The History of Randolph County, West Virginia. From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present. Hu Maxwell.

The History of Randolph County, West Virginia. From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present

Embracing Records of All the Leading Families, Reminiscences and Traditions, Early Life and Hardships, Internal Improvements, Roads, Mills, Forts, Courts, Officers, Soldiers, Churches, Schools, Towns, Railroads, Forests, Coal, and Other Natural Resources, Giving Special Attention to the County's Modern History and Improvements. The Civil War as it Affected the County and People, From the Official Records Both Federal and Confederate, Including Personal Sketches and Adventure. Also Randolph's Part in the French and Indian War, The Revolution, The War of 1812, The Mexican and Spanish War. Parsons, West Virginia: McClain Printing Company, 1961.

Reprinted. Hardcover. Octavo. 531 pages. Illustrations. Blue cloth hardcover with gilt title on the spine. The cloth binding has some white spots resembling paint on the covers. A few spots to the foredge. Light shelf wear to the cloth. Name of Wilson T. Kump on the right front flyleaf. A fair to good copy. Originally published in Morgantown, West Virginia in 1898. Good. Item #22719

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