Buchanan County (Then and Now) by Brenda S. Baldwin,Victoria L. Osborne

By Brenda S. Baldwin,Victoria L. Osborne

Buchanan County, like many small counties, has undergone increase and bust in its background. From floods and fires to financial prosperity, Buchanan went from being one of many wealthiest counties to at least one of the poorest within the country of Virginia. in contrast to many small counties, Buchanan is reinventing itself. the unique county isn't any extra and is presently being rebuilt.

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