Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies

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Steel Mills, Homestead, PA, c. 1909

The editor invites the submission of articles dealing with the history of Pennsylvania and the Middle Atlantic region, regardless of their specialty. Prospective authors are urged to review past issues of Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, where they will note articles in social, intellectual, economic, environmental, political, and cultural history, from the distant and recent past. Articles may investigate new areas of research or they may reflect on past scholarship. Material that is primarily of an antiquarian or genealogical nature will not be considered.

Pennsylvania History publishes documents previously unpublished and of interest to scholars of the Middle Atlantic region. The Journal also reviews books, exhibits, and other media dealing primarily with Pennsylvania History or that shed significant light on the state’s past.

Editor: William Pencak, wap1@psu.edu, Penn State University, University Park, PA 16802

Associate Editor / Book Review Editor: Beverly Tomek, tomekb@uhv.edu, University of Houston at Victoria, Victoria, TX 77901

Send books for review and names of individuals who wish to review for the Journal to Laura Keenan Spero. Suggestions for special issues and museum/public history reviews and the journal’s annual “Special issue” in the summer, please contact William Pencak.

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Submission Guidelines

Please conform to the Chicago Manual of Style in preparing your manuscript and submit an electronic copy in Microsoft Word format to the editor via email. News of meetings, projects, exhibits, manuscripts, and related matters for the Announcements Page should be send to the editor at the email address above.

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Subscriptions

Pennsylvania History is published quarterly by the Pennsylvania Historical Association and the Pennsylvania State University Press. Subscriptions to the journal are included in annual memberships. To become a member see the membership page.

Address changes and questions regarding missing or damaged issues should be directed to Karen Guenther.

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