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Keels provides an astonishing amount of historical and visual commentary on the entire range of Philadelphia's cemeteries....The chapter on African American burial sites is exemplary. --CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship, Summer 2005
Keels details the fates of long-forgotten graveyards....He discusses with passion the living neighborhood histories, and how too quickly our societies have allowed these memorials to fall. --Philadelphia City Paper, January 22-28, 2004
Thomas H. Keels is a Philadelphia writer, historian, and cemetery tour guide. His first book, Chestnut Hill, was published by Arcadia in 2002.
Gift for a loved one but I had to read it first.Great great book! So many facts. I enjoyed this very much. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jillian Gibson
As you see, I'm a collector of the brand Images of America. These books are right to the point with great pictures and narrative. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Kimberly A. Killeri