|Butko, Brian||Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania||Advisory Board Member|
|Davis, Jeffrey A.||Bloomsburg University||Advisory Board Member|
|Dieterich-Ward, Allen J.||Shippensburg University||Review Editor|
|Frantz, John B.||The Pennsylvania Historical Association||Advisory Board Member|
|Gaskell, Tamara||Historical Society of Pennsylvania||Advisory Board Member, List Editor|
|Guenther, Karen||Mansfield University||Advisory Board Member|
|Janofsky, Jennifer||McNeil Center, University of Pennsylvania||Advisory Board Member, List Editor|
|Nemeth, Tammy||Review Editor|
|Potter, Peter J.||Penn State University Press||Advisory Board Member|
|Remer, Rosalind||Benjamin Franklin Tercentenary||Advisory Board Member|
|Richter, Daniel K.||University of Pennsylvania||Advisory Board Member|
|Wolensky, Kenneth C.||Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission||Advisory Board Member|
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