Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley, a chronicle of the Pioneer Families
of Dickson, Houston, and Montgomery Counties in Tennessee (near Nashville).
1986 book by William J. Nesbitt. The author did a great job putting together
valuable extensive family trees, anecdotes, and historical information. A
'goldmine' for some researchers. Cerlox bound. 770 pages.
This Library has two
books for reference.
Dickson County Public Library
Local History and Genealogy Department
206 Henslee Drive, Dickson, TN 37055-2020
Now Loading: Ruskin College 1897, laying the foundation stone. About 30
recognizable faces. McClurkan Family, 1907 at bottom.
here for INDEX.
Yellow Creek Masonic Lodge # 319 members
laying cornerstone of Ruskin Cave College, in 1897.
to R.: in aprons, W.T. (Pig) Adams; Melvin Nesbitt; Jim Hunt; Vandy Smith
(holding stick); Jerry Nesbitt (other side of stone); Joe Hill; Rodney Blake;
John Newman (with sword); ? Foster (bow tie). Others unidentified. Many were
members of the Ruskin Colony. This cornerstone is underneath the NE corner of
Ruskin Cave College.
(Below) Family of Mary Jane