Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia: A History, 1852-1900

Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia: A History, 1852-1900

by Victor N. Phillips
     
 

Covering Bristol's formative years, this is the story of people and events surrounding the rise of this city between two states—the town that Joseph R. Anderson, its founder, wanted to call "Paradise." The book reveals a cross section of Bristol's ancestry, ranging from the noble and well-known to the humble and obscure. Containing a myriad of facts that will

Overview

Covering Bristol's formative years, this is the story of people and events surrounding the rise of this city between two states—the town that Joseph R. Anderson, its founder, wanted to call "Paradise." The book reveals a cross section of Bristol's ancestry, ranging from the noble and well-known to the humble and obscure. Containing a myriad of facts that will be of wide local interest, the narrative offers insight into the human condition as it existed during the last century. Enhanced with numerous old photographs, this carefully researched volume is a definitive reference on Bristol.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780932807632
Publisher:
Overmountain Press
Publication date:
01/28/1992
Pages:
479
Product dimensions:
6.46(w) x 9.36(h) x 1.42(d)

Meet the Author

V. N. "Bud" Phillips is the author of Between the States, Book of Kings, and Pioneers in Paradise.

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