Cloth and Costume, 1750 to 1800: Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Cumberland County Historical Society, 199 5. $34.95 plus tax. By Tandy and Charles Hersh. Illustrated; cloth.
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Walter Lewis Cressler, Jr., Clyde A. Laughlin: "Postcard King of the Cumberland Valley" (self-published, 2000) viii, 45 pp. appendix, illustrated. Paperback $16.95.
Oliver P. Williams, County Courthouses of Pennsylvania: A Guide. (Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, 2001) xi, 244 pp, glossary, index, illustrated; paperback, $19.95 (ISBN 0-8117-2738-6)
Daniel J. Heisey, ed., Cumberland County Government, (Carlisle: County of Cumberland, 2000). 54 pp. illustrated. Paperback, Free.
Book Review: Cumberland Justice: Legal Practice in Cumberland County 1750-2000 by the Cumberland County Bar Association
Cumberland Justice: Legal Practice in Cumberland County 1750 - 2000 by the Cumberland County Bar Association. Carlisle, PA: Cumberland County Bar Association, 2001. Index, hardback. $39.95.
David Valuska and Christian B. Keller, Damn Dutch: Pennsylvania Germans at Gettysburg. Stackpole Books, 2004. photographs, endnotes, index, 236 pages, hardcover $26.95.
Brian Butka and Kevin Patrick, Diners of Pennsylvania. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1999. 250pp. Paperback, $19.95. ISBN 0-8117-2878-1
Nicholson Baker, Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper (New York: Random House, 2001) xii, 371, index. Hardback $25 .95 (ISBN 0-375- 50444-3).
Historians, engineers, and buffs of all walks of life can and should cheer the new work of Dr. Paul Gill, professor of history at Shippensburg State University. For a title he has borrowed a phrase from Rudyard Kipling's A Song of the English and for illustrations photographs from the Society 's extensive collection.
G. Kenneth Bishop, From Horses to Horsepower: How Goods Got and Get to Market. (Carlisle: 250'" Anniversary Committee, 2000). 16 pp. Paperback $2.00 (This edition limited to 250 copies.)