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Immigration and Settlement - General

McClinton, Arthur. The Fairfax Line: A Historic Landmark ... Including Republication of the Fairfax Line: Thomas Lewis's Journal of 1746. Edinburg, Va.: Shenandoah County Historical Society, 1990. 33, 90p.: illus., maps. Bibliography: p. 28-29.
An illustrated history of the Fairfax Line including study on it up to 1990. Biographical sketches of Thomas Lewis, original surveyor, and of John Wayland are included. The Lewis' journal of 1746, edited by John Wayland, is appended. The northern boundary of Rockingham County is part of this line.
1. Fairfax Line. 2. Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, 6th Baron, 1692-1782.
BC EMU-HL JMU RPL-GEN

Sander, Dorathea W. The Indian Presence in the Shenandoah Valley. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [James Madison University], [1991]. 37p.: diagrams, maps. Bibliography: p. 35-37.
Typescript copy. This is a term paper done at James Madison University. There are several references to Indians within Rockingham County. Extensive maps.
1. Indians - History.
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