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The History of Fayette County Tennessee by Fayettte County Historical Society - First Edition - 1986 - from Books About The South and

The History of Fayette County Tennessee

by Fayettte County Historical Society

Condition: Fine

Fayette County Historical Society, 1986. F/1st ed. A solid copy with only a touch of shelf wear at the bottom of the spine. Clean and unmarked, with gold lettering on spine and front panel. Blue buckram covers with sharp corners and tight binding. Pages are bright white and unmarked. 289pp., Mostly family histories, with community information also, index Scarce.. I can have this in fhe mail to you tomorrow, boxed and padded. BKRMS. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. County History/Fayette Cty.TN.


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