CAMBRIA COUNTY PIONEERS
A Collection of Brief Biographical and other Sketches
Relating to the Early History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
by JAMES M. SWANK
Secretary and General Manager of the American Iron and Steel association For 38 Years, From 1872 To 1910. Author of a History of the Manufacture of Iron in all ages and of Other Historical Publications.
Thine own friend, and thy father's friend, forsake not. - Proverbs xxvii. 10.
Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths. - Jeremiah vi. 16.
PHILADELPHIA: No. 261 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, 1910.
Printed by ALLEN, LANE & SCOTT, Nos. 1211-1213 Clover Street, Philadelphia.
|The Founding of The Johnstown Tribune
|Peter Goughnour's Reminiscences
|Revelations of an Old Ledger
|Rev. Shadrach Howell Terry
|Recollections of Early Johnstown
|Edwin Augustus Vickroy
|John Royer, Huguenot
|Major John Linton
|The Building of the Cambria Iron Works
|Hon. Daniel Johnson Morrell
|Major George Nelson Smith
|Dr. William Anthony Smith
|Judge James Potts
|Judge Cyrus L. Pershing
|Colonel Jacob M. Campbell
|Alexander Chesterfield Mullin
|Samuel Bell McCormick
|A Reminiscence of President Zachary Taylor
|John Fritz, Ironmaster
|A Lesson from the Johnstown Flood
Transcribed and contributed by Judy Banja, 5 Apr 2004.