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County Court Records 1880 - 1885, Floyd County, Kentucky, Vol VI By James Alan Williams
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Volume VI. This is a transcription of the original Floyd County, KY court records 1880 - 1885. It includes County Court Book 13 as well as reference maps. At this time Floyd County included the... More > Beaver Creek portion of Knott County.< Less
County Court Records 1873 - 1880, Floyd County, Kentucky, Vol V By James Alan Williams
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Volume V. This is a transcription of the original Floyd County, KY court records 1873 - 1880. It includes County Court Book 12 as well as county militia lists 1872 - 1874 with reference maps. At... More > this time Floyd County included the Beaver Creek portion of Knott County.< Less
Bear Cub Adventure By Kathy Boyd Fellure
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The middle Blake sisters, Marsha and Becky, are going on a camping trip to Sugar Pine Point State Park, alone with their parents. The girls have dreams of campfires glowing, roasting hot dogs and... More > making s'mores, hiking, fishing, canoeing, stargazing... Disaster strikes when the Stinky Boy Cavendish brothers show up for the morning hike. What was the point of leaving their four sisters behind at the cabin if their parents invited the neighbors? Hike along and meet the Tahoe critters living in the the forest along the trail: raccoons, beavers, porcupines, squirrels and a Mama bear with her cub! What can the sisters do to make sure George and Robby don't tag along when they go fishing in General Creek or canoeing on the lake? A wise owl hoots in the tree above the girls' tent at night and their parents offer a surprise solution.< Less
Bear Cub Adventure By Kathy Boyd Fellure
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The middle Blake sisters, Marsha and Becky, are going on a camping trip to Sugar Pine Point State Park, alone with their parents. The girls have dreams of campfires glowing, roasting hot dogs and... More > making s'mores, hiking, fishing, canoeing, stargazing... Disaster strikes when the Stinky Boy Cavendish brothers show up for the morning hike. What was the point of leaving their four sisters behind at the cabin if their parents invited the neighbors? Join the hike and meet the Tahoe critters living in the the forest on the trail: raccoons, beavers, porcupines, squirrels and a Mama bear with her cub! What can the sisters do to make sure George and Robby don't tag along when they go fishing in General Creek or canoeing on the lake? A wise owl hoots answers from a tree above the girls' tent at night and their parents offer a surprise solution.< Less

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