“Nearing his 24th birthday, he was a thorough frontiersman, forester, lumberman, a splendid blacksmith, a natural born engineer; in short a genius and an all around good fellow. He was six feet in his socks and heavy proportionately.” These are the words that describe Orville Southerland Cox, the subject of Adelia B. Cox Sidwell’s “Biographical […]
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