References

Parker, Scott K.  2014

What's So Important About Soil Layers.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. VII No. 2

Parker, Scott K.  2009

Bourns Archaeology - The Beginning.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. II No. 1

Parker, Scott K.  2013

2013 Field Season - The Year of the Curve Ball.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. VI No. 1

Parker, Scott K.  2010

Finding John Bourns House.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. III No. 2

Parker, Scott K.  2011

John Bourns' House.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. IV No. 2

Archaeology

Artifacts

Local & Regional History

Education

Historic Preservation

Dorsett, Todd A.  1983

The Family of John Stoner of Annarundel.  Antietam Ancestors, Vol. 1 No. 1.

Parker, Scott K.  2009

Artifacts and Who They Belong To - Examples from Document Number FC1038.  The LACI Lowdown.  Vol. II No. 1

Parker, Scott K.  2012

Exploring The David Stoner House.  The LACI Lowdown.  Vol. VII No. 1

Parker, Scott K.  2011

Bourns Artifacts.  The LACI Lowdown.  Vol. IV No. 2

Dorsett, Todd Andrew  1999

John Bourns: Sicklesmith of Roadside.  Antietam Ancestors. Waynesboro Historical Society, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Vol. VII, No's. 1 & 2.

McCauley, I. H. 1878

Historical Sketch of Franklin County, Pennsylvania.  D.F. Pursel, Chambersburg, PA.

Nead, Benjamin M. 1900

Waynesboro. Harrisburg Publishing Co., Harrisburg, PA.

Stoner, Jacob H. 1947

Historical Papers, Franklin County and the Cumberland Valley Pennsylvania. The Craft Press, Inc., Chambersburg, PA.

Rouse, Park 2001

The Great Wagon Road from Philadelphia to the South.  reprinting by The Dietz Press, Richmond, VA.

original printing 1915.

Parker, Scott K.  2013

What We Have Learned About the David Stoner House.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol. VI No. 1

Parker, Jim  2010

Newspapers and Household Goods. The LACI Lowdown. Vol III No. 2

Parker, Jim  2010

All History is Local:  Students can - and should - venture beyond classrooms to learn roots, heritage of their hometowns The LACI Lowdown. Vol III No. 1

Parker, Scott 2014

LACIs Education Initiative. The LACI Lowdown. Vol VII No. 2

Parker, Scott 2010

Children Back on the Bourns Farm. The LACI Lowdown. Vol III No. 2

Parker, Howard 2011

Thinking About Critical Thinking. The LACI Lowdown. Vol IV No. 1

Parker, Scott  2012

Thinking About Critical Thinking. . . Again. The LACI Lowdown. Vol V No. 1

Parker, Scott  2014

What We Have Learned About the Stoners.  The LACI Lowdown Vol VII No. 1

Parker, Howard  2011

The Need for a Plan.  The LACI Lowdown Vol IV No. 2

Parker, Scott   2011

Why Preservation Should Be Proactive, Not Reactive  The LACI Lowdown Vol IV No. 2

Parker, Howard  2010

Lets All Work Together  The LACI Lowdown Vol III No. 1

Architectural History

Historic Buildings Restoration

Diagnostic Artifacts In Maryland

www.jefpat.org

Parker, Jim  2012

Remembering Dad the Prez.  The LACI Lowdown Vol V No. 1

Material Culture & Documentary Research

Parker, Jim  2009

LACI's Nwspaper, Magazine Collection Offers Insights Into 19th Century Journalism, Area History.  The LACI Lowdown Vol II No. 1

Parker, Scott  2010

The Story of Queensware. The LACI Lowdown Vol III No. 2

Parker, Jim  2010

Newspapers and Household Goods. The LACI Lowdown Vol III No. 2

Parker, Scott  2014

So, What’s a Porringer? The LACI Lowdown Vol. VII No. 1

American & World History

Parker, Jim  2011

The Civil War.  The LACI Lowdown Vol IV No. 2

Parker, Scott  2012

John Francis Bourns and The Children of the Battlefield. The LACI Lowdown Vol V No. 1

Parker, Scott 2014

Living Between the Lines:  Mason Dixon, The Temporary Line and the Steiner Family. The LACI Lowdown Vol VII No. 2

Parker, Scott 2014

There's No Place Like Home - The Cholera Pandemic in the 1830s.  The LACI Lowdown. Vol VII No. 2

Military History

Fendrick, Virginia S. 1969

American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County Pennsylvania.  Historical Works Committee, Franklin County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Chambersburg, PA.

PHMC 2006

The Revolutionary War.  Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission, Pennsylvania State Archives.

PPA Vol. 6

Associators and Militia, County of Cumberland.  Pennsylvania Printed Archives, Vol. VI, 5th Series.