From 1790 until today, continuity in Patrick County, Virginia, has involved a rural agricultural life based on family and religion. In the history of the county named for Patrick Henry, the population has only doubled since the Civil War, when men such as cavalryman James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart hailed from the county.
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Series:||Then and Now|
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|File size:||40 MB|
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About the Author
Historian and author Tom Perry grew up in Patrick County and spends his time speaking, writing, and promoting the history of "the Free State of Patrick" from his Web site, freestateofpatrick.com.