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[genpcfr] 'Gleaned' URL for good NC & Va Links

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  • Jewelle Baker
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 27, 2000
      >Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 02:37:45 EST
      >From: Jeff Weaver <Jweaver300@...>
      >Subject: [NC-SC] New Articles, etc., online
      >Hi folks
      >I know I should get a life, but instead, have had the scanner running full
      >blast the last couple of days.
      >The main URL is: http://www.ls.net/~newriver/nrv.htm
      >New files online include:
      >History of Early Maryland, by Rev. Theodore C. Gambrall, D.D., 1893
      >Biographies of the Signers of the United States Constitution, published in
      >The First Election of Washington to the House of Burgesses, 1892
      >Early Revolutionary History of Virginia, 1892
      >Historic Elements in Virginia Education, 1892
      >(These last three articles were published by the Virginia Historical Society
      >in 1892) - More good stuff from this source will follow in a few days.
      >Items on various county pages:
      >Masonic lodge membership lists for these counties (all lists from 1933).
      >Also note that these files are jpg images, and therefore not searchable in
      >the search engine. (The cost benefit ratio of typing them up wasn't high to
      >me - If anyone wants to type some of them, send them to me, and will be happy
      >to replace the JPG with an HTML file.):
      >Prince Edward
      >and several others on (click on Virginia links by location for counties not
      >listed on the main page.)
      >World War I County Histories: (click on Virginia links by location for
      >counties not listed on the main page.)
      >Augusta County, VA
      >Gloucester County, VA
      >Shenandoah County, VA
      >Warren County, VA
      >And Finally, the 1888 Chataigne's Business Directory for Amherst County,
      >Like that ain't enough for today.
      >Anyway, I shall strike again in a few days, if the health holds out with more
      >Warm regards
      >Jeff Weaver
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