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A history, now available online, was published soon after the close of World War I:
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A history, now available online, was published soon after the close of World War I:  
  
:*Landis, Charles I. "History of the Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike: The First Long Turnpike in the United States," ''The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography,'' Vol. 42 (1918):1-28; Vol. 42 (1918):127-140; Vol. 42 (1918):235-258; Vol. 42 (1918):358-360. For free online access, see [http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Source:Historical_Society_of_Pennsylvania._Pennsylvania_Magazine_of_History_and_Biography WeRelate].
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:*Landis, Charles I. "History of the Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike: The First Long Turnpike in the United States," ''The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography,'' Vol. 42 (1918):1-28; Vol. 42 (1918):127-140; Vol. 42 (1918):235-258; Vol. 42 (1918):358-360; Vol. 43 (1919):84-90; Vol. 43 (1919):182-190. For free online access, see [http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Source:Historical_Society_of_Pennsylvania._Pennsylvania_Magazine_of_History_and_Biography WeRelate].
  
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Revision as of 23:49, 17 May 2012

A history, now available online, was published soon after the close of World War I:

  • Landis, Charles I. "History of the Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike: The First Long Turnpike in the United States," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 42 (1918):1-28; Vol. 42 (1918):127-140; Vol. 42 (1918):235-258; Vol. 42 (1918):358-360; Vol. 43 (1919):84-90; Vol. 43 (1919):182-190. For free online access, see WeRelate.