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For the third month in a row YorksPast readership continued at a high level. Thanks to all my loyal readers. It was nice to meet several of my readers while touring the French frigate Hermione when it was docked in Annapolis; enjoyed your feedback. At the beginning of every month,

YorksPast readership continued at high level during May. Thanks to all my loyal readers. At the beginning of every month, I’m sharing with my readers the top 10 posts from the previous month. These are your favorites during May 2015: Eagle Nest within 700-feet of Route 30 The newly opened

The past month was record breaking in hearing from my readers. I hope to see many of you during my April presentation at the Lancaster Family History Conference. At the beginning of every month, I’m sharing with my readers the top 10 posts from the previous month. These are your

During the past month, I’ve heard from many family historians. All were very appreciative of my post where I explored why York’s addresses changed. Thanks for all of your comments and suggestions for future posts! I hope to see many of you during my April presentation at the Lancaster Family

  Three of January’s top posts are related to my next OLLI Lifelong Learning classes at Penn State York. The Spring 2015 OLLI Course Catalog is at this link. OLLI is an all volunteer-driven organization that has provided a variety of educational and social activities since 2008; check out page

YorksPast readership growth continues, thanks to all my new and loyal readers! As a whole, interest in York County Mills edged out the Susquehanna Trail as the most popular topic. Thanks to Cliff Satterthwaite for generously providing the artwork for many of the mill posts. At the beginning of every

YorksPast readership continues to grow, thanks to all my new and loyal readers! The Susquehanna Trail continues to be a very popular topic; after two more Friday posts, it will end as a successful 19 part series. November also saw increased readership of my novel, Railcar Gold, that appears every

Susquehanna Trail posts dominated the most popular YorksPast posts during October. Just like August and September, the series on the Susquehanna Trail continues to provide a significant boost in YorksPast readership … THANKS again! The Publicity Bureau of the Williamsport Chamber of Commerce published several brochures promoting the Susquehanna Trail