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History Of Tazewell County And Southwest Virginia, 1748-1920 On CD

History Of Tazewell County And Southwest Virginia, 1748-1920 On CD

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Pendleton, William Cecil. History of Tazewell County and southwest Virginia, 1748-1920 Richmond: W.C. Hill Print. Co., 1920, 715 pgs. Front matter Aboriginal period: Which treats of the origin of the American Indians, their forms of government, civilization, religion, etc. Sketches of pioneer families": p. 401-433. Includes index. Title page Non-Indexed Pages #1 Contents Period of discovery and colonization: Relating the discoveries and conquests of the Spaniards, and the discoveries and settlements of the French and English in America Pioneer period: Embracing discovery and settlement of the Shenandoah, Roanoke, New River, Holston and Clinch Valleys and Kentucky Appendices---Pioneer period: A--Sketches of pioneer families; B--Massacres by Indians Ante-Bellum, of formative period: from organization of Tazewell County to 1861 War and Reconstruction period: detailing the causes of the Civil War and what transpired from 1861 to 1870 Post Bellum or development period: showing the progress make by Tazewell County following the Civil War and Reconstruction Non-Indexed Pages #2 Index

 

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