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Virginia settlers

VAST
by A. Maxim Coppage III
Serial
English
  • [Concord, California] : A. Maxim Coppage, c1988-1990
  • Walnut Creek, California : A.M. Coppage, c1994-1997
[10] v. : ill., maps
Vol. 2 no. 1 (autumn [1984])-[v. 14, no. 4 (summer/fall 1997)]

Notes

This seems to have started as a monographic series with v. 1 but changes to a serial with v. 2. Vol. 1 cataloged separately as a book.

Quarterly.

Numbering irregular.

The last issue was published in Summer/Fall 1997.

Vols. 2-4 are individually indexed.

Vol. 2 is probably a reprint of the quarterly 'Virginia settlers' v. 2 no. 1 (Autumn [1984])- v. 3 [i.e. v. 4 no. 2] (Winter 1986 [i.e. 1987]) including the families Arrington-Tippett. Vol. 3 is probably a reprint of v. 4 [i.e. v. 4 no. 3] (Spring 1987)-v. [4?] [i.e. v. 8 no. 2] (Winter 1990) with maps and miscellaneous articles. Vol. 4 is probably a reprint of [v. 8 no. 3?] Spring 1991-[v. 12 no. 1?] Fall [1994?]. Vol. 5 contains original issues for [v. 12 no. 2?] Winter 1994-[v. 14 no. 4?] Summer/Fall 1997.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under VAST.

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