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Re: Knipe family discovery Civil War
Posted by: Doug Date: August 16, 2001 at 15:27:44
In Reply to: Re: Knipe family discovery Civil War by Joan of 213

The museum is on 3rd Street Harrisburg, Pa. Dauphin County.

It is the Pa State Museum.

I am a descendent of Joseph Farmer Knipe.

The book is a paper back that the Mount Joy Historical Society created, written and researched by Jean H. Ellis. The book is called, "Tell General Lane to Come In."


Mount Joy is in Lancaster County Pa.

It eludes to the fact that Knipe may have injured Stonewall Jackson, which likely was the turning point in the civil war.

Vera E. Albert is the contact person at Mount Joy Historical Society.




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