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Spring 2016 Issue of Pennsylvania History now available!

The Spring 2016 Issue of Pennsylvania History (83.2) is now available either by membership subscription or J-STOR or Project Muse.  

This is a special theme issue:  "The Juniata Valley" This river's watershed contains much history; yet historians seem to neglect it. This issue is a beginning to correct that neglect.

Table of Contents:

It’s Juni-ata, not Juan-ita!       Janet L. Taylor, Guest Editor

A Brief Call to a Greater History      Tim H. Blessing