American History Books by Lawrence J. Fleenor, Jr.


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ATHAWOMINEE, THE GREAT WARRIOR'S PATH

The Great Warrior's Path, or "Athawominee," was the centerpiece of Indian civilization east of the Mississippi River.  Its many braches originated in New York and Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and in the Carolinas.  It coalesced in Southwest Virginia and passed through Cumberland Gap into Kentucky, where it again subdivided.  Athawominee's western branches traversed Kentucky all the way to the Mississippi, and its northern branches  went on into the Old Northwest Territory -- the land between the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.  For the Indians that used it, Athwominee was not only, and perhaps not primarily, an avenue to war, but was a means of communication, and above all, a route of commerce.  It simply was the thread that held the Indian civilization east of the Mississippi River together.  Later, it was the most significant route of emigration for settlers moving from the East to the interior of the continent.  The only trail of comparable historic significance in American is the Oregon Trail.

 



The Bear Grass
*A History*

The idea of regional history leads directly to the unspoken thesis of this book.  Read more ...

The Forts of the Holston Militia

The story of the southwest Virginia warfare told as never before!  Locations of 37 of the forts ... more

Athawominee
The Great Warrior's Path

Daniel Boone, Thomas Walker and Claudius Crozet linked with the GREAT ROAD ... more

Benge!
The story of the most successful and yet, the most dreaded of the Cherokee war leaders ... read more


Black Mountain Mother of Today
Indians, feuds, bush-wackings, buffalo, Civil War murders ... read more

Appalachia Anthology

A collection of short stories about the Town of Appalachia ... read more

  Elk Garden
Written by Lawrence J. Fleenor, Jr., and Edgar A. Howard, Elk Garden is a profoundly interesting place.  Roughly only about a half a dozen miles across, this limestone cove to the north of Clinch Mountain in Russell County, Virginia, is special to American History in several ways. 
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Johannes Flinner
Written by Lawrence J. Fleenor, Jr., and Edgar A. Howard.  We know of no other biography of this man, who figured large in the opening of the Wars of the Reformation
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Campbell's
Choice

Old World exploration and settlement, evolution of American land title law, preindustrial era industry, Civil War, premodern chemical industry, modern chemical industry, and environmental law Saltville brandishes it all.  Read Campbell's Choice online.