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Boyd, C.R.

1881 South-West Virginia Showing the Mineral Deposits of Iron, Coal, Zinc, Copper and Lead. Also, the Staples of the Various Counties Methods of Transportation, Access and Etc. John Wiley and Sons, New York.

 

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Cox, W. Eugene and Joyce Cox

2007 Keokee, Virginia: Origins of an Appalachian Coal Mining Community. Keokee High School Alumni Association, Inc. Johnson City, Tennessee.

 

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2015 About Wilderness Road State Park. Friends of Wilderness Road State Park. Web. <http://www.friendsofwildernessroad.org/park.html>

 

Gannett, Henry

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Hagy, James W.

1967 The Frontier at Castle’s Woods, 1769-1786. The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 75(4): 410-428.

 

Harrison, Rodney.

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Holt, Wythe W. jr.

1968 Constitutional Revision in Virginia, 1902 and 1928: Some Lessons on Roadblocks to Institutional Reform. Virginia Law Review. Vol. 54, No. 5 pgs. 903-927.

 

Horne, John C. Van

1975 The Correspondence of William Nelson as Acting Governor of Virginia, 1770-1771. Published for the Virginia Historical Scoiety the Univeristy Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. Pg.176.

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Hudson, Charles

  1976 The Southeastern Indians. The University of Tennessee Press. Knoxville,    Tennessee.

 

Jeffery, Thomas

1755 North America from the French of Mr. D'Anville, improved with the back settlements of Virginia and course of Ohio, illustrated with geographical and historical remarks. Map on file, Digital Commonwealth Massachusetts Collection Online Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Johnston, David E.

1906 A History of Middle New River Settlements and Contiguous Territory. Standard Ptg. & Pub. Co., Huntington W. Va.

 

Kincaid, Robert

1966 The Wilderness Road. Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee.

 

Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara

1995 Theorizing Heritage. Ethnomusicology 39(3):367-380.

 

Lowe, Robert G.

1972 Virginia's Reconstruction Convention. General Schofield Rates the Delegates. The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 80(3):341-360.

 

Luckett, William W.

1964 Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 23(4):303-320.

 

Maeer, Gareth

2014 The Values and Benefits of Heritage: Do Economists Think about More than Money? APT Bulletin 45(2/3, Special Issue on Values-Based Preservation): 57-63.

 

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McAnear, Beverly

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McKnight, Brian Dallas

2006 Contested Borderland: The Civil War in Appalachian Kentucky and Virginia. University of Kentucky Press. Lexington, Kentucky.

 

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Milspaw, Yvonne J.

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Morgan, Robert

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National Park Service

2016 CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA TROOPS: 64th Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry. Web page. National Park Service. https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-battle-units-detail.htm?battleUnitCode=CVA0064RIT

 

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Pownall, Thomas

1776 A general map of the middle British colonies, in America : containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware counties, Pennsylvania and New Jersey : with the addition of New York, and the greatest part of New England, as also of the bordering parts of the province of Quebec, improved from several surveys made after the late war, and corrected from Governor Pownall's late map 1776. Pub: Robert Sayer and John Bennett (Firm), Map on File, Digital Commonwealth Massachusetts Collection Online Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection, Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

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Roeser, C.

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APPENDIX A

History Supplement

Transcription of original historical document titled: Inhabitants: Petition, Lee County, Virginia, 11-18-1794

The Inhabitants petition reads:

 

“To the honorable, the speaker and gentlemen of the General Assembly

The petition of the inhabitants of Lee County humbly represents That the court have thought of place to establish pfree of holding court for this County, on the Lands of Mr. Fredrick Jones. That in consequence thereof the said Frederick Jones has unofficially given up fiftyfive acres of Land to be disposed of for the use of the County; That your petitioners think it would conduce much to their advantage and interest and to the case and accommodation of traveler if a town was established thereon.

Your petitioners therefore humbly pray that your Honorable Bgdy in their wisdom and justice would establish a town on the said land to be known by the name of Jonesville and your petitioners as in duty bound will conplay”  (Inhabitants: Petition, Lee County, Virginia, 11-18-1794, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va.)

 

  • Inhabitants: Petition, Lee County, Virginia, 11-18-1794, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Original source: Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 137, Folder 2. Biographical/Historical Note: Formed from Russell and Scott Counties, and named to honor Henry Lee, governor of Virginia from 1791-1794.

 

  • Page 27- (Inhabitants: Petition, Lee County, Virginia, 11-18-1794, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Original source: Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 137, Folder 2. Biographical/Historical Note: Formed from Russell and Scott Counties, and named to honor Henry Lee, governor of Virginia from 1791-1794.)

 

  • Page 29- (Inhabitants: Petition, Jonesville, Lee County, Virginia, 12-15-1802, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 137, Folder 10.)

 

  • Page 30 Quote- ( Inhabitants: Petition, Jonesville, Lee County, Virginia, 12-15-1802, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 137, Folder 10)

 

  • Page 30-1- (Citizens of Lee, Russell, & Washington: Petition, Lee County, December 9, 1806, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va.  Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 331, Folder 20)

 

  • Page 30-2- (Inhabitants of Washington, Russell, & Lee: Petition, Washington County, October 17, 1814, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 249, Folder 91.)

 

  • Page 30-3- (Citizens: Counter-Petition Subject: Division of County/New County, Russell County, XX 28, 1813, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 347, Folder 6)

 

  • Page 31- (Inhabitants: Petition Division of County/New County, Scott County, 1822-12-11, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 228, Folder 7)

 

  • Page 32- (Inhabitants: Petition Division of County/New County, Scott County, 1822-12-11, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 228, Folder 7)

 

  • Page 37- (Roster of the 64th Virginia Mounted Infantry Regiment Company I, undated, Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War and the Tazewell County Local Sesquicentennial Committee. Roster, undated, of the 64th Virginia Mounted Infantry Regiment, Company I, Captain William J. Collier)