Finding and keeping Vaughan, North Carolina : our hometown / James W. Clark, Jr.
Clark, James W., Jr. (James William), 1943- author.
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||Raleigh, North Carolina : Long Branch Books, |
|Description||194 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 23 cm|
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|Contents||Where did you hear these things? -- The coming and going of Browne's Turnout. So one morning I shook one ; Lucinda Brown's children ; The goodbye girl Flora Mae Brown shook -- Vaughan and the Vaughan family, 1879-1924 -- Vaughan at ground level, 1900-1925 -- The great expression of Vaughan, 1925-1940 -- Shot to death, killed, and murdered at Vaughan. Shot to death with a rabbit gun, February 8, 1907 ; Wary watchman Isaac Piland killed, July 23, 1913 ; Buddie Brown murdered and gone, June 5, 1936 -- Many voices, one hometown.|
|Acquisitions source||Gift of James W. Clark, Jr. 02/2019|
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|Joyner||NC Stacks||F264.V38 C59 2018||✔ Available||Place Hold|