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Pennsylvania History

A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies
  • Linda Ries, Editor

  • Quarterly Publication
  • ISSN 0031-4528
  • E-ISSN 2153-2109

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Call for Proposals—deadline extended to April 15! The Pennsylvania Historical Association invites proposals for its 2015 Annual Meeting, “Rethinking Pennsylvania History in the Digital Age”, to be hosted by Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pennsylvania, October 8–10, 2015.

Publication of Pennsylvania History is made possible by deeply appreciated support from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Bloomsburg University, and Robert Morris University.

The Pennsylvania Historical Association endeavors to stimulate scholarly activity and arouse popular interest in the Commonwealth's history. It sponsors Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, a publication series, and annual meetings held successively throughout the state.

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Read back issues of the journal at the Pennsylvania History Journal Web site.

Linda A. Ries, Archivist Emeritus, Pennsylvania State Archives

Book Review Editor
Beverly Tomek, University of Houston–Victoria

Editorial Board

Andrew Arnold, Kutztown University
Carolyn Kitch, Temple University
John Smolenski, University of California, Davis
Thomas Sugrue, University of Pennsylvania
Christopher Young, Indiana University Northwest

Barbara Gannon, University of Central Florida
John Hepp, Wilkes College
Mark Thompson, University of Groningen
Andrew Tremel, Independent Scholar
David Witwer, The Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Steve Burg, Shippensburg State University
Douglas MacGregor, The Pennsylvania State Archives
Linda Shopes, Independent Scholar
Edward Slavishak, Susquehanna University
Anne Verplanck, The Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg


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