Henry C. Bradsby
|Occupation||Historian and biographer|
|Subject||United States local history|
Colonel Henry C. Bradsby, often credited as H.C. Bradsby, was a late 19th-century historian and biographer. Many of his works are extensive local histories of various United States counties in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and Pennsylvania, several of which totaled more than a thousand pages.
- History of Arkansas
- Battle of Gettysburg
- History of Illinois
- History of Bureau County, Illinois (1885)
- History of Cumberland and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania (1886) with Aaron Sheely, M.A. Leeson, and others
- History of Columbia and Montour Counties, Pennsylvania (1887) with Samuel P. Bates, H.C. Bell, J.H. Battle
- Commemorative Biographical and Historical Record of Kane County, Illinois (1888)
- History of Vigo County, Indiana, with Biographical Selections (1891)
- History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Selections (1891)
- History of Luzerne County Pennsylvania (1893)
- Bradsby, Henry C. (August 12, 1885). "History of Bureau County, Illinois". Unigraphic – via Google Books.
- Bradsby, Henry C. (August 12, 1891). "History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania: With Biographical Selections". S. B. Nelson – via Google Books.
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