Proceedings of the Rockbridge Historical Society, Volume 11 (1990-1994)
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This is Volume 11 of the Proceedings of the Rockbridge Historical Society, which contains the papers presented between 1990-1994 and an index.Volume 11, Table of ContentsPrefaceUgly and Ordinary or Popular and Successful? The History of Lexington's Early Artificial Stone Buildings, Pamela H. Simpson, page 1Lexington and Rockbridge County in the Civil War, Robert J. Driver, Jr., page 13Stonewall's Church: The First Two Centuries, Robert F. Hunter, page 25"Poetess of the South": Margaret Junkin Preston, Mary P. Coulling, page 41V-for Virginia: The Commonwealth at War, Charles F. Bryan, Jr., page 61Buena Vista: The Bud Not Yet Blossomed, Patricia Gibson, page 75An Inventor's perspective on the Invention of the Virginia Reaper, Lewis Tyree, Jr., page 95Preservation in the Great Depression: The WPA Virginia Historical Inventory Project and Rockbridge County, Edward D. C. Campbell, Jr., page 109The Virginia Military Institute and World War II, James M. Morgan, Jr., page 121How Rockbridge County's Roads Got Their Names, Winifred Hadsel, page 137TR, I. Taylor Sanders II, page 155Away, I'm Bound Away: Virginia and the Westward Movement, James Kelly, page 171The Families Who Have Lived at Clifton, Elizabeth Harralson, page 187Master and Slave at Buffalo Forge, Charles B. Dew, page 211Society Meetings, 1990-94, page 225Index, page 227