The Perry Historians, in addition to publishing The Perry Review and Pictorial Calendars annually, also maintain a host of interesting, historical and reference material. 

The following are the updated postage rates.  These rates are based on the size of the various publications and publications are grouped into the following categories.  If you have questions concerning the total cost, please call our library on our scheduled days or you may e-mail us at   staff@ThePerryHistorians.org

Calendars, Perry Reviews (except noted below), Hain’s History Index…………………………………... $ 2.75

Perry Review 20-23, Perry Review 28, Noye Sculptures (collector shelf-sitters), African-American History, Perry County Heritage Collection Series books (except Rails of Perry County)……………………….… $ 5.95

Schoolhouse Books, History Between the Rivers, Briner Family History, The Rails of Perry County…. $ 9.50

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Alphabetized downloadable/printable Publications List

PERRY HISTORIANS PUBLICATIONS LIST and other items                 Pickup Price

Calendar Series

1979 Calendar - Historic Views/Dates in Perry County, by Historical Society of Perry County ..  $ 2.00
2005 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ..............$ 3.00
2006 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ..............$ 3.00
2007 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ..............$ 3.00
2008 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ............. $ 3.00
2009 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ..............$ 3.00
2010 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00) ..............$ 3.00
2011 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00).............. $ 3.00
2012 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Mills of Perry County(front cover in color)(or 2 for $5.00) $ 3.00
2013 Perry Historians’ Calendar - Mills of Perry County (or 2 for $5.00).............................. $ 3.00
2014 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County ......................................$ 5.00

2015 Perry Historians’ Calendar – Historic Photos of Perry County ......................................$ 5.00

 Christmas Ornaments


Christmas Ball Ornament - Soldiers & Sailors Monument  ........................................ $1.50
Christmas Ball Ornament - Airy View Library
......................................................... $1.50
Christmas Ball Ornament - Rockville Bridge .......................................................... $1.50
Christmas Ball Ornament - Caroline Furnace ......................................................... $1.50

All or Any 4 Christmas Ornaments ....................................................................... $5.00

Shelf Sitters

Harry Lenig Library and the Hoverter Archives – Home of The Perry Historians -              shelf sitter by Fred Noye Collectables .........................................................................$20.00

Tauffshein

Tauffshein – by Sharon Anthony – personalize your own tauffshein / fill in names and dates – single page $ 8.50

Publications, Books and Periodicals

Perry School House Series

Schoolhouses #1: by Margie Becker - Greenwood, Liverpool & Tuscarora Twps., Millerstown  and Liverpool Boros. - 273 pgs. - hardbound ..................................................................... $21.25

Schoolhouses #2: by Margie Becker - Buffalo, Howe, Juniata, Miller & Oliver Twps. Newport Boro. - 288 pgs. - hardbound .................................................................................................$21.25

Schoolhouses #3: by Margie Becker - Susquenita, Wheatfield, Penn, Watts and Rye Twps., Duncannon, Marysville & New Buffalo Boros - hardbound --------------------------- $21.25 Out of Stock

Schoolhouses #4: by Margie Becker - Bloomfield, Carroll, Centre, and the Bloomfield Academy, hardbound ........................................................................................................................... $39.75

Schoolhouse #5: by Margie Becker- Spring, Tyrone and Saville Townships, softbound...........$27.00               hardbound .......... $47.00

Schoolhouse #6: by Margie Becker - Northeast Madison, Southwest Madison, Jackson, Blain,     Toboyne Township .................................................       softbound $35.00       hardbound $60.00

The Perry Review Series

The Perry Review #1 - Volume 1, July 1976, 12 pgs. - photocopy of original ........................ $2.25
Page 1. New Bloomfield, a Personal Recollection, by J. Christ
Page 2. Landisburg Area Burials, 1893
Page 3. Obituary: Bergstresser- Baxter, 1901
Page 4. David English notice of Lost Musket
Page 4. Henry J. Beelin house burned, Dec. 1836
Page 5. Liverpool mail for 22 named citizens, 1838
Page 5. Accidental death, John Garber, Madison Twp., 1840
Page 5. Legal Notice, 1840, Hugh Boyd and Peter Philips
Page 5. July 4, 1840 celebration, New Buffalo – many names!
Page 5. Estate notice for George Baird, by Geo. Buck, 1842
Page 6. Obituary: Joseph C. Barrett, Newport, 1907.
Page 6. Landisburg news item, 1907 – T. H. Weatherby.
Page 6. Newport news item, 1907 – Michael Livingston.
Page 6. 1820 Sheriff Sales: Taylor, Scheaffer, Lightner, Burel, and Carothers.
Page 7. Zions Church, Toboyne Twp., 1816-1817 construction.
Page 8. Contributors to above church; a list of 150 names!
Page 9. The Perry Historians, 1976 Incorporation and Officers.
Note: This edition #1 also includes gravestone photos, etc.

The Perry Review #2 - Volume 2, April 1977 - 26 pgs. ...................................................$3.25
Page 1. New Bloomfeld, A personal Recollection by J. Christ.
Page 4. Early Bloomfield Land Grants. By H. W. Lenig.
Page 7. Grave Digger lists 19 burials, Bloomfield Cemetery.
Page 8. A 1771 Road Petition, signed by 65 citizens!
Page 10. The Van Camp Burial Ground, Miller Twp.
Page 10 The Cove (Ogle) Burial Round, Penn Twp.
Page 11. The Limestone Presbyterian Churchyard, Elliotsburg.
Page 12. Photos (4 pages) of gravestones, churches, people.
Page 16. Zions Church, history and contributors (concluded).
Page 17. Photos of Mumper Sawmill employees, New Germantown.
Page 18. The Caroline Furnace, Sketch and renovations.
Page 19. An 1884 Letter and genealogical data – Briner/Brown.
Page 21. Briner/Brown photos.
Page 22. Family Genealogy, Rausch-Roush by Harry Focht.
Back Cover * Photo of Berrier homestead and Jeremiah Berrier

The Perry Review #3 - Volume 3, August 1978 - 48 pgs................................................. $3.25
Page 1. Little Germany – by Harry W. Lenig.
Page 6. 1763 Tax Assessement Lists: Upper Tyrone Twp.
Page 8. 1763 Tax Lists: Lower Tyrone Tw.
Page 10. 1763 Tax List: Fermannach Twp.
Page 11. Everhart’s Mill – by Winifred Keiter.
Page 13. Bloomfield Cemetery burials in 1890.
Page 13. Interesting account of seeing Lincoln. – Z. T. Shuler.
Page 18. Early Hisotry of Bloomfield – by Jacob Christ.
Page 23. The Liggitts of Clinton Foundry – by Harry A. Focht.
Page 30. Landisburg Area Burials in 1891.
Page 31. The Renaissance of a Perry County Homestead – Jerry Clouse.
Page 35. In Memoriam, Harry W. Lenig, 1908-1978.
Page 38. County Taverns and Still Houses, Fifty years Ago.
Page 40. Bowman Lightner and Wild Ginseng – by Jerry A. Clouse.
Page 41. Historically Informative Obituaries:
Ephraim Adams – 1893
Daniel Ziegler –1894
Henry E. Shaeffer – 1903
Jacob Steel - 1904
Samuel Sheller (Schiller) – 1905
Mrs. Sarah N. Lebo – 1905
Charles Barshinger - 1905
Christian Swab - 1895
Mrs. Leah Shatto – 1902
Henry Baer – 1896

The Perry Review #4 - Volume 4, issued 1979 - 48 pgs.................................................. $3.25
Cover Baptismal certificate for Levi Gring, 1847
Page 1. Minister, Millers, Railroaders – Harry A. Focht.
Page 8. Bixler or Beck Mills – by David J. Keller.
Page 11. Perry Valley Burial Grounds – 1897 “Newport News”
Page 14. The Duncannon Methodist Church with 1857-58 Congregation.
Page 17. Newport from 1829 Down to the Present – Many names and Photos.
Page 25. Court Records: 1754 – 1786 with Early Settlers’ names.
Page 28. Perry County Obituary: James bell, April 27, 1910.
Page 30. The Land of Turtles (Tulpehocken, Berks County) – H. A. Focht.
Page 38. Undertaker’s Burial Report of 1892 – Levi Kell and Son.
Page 40. The Olden Days – by H. A. Focht. (Early recipes)
Page 42. Airey View Dedication – April 28, 1979
Page 44. Necroloical Report: 1890 deaths reported by the Newport News.

The Perry Review #5 - Volume 5 issued 1980 - 45 pgs................................................... $3.25
Page 1. Pennsylvania Anthem by Maggie Becker.
Page 2. The Owens Family – bu Elsie Stine Lebo.
Page 15. Fourth Annual Meeting and Tour West of Blain – Jerry Clouse.
Page 25. Millerstown Bicentennial – by Winifred A. Keiter.
Page 30. The Andersonburg Academy – by Margie Becker.
Page 34. The Soldiers’ Orphans, six pages of names, 1865-1875.
Page 40. The Patterson Mill in Shaeffer’s Valley – J. A. Clouse.
Page 49. Necrological Report – 1890 Deaths in Newport News. 

The Perry Review #6 & #7 - Volume 6/7 – 1981/1982, 84 pgs. .................................... $5.25
Page 1. The Pauper School Children Lists – by Harry A. Focht. The children range in age from five to twelve years. The period covered is 1820 to 1840 throughout all townships. 

The Perry Review #8 & #9 - Volume 8/9 – 1983/84 - 94 pgs........................................... $5.25
Page 1. Editorial by H. Klinepeter.
Page 2. An Army Camp in Newport – by Raymond Wright (1917-1918)
Page 9. Duncannon Soldiers’ Homecoming Celebration – 1919
Page 11. List of Duncannon WWI Veterans.
Page 14. Life and Confession of William Weaver (Hanged on 9/9/1861)
Page 18. Massacre at Fort Freeland – by Miles N. Murray.
Page 21. From Berks County to Perry County – List of Pioneer Families.
Page 22. Perry County Subscribers to 1846 Rupp History – 500+ names !
Page 28. The Long Rifle – with names of early gunsmiths.
Page 31. Early Settlements near County Seat – b H. W. Lenig.
Page 33. The Development of Colonial Churches in Perry County.
Page 41. Cattlemens’ Reunion – by C. C. Bower (Blain 1928)
Page 44. Perry County Cemeteries - A Long List by Townships.
Page 48. Newspapers of Perry County
Page 49. The Markelsville Cemetery – by H. W. Lenig.
Page 51. Some Outstanding Historical Facts – by H. H. Hain.
Page 54. Re-dedication Services at St. Andrews Church – 1942
Page 56. The Eby Farm – by Benjamin R. Mumper
Page 58. The Descendents of Adam Klinepeter – by Herbert Klinepeter.

The Perry Review #10 - Volume 10, issued 1985 - 52 pgs............................................... $3.25
Page 1. The Grand Army of the Republic in Perry County – by D. J. Klinepeter.
Page 6. Listing of Ten G.A.R. Posts in Perry County, with some members.
Page 10 Drawings of G.A.R. Insignia.
Page 12. Roster of Delegates to G.A.R. Dept. Encampments, 1883-1934.
Page 20. Resume of David Klinepeter, Military Lecturer and Author.
Page 21. Dedication of Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Momument, New Bloomfield, 1898.
Page 26. Story of the 133rd. Regiment in the Civil War – Wm. Wertz diary.
Page 30. Bloomfield Academy, 1872-73, with names of instructors and students.
Page 34. Literary Society of Bloomfield. Courses, Fees and Regulations.
Page 36. 1873 News Article of a “Fearful Tornado” Wheatfield Twp.
Page 38. Welcome Home Parade and Celebration. Listing of Veterans:
     Civil War
     Spanish American War
     World War I
Page 45. Our Honor Roll, an 1898 listing of All Veterans of All Wars.
Page 51. Thoughts of a Beginner. Patricia Miller begins her Genealogy.

The Perry Review #11 - Volume 11, issued 1986 - 44 pgs............................................... $3.25
Page 2. History of Mansville – by Sam Swartz (Feb. 21, 1900)
Page 8. View from Timber Hill – by Julia Coldren.
Page 11. List of Dealers of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, April, 1873.
Page 13. List of Dealers of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, April, 1859.
Page 15. 1900 Listing of Incidents and Accidents – by G.W. Gehr.
Page 20. 1830 Census Populations for Towns and Townships.
Page 21. Incorporation Rules and Regulations for Pennsylvania.
Page 24. Incorporation Dates for Perry County Boroughs and Townships.
Page 27. Perry County Children in Soldiers’ Orphan Schools:
     Andersonburg School, 1866-1873
     Tressler Home, 1865-1875
     Emmaus Home, 1868
     McAllisterville School, 1865-1875
Page 39. Recollections of Canal Days – by Clara S. Sites, 1940
Page 43. “Love and Laughter” a Poem by Col. John A. Joyce.

The Perry Review #12 - Volume 12, issued 1987 - 50 pgs. ............................................  $3.25
Page 1. From Shoemaker to Soul-Saver by Frances Dunlap Heron.
Page 18. Perry County Pensioner – Nov. 1883 Reprinted from Duncannon Record: 2 Nov. 1883.
Page 22. The Ashton Family in Perry County by Gloria C. McNutt.
Page 28. On the Perry County Railroad Duncannon Record Dec. 5, 1890.
Page 30. Duncannon Cemetery Burials and Interments for 1923, 1924, and 1925.
Page 32. Through the Year at Amity Hall by Paula H. Sassaman.
Page 39. Remarkable History of a Military company From the N.Y. Times, May 5, 1864.
Page 41. The Legacy of Noah Sheaffer by Jerry A. Clouse.
Page 45. Rope Ferry.
Page 46. Marysville, Pennsylvania - One of eleven towns in nation with same name.
Page 50. My Call by Minnie P. Deardorf. 

The Perry Review #13 - Volume 13, 1988 - 52 pgs.  .....................................................$3.25
Page 1. Index for all past issues of the Perry Review.
Page 6. From Perry County to Ogle County, Illinois.
Page 10. Laying Uncle David (Hohenshilt) to Rest by Cynthia A. Miller.
Page 13. Dealers of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise – 1923.
Page 20. Duncannon High School Graduates.
Page 29. Newport High School Graduates.
Page 39. Ickesburg High School Graduates
Page 43. Blain High School Graduates
Page 48. Newport Merchandisers - 1940
Page 50. A Dream Come True by Margaret L. Glanding Rupp. Reprinted from the 1940 “Newport Centennial Celebration” Booklet. 

The Perry Review #14 - Volume 14, 1989 - 44 pgs....................................................... $3.25
Page 1. Ickesburg Through the Eyes of a young Lad by Janet Foord as told by her brother, Dr. Karl Zimmerman.
Page 7. Graduates of Millerstown High School.
Page 17. Destination Kistler by Bruce Kistler,Winter Haveb, Florida.
Page 23. The Leppard Family of Perry County, Penna.
Page 33. Three Old Letters from 1848, 1852, and 188 by Margie Becker.
Page 38. Wolf Days in Perry County Reprinted from a 1930 Newspaper Article.
Page 41. Burials, New Bloomfield. 

The Perry Review #15 - Volume 15, 1990 - 101 pgs...................................................... $5.75
Newport 1840-1990
Part One
Page 5. Newport Business Places, Past,and Present.
Page 35. Newport Families in 1840 (to be continued)
Page 75 Photos.
Page 88. Advertisements from the files of the Newport newspapers.
Page 101. Photo credits. 

The Perry Review #16 - Volume 16, 1991  - 80 pgs..................................................... $5.75 
          Milford
Page 1. Introduction.
Page 4. Location and history.
Page 7. Milford in the early 1900’s.
Page 9. People of the early 1900’s.
Page 20. More people of the community and nick-names.
Page 21. Buildings-houses.
Page 21. Houses today.
Page 29. The Store Building
Page 31. Inside the Store.
Page 37. The Post Office.
Page 41. The Church.
Page 43. Cemetery.
Page 52. Bridges
Page 53. The Covered Bridge.
Page 55. The McClintock Bridge.
Page 55. Things; Places and landmarks.
Page 55. Three Square Hollow and Spring
Page 56. The Rocks.
Page 56. Cedar Hill.
Page 56. The Dam.
Page 58 Horse hole
Page 58. The Wide Waters.
Page 58. The Islands
Page 58. Toomey
Page 58. Potters
Page 58. Bunker Hill
Page 58. The Bear Hole
Page 58. McGilligan’s Rocks.
Page 59 Footlogs or swinging bridges.
Page 61. Incidents – Pranks and Pets, etc.
Page 68. Entertainment
Page 74. More people and dates “Around Milford”
Page 77. Finis 

The Perry Review #17 - Volume 17 1992 - 60 pgs............................................................. $5.75
Page 2. Explanation of Characters and Places in the Helen Bell Quick stories by Deborah White Hershey.
Page 4. Aunt Mary Died Last Night by Helen Bell Quick.
Page 9. Dear Aunt Mary by Helen Bell Quick.
Page 14. Aunt Betsy’s Retrospective by Helen Bell Quick.
Page 21. Aunt Betsy’s Wedding by Helen Bell Quick.
Page 29. Township Lines – Toboyne and Jackson by Ben Mumper.
Page 30. The Blain/Smith Mill Drafts for property 33a. thru 33f.
Page 34. Insights Into Toboyne township in 1798 by Jerry A. Clouse.
Page 58-60 Caption to Photos on “Insights” article see pages 58 thru 60.

The Perry Review #18 & #19 - Volume 18 and 19 1993-1994 - 150 pgs............................. $6.25
Page 2. A Walking Tour of Landisburg by Jerry A. Clouse.
Page 20. Reminiscences of My Landisburg Grandparents by Jane (Reapsome) Dyar.
Page 23. Welcome to Landisburg by Charles David Eaton.
Page 27. Dr. Niblock Ledgers by Harry A. Focht.
Page 66. Bits and Pieces 100-75-50 years ago.
Page 78. Juniata Township by Resta Tressler
Page 90. The Town of Centre by Freda Dillman.
Page 131. The Landisburg Area in the 1790s During the Political Unrest of the Whiskey Rebellion by Jerry A. Clouse. 

The Perry Review #20, #21 & #23 - Volume 20-23 1995-1998 - 268 pgs. ........................$10.50
Geburts und Taufscheine: Iluminated Pennsylvania German Birth and Baptismal Certificates
Page I. Bequests.
Page II. Errata.
Page III. Foreword
Page IV. Acknowledgments.                                     Excellent Genealogical Resource!
Page 1. Geburts-und Taufscheine
Page 42. End Notes.
Page 46. Related Reading.
Page 51. Illustrations.
Page 92. Guide to Source Codes.
Page 93. Translations of Taufscheins.
Page 239. Index. 

The Perry Review - complete set #1 thru #23 ................................................................. $75.75

The Perry Review #24 - Volume 24 2003 -  ......................................................................$4.50
Page 2. Local History.
Page 4. Fire at Warm Springs.
Page 5. From Liverpool.
Page 13. An Adventure.
Page 15. An Old Marriage Certificate.
Page 16. Centre Church
Page 17. Death of Mrs. Schwab.
Page 18. Bridges Gone.
Page 18. J.L. Gantt’s Hotel.
Page 21. Millerstown and Vicinity.
Page 27. Elliotsburg Items.
Page 29. The New Court House.
Page 30. Marriage and Deaths.
Page 32. The Death of Judge Gantt.
Page 33. Jury List for Nov. (1832) Term.
Page 34. Everhart Bridge.
Page 34. Register of Sales.
Page 36. A View of Newport.
Page 38. The 133rd Reg’t P.V. in Battle.
Page 40. Civil War Letter.
Page 41. Perry County’s Centenarians.
Page 43. Newport Deaths.
Page 43. Spring Township Teachers.
Page 44. Old Title Papers.
Page 45. Disasterous Fire in Bloomfield.
Page 48. Death/Burial of Mrs. Jane Black.
Page 50. Terrible Storm.
Page 52. Duncannon
Page 53. Upper End Items.
Page 54. History of Bloomfield Academy.
Page 58. Duncannon Nail Factory.
Page 58. Heirs of Elias Albright.
Page 60. Westward Bound.

The Perry Review #25 - Volume 25 2004  .......................................................................$4.50
The Civil War 1861-1865
Page 2. Introduction
Page 3. Died and Tribute of Respect.
Army Correspondence (Letters)
Page 4. J.P. Scheibley
Page 5. Lieut. J.Q. Snyder
Page 7. W. H. Bentzel
Page 9. E. Dunkleberger
Page 10 Wm. M. Sutch
Page 13 David P. Lightner
Page 13 Geo. W. Baltozer
Page 15 Capt. James Kacy
Page 17 Ambrose B. Magee
Page 17 Geo. W. Gehr
Page 18 A. J. Hartsock
Page 20 S.P. Gutshall
Page 22 John Jones,Jr.
Page26 Winfield Scott Blain
Page 28 Lewis W. Orwan
Page 29 Enos Spahr
Page33 George A. Shumm
Page 35 David Roland
Page 37 J.B. Scheaffer
Page38 Capt. George F. Marshall
Page 39 Wm. A. Graham
Page 40 D. Meredith Jones
Page 43 Capt. Henry D. Woodruff
Page 44 W.W.D. Haines
Page 46 Samuel O. Shoemaker
Page 47 S.S. Long
Page 48 J.W. Eby
Page 50 James H. Marshall
Page 51 J. Memminger
Perry County Connection
Page 52 James Addams Beaver
Page 54 Alexander H. Stephens
Civil War Veterans Death Notices
Page 57 Samuel P. Campbell
Page 57 Isaiah C. Foose
Page 58 Jonathan Miller
Page 59 John Smee
Page 60 Joshua Sweger 

The Perry Review #26 - Volume 26 2005 ......................................................................... $4.50
Page 2. The Seal of the Perry Historians.
Page 5. The History of the Courthouse.
Page 18. Box Huckleberry.
Page 23. Fossil Bank.
Page 25. To a Trilobite
Page 27. Barnett Road
Page 37. Places you Wouldn’t Believe.
Page 44. Traveling on the Railroad.
Page 47. Dry Sawmill.
Page 55. The River and Canal
Page 59. Rules of the Pennyslvania Canal
Page 62. Genealogy
Page 63 Fairs of Perry County
Page 64. Hail Pennyslvania!

The Perry Review #27 - Volume 27 2006 ......................................................................... $5.00
Page 2 Little Germany Rambling
Page 5 Steam Tannery For Sale.
Page 6 Loysville Landmark
Page 7. History of Reward
Page 8 John Jones Post, No. 448, G.A.R.
Page 10 Pfoutz’s Valley Distinguished Native
Page 11 Worthy Octogenarian, Peter Long
Page 13 Circulating Among Our Friends
Page 14 Elliottsburg School
Page 16 Cheap Kansas Lands
Page 16 Minutes of the Relief Committee
Page 21 The Old Union Church
Page 23 Soldier of Three Wars
Page 24 Court Proceedings
Page 25 Landisburg Items
Page 26 Shermansdale
Page 27 Large Shipment
Page 28 Around Perry County
Page 33 Drowned
Page34 Population of Perry County in 1890
Page 35 John Stambaugh House
Page 36 Blain’s Ancestry from Perry County
Page 37 Bechtel’s Tannery Fire
Page 41 Perry County Marriages in 1856
Page 44 A Perry County Blacksmith
Page 46 Another Business Closed
Page 47 Death’s Doings
Page 50 Spring Township Items
Page 51 The Great Storm and Flood
Page53 Valuable Property For Sale
Page 54 Buffalo Stone Church
Page 55 Gant Family History
Page 55 Death of Samuel A. Coyle
Page 57 Duncannon Dots
Page 59 Loysville
Page 59 Loysville Church Dedication 

The Perry Review #28 - 2007: Volume 28 2007 .........Members - $15.75    Non-Members -  $21.25 
Remembered: Perry Countians who gave the Supreme Sacrifice.
World War II 1941-1945
Preface ii
News Article Army Sets List of Perry Dead or Missing at Fifty-Six.
Our Fallen Heroes
Lt. Col. John P. Adams 4
Pfc. Lorenzo W. Adams 10
SSgt. Brinton S. Albright 12
Pvt. Mary M. Albright 15
Capt. David L. Aldinger 19
SSgt. Eugene A. Bair 22
Corp. Jay E. Barner 29
Tech5 Rodney T. Barrick 31
Pfc. Donald R. Beasom 33
Pfc. Michael D. Bolze 43
Sgt. John P. Brogden 46
Corp. Chester A. Brookhart 49
Pfc. Charles L. Brownewell 52
1 Sgt. Robert E. Bryner 56
GM3C Woodrow D. Charles 60
Pfc. Benjamin Cheeseman 63
Tech5 Raymond E. Chubb 66
Pvt. Charles E, Cook 71
Pfc. Guy M. Cooney 73
Sgt. Robert L. Cox 75
Pvt. Glenn S. Dobyns 79
Tech5 Herman W. Duncan 83
Pfc. Ralph A. Finicle, Jr. 88
Pfc. Paul R. Fleisher 95
F/O Jack J. Gray 97
Pfc. Corneluis Groff 102
Pfc. George R. Harp 106
Pfc. William B. Hart, Jr. 109
Pfc. Roger W. Hench 113
Pvt. Jacob R. Hoffman 116
SSgt. Robert A. Hoffman 119
Pfc. Donald M. Houck 122
Pvt. William T. Hower 127
Pvt. Alfred L. Hulzapple 129
Pvt. John W. Hummel 132
F/O Frank E. Ickes 134
1 Lieut. Charles A. Jones, Jr. 140
Pvt. Calvin L. Keller 145
TSgt. Martin L. Kiner 147
TSgt. Roy C. Kiner 153
Pvt. George L. Kulp 157
Pfc. Paul L. Kumler 160
Pvt. Warren H. Kumler 168
Pvt. Graynor W. Lallement 174
Lt. Charles P. Mason, Jr. 176
Capt. Edward M. Masterson 181
Pfc. George W. May 183
Pvt. Lester A. McKelvey 186
Pfc. Paul E. Middleton 190
SSgt. Donald E. Miller 194
S/2C John H. Miller, Jr. 196
S/2C Paul E. Moyer 198
1 Lt. Charles C. Nickel 201
MSgt. Martin C. Orris 204
Sgt. Martin B. Orwan 210
Lt. (jg) Stanley W. Powell 213
Pfc. Harold G. Reich 215
Pvt. Jacob H. Reisinger 219
Mrnr Jack E. Reynolds 223
Corp. Peter F. Rumberger 226
Pvt. Ralph Seidel 230
Sgt. William H. Sheaffer, Jr. 232
Corp. Lester M. Shearer 237
Pfc. Albert S. Smith 241
Pfc. William O. Stambaugh 245
Sgt. Morris C. Stees 248
Corp. Warren G. Stone, Jr. 252
Pfc. Ray T. Stroup 253
Pvt. John M. Thompson 257
SSgt. Jack M. Weaver 259
Pvt. Raymond O. Weldon 265
Pvt. William L, Wolfe 268
Pfc. David W. Yohn, Jr. 270
1/ Lt. Lester E. Zeiders 273
TSgt. Paul L. Ziegler 275
MSgt. Kenneth E. Zellers 281
Pfc. William E. Zorger 288
Gold Star Mother 292
Discovering Their Story 299
Contributors 303

The Perry Review #29 - Volume 29 2008 .................................................................. $5.00 The Brothers Three and More; Centanarians; The Trostle Farm                      

The Perry Review #30 - Volume 30 2009 .................................................................. $5.00 The German Element in Perry County

The Perry Review #31 - Volume 31 2010 .................................................................. $5.00 Perry County People, Events abd Locations from Perry County Newspapers

The Perry Review #32 - Volume 32 2011 .................................................................. $5.00 Hotels of Perry County

Perry Heritage Collection Series, by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD

Three Bloody Days in July – by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – 137 pgs. – softbound ------------$15.00
(1st Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series) .

A Civil War Diary – by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – 137 pgs. – softbound ............................. $15.00
(2nd Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series)

Life Along the Shermans - by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – 137 pgs. – softbound ...............$ 15.00
(3rd Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series)

The Rails of Perry County – by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – 300+ pgs. – softbound----------- $40.00
(4th Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series) .

Memory Scraps – The Wit and Wisdom of Joe Darlington, “Mr. Perry County” – Volume 1
– by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – soft bound (5th Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series) ------- $15.00

Towpaths and Aqueducts – by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – 209 pgs. - softbound ...............  $30.00
(6th Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series)

Memory Scraps – The Wit and Wisdom of Joe Darlington, “Mr. Perry County” – Volume 2
– by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – soft bound (7th Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series) --------$15.00

The Civil War – In Their Own Words - by Dennis J. Hocker, PhD. – softbound --------------$20.00
(8th Book in Perry Heritage Collection Series)

1877 Atlas of Juniata, Perry & Mifflin Counties, PA. with index - shows homes, churches,     schools, cemeteries, etc. hardbound ............................................................................$20.00

Every Name Index of 1877 Atlas - 69 pgs. - hardbound .......................................... $12.75

A Perry County Collection: A reprint of 4 local histories: A Long Road Home, Émigré Saga,              40 Letters to Carson Long, and Tales of the Cocolamus, softbound .................................. $10.50

Perry County Grist Mills by Eugene E. Eby, hardbound.................................................$35.00

African Americans in Perry County  1820 -1925, by Janet Taylor -                                                                     softbound........... $15.00      hardbound ..............$30.00

The Wise Woman – A Perry County Tale – by Janet Taylor – 194 pgs. – hardbound.......... $ 20.00

Index of H.H. Hain History of Perry County - 11,000+ names - softbound  .......................$5.00

Long Since: Account of early families of New Bloomfield  by Alberta (Clouser) Pollard             - 212 pgs. -                                                                                               hardbound .......... $10.50

Note Cards of Perry County Scenes 2 packs ......................................................................$5.25

My Memories: poems by Muriel (Showalter) Rice - 163 pgs., softbound .................................. $7.25

Cry A Symphony - poems by Carolyn Epply Clouser  ...............................................................$4.25 

Complete Index of the Biographical Encyclopedia of the Juniata Valley – Comprising the counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata and Perry – softbound ................................................. $10.00 

Lewis The Robber, Robber, Counterfeiter, The Terror of the Cumberland Valley sftbnd .. $5.00

Guidelines for Writing & Reading Local Origins by W.T. Swaim ........................................ $2.50
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Amoebic Divisions of “Canigogig” Presbyterians – by William T. Swaim – 39 pgs.                      – paperback ............................................................................................................................ $3.00

Facts are Strangers in the Histories of The Early Years of Paxton and Derry Presbyterian Churches –  by William T. Swaim – 136 pgs. – paperback .......................................................  $5.00

George Duffield I: American Presbyterian Number One in the 1780’s – by William T.     Swaim - 8 pgs. – paperback ..................................................................................................... $2.00

Newtown, Precursor of Carlisle, 1736-1751 - William T. Swaim - 200 pgs, paperback ..........  $8.00 

Origins of Convenience History of the 1730s in The Cumberland Valley – by Wm. T. Swaim         - 49 pgs. – paperback .......................................................................................... $3.00

Pennsylvania Presbyterianism in the Eventful 1780s – by William T. Swaim - 41 pgs.               – paperback ........................................................................................................................... $4.00

Presbyterian Roots in Scotland – by William T. Swaim - 72 pgs. - paperback ...................... $5.00

The Ancient and Important Walnut Bottom Path – by William T. Swaim – 17  pgs.                   – paperback ............................................................................................................................... $3.00

The Laying Out of Newville in 1790 on Presbyterian Property (Cumberland Co., PA)           – by William T. Swaim –  24 pgs. - paperback ............................................................................$5.00

The Seven Ages of Rev. Joseph A. Murray, D.D., 1815-1889 – by William T. Swaim                 – 24 pgs. – paperback............................................................................................................... $3.00

“Tryals” for Presbyterian Licensure and Ordination in the 1730’s – by William T.                  Swaim – 64 pgs. - paperback ................................................................................................... $5.00

Twenty Hoaxes in 450 Myths Published by Three Officials of the First Presbyterian             Church, Carlisle, PA. – by William T. Swaim – 86 pgs. - paperback ............................................$8.00

Cemeteries in Dauphin County, PA. Carl Fox, Locations by GPS, No inscriptions, softbound  $10.50 

Pennsylvania Heartlands #1 - by Susan Wert Vogt, Stories of Its Rural People 1860-1890,             120 pages, softbound ............................................................................................................  $15.00

Pennsylvania Heartlands #2 - by Susan Wert Vogt, More Stories of Its Rural People                      1860-1890, 160 pages, softbound ........................................................................................... $30.00

Pennsylvania Heartlands #3 - by Susan Wert Vogt, The World War II Years - 176 pages, softbound, ............................................................................................................................  $30.00

Three Hundred Years of PA Traveler: by W. H. Shenk - softbound ..................................... $15.75

Pennsylvania Transportation History: by W. H. Shenk - 72 pages  .....................................$10.50

The Columbia-Philadelphia Railroad ................................................................................. $6.75

Indian Trails to Super Highways: by W. H. Shenk - 72 pages softbound ............................. $12.75

The Amazing Pennsylvania Canal: by W. H. Shenk - 120 pages, softbound ........................... $8.00

Towpaths to Tugboats: by W. H. Shenk - 72 pages softbound ............................................. $11.00

The Canaler's Songbook: by W. H. Shenk - 88 pages, softbound .........................................  $10.50

The Best From American Canals #3 ................................................................................... $8.50

The Best From American Canals #4 ................................................................................... $8.50

The Best From American Canals #5 ................................................................................... $8.50

The Best From American Canals #6 ................................................................................... $8.50

The Best From American Canals #7 .................................................................................. $9.50 

The Best From American Canals #8 ................................................................................. $10.50

The Canals of New York: 60 pages....................................................................................... $6.75

Great Floods of Pennsylvania: by W. H. Shenk - 90 pages ................................................. $12.75

History of the York, PA Pullman Automobile - 1903-1917: 32 pages. softbound ............. $4.75

Historic Bridges of Pennsylvania: by W. H. Shenk - 70 pages............................................. $10.50

The History of Ships: 288 pages - hardbound ...................................................................... $20.00

Briner Family History – hard bound .................................................................................... $35.00

Celebrating 200 Years of Methodism in Pfoutz Valley 1807-2007 – paperback .............. $5.00

Cumberland Valley Farm Tracts Licensed by Samuel Blunston - softbound ..................... $5.00

Earth, Fire & Form: The Potteries of South Central Pennsylvania                                            – by Jerry Clouse – softbound.................................................................................................. $22.00

Little Known Historical Facts of Pennsylvania and the World                                                 - by C. Arnold McClure  ........................................................  softbound $20.00       hardbound $30.00   

Our Dietrich Lines – by William Dietrich – 1033 pgs. – hardbound ......................................... $55.00

Pennsylvania Folk Art of Samuel L. Plank – 65 pgs. – hardbound ..................................... $15.75

Pennsylvania Heritage – Summer 1987 – Articles on The Constitution & John Brown                       – 49 pgs. – magazine .............................................................................................................. $2.50

Pennsylvania Heritage – Winter 1988 – Article on Perry County – 49 pgs. – magazine ............ $2.50

Perry Forrester – the first newspaper published in Perry County .............................................. $2.00

Roll Call – Duncannon High School .......................................................................................... $1.25

Seven Sisters of Our Faith – by Jane Short Hower - softbound ............................................ $12.75

The Wallis Site - The Archaeology of a Susquehanna River Flood Plain at Liverpool, PA.
- by Patricia E. Miller, PhD. - (By Ways to the Past - PA Historical and Museum Commission)...... FREE