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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ARCADIA PUB (SC), 128 Seiten, L=235mm, B=165mm, H=9mm, Gew.=322gr, [GR: 25590 - TB/Geschichte/Sonstiges], [SW: - History - U.S.], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities. Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities.

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Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities. Books Books ~~ History~~ United States ~~ State & Local ~~ General Around-Clarksville-Virginia~~John-Caknipe Arcadia Publishing SC Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities.

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Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities. Books, History~~United States~~State & Local~~General, Around-Clarksville-Virginia~~John-Caknipe, 999999999, Around Clarksville, Virginia (Images of America Series), John Caknipe, 0738567922, Arcadia Publishing SC, , , , , Arcadia Publishing SC

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Clarksville, Virginia''s only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county''s first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters the water that Adam drank. The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities. John Caknipe Jr., Books, History, Around Clarksville Books>History Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ARCADIA PUB (SC)], Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Clarksville, Virginia's only lakeside town, is part of Western Mecklenburg County. It was the county's first incorporated town and was named for its founder, Clarke Royster. The area gained its fame when William Byrd II surveyed Buffalo Springs in 1726 and dubbed the waters "the water that Adam drank." The town was originally home to the Occoneechee Indians, who were driven from the area 50 years earlier when Nathaniel Bacon fought his last battle at Fort Occoneechee, massacring over 300 members of the tribe. This battle became his legacy. Today tourists are drawn to the area for annual fishing tournaments and lake activities.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738567921
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738567922
Paperback
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
128 Pages
Weight: 0,322 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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0-7385-6792-2, 978-0-7385-6792-1


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