Rare 1936 History of Gloucester County Virginia in Brown Cloth Pocahontas
Rare 1936 History of Gloucester County Virginia in Brown Cloth
Gloucester County (Virginia). By Mary Wiatt Gray. Press of Cottrell & Cooke, Inc. (publisher). Richmond, VA. 1936. 243 pages. Illustrated. 8-1/2 inches. Hard cover. Variant brown cloth binding with title & illustration of “Pocahontas saving John Smith” in black on the front cover. Extremities lightly rubbed. Top corner bumped. Name in pencil on the front end page. Minor spotting on the back cover. Very clean. Overall very good condition.
Includes in part: Gloucester County Indians; Bacon’s
Rebellion; Colonial Houses; Colonial Churches; Wars; Customs; Government;
education; Public Free School; Pocahontas; Powhatan Indians; Captain John Smith; Confederate Monument.
Illustrations in part: Warner Hall; Ruins of Rosewell; Street Scenes; Purton House; Hesse; Abingdon Church; Ware Church; Bellamy’s Church; Confederate Monument; Court House Green; Botetourt High School; Achilles High School.
Bookseller’s Label inside front cover: “Collector’s Old Book Shop / Richmond, Virginia.”
Written as a textbook on the history of Gloucester County (Virginia).