boasts serious historical cred, it’s also home to buzzed-about. The Rosenbach is located within two 19th-century townhouses at and Delancey Place in Philadelphia. The historic houses contain the collections and treasures of Philip Rosenbach and his younger brother Dr.
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With color photographs that invite the reader to step over the threshold, Historic Houses of Philadelphia brings the region's most impressive museum homes to life. The only comprehensive readers' tour of the nation's richest array of historic residences open to the public, the book is complete with maps, touring information, and historical.
A counting board book, featuring Philadelphia symbols and sites. Journey Around Philadelphia from A to Z An educational alphabet book, offering information and history about the city.
Hello, Philadelphia. A board book showcasing favorite Philadelphia sites. P is for Philadelphia A Philadelphia primer, illustrated by Philadelphia public school. Roger W.
Moss is Emeritus Executive Director of The Athenaeum of Philadelphia and retired Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
He is the author of a dozen books, including Historic Houses of Philadelphia and Historic Landmarks of Philadelphia, both available from the University of Pennsylvania Press. The written history of Philadelphia begins inwhen the city was founded by William Penn in the English Crown Province of Pennsylvania between the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers.
Before then, the area was inhabited by the Lenape (Delaware) Indians and Swedish settlers who arrived in the area in the early s. Philadelphia quickly grew into an important colonial city.
Athenaeum Profiles: A Not-for-Profit Education. By Roger W. Moss (Oak Knoll, ). Hardcover, dust jacket. Signed by the Author. Prepared for the bicentennial celebration of The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, Athenaeum Profiles consists of biographical essays covering twelve significant individuals who influenced the future of one of America's oldest cultural institutions.
With the city’s history of civil rights—the Pennsylvania Abolition Society met there in — Philadelphia was an ideal spot for William Lloyd Garrison to. Some years are available as e-books through Temple Library databases, by way of the Gale Group, but most of these are included as backups to the copies linked to on the Internet Archive, which-- unlike the Gale copies-- can be downloaded.
Philadelphia directories online. Directory (Francis White) This and John MacPherson's directory of the Author: Matthew Ainslie.The Church at Philadelphia Introduction & History Revelation perhaps best-known as the site of one of the seven churches of Asia in the Book of Revelation.
This city was the youngest of the seven churches. Philadelphia had proved faithful and the reward for her fidelity was still more work to do for Size: 1MB.Philadelphia: The Cradle of Liberty Philadelphia is where the American Dream was founded. It’s where courageous visionaries crafted the model for modern-day democracy that inspires people globally to embrace the power of their individuality and our human potential.
Philadelphia is home to iconic locations and artifacts that tell the story of America’s birth in a way [ ].