Collection: The Scrapbook Collection
Call No.: MG-434, Box 046
Title: Items of Interest Concerning Strasburg, June 1795-December 1801
Dates: June 1795-December 1801
Extent: 1 volume
Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Lancaster, Pa.)
Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 22
Description: The hand-copied articles pertain to Strasburg, Pennsylvania and were copied from The Lancaster Journal. The compiler noted articles about property sales, apprentices, runaway apprentices and rewards given for their return from the Strasburg area. The Gap Mines are also featured.
Conditions for Access: Please fill out a call slip for viewing.
Conditions Governing Reproductions: May not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.
Source of Acquisition: Transferred from the library in February 2003.
Subjects: Gap Mining Company.
Apprentices -- Pennsylvania -- History.
Mines and mineral resources -- Pennsylvania -- Lancaster County.
Custodial History: Previously housed in the Scrapbook Collection, Book 174.
Cataloged by: CRB, October 2007.
This project was funded by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, ME60112, 2007-2008.
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