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Scott County Historical Society, Inc.
A 501(c)3 Organization
Scott County, Virginia
Collectible Merchandise

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Items may be purchased at society meetings or ordered by mail

Make checks payable to:
Scott County Historical Society

Mail your order and check to:
Scott County Historical Society, Inc.
137 East Jackson St., Box 5
Gate City, VA  24251

Who Am I ?
Photos, Stories and Information on People and Places of Scott County, Virginia.
Presented in a Page Flipping Book Format

More than 1000 individuals photos, most with short bios.

The Don Lane Database, containing over 250,000 individuals with Scott County Connections.

Barnett McConnell's book,
Boys In Blue
A compilation of sketches on Scott County natives serving the GAR during the Civil War.

Roy V. Wolfe 's Home Spun Stuff
data and history of Scott County

Plus additional items as shown on the disc cover.

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Cost: $15.00
Includes Shipping & Handling

Make checks payable to
The Scott County Historical Society.

Mail check with shipping address to:
Kenny Stallard
348 Packinghouse Rd.
Kingsport, TN 37660


The Cyclone of Rye Cove
May 2, 1929

Cost: $15.00
Includes shipping & handling.
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Mail check with shipping address to:
Kenny Stallard
348 Packinghouse Rd.
Kingsport, TN 37660


Articles, Newspaper Reports, First Person Interviews and Historical Photographs of the Destruction of Rye Cove.

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Scott County and Its People
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Sponsored by
Scott County Retired Teachers Assn.

Vol. III - $65
Vol. IV - $70
Plus $6 each Shipping & Handling
May be purchased at:
Scott Co. Drugs, Gate City
Treasures Office, Scott Co. Court House
Weber City Drug, Weber City

Additional Information, Contact:
Beth Culbertson
276-452-4451 or

Also Available from the Scott County Retired Teachers Assn.

Scott County Teachers Cook Book

$15.00 each or two for $25.00

Available at same locations as on the left.

Funds from both sales used to sponsor the Scott County Retired Teachers Assn. Scholarship Fund.







Images of America


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$19.99 Plus 
$5.00 Shipping & Handling

Ronnie and Daphne Matthews
571 Massengill Rd.
Blountville, TN 37617

Autographed Copies Available
On Request






The McConnell Family and Related Clans

All Orders & Checks should be made out to Billy Jack McConnell, Treasurer MFRC and mailed to 
McConnell Newsletter, P.O. Box 1469 , Gate City , VA 24283

   $45 + $7 S&H

"McConnell & Snavely," the updated reprint of Lake Compton’s research is available. This book contains the related family lines of Wolfe, Addington, Dingus, Kilgore, Culbertson, Wampler, Smith, Meade, Stallard, and many other family ‘connections’ to the McConnell and Snavely families of Southwestern Virginia. Actual copies of court records are included. Approximately 50 pages of treasured photos have been added. Chapters on George McConnell I, Jonathan McConnell, Casper Schnaebeli family; each child of George McConnell II is grafted through 5 generations. Hardcover-dust jacket;

Pdf file of index; printed index available.

Previous purchasers of this book should contact the McConnel Family & Related Clans for the index.


$45 + $6 S&H

Some people knew Bob McConnell as a quiet, easy going person, kind and gentle to all. Some knew him as the Postmaster of Nickelsville Post Office. Others knew him as a a farmer, teacher, surveyor, a telephone worker and banker. Most everyone did not know he was keeping a daily account of the weather, the things he was doing and an account of things which were happening around the community of Nickelsville , Virginia from 1901 to 1960s.

The McConnell Family gives a special thank you to Dorothy McConnell Mann, daughter to Tate and Mildred Fleenor McConnell for sharing this valuable heirloom story with all of us.

McConnell Newsletter Yearbooks; January, April, July and October of years 1995 through 2010 is available.  Contains stories of family events, memorabilia, PHOTOS galore, obituaries of the McConnell connections that have passed on to their heavenly reward, serialization of collections such as the Bob McConnell journal. 

$15 + $6 S&H for each yearly group.


Speers Ferry, Scott County, Va. - ca. 1940