Winchester, Virginia and Its Beginnings, 1743-1814
This book contains information about Winchester, Virginia, from its founding by Colonel James Wood to the close of the life of his son, Brigadier-General and Governor James Wood. Valuable manuscripts and relics of their long tenure in public office are av
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