Start by marking Canoeing on the Juniata, 1888 as Want to Read . The photographs that illustrate this neat little book were all taken by Landis himself, and I assure you they are ALSO much better than anything I produced with my 110mm camera or whatever it was in 1979.
Start by marking Canoeing on the Juniata, 1888 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Mar 13, 2013 Jim Minick rated it liked it. Great photos of mtns and life in 1888 PA.
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Are you sure you want to remove Canoeing on the Juniata, 1888 from your list? Canoeing on the Juniata, 1888. Published 1993 by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and Landis Valley Associates in Pennsylvania.
Founded by brothers Henry K. Landis and George Landis in 1925 and incorporated in 1941, it is now operated by the Pennsylvania . Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 2009. Landis Valley Museum. Landis and George Landis in 1925 and incorporated in 1941, it is now operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Its staff and volunteers collect, conserve, exhibit, and interpret Pennsylvania German material, culture, history and heritage from 1740 through 1940. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and Landis Valley Associates, 1993. Landis, Henry Kinzer and George Diller Landis.
Canoes and canoeing, Description and travel.
Benjamin, Felix and John Landis, all Swiss Mennonites, came to America from the vicinity of Manheim on the Rhine . Three other names appeared on the roll of membership: Joseph Musselman, Daniel M. Brown and Christian H. Mayer.
Benjamin, Felix and John Landis, all Swiss Mennonites, came to America from the vicinity of Manheim on the Rhine, where they had been driven from Zurich, Switzerland, and purchased land from Penn and the Conestogoe Indians. Встречается в книгах (3) с 1888 по 1931. Стр. 13 - Lampeter township, about four miles from Lancaster city, at the intersection of the Horse-shoe and old Philadelphia roads. Встречается в книгах (5) с 1872 по 1970.
Landis was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Henry Harrison Landis (1838–1926), a farmer, and Emma Caroline Diller (1842–1929), daughter of a prosperous farmer, in 1865. Henry was one of four children-George Diller (1867–1954), Nettie May (1879–1914), and Anna Margaretta, who died early in childhood.
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