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Jay A. Campbell
Yeoman of the Revolution: The Untold Story of Joel Campbell 1735 - 1828 By Jay A. Campbell
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Joel Campbell was a third generation American whose long lifetime spanned three world wars, two religious reawakenings, and the birth of a new nation. He settled wilderness areas in three states and... More > left a multitude of descendants. This is his story. The e-book contains color maps, images, and links to supplemental content.< Less
Yeoman of the Revolution: The Untold Story of Joel Campbell 1735-1828 By Jay A. Campbell
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Joel Campbell was a third generation American whose long lifetime spanned three world wars, two religious reawakenings, and the birth of a new nation. He settled wilderness areas in three states and... More > left a multitude of descendants. This is his story.< Less
1685 - The Year that Changed Scotland and Clan Campbell By Jay A. Campbell
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The tumultuous year of 1685 in Scotland is told through a collection of vignettes about people and places. Two very different "Archibald Campbell"s are highlighted. One was the most... More > powerful man in Scotland, the 9th Earl of Argyll. The other was a poor tenant farmer in the highland valley of Glendaruel. The year would end tragically for both of these families. The 102-page book contains almost one hundred full-color photos, maps, and portraits. The book sits well on a coffee table or in the backpack of the tourist seeking Campbell sites. The book will be of special interest to the descendants of Archibald Campbell, tenant farmer, whose son found himself in the Province of New Jersey at the end of 1685. Subjects featured in the vignettes include: Kildalvan, Glendaruel, Eilean Dearg, Argyll Stone, Netherbow Port, Argyle Tower, Canongate Tolbooth, Mercat Cross, Leith, the Henry & Francis, and more. This is the paperback version of the hardcover book printed on slightly lower quality paper.< Less
1685 - The Year that Changed Scotland and Clan Campbell By Jay A. Campbell
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The tumultuous year of 1685 in Scotland is told through a collection of vignettes about people and places. Two very different "Archibald Campbell"s are highlighted. One was the most... More > powerful man in Scotland, the 9th Earl of Argyll. The other was a poor tenant farmer in the highland valley of Glendaruel. The year would end tragically for both of these families. The 102-page book contains almost one hundred full-color photos, maps, and portraits. It contains urls to relevant websites for the researcher and GPS coordinates for the explorer. The book sits well on a coffee table or in the backpack of the tourist seeking Campbell sites. The book will be of special interest to the descendants of Archibald Campbell, tenant farmer, whose son found himself in the Province of New Jersey at the end of 1685. Subjects featured in the vignettes include: Kildalvan, Glendaruel, Eilean Dearg, Argyll Stone, Netherbow Port, Argyle Tower, Canongate Tolbooth, Mercat Cross, Leith, the Henry & Francis, and more.< Less