The First American Frontier: Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia, 1700-1860

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Manuscript Sources
Annapolis, Maryland Maryland State Archives
Appalachian County Tax List Manuscripts
Chapel Hill, North Carolina Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina Library
Walter Alves Papers
John McPherson Berrien Papers
John Houston Bills Papers
John Luther Bridges Papers
Farish Carter Papers
William G. Dickson Papers
H. B. Eiler Letter Book
Peachy R. Grattan Papers
Stephen B. Heard Papers
Nathaniel Hunt and Company Papers
General Edmund Jones Papers
Thomas Lenoir Family Papers
Peter Mallett Papers
James Mallory Diary
Pettigrew Family Papers
"Plantation Instructionstl" (typescript)
George Wesley Race Diary
Jacob Siler Papers
Willis R. Williams Papers
Benjamin Cudworth Yancey Papers
Charlottesville, Virginia University of Virginia Library
Barbour Family Papers
Alfred Beckley Papers
Berkeley Family Papers
James Breckenridge Papers
John Buford Papers
Byers Family Papers
William D. Cabell Papers
W. W. Davis Iron Manufacturing Company Papers
Dickinson Family Papers
Holland Family Papers
John Hook Papers

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