-Second biennial report. Virgil A. Lewis, State historian and archivist. 1908.

6383 1 p.l., 327 p. 8vo.

Contents in part: The West Virginia state_history exhibit at the Jamestown ter-centennial exposition on Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1907, p. 72-89. West Virginians who were members of the Virginia House of burgesses before the revolution, p. 97-100. West Virginians who were members of the General assembly of Virginia from 1777 to 1865, p. 101-152. West Virginians who occupied seats in Virginia conventions while the two states were one, P. 153-162. The Restored government of Virginia from 1861-1865, p. 163-190. The formation of West Virginia, p. 191-202. Counties of West Virginia as they existed in 1861, with their total representation in the making of the state, p. 203-215. -Third biennial report. Virgil A. Lewis, state historian and archivist. 1911.

6384 Xxxvii, 279 p. 8vo.

Contents in part: Bibliography in Virginia and West Virginia, p. X. xxxiv. The soldiery of West Virginia in the French and Indian war; Lord Dunmore's war; the Revolution; the later Indian wars; the whiskey insur. rection; the second war with England; the war with Mexico, and addenda relating to West Virginians in the civil war, p. 1-224. The Point Pleasant battle monument, its history, erection, unveiling. p. 231-254. The statue of Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, p. 271-279. The statue of Francis

H. Pierpont in the Hall of fame in the U. S. capitol, p. 255-270.
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6386 [8], 281 p. plates. 231 cm. West Virginia. State board of centennial managers. Resources of West

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6387 x p., 1 l., 430 p. 22cm. The West Virginia historical magazine quarterly. v. 1. Jan. 1901. Charles.

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6388 Library has Jan., Apr., 1902; Apr., July, 1904. Westlake, Ginevra 0. Family records of the descendants of Thomas Westlake (1755-1827). By Ginevra C. (Westlake) Wait. 1907.

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6395 2143 cm. Whealton, Louis Napoleon. The Maryland and Virginia boundary contro

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