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History of Pennsylvania Hall which was destroyed by a mob, on the 17th of May, 1838. by Pennsylvania Hall Association, Philadelphia.

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Published by Negro Universities Press in New York .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Hall.,
  • Slavery -- United States.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsWebb, Samuel, 1794-1869, comp.
LC ClassificationsF158.8.P4 A5 1969
The Physical Object
Pagination200 p.
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5754532M
ISBN 100837120535
LC Control Number71091267

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  S. Webb, History of Pennsylvania Hall Which Was Destroyed by a Mob, on the 17th of May (Philadelphia: Merrihew and Gunn, Printers, ); Ira V. Brown, “Racism and Sexism: The Case of Pennsylvania Hall,” Phylon, (2nd Qtr., ), pp. Public Ledger, ; James Brewer Steward, “Modernizing “Difference”: The Political . Pennsylvania Hall (Penn Hall, Old Dorm) is the Gettysburg College central administrative building and the college's oldest building. Designed in by John Cresson Trautwine, it was built in as a "temple-style edifice with four columns in the portico".. During the Battle of Gettysburg in July , Pennsylvania Hall was used as a hospital for wounded troops of the Union and Location: Gettysburg College campus, Gettysburg, . Department of History College Hall University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA [email protected] Antonio Feros Department Chair. Peter Holquist Graduate Chair. Siyen Fei Undergraduate Chair. "This is a book I have long awaited, one that tells the life of a single building so as to illuminate American history from almost every angle—cultural, social, and political."—Mary Ryan, author of Civic Wars: Democracy and Public Life in the American City During the Nineteenth CenturyIndependence Hall is a place Americans think they know well.

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History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania: And Its Centennial Celebration, Volume 2 Joseph Henderson Bausman Knickerbocker Press, - Beaver County (Pa.) - pages. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dunaway, Wayland Fuller, History of Pennsylvania. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall []. the Pennsylvania Hall history book and disputing a printing charge; December 4, ; 2pp. Note from Mrs. M. Valentine Miller, relative to the third President of Gettysburg College, to Charles Glatfelter expressing her appreciation for the writing of the history of Pennsylvania Hall; February, ; ALS 4pp. Four days after the ceremonies dedicating Pennsylvania Hall, following a speech by Lucretia Mott, a mob burned the building to the ground. Citation: Webb, Samuel, History of Pennsylvania Hall Which Was Destroyed by a Mob On the 17th of May, , Philadelphia: Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, , Lisa Unger Baskin Collection, Rubenstein Rare.