Lost in Pennsylvania?: Try the Published “Pennsylvania Archives” (Google eBook)
Discusses the types of documents included in the various series of the Pennsylvania Archives, the best order to work through them to obtain the most results quickly, and routes to follow to locate a set of the Archives.
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Page 4 - Some volumes cannot be searched specifically for an ancestor's name. Localities often appear as subject headings, however, so if one knows where an ancestor lived, or has found a person with the same name as an ancestor in a certain locality, it is possible to check documents relating to that area in hopes of finding something interesting about, or related to the ancestor — perhaps a petition or other document the ancestor signed.