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Question: What are the 15 most important books on Adair history

What are the 15 most important books of general Adair County historical interest?

Cyrus has started a list with the following 9 books:

  • Adair County: A Historical Overview and theHistory of Education in the County Through1992. Minne Corbin Rubarts

  • An Adair County, Kentucky History, Volume 1 . Michael C. Watson

  • Early Columbia: The Beginnings of a SmallKentucky Town . Ruth Paull Burdette

  • Jane Clemens: The Story Of Mark Twain's Mother . Rachel McBrayer Varble.

  • Methodist History of Adair County Kentucky1782 - 1969 . Vista Royce Allison.

  • "Morgan is Coming!": Confederate Raiders in theHeartland of Kentucky . Betty J. Gorin.

  • Notes on Adair County, Kentucky by JohnAvroe Steele, or Judge Rollin T. Hurt's Historyof Adair County Kentucky, prepared and editedby Michael C. Watson, 1994

  • Westward Into Kentucky: The Narrative of DanielTrabue . edited by Chester R. Young

  • The Wild Riders of the First Kentucky Cavalry. Sgt. Eastham Tarrant.

Nominations for additions to the list are welcome.
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Ben Breeding nominates "Johnny Green of the Orphan Brigade."
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E.P. Waggener & Sons, Booksellers

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