Acknowledgements and References

Acknowledgements

Special thanks to all of the individuals and organizations who contributed time and extensive knowledge to this page, including:

  • Philip de Vos, Virginia Canals and Navigations Society
  • Peggy Dyson-Cobb
  • Dr. David Harbor, Washington and Lee University geology department
  • Don Hasfurther, Historic Lexington Foundation
  • Dr. John Knox, Washington and Lee biology department
  • Col. Kenneth Koons, Virginia Military Institute history department
  • Dr. Paul Low, Washington and Lee geology department
  • Katie Letcher Lyle
  • Laura Neale, Rockbridge Bird Club
  • Dr. Michael Pelton, University of Tennessee Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries
  • Wendy Richards, Rockbridge Bird Club
  • Col. Richard Rowe, Virginia Military Institute biology department
  • Rockbridge Historical Society
  • Alexia Smith, Rockbridge Bird Club
  • Dr. Edgar Spencer, Washington and Lee geology department
  • Lisa Tracy, Chair, Chessie Trail Committee, Rockbridge Area Conservation Council
  • Dr. William Trout III, Virginia Canals and Navigations Society
  • Virginia Canals and Navigations Society
  • Washington and Lee archaeology department
  • Tom Kastner
  • Steve Harrington 

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