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Early adventurers on the western waters

  • The New River of Virginia in pioneer days, 1745-1800
  • Early adventurers in the town of Evansham, the county seat of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1839
by Mary B. Kegley and F. B. Kegley
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
  • Orange, Virginia : Green Publishers, c1980, 1982
  • Wytheville, Virginia : Kegley Books, c1995, 1998
6 v. : ill., maps, ports.
  • 0964131501 v 3
  • 0964131536

Notes

Vol. 2-4 were compiled by only Mary B. Kegley.

Books may focus on Wythe County, Virginia, and its environs.

Evansham was an early name for Wytheville.

Includes bibliographies.

Includes indexes.

Contents: v. 1-2. The New River of Virginia in pioneer days, 1745-1800 -- v. 3 pt. 1-2. The New River of Virginia in pioneer days, 1745-1805 -- v. 4. Early adventurers in the town of Evansham, the county seat of Wythe County, Virginia, 1790-1839 -- v. 5. The New River of Virginia in pioneer days, 1745-1820.

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