Amid the great valley: Oriskany download epub
by Allie Sloss Jones
Published by Oriskany Press, Oriskany, VA (2002).
Published by Oriskany Press, Oriskany, VA (2002). ISBN 10: 097176560X ISBN 13: 9780971765603. 409 pp, acknowledgments, forward, 1. The Great Valley; 2. Three Oaks Road; 3. Slippery Ford Road; 4. Reid Road; 5. Oriskany Square; 6. Craig's Creek Road; 7. Brahma Road; 8. Tucker Farm Road; 9. Old Rail Road; 10. Lignite Road; 11. Craig's Creek Road; 12.
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by Allie Sloss Jones.
by Allie Sloss Jones. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780971765603. Release Date:January 2002. Publisher:Oriskany Press.
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Amid the Great Valley. Published 2002 by Oriskany Press in Oriskany, Va. Written in English. 1st e. by Allie Sloss Jones. Genealogy, Registers of births. Botetourt County, Botetourt County (V., Oriskany (V., Virginia. Includes bibliographical references (p. 389) and indexes.
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