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Abram Mason Memoir [Xerox]
Abram Mason's memoirs relating events in the history of the Mason family, who resided briefly in Monongalia County, West Virginia.
Achilles Dew, Letter to President Lincoln
A letter, dated January 24, 1861, written to Abraham Lincoln by Achilles Dew, a resident of Western Virginia. The letter expresses the opinion that Presidents Harrison and Taylor were poisoned, and warns Lincoln that he too could be assassinated.
A.C.L. Gatewood Papers
A.D. Hopkins and Josef Brunner, Forest Entomology Correspondence
Ada Haldeman Ford, Suffragist, Papers
Adam and Anna Barbara Rader Family (Timberville, Va.) Genealogy
A two-page history of the Adam and Anna Barbara Rader family genealogy titled "The Rader Family in America." This brief document traces the family from Adam and Anna Rader's arrival in Timberville, Virginia, in the late 1700s, to the mid-1800s. Their descendants lived in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and into parts of what is now West Virginia.
Adam Livingston, An Account of His Conversion to the Catholic Church in Middleway
An account of the conversion of Adam Livingston to the Catholic Church in Middleway, (W.) Va.; taken from a manuscript in the Library of Georgetown College.
Adam Shafer Will
Original and photostat copy of the will of Adam Shafer of Preston County, West Virginia, dated 18 June 1834. Details the distribution of Shafer's estate, including his farm, furniture, land, and animals, to his wife and children.
Adam W. Johnson, Soldier, Letter
Adam W. Johnson was a member of the 60th Virginia Infantry, the third regiment in the Wise Legion, during the Civil War. Letter from Johnson to his family was written from Meadow Bluff in Greenbrier County, Virginia, on 23 October 1861. Johnson comments on his health, food, field conditions, where the unit has marched, his need for paper and boots, and his regimental commander.