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Centennial History Of Davidson County, North Carolina On CD

Centennial History Of Davidson County, North Carolina On CD

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Leonard, Jacob Calvin, Centennial history of Davidson County, North Carolina Raleigh N.C.: Edwards & Broughton, 1927, 537 pgs. Title page Non-Indexed Pages #1 Contents Centennial history of Davidson County North Carolina. Chapter I. Act creating Davidson County Chapter II. How and when the one hundred counties of North Carolina originated Chapter III. Building the foundations of Davidson County Chapter IV. Selection of a capital for the new county Chapter V. County officers and court proceedings Non-Indexed Pages #2 Chapter VI. Farms, farm products, grist mills Chapter VII. Banks of Davidson County Non-Indexed Pages #3 Chapter VIII. Davidson County newspapers Chapter IX. The Junior Order United American Mechanics National Orphans' Home Chapter X. Racial types of Davidson County citizenship Chapter XI. Daniel Boone, pioneer, pathfinder Chapter XII. General Nathaniel Greene and Daniel Boone tablet Chapter XIII. Public and private schools Chapter XIV. Davidson County in military service Non-Indexed Pages #4 Chapter XV. Lexington, capital of Davidson County Non-Indexed Pages #5 Chapter XVI. Thomasville, a thriving city Chapter XVII. Religious forces of Davidson County Non-Indexed Pages #6 Chapter XVIII. A unique county in the heart of a great state

 

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