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Tuckahoes and Cohees : the settlers and cultures of Amherst and Nelson counties 1607-1807

Catherine Hawes Coleman Seaman
Books/Monographs
English
Sweet Brier, Virginia : Sweet Briar College Printing Press, c1992
x, 379 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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The "Cohees" was a culture which was derived from the Scots-Irish, Irish, and Germans who migrated into western Virginia, particularly the Shenandoah Valley. The "Tuckahoes" derived their culture from the settlers (British, Europeans, Indians and Africans) of Tidewater Coastal Plain and the Piedmont Plateau. They moved into the Goochland frontier which covered the present counties of Albemarle, Nelson and Amherst.

Bibliography: p. 356-361.

Includes index.

Contains descriptions of the Cohee and Tuckahoe cultures and a history of the settlement of Amherst and Nelson counties with genealogies of many early settlers.

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