Journals

Journal of Erie Studies from the Jefferson Educational Society

The Jefferson Educational Society publishes new volumes of the Journal of Erie Studies on a regular basis. Contact us for additional information, or to learn more about how to acquire one of the volumes.

The Journal of Erie Studies: Vol. 40, No. 1 -- Fall 2015

After an eight-year-long printing hiatus, The Journal of Erie Studies is back!

The Jefferson Educational Society is proud to (re)introduce TheJournal through our partnership with The Historical Society of ErieCounty -- an effort that began in 2014 -- to ensure that readers in the Erie region and beyond have access to vital research on myriad topics.

Vol. 40, No. 1 features research on the economic impact of social class on the War of 1812, the perception of Canada by Americans living in the colonies prior to 1812, Erie's Mill Creek Flood of 1915, and the LakeErie Watershed through Pennsylvania's prehistoric archaeology.

To obtain a copy of The Journal of Erie Studies, please visit The Jefferson at 3207 State Street, Erie, Pa. 16508 or contact us at 814.459.8000.

The Journal of Erie Studies: Vol. 39, No. 1 -- Fall 2014

After an eight-year-long printing hiatus, The Journal of Erie Studies is back!

The Jefferson Educational Society is proud to (re)introduce TheJournal through our partnership with The Historical Society of ErieCounty -- an effort that began in 2014 -- to ensure that readers in the Erieregion and beyond have access to vital research on myriad topics.

Vol. 40, No. 1 features research on the confrontation between Captain Paul Marin and Tanacharison at For de la Presqu'ile, a examination of two-hundred years of epitaph memorialization in Erie County, an analysis of the human impact on natural resources of the Pennsylvania Lake Erie Watershed from pre-settlement to the present, and a look at the transformation of public opinion in prohibition-era Erie.

To obtain a copy of The Journal of Erie Studies, please visit The Jefferson at 3207 State Street, Erie, Pa. 16508 or contact us at 814.459.8000.