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History of Rockingham County N.H. By Charles A. Hazlett
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Originally published in 1915. This is about the towns of Rockingham County, it's people, settlements, military, churches, etc. It has some illustrations in it along with some very nice engraved... More > portraits. A great resource for genealogist and historians. 1212 pages.< Less
Rockingham County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1822-1893) By Stewart Dunaway
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Rockingham County was formed in 1785 from the top portion of Guilford County (which was formed from Rowan and Orange County). The county courthouse will be destroyed by fire, thus the loss of the... More > older records. However, prior to 1785 the records can be located in the Guilford County Collection. This is a small collection, but includes one map/drawing and other documents which document some early roads and early residents. A detailed index (names = Last, First) is included.< Less
Stokes County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records - Vol. 6 (Undated Records) By Stewart Dunaway
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Stokes County was formed in 1789 from part of Surry County. Surry County was formed from Rowan in 1771. Stokes resides on the west side of Rockingham County. From west to east, Surry, Stokes,... More > Rockingham, Caswell and Person County follow the Virginia border, and almost every one of these counties are literally the same north-south size. ALSO the reader needs to be aware that Stokes County will be carved up losing its southern part to the formation of Forsythe (1849) Co. Therefore, the records in this book will use rivers and locations that reside in both counties – today. Stokes County has the largest collection of road and bridge records for the entire state. Ten boxes contain records from the 18th century well into the modern times of the 20th century. This is the sixth and final volume – and needs to be alongside the researcher – as this book might contain a companion (or missing) document which did not have a date – thus placed in this “catch all” collection of – No Dates.< Less
The Importance of Saving Seed and the Taste of Persimmon Beer: A View of the Valley From Holsinger Town 1773-1973 (small print paperback) By Earl Holsinger
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Earl Holsinger's memoirs on life in Rockingham County, VA.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About The Wampus Cats By John Marshall Carter
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This book includes 100 questions and answers about the folk-rock band The Wampus Cats.
The Martin Family History Volume II Col. James Martin (1742-1834) and Martha [Martin] Rogers (1744-1825) By Francie Lane
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The family and descendants of Col. James Martin (1742-1834) of Stokes County, North Carolina and his sister Martha [Martin] Rogers (1744-1825) of Rockingham County, North Carolina and Williamson... More > & Montgomery Counties, Tennessee and the allied families of Henderson, Searcy, Hunter, Bradley, Alexander, Hughes, Dearing and Scales.< Less
Settle: A Family Journey Through Slavery By Charles D. Rodenbough
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Although this is an historical novel, it is based on a factual family and branches of that family with different racial identities. Since this is such a well known family in the South and it had a... More > record of racial mixing during slavery and a shared concern for the Union and racial justice, there are mixed venues in which to examine particular racial attitudes within the family. I have used dialogue to interpret what might have been the discussions within the family but have added Editor's Notes in order to distinguish facts and a Bibliography to identify my sources. There is also a Teaching Supplement available to use in schools or as home study, of interpretive racial history. This method is particularly designed to assist African American children to use the interpretation of history within this family for understanding Justice and to gain greater self awareness and identity. This book is part of the Sauratown Project-Understanding the Flow of Ancestry.< Less