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The Feuding Hatfields & Mccoys

The Feuding Hatfields & Mccoys

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by Coleman C. Hatfield, F. Keith Davis
     
 
"As a scion of one of the feuding families of the Allegheny and Cumberland hills, and one whose forebearers began their trek westward from the Virginia coast, I offer the following for all who may be interested or desire to hear the facts from one who has first-hand knowledge of the people of whom he writes." - Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield

This book is about two proud

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"As a scion of one of the feuding families of the Allegheny and Cumberland hills, and one whose forebearers began their trek westward from the Virginia coast, I offer the following for all who may be interested or desire to hear the facts from one who has first-hand knowledge of the people of whom he writes." - Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield

This book is about two proud families. It is a title that includes a comprehensive timeline of the Hatfield family migration westward and documents the history before, during, and following the bloody Hatfield and McCoy feud era. There are special stories, which have never been published before, directly from the Hatfield family that adds color and clarity to this famous vendetta. This book is a pictorial history that features rare and interesting photographs from both families. Besides being historically significant, this volume is a wonderful keepsake for those who call the Appalachian Mountains home. Authored by the late Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield, the great-grandson of Devil Anse Hatfield and grandson of Cap Hatfield, along with historian F. Keith Davis.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780979323621
Publisher:
Woodland Press
Publication date:
06/27/2011
Pages:
194
Sales rank:
463,537
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
10 Years

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The Feuding Hatfields & McCoys 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's very good for the American History. If you watched it three parts movie at History TV.