Kentucky: A History of the State, Embracing a Concise Account of the Origin and Development of the Virginia Colony ; Its Expansion Westward, and the Settlement of the Frontier Beyond the Alleghanies : the Erection of Kentucky as an Independent State, and Its Subsequent Development
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A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and ..., Volume 1
E. Polk Johnson
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ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE FlRST COLONY IN VlR Typical StructuresUnclassified RemainsAntiquity or These RelicsEthnical Peculiar...
Virginia as a Dependency op the Crown Stages of LexingtonExodus of 1775Domestic Circle First Com
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