• The Charcoal Iron Industry in the Perkiomen Valley (continued), by Alfred Gemmell
    This piece is a continuation of a previous article depicting a story of the early iron industry and the social attributes of its plantation lifestyle. Included in this social structure is the workers’ tenant houses erected around the iron master’s mansion and how both iron-making and agriculture made it successful. 53pp.
  • Neighborhood News and Notices, (Compiled)
    This is a sampling of articles from June 14, 1808 – October 21, 1818. 19pp.
  • A Genealogical Nugget, by Charles R. Barker
    This article discusses articles including the Lancaster Turnpike opening in 1793, President Washington putting down the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, the arrival of the Philadelphia Troop of horse, the Fourth of July and others. 4pp.
  • Reports