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Author: Wine, J. Floyd
Year: 1989
Title: Tales from Shenandoah
Publisher: Printed by Commercial Press
City: Stephens City, Va.
Number of
Pages:
vii, 85p.: illus.Notes and bibliography: p. 79-82
Keywords: 1. Payne, Horace, ca. 1819-1924. 2. Hindman, John, d.1748. 3. Conder, Irenaeus. 4. Lawson, David G., d. 1875. 5. Civil War, 1861- 1865 - Anecdotes.
Abstract: This book is a collection of oral and written sources of miscellaneous stories from the lower Shenandoah Valley. Rockingham County entries include Uncle "Harry" Payne of Rawley Springs; John Hindman, minister and horse racer in the eighteenth century; Irenaeus Conder, Lutheran minister who served the Peaked Mountain parish from 1865-1895; the story surrounding the murder, in 1875 of David G. Lawson; and oral traditions of pulling railroad engines by horse team through Rockingham County on the Valley Pike.
Location: BC EMU-HL JMU RPL