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104D_WV_Mingo.pdf
This land ownership survey of Mingo County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

104D_WV_Ohio.pdf
This land ownership survey of Ohio County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

104D_WV_Raliegh_A.pdf
This land ownership survey of Raleigh County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

104D_WV_Randolph_A.pdf
This land ownership survey of Randolph County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

104D_WV_Summers.pdf
This land ownership survey of Summers County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

104D_WV_Wayne.pdf
This land ownership survey of Wayne County, West Virginia was conducted in 1979 as part of a larger Appalachian Land Ownership Survey. To interpret the survey codes, use the Key to the Appalachian Land Ownership Survey.

113_WestVirginiaHills.pdf
Rewrite of the West Virginia state song to make the text applicable to North Carolina. One leaf, typewritten on the front side. The document is in good physical condition. The document was laminated. There is moderate lamination-related creasing at…

2012_045_1898_0324.pdf
This is a letter from Emma Baker Martin to Betty Kirby Eller, her aunt. The letter focuses on domestic affairs, such as the household budget, family, and upcoming trips, along with various friends’ correspondence.

2012_045_1898_0117.pdf
This is a letter from Emma Baker Martin to her aunt Betty Kirby Eller. The letter discusses two things primarily, butter and other household items. Betty sent Emma several pounds of butter as part of a long-running exchange of goods they have set up,…