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U.S. Reports: Respublica v. Ross, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 239 (1795)

U.S. Reports: Penn's Lessee v. Hartman, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 230 (1795)

U.S. Reports: The United States v. The Insurgents of Pennsylvania, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 513 (1799)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Fries, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 515 (1799)

U.S. Reports: Bell's Lessee v. Levers, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 210 (1800)

U.S. Reports: Beissell v. Sholl, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 211 (1800)

U.S. Reports: Knox v. Greenleaf, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 360 (1802)

U.S. Reports: McFadden v. Parker, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 275 (1803)

U.S. Reports: Deshler v. Beery, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 300 (1804)

Map of the townships of Upper and Lower Nazareth, Northampton County, Pennsylvania /

Map of Northampton County, Pennsylvania /

Saucon Creek, Bingen

Map of Northampton Co., Pennsylvania : from actual surveys /

[Map of the counties of Bertie and Hertford and part of the county of Northampton, North Carolina].

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Hellertown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Garysburg, Northampton County, North Carolina

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Ingleside, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Ingleside, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Ward Farm, Franktown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Ward Farm, Franktown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Old Birds' Nest Tavern, Marionville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Vaucluse, Bridgetown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eyre Hall, Cherrystone Inlet, Northampton County, Virginia

[Old Birds' Nest Tavern, Marionville vicinity, Northampton County, Virginia. People on porch]

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Hungar's Church, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

[Brownsville marsh, Nassawadox, Northampton County, Virginia]

Kendall Grove, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Old Birds' Nest Tavern, Marionville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Elkington, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Elkington, Eastville vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Eastville Inn, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Eastville Inn, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Eastville Inn, Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia

Cobbs Hall, Northampton County, Virginia

Cobbs Hall, Northampton County, Virginia

H.S. Wimmer farm. Northampton Farms site. Butztown, Pennsylania

Barn on W.T. Huber's farm, Northampton Farms site. Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

H.S. Wimmer farm. Northampton Farms site. Butztown, Pennsylania

Sheriff's Office County Court House, Jackson, Northampton County, North Carolina

Old state post fence of W.T. Huber farm. Northampton Farms, Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

Old state post fence of W.T. Huber farm. Northampton Farms, Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

W.T. Huber from Northampton Farms site. Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

Barn on W.T. Huber's farm, Northampton Farms site. Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

W.T. Huber from Northampton Farms site. Hanoverville, Pennsylvania

Negro steelworkers. One of the many Negro operators of narrow guage locomotives that haul ingot and billet steel in the yards of a large East Coast steel mill is shown in the cab of his locomotive. Bethlehem Steel

Negro steelworker. This skilled Negro worker is operating a wire-drawing machine which draws steel strips through a die into wire in a large East Coast steel mill. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworkers. This Negro worker operates a fifty-ton crane which reclaims iron out of slag in the slag drop of a large East Coast steel mill which is working full capacity to speed war Production. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworkers. This operator of a mobile hoist is one of the various Negro employees of a large East Coast steel mill which has turned its facilities to 100 percent war Production. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworkers. This operator of a mobile hoist is one of the various Negro employees of a large East Coast steel mill which has turned its facilities to 100 percent war Production. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworkers. One of the many Negro operators of narrow guage locomotives that haul ingot and billet steel in the yards of a large East Coast steel mill is shown in the cab of his locomotive. Bethlehem Steel

Negro steelworker. Fred Heeben, veteran Negro worker employee of a large East Coast steel mill, is participating in his second world war production drive. This sixty-year-old war worker is shown on his bycicle rushing time cards and tools from one part of the massive steel plant to another. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworker. Fred Heeben, veteran Negro worker employee of a large East Coast steel mill, is participating in his second world war production drive. This sixty-year-old war worker is shown on his bycicle rushing time cards and tools from one part of the massive steel plant to another. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Negro steelworkers. This Negro worker operates a fifty-ton crane which reclaims iron out of slag in the slag drop of a large East Coast steel mill which is working full capacity to speed war Production. Bethlehem Fairfield Steel

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. Left to right: A.C. Dodson, secretary-treasurer of the Bach choir, president of the Weston Dodson company; Dr. W.L. Bates Jr., president of the Bach choir, chief surgeon at the Saint Lukes hospital; Mr. R.K. Laras, vice president of the Bach choir, president and owner of the R.L. Laras silk company

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. The Moravian trombone choir which plays chorales before the opening of each performance of the Bach choir

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. Left to right: Mack Harrell, bass; Victor Laderoute, tenor; Ruth Diehl, soprano; Ruth Terry, contralto; Mary Givens, accompanist; Dr. Ifor Jones, conductor, E. Power Biggs, organist

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. Fanny Harra, with the Bach choir for twenty-two years, sings second alto. She is the bursar of the Moravian Seminary for women

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. Fanny Harra, with the Bach choir for twenty-two years, sings second alto. She is the bursar of the Moravian Seminary for women

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. People on the lawn outside Packer Memorial Chapel during the afternoon performance of the choir

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. People on the lawn ouside Packer Memorial Chapel during the afternoon performance of the choir

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bach festival. People on the lawn ouside Packer Memorial Chapel during the afternoon performance of the choir

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