Originally published in 1912. A collection of stories focusing on Pennsylvania's folklore, history, and wildlife, set in the Bald Eagle Mountains of Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Juniata, and Union counties.
A collection of stories about wolves in Pennsylvania, originally published in 1914. Includes interviews with some of the state’s famous wolf hunters and period photographs of the hunters and their prey.
A collection of Pennsylvania folklore recorded by Henry W. Shoemaker, originally published in 1913 by the Bright Printing Company. Includes stories from the Seven Mountains, located in Mifflin, Centre, and Juniata Counties.
A collection of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century folk songs and ballads, compiled with the assistance of John C. French and John H. Chatham from Union, Snyder, Centre, Lycoming, Clinton, Tioga, Potter, McKean, Forest, Cameron, Elk, and Clearfield Counties in Pennsylvania.
Approach to the Psychiatric Patient consists of more than 100 essays that address one of 10 carefully selected psychiatric cases. The essays reflect the breadth of modern psychiatry, the cases span the diagnostic spectrum, and the situations range from emergency rooms and inpatient services to outpatient psychotherapy offices.