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Shenandoah County, Virginia : a study of the 1860 census : with supplemental data

Marvin J. Vann
Books/Monographs
English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, c1993-2009
v. : ill., ports.
  • 1556138520 v 1
  • 078840394X v 3
  • 0788409697 v. 4

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Includes bibliographies.

Includes indexes.

Contents: v. 1. Edinburg, Woodstock, Edinburg District, and Powells Fort -- v. 2. Powells Fort, Edinburg District, Mt. Jackson -- v. 3. Mt. Jackson District, New Market District, New Market -- v. 4. Mt. Jackson District, Forestville, Forestville District, Moore's Mill, Moore's Store, Moore's Store District, Mt. Clifton District, Mt. Clifton, Orkney Springs District, and Lantz Mill District. -- v. 6. Mt. Clifton District, Mt. Jackson District, Hamburg District, Cabin Hill District, cemeteries -- v. 7. Strasburg. Strasburg District, Lanz Mill District, Columbia Furnace District, Woodstock V, cemeteries -- v. 8. Woodstock District -- v. 10. Strasburg District, Crossroads District, Mount Olive District, cemeteries -- v. 11. Comprehensive every name index / Marvin J. Vann, Paul D. Stoneburner.

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