Battle of Barboursville Kentucky

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Ray Adkins, Aug 19, 2005 - History - 128 pages
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Eight years of research of the first armed conflict in Kentucky.Where on September 19,1861 30 Barbourville Home Guards made their stand against 800 Confederate forces, Site of the fist Confederate Officer Lt.Robert Powell of the 19th Tenn, . and Pvt.John Hendrickson, a Barboursville Union Home Guard was killed

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I Ray Adkins grew up in the mountains of Southeastern, Kentucky. My family is from Coeburn, Va. My ancestors joined the Confederacy in Wise County, Virginia. I have always been interested in the War Between the States. I played as a child in Cumberland Gap, In the National Park. I am a Kentucky Colonel, member of the Pvt.E.F. Arthur Camp #1783, Sons of Confederate Veterans. I am Colonel of the 5th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment, which is the largest Re-enactment group in the state of Kentucky. Iam CEO of the Battle of Barbourville Inc, which hosts the Battle of Barbourville. I am a Viet Nam Veteran of the U.S. Army. I reside in Artemus Kentucky. This is my first book of four, I have wrote all books so far on the great conflict of 1861-1865. I have been a War Between the States re-enactor for 11 years. My hometown is Middlesboro, Kentuc

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