Lorne Greene - The Colonial Keystone: Pennsylvania (LP, Album) (NM or M- / NM or M-)

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Media Condition:  Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Factory sealed.

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Country:    US  
Genre:       Non-Music
Style:         Education, Spoken Word


The Official Pennsylvania Album Bicentennial Pennsylvania 1976 So your children can tell their children. Musicians courtesy of Susquehanna Sound Productions. Actors through Brookside Playhouse, Selinsgrove, Pa. Recorded and Remixed at Susquehanna Sound Productions, Northumberland, Pennsylvania. Recorded: June-July-August 1975. Copyright: Susquehanna Records. Publisher: Winfield Publishing Company, Northumberland, Pa. [Liner "In the year 1681, a charter signed by King Charles II gave shape to a new provincial colony. The proprietorship was given to William Penn and it is from this great man that the province gained its title. Penn was reputedly modest about lending his name to the land, but controlling his pride would have been difficult had he been able to see his colony's role in founding this nation. As Penn's Sylvania prospered, its importance in colonial America grew. Among the colony's greatest assets was Philadelphia, the second largest city in the English Empire. Being a profitable city and well located geographically, it became a "keystone" where the Second Continental Congress was to meet and the Declaration of Independence would be signed. This album, while highlighting Pennsylvannia's role in the development of this country, shows the impact of the whole colonial struggle to free itself from English rule. It is based on factual material with the research coming from primary sources and the dramatizations based on actual events. Here, then, is a tribute to Pennsylvania as narrated by Lorne Greene and backed by an original and highly innovative sound score."


A. The Colonial Keystone
B. The Colonial Keystone


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Recorded At Susquehanna Sound

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