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A Geological Reconnaissance of the Region Adjacent to the Kentucky & Virginia State Line, from Cumberland Gap to the Chatterawha or Big Sandy River By P. N. Moore
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A geological exploration of the Virginia Kentucky border area. Indexed.
"Into Barboursville, Ky. to Destroy Camp Andy" By Ray Adkins
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The story of the first Confederate victory in Kentucky. Sept 19,1861. Gen Zollicoffers Confederate troops destroy Camp Andrew Johnson, A Union recruitment camp.The first Confederate officer Lt Robert... More > Powell was killed on Sept. 19,1861.< Less
"Into Barboursville, Ky. to Destroy Camp Andy" By Ray Adkins
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The story of the first Confederate victory in Kentucky. Sept 19,1861. Gen Zollicoffers Confederate troops destroy Camp Andrew Johnson, A Union recruitment camp.The first Confederate officer Lt Robert... More > Powell was killed on Sept. 19,1861.< Less
Settlers, Soldiers and Survivors By Sadye Scott-Hainchek
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The first of my maternal ancestors arrived within a decade of the Pilgrims, and the rest of the families his married into began arriving steadily thereafter. I chronicle their experiences as... More > settlers, soldiers and survivors as they intersect with American history.< Less
Four Women: One War By David Chaltas
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FOUR WOMEN: ONE WAR is a delightful play rooted in the epic saga of the War Between the States. The play consists of four acts, each with separate scenes depicting the worries of a union wife for... More > her beloved husband. The other reflects a confederate wife who is dealing with the loss of her son and Old Maw, a family slave. Old Maw has been the nanny of the children since their birth and she vows to protect them even from the grave. Ms. Summer is a twelve year old child who longs to have her younger brother back from searching for her father. A couple of scenes offer insights into the soldiers on both sides, as they prepare to go home after the war's end. The conclusion affords an on the edge of the seat experience as they are left wondering who will make it home and who will remain on the fields of glory. Come along on the journey, as Four Women reflect upon One War.< Less
County Court Records 1800-1816, Knox Co, KY By James Alan Williams
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This is an abstracted transcription of Knox County Court Book A, June 1800 - February 1816.
Four Women: One War By David Chaltas
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FOUR WOMEN: ONE WAR is a delightful play rooted in the epic saga of the War Between the States. The play consists of four acts, each with separate scenes depicting the worries of a union wife for... More > her beloved husband. The other reflects a confederate wife who is dealing with the loss of her son and Old Maw, a family slave. Old Maw has been the nanny of the children since their birth and she vows to protect them even from the grave. Ms. Summer is a twelve year old child who longs to have her younger brother back from searching for her father. A couple of scenes offer insights into the soldiers on both sides, as they prepare to go home after the war's end. The conclusion affords an on the edge of the seat experience as they are left wondering who will make it home and who will remain on the fields of glory. Come along on the journey, as Four Women reflect upon One War.< Less
Slow Travels-Tennessee By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels--Tennessee is the third in our new Slow Travels series. U.S. Highways 11, 25, 31, and 70 are followed through the State, examining a cross-section for Tennessee and providing a wealth of... More > historical information along the way. Seven maps provide reference points along the way. Your purchase includes a $1 donation to the American Trails Preservation Trust. The Slow Travels series encourages the driving tourist to take the slower paced route, and see the rich history which lies along that highway. Not only are the more popular sites examined, but you are also shown the many places in between those sites which are most often overlooked. 90% of our history is either distinguished by only a marker or no marker at all. That is the history most travelers are missing, and that is what the purpose of Caddo Publications USA is, to bring that missing history to everyone's attention.< Less
Slow Travels-Tennessee By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels--Tennessee is the third in our new Slow Travels series. U.S. Highways 11, 25, 31, and 70 are followed through the State, examining a cross-section for Tennessee and providing a wealth of... More > historical information along the way. Seven maps provide reference points along the way. Your purchase includes a $1 donation to the American Trails Preservation Trust. The Slow Travels series encourages the driving tourist to take the slower paced route, and see the rich history which lies along that highway. Not only are the more popular sites examined, but you are also shown the many places in between those sites which are most often overlooked. 90% of our history is either distinguished by only a marker or no marker at all. That is the history most travelers are missing, and that is what the purpose of Caddo Publications USA is, to bring that missing history to everyone's attention.< Less
The Rattan Family: Pioneers in America By J. Michael McKeever
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History and genealogy of the Rattan family, beginning in the 1720s. Author J. Michael McKeever shares the results of his thirty-seven years of research to discover the lost story of his family. The... More > patriarch of the family, Richard Rattan (ca. 1700), married Hepzibah Biddle in Charleston, South Carolina in 1721. This book follows the Rattans into backcounty South Carolina, through the Revolutionary War, and eventually through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky where they remained until 1804. At that time the family split with some moving to Tennessee and some to Illinois. In Illinois they established new farms, built a tavern, a hotel, a courthouse, an important bridge, and a church. Beginning in 1835 most of the family moved to Texas where they established new farms, and some became Texas Rangers. Some lost their lives in battle with Indians. The book contains a family tree with over 1000 descendants of Richard Rattan. It also has a complete index, including all members in the family tree.< Less