The Civil War in Fayet. Fayette County is where my kinfolk are from, so ahead of a genealogy road trip I was hoping to get a better sense of the history of the area.
The Civil War in Fayet. Not only did this book give me new appreciation for local history, but I even found some of said kinfolk in its pages! Aside from that, McKinney presents the abundance of information chronologically and clearly while allowing the voices of soldiers and civilians to shine through.
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Fayette County is a county in the . state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 46,039. Its county seat is Fayetteville. It is part of the Beckley, WV Metropolitan Statistical Area in Southern West Virginia. Fayette County-originally Fayette County, Virginia-was created by the Virginia General Assembly in February 1831, from parts of Greenbrier, Kanawha, Nicholas, and Logan counties
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In Tim McKinney's book, The Civil War in Greenbrier County West . For much of the war, Greenbrier County and large portions of West Virginia were home to guerillas and bushwhackers.
In Tim McKinney's book, The Civil War in Greenbrier County West Virginia, the reader sees and feels what life and death are like on the edges, the margins, of a great war. It is an examination of the war in a microcosm. Unfortunately, for the most part, the reader of this book must get there on his/her own. That is because the author chose not to write the book from the viewpoint described above. Rather, he seems to have written this book for a purely regional audience.
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This West Virginia county, formed in 1866 from Hardy County, was named for a Union Civil War general who .
This West Virginia county, formed in 1866 from Hardy County, was named for a Union Civil War general who later became president of the United States. This physician and Civil War veteran served as West Virginia's adjutant general from 1869 to 1871.