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Kentland at Whitehorne : Virginia Tech's Agricultural Farm and families that owned it, Harmans, Buchanans, Triggs, Cloyds, Kents, Cowans, Bells, Adams

by Patricia Givens Johnson
Books/Monographs
English
Blacksburg, Virginia : Walpa Publishing, c1995
[3], 84, vii, [6] p. : ill., maps, ports.

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The farm or plantation called Kentland is located in Montgomery County, Virginia. It was first settled by the Harman family in 1745. The Kentland mansion was built by the Kent family in the 1820's. The plantation changed owners several times until it was purchased in 1985 by Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Contains a history of Kentland Plantation (or Farm) and the families who owned it.

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