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Marriages of Mecklenburg County [Virginia]…

Marriages of Mecklenburg County [Virginia] from 1765 to 1810

by Nottingham

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The firearms produced at Harpers Ferry, the southern site for the federal government's arsenal-armory established in 1794, were used in the Lewis and Clark expedition, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and in virtually all of the battles of the Civil War. This work is fully illustrated with photographs and drawings of all models of firearms produced at Harpers Ferry, and documented by weapons expert and genealogist Stuart Brown Jr.

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