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Best little stories from Virginia

Author: C Brian Kelly; Ingrid Smyer-Kelly
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Cumberland House, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Biography
History
Biography Anecdotes
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: C Brian Kelly; Ingrid Smyer-Kelly
ISBN: 1581823584 9781581823585
OCLC Number: 52930085
Description: xiv, 440 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1526: Came, saw ... and left --
1561: His name was Don Luis --
1570/1600: Hidden empire developing part 1: seventeenth century --
1606: Supplies eaten up --
1607: Already a formidable resumé --
1609: "Bowling in the streets" --
1623: A plea for help --
1624: Nailed by the ears --
1676: Turmoil in Jamestown --
1676: "Soldier, statesman, saint" --
Jamestown highlights part 2: Eighteenth century --
1755: Major Washington's steadfastness --
1755: The gang's all here --
1755: An incredible wilderness trek --
1777: A tragic end for Cornstalk --
1779: That other famous Clark --
1781: The nadir of his fortunes --
1781: Bulldog seen at Yorktown --
1787: Start of a Hemings family saga --
1788: Patrick Henry smelt a rat --
1794: Medical marvel kept secret --
1796: "The man himself" --
1799: An avoidable death? --
1799/1836: Moments of national grief part 3: nineteenth century --
1800: Gabriel's Insurrection --
1801: President at last! --
1803: Traveling east to go west --
1805: Two girls on a horse --
1806: Murder of "Virginia Socrates" --
1812: High praise for a sortie --
1813: The nation's oldest governor's mansion --
1814: Parting with his books --
1839: The birth of an island --
1842: First glimpses of cadet Jackson --
1849: "Nevermore, quoth the raven" --
1853: The forgotten explorer --
1854: "You cannot exclude me from heaven" --
1855: Painful days for Norfolk --
1856: A Christmas Day celebration --
1858: A job for a thousand men and boys --
1859: A survivor's tale --
1859/70: Robert E. Lee: A collage --
1862: Final days for Virginia's "White House" --
1862: So, who captured Norfolk? --
1862: Daily concerns while at war --
1862: The world around him --
1863: A term as governor unrecognized --
1863: Ever infamous in Norfolk --
1864: Meeting "Bobby" Lee --
1865: "Awed stillness" at Appomattox --
1869: Waterproof carpetbags for sale --
1873: Confederate veterans to the fore --
1886: Obit for a "tent man" --
1890: Dinner party for "such a rebel" --
1899: Century of sorrows part 4: twentieth century --
1907: Babes in incubators --
1909: A challenging presidential foray --
1909: An unwitting catalyst for reform --
1912: Surviving the Titanic --
1912: Boomtown days for Hopewell --
1917: Pulled out of the fishbowl --
1921: The school that "Bad Sam" built --
1925: "Watch out, she's a-coming in!" --
1932: The reunion to end reunions --
1934: An explorer in trouble --
1939: Start of a national treasure --
1943: No "Folly" after all --
1944: Grim tidings for Bedford --
1944: Rosa Parks preempted --
1952: A start on a foxhole promise --
1958: Massive Resistance at work --
1967: Lessons for a South African visitor --
1968: Life with a new heart --
1969: The night the mountains fell in --
1972: A day on the job at Dulles --
1975: Pesticide in their veins --
1976: Gaffe by a queen --
1976: The new "Byrd Machine" --
1978: Tantamount politics no more --
1978: A love affair with Virginia --
1993: The passing of a "World Citizen" Part 5: Twenty-first century --
2000: Father on Lee's staff --
2003: A paean to little Route Five --
The Women who counted --
Epilogue --
Missing people.
Other Titles: Women who counted.
Responsibility: C. Brian Kelly ; with "The women who counted" / by Ingrid Smyer.
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