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The Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of our Lord 1800.

The Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of our Lord 1800.

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Published by Printed by T. Green, for the Rlv. [sic] Mason L. Weems. in Fredericksburg [Va.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 36651.
ContributionsBriggs, Isaac, 1763-1825., Weems, M. L. 1759-1825.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[36] p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20198744M

Early Generations of the Tanner Family of Henrico County, Virginia [Reprint] Volume: 25 () by Torrence, William Clayton and a great selection of related . After Turner and Hughes opened the North Carolina Book Store in Raleigh in , they soon began the publication of what proved to be one of the most widely circulated almanacs of the ante-bellum period. A popular almanac published in Western North Carolina was John C. Blum's Farmer's and Planter's Almanac, begun in Salem as early as 2.

The Constitution, or Form of Government, Agreed To and Resolved Upon by the Representatives of the Freemen of the State of North-Carolina, Elected and Chosen for that Particular Purpose, in Congress Assembled, at Halifax, the Eighteenth Day of December in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy-Six North Carolina. of John May () Essays on our ancestors Origin of the spelling of our family name He found that John was living in North Carolina in the s but didn't know when he arrived in that remote frontier region. Phillips in Martinsburg, Virginia (now West Virginia), and that within a year they were married.

Virginia Almanac book View the Full Page Published virginia and n. carolina almanac book by david richardson of louisa county, va who had statistics from on deaf individuals. The Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Almanac for the Year of Our Lord, Philadelphia, Contains manuscript notes throughout and the signature of Esther Bartolet on the backcover. Purchased through the Leo J. Wellhouse Fund. Shenandoah Valley Agricultural Society.


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