- Lambertville Race Riot (Bucks County Intelligencer, September 20th, 1870)
- Moss Giel Rock (by Cyrus Livezey, Doylestown Democrat, November 28th, 1876)
- Skeleton Found in Huffnagle’s Woods (The Newhope Weekly, Friday, July 25th 1913)/Identified as Almshouse Inmate (The Newhope Weekly– Friday, August 1, 1913) [photo]
- Stranger Found Dead at Lime Kiln (Doylestown Democrat from November 2, 1880)
- Recollections of the Solebury Friends’ School from 1836 to 1846 (by Eastburn Reeder, Daily Intelligencer, October 9th, 1897)
- Solebury 1938 Tax Roll – (part 1) (part 2) – Warning: Very Large Files containing images of the complete 115 page document.
- An Epistle of Caution and Advice, Concerning the Buying and Keeping of Slaves. Philadelphia: Printed by James Chattin, in Church-Alley. 1754.
- Boston Aid Letter – Written by Moses Brown to Buckingham Friends Meeting recounting a Quaker aid mission to the Boston area during the British occupation of the city in the Revolution.
- Extracts from Philadlephia 1712 – This copy was sent to Middletown Monthly Meeting.
- W.W.H. Davis’ History of Bucks County – The most comprehensive and reliable source on the early history of Bucks County. Originally published in 1876, this is the 1905 reissue.
- A Collection of Papers Read Before the Bucks County Historical Society:
- York Road, Old and New (1892) – History of the Old York Road, the first route from Philadelphia to New York City.
- Lime Burning Industry, Its Rise and Decay in Bucks – Warren S. Ely, 1910 (Published in Historical Society Papers Vol. IV)