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  • fitz@xxxxxx.xxx
    In reply to the Greensboro question, this is no immediate help, but there is a dissertation nearing completion on Greensboro, 1830-1880s or so, at the
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 3 9:02 AM
      In reply to the Greensboro question, this is no immediate help, but
      there is a dissertation nearing completion on Greensboro, 1830-1880s
      or so, at the University of Alabama. Guy Hubbs is the author, and it
      should be available there in a year or two.

      Good luck, Michael Fitzgerald
      fitz@...

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      > From: Don and Gina Bush <bushs@...>
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      > I wanted to find out some history on Greensboro? How the town was
      > started, and so on?
      >
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