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Here are some interesting writings concerning the history of Juniata County, PA and some human interest type articles that I've stumbled onto while in pursuit of my research. I hope you will enjoy learning more about the historic and beautiful area that our ancestors called home.


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Land Claims on the Juniata
by Phil McGinty

The Treaty of 1754 The French Connection
by Phil McGinty

The Treaty of 1754 Land Rush
by Phil McGinty

Land Rush Cumberland Co Warrants
by Phil McGinty

Index for Warrantee Surveys in Walker Township
by Phil McGinty

Index for Warrantee Surveys near Lost Creek
by Phillip E. Bedient, PhD

Juniata Patriots of 1770

An Agreement for Protecting the Frontier
1780


History of the Middle Tuscarora Presbyterian Church
1792-1942
written by chuch members 1942

Juniata County, PA Death Notices 1820-1839
published in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly


A Chronology of births, marriages and deaths in Juniata County 1843-1885 from a diary kept by William Van Sweringen. Records like these aren't officially recorded anywhere! A real find!

Descriptions of the Gray Land disputes from "History and topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre, Union, Columbia, Juniata and Clinton counties, Pa." by Israel Daniel Rupp. Published in 1847 by G. Hills, Lancaster Pa.

Centennial Speech written by Thomas I. Milliken of Spruce Hill Township read at McCoysville
1876

Sketch of Juniata County by Rev. H. C. Shindle
1876

D. E. Robinson Sketches of Turbett Township
1879

Juniata People
that Rev. D. J. Beale met on his trip to Earlville IL
1885

Some Juniata County excerpts from: "History of that part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys, embraced in the counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania" edited by F. Ellis and A. N. Hungerford. Published in 1886 by Everts, Peck and Richards, Philadelphia

Juniata People by Rev. D. J. Beale, in which he expresses his interest in genealogy and dissatisfaction with the renaming of Bealetown to Honey Grove. Much of what Rev. Beale collected on the family was lost in the Johnstown Flood. 1888

Reminiscences by Dr. D. M. Graham
1889

Olden Times Wedding
1889

McCulloch's Mills Cemetery Tree Scandal

The Tuscarora Valley Railroad

Juniata County Military History

The Descendants of Robert Hoge or Hogg of Tuscarora Valley, Pennsylvania Including the families of Lytle, McCullough, McKee, Sturgeon, Dunbar, Graham, Stitt, Harnish, Vance, Robinson, Potts, McBride
by Dr. Egle circa 1900

The Descendants of Robert Hoge or Hogg of Tuscarora Valley, Pennsylvania Additions and corrections to Dr. Egle's Manuscript made by Leonard Lytle, Detroit, Mich., August, 1946














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