Cover title: A history of Lamar County.
|Other titles||History of Lamar County.|
|Statement||by Joe G. Acee.|
|LC Classifications||F332.L2 A26 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||76150845|
Lamar County, Alabama: A history to Unknown Binding – January 1, by Rose Marie Smith (Author)Author: Rose Marie Smith. History of Lamar county. [Barnesville, Ga.] Barnesville news-gazette, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mrs Augusta Lambdin; Tallu Brinson Jones Fish; United Daughters of the Confederacy. Georgia Division. Willie Hunt Smith Chapter, Barnesville. The history of Lamar County, Texas by Neville, Alexander White and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : The History of Lamar County Texas: Gilt has dulled on front cover and spine, page edges faintly foxed, content clean and bright, binding tight. A very nice copy pages.
A.W. Neville. The History of Lamar County. Paris, Texas: The North Texas Publishing Co., First edition, 8vo, pages, with portrait of George W. Wright. Brown boards with gilt lettering on front and spine. Title page stamped "From The Library of Sarah & Joe Sinclair," and bearing signatures of previous owner. : The History of Lamar County (Texas): pp, dark brown leatherette boards w/gilt title block and star on the front cover and gilt title block on the spine, green endpapers w/black lettering and maps of historic sites, SIGNED presentation plate by author on the FPD. Contains information about early days when it was part of Arkansas, early county . 28 rows County History First Settlers of Lamar County, Texas, by Gifford White, Information . In , Delta County was formed, and Lamar County was reduced to its present size. The county was named for Mirabeau B. Lamar, the fourth president of the Republic of Texas. The original county seat was Lafayette, a small settlement located several miles northwest of the site of present-day Paris. On J , forty acres of land was.
Lamar County was once named both Jones and Sanford county before it was the name Lamar was chosen. Jones County was established on February 4, , from Marion County, named for E. P. Jones of Fayette County, with its county seat at Vernon. It was abolished on November 3, On October 8, , the area was again organized into a county, Sanford County, in . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The history of Lamar county (Texas) by Alexander White Neville, , The North Texas publishing co. edition, in English. The Lamar County Historical Society is committed to preserving the history of Paris, Lamar County and the surrounding area. The LCHS meets the 4th Thursday. of each month at p.m. in the Museum. Visitors are always welcome at our meetings. Dues are $ per year for an individual membership or $ per family. Historic Paris and Lamar County, Texas: An Illustrated History. Marvin ed Gorley. HPN Books, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. An illustrated history of Paris and Lamar County, Texas, paired with histories of the local companies.