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The Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley, a chronicle of the Pioneer Families
of Dickson, Houston, and Montgomery Counties in Tennessee
(near Nashville). Facsimile of 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.
 
SOLD OUT.
This Library has two books for reference.

Dickson County Public Library
Local History and Genealogy Department
206 Henslee Drive, Dickson, TN 37055-2020
Phone: 615/446-8293
 
Now Loading: Ruskin College 1897, laying the foundation stone. About 30 recognizable faces. McClurkan Family, 1907 at bottom. 

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Yellow Creek Masonic Lodge # 319 members laying cornerstone of Ruskin Cave College, in 1897. 

L. 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 McClurkan, 1907

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