“Harry C. Batts, Descendent of First Party of White Men Through Gap”

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 27: Scrapbooks, Albums, Gathered Notes

LOCAL HISTORY SCRAPBOOK

Harry C. Batts, Descendent of First Party of White Men Through Gap (1922)

Harry C. Batts. The Descendant of One of the Party of Eight Who Were The First White Men To Visit And Explore Middlesboro and Cumberland Gap.” by F.S. Lee, Engineer. Discusses: pamphlet, ‘Middlesboro, Kentucky, the Logical and Ideal Location for the Government Armor Plate Plant,’ 1917 ; Dr. Thomas Walker ; Cumberland Gap ; Duke of Cumberland ; Captain Thomas Batts ; Filson Club ; ‘First Exploration in Kentucky’ ; Col. Christopher Gist (1751) ; ‘La Chine’ ; ‘Flowery Kingdom’ ; Falls of the Appomattox ; Apomatock Indians ; Jack Nesam ; Allegheny Mountains ; New River ; Woods River ; Alexander Spotswood ; Shenandoah ; LaSalle ; Marquette ; De Soto ; Loyal Land Company ;

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[Source noted to left side does not refer to clipping.]

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