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Frances Salyers: Phillip Coffey story on Meat Skin Road name.
Frances Salyers writes what she found out from Phillip Coffey:
This is what Phillip shares:About: - History Query: How did 'Meatskin Road' get the name?"the road we now call Weed-Sparksville Road' was built by the W.P.A.(Worker Progress Administration.) The funds for the W.P.A. were supplied after the enactment of the N.R.A. (National Recovery Act).Frances Salyers, co-proprietor, D & F Grocery & Deli
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