"Punch Bowl". "aboriginal excavation unknown
to me, who have made inquiries of the oldest 'inhabitants'
now living. I believe the name comes from a peculiar bend in the river there:
so called on the "9 sheet map"
of P.[P?] J.J. Barbour
Thomas Barbour's home was near the village of Barbourville
- about 1 mile S.-trace there in 1907; He lived
subsequently at "Bloomingdale" - near Liberty Mills,
the residence being some hundred yards N.E. of the
From the TAYLOR DIARY, #1907-z in the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill. FOR REFERENCE ONLY: PERMISSION TO PUBLISH MUST BE REQUESTED. WARNING: MOST MANUSCRIPTS ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT.
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