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A history of all American wars in which Taylor County, West Virginia and her men had a part from the Revolution to World War II

written by Charles Brinkman
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English
Grafton, West Virginia : Taylor County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1988
343, 13, [9], 20 p.

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Includes: A history of all American wars in which Taylor County, West Virginia and her men had a part from the Revolution to World War II, from the files of Charles Brinkman -- Material on the same topic from the files of the Honorable N. F. Kendall -- The Civil War diary of Fabricus A. Cather -- The War Department record of West Virginia -- Railroad pass -- Special order issued by John H. Showalter -- Roster of 1st West Virginia Infantry, Company "E," Grafton, West Virginia -- Oath of allegiance of a Confederate soldier, R. S. D. Heironimus -- Accolade to wounded of World War I -- Biographies of known Revolutionary veterans who lived in or on the boundries of what is now Taylor County..

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