The Southside Virginian

The Southside Virginia|VASS
Richmond, Virginia : Southside Virginian, 1982-
Vol. 1 (1982)-


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Includes table of contents and index to v. 1-8. Volumes are also individually indexed.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under VASS.

The region of central Southern Virginia including the Cities of Danville, Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Farmville, South Boston, Franklin and Emporia, the Towns of Alberta, Appomattox, Boones Mill, Blackstone, Burkeville, Boydton, Branchville, Brodnax, Boykins, Charlotte Court House, Capron, Chase City, Clarkesville, Clover, Crewe, Chatham, Clarement, Dendron, Courtland, Drakes Branch, Ettrick, Halifax, Gretna, Ivor, Kenbridge, Jarrett, Keysville, Lacrosse, Lawrenceville, McKenney, Newsoms, Pamplin, Phenix, Ridgeway, Rocky Mount, Scottsburg, Smithfield, South Hill, Surry, Stoney Creek, Victoria, Virgilina, Wakefield, Waverly, Windsor, and many other Southside Virginia military facilities and communities and the Counties of Amelia, Appomattox, Brunswick, Charlotte, Dinwiddie, County of Franklin, Greensville, Halifax, Henry, Isle of Wight, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Patrick, Pittsylvania, Prince Edward, Prince George, Southampton, Surry, and Sussex.



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