2 edition of Wyoming Valley trolleys found in the catalog.
Wyoming Valley trolleys
Harold E. Cox
Two maps in pocket on back cover.
|Statement||by Harold E. Cox.|
|LC Classifications||TF725.W9 C69 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||89128118|
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Greater Wyoming Valley trolleys / Wick, Harrison (TFP4 W53 ) (Stacks) Wyoming Valley trolleys: street railways of Wilkes Barre, Nanticoke, and Pittston / Cox, Harold E. (TFW9 C69 ) (Oversize) Market Street bridges of Wilkes Barre / Schooley, Ruth (TGW6 M3 ) (Stacks). • At 2 p.m. Ma Harrison Wick will discuss his book on the history of Wyoming Valley trolleys at Wilkes University’s Henry Student Center, as well as discussing Project
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Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys is part of the Images of Rail series by Arcadia Publishing, and the book is available now at local retailers, including Barnes & Noble, and online. Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys offers many rare Wyoming Valley photographs from the 's to of streetcars, and images of businesses, churches, homes, railroads,/5(4).
The Wyoming Valley is nestled among the Endless Mountains in Luzerne County with the scenic Susquehanna River meandering through it. Best known for its rich deposits of anthracite coal, the Wyoming Valley was first colonized by Connecticut settlers in Electric trolleys served many urban centers in Pennsylvania.
Trolley service in the Wyoming. Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys is part of the Images of Rail series by Arcadia Publishing, and the book is available now at local retailers, including Barnes & Noble, and online.
Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys offers many rare Wyoming Valley photographs from the ’s to of streetcars, and images of businesses, churches, homes, railroads,Author: Harrison Wick. The Wyoming Valley is nestled among the Endless Mountains in Luzerne County with the scenic Susquehanna River meandering through it.
Best known for its rich deposits of anthracite coal, the Wyoming Valley was first colonized by Connecticut settlers in Electric trolleys served many urban centers in : ArcadiaPublishing.
Trolley lines went through the boroughs and townships of Ashley, Courtdale, Edwardsville, Forty Fort, Hanover, Kingston, Larksville, Miners Mills, Nanticoke, Parsons, Pittston, Plains, Plymouth, Sugar Notch, West Pittston, West Wyoming, Wilkes-Barre, and Wyoming.
Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys features rare photographs dating from the s to Brand: Arcadia Publishing Inc. Wick said "Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys" was fun to write. He's working on a third book about Luzerne County history, but won't divulge the topic.
"It's a surprise," he said. The Wyoming Valley is nestled among the Endless Mountains in Luzerne County with the scenic Susquehanna River meandering through it. Best known for its rich deposits of anthracite coal, the Wyoming Valley was first colonized by Connecticut settlers in Electric trolleys served many urban centers in Pennsylvania.
A fitting episode for Memorial Day Buried in Hollenback Cemetery in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania are Revolutionary War Veterans who fought for this countries independence, discovered and settled new territory and were a huge part of the early success of the United States, including one man from Wilkes-Barre who was the catalyst for the coal revolution and the economy that fueled a nation.
Book Condition: Fine. DJ: Near Fine; small spot stain on all top edges of DJ. Maroon faux leather boards with bright gold lettering on spine. This book deals with the Wyoming Valley of northeastern Pennsylvania, from Pittston on the north to Plymouth and Nanticoke on the south, on both sides of the Susquehanna River.
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The Susquehanna River meanders through Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania, passing communities historically known for the mining of anthracite coal. Settlement of the area began in during the first Yankee-Pennamite War. Luzerne County illustrates many boroughs, townships, and villages in a rare collection of photographs, advertisements, and history dating back to the 18th century.
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John B. Reynolds’ urge to build electric lines does not seem to have been sated by his difficulties with creating a trolley system on the West Side [related elsewhere in Cox’s Wyoming Valley Trolleys] and his abortive proposed line between Glen Lyon and Nanticoke, discussed elsewhere in this book.
In April he secured a charter for the. We have chosen to republish this book about the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania, as it was the scene of 30 years of some of the bloodiest mini-wars of the time, the Yankee-Pennamite Wars. We have chosen to leave out the poem Gertrude of Wyoming from the edition but included its most important part, nearly pages of footnotes from the.
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Not sure the number of the car in your referenced photo. I did a bit of checking on the internet and found a book entitled "Wyoming Valley Trolleys" by Harold E. Cox. Wick wrote a book called “Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys” that included exterior and interior photos of Wilkes-Barre trolley car when it was.
Saturday’s presentation included a slideshow and lecture by Harrison Wick, a historian and archivist who has written three books about Luzerne County history, including “Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys.” Also in attendance was Tony Brooks, director of the Wilkes-Barré Preservation Society. Greater Wyoming Valley Trolleys is part of the Images of Rail series by Arcadia Publishing, and the book is available now at local retailers, including Barnes & Noble, and online.3/5(2).
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