Gordon Aronhime Papers--Southwest Virginia Card File

From The Library of Virginia - Digital Collection

Gordon Aronhime (1911-1983) was a historian, writer, and photographer who resided in Bristol, Virginia. Aronhime's exhaustive research into the early history of Southwest Virginia focused on the upper Holston-Clinch River area during the period 1770-1795. As part of his research he attempted to verify and/or locate mills, forts, settlements, military events, place names, and Indian affairs. He wrote biographical sketches of a number of prominent area settlers. There are also sketches on revolutionary war soldiers and activities, the postal system, and Washington County tithable lists (1782-1784).

These three cards are from a partial list of those present at the Battle of King's Mountain (1780).

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