The following is a list of books and articles about Anne Bailey, early pioneer, which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.
Case, Fred M. Anne Bailey, Charleston, WV, Telfords,
B B154c Pam.
Hall, Grace McCartney. "Anne Bailey in West Virginia Tradition,"
West Virginia History Quarterly Magazine, Volume 17,
Arc 1. 4:17 1955-56.
Lewis, Virgil Anson. "Anne Bailey," The Magazine of History
with Notes and Queries, Volume 2 Number 3, March 1910, Library of
________________. Life and Times of Anne Bailey: the Pioneer
Heroine of the Great Kanawha Valley, Charleston, WV, Butler
Publishing Company, 1891.
Poffenbarger, Livia Simpson. Anne Bailey: Thrilling
Adventures of the Heroine of the Kanawha Valley, Pt. Pleasant,
L.S. Poffenbarger, 1907.
Royall, Anne. Sketches of History, Life, and Manners, in the United States, New Haven, Anne Royall, 1826. [Click here to read her observations on Anne Bailey]
Truman, Timothy. Straight Up to See the Sky, Forestville,
CA: Eclipse Books, 1991, pp. 106-09.
"Mad Anne, the Huntress," United States Magazine,
Volume 3, Number 3, September 1856, pp.235-237, Library of Congress, 1954.
"Anne Bailey's Ride," Mullens Advocate, 9-30-1971.
"Anne Bailey," by Adelaide Cole, Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, 3- 1980.
"Anne Bailey," by Richard Montgomery, West Virginia Hillbilly, 4-20-1974.
"Anne Bailey Saved Town, She Brought Ammunition to Unprotected Fort in Year 1791," n.d.
"Anne Bailey Saved Old Fort Lee by Long Ride Through Wilderness," n.d.
Bailey, Anne, 1742-1825. Typescript biography by Ambler.
"Gauley Bridge a Focal Point of History," Beckley Post-Herald, 6-11-1969.
"Heroine of the Frontier," The Call, C&P Telephone, 2-1970.
"Know of Anne Bailey You Should for her Story is a Queer One," Herald Dispatch, 12- 6-1923.
"Looking Back, by McKinley, Mason Co., Historical Society," Point Pleasant Register, 4- 10-1970.
"Mad Anne Bailey is Needed by Charleston in Historical Pageant," Herald Advertiser, 9- 25-1927.
"Mad Anne Bailey Became Famous as Pioneer Scout," Charleston Gazette, 6-1939.
"Rare Courage of Anne Bailey Stamped Her as Unique Figure," Times Record, 10-2- 1930.
"The Kanawha Tradition," Princeton Times, 10-14-1971.
"The Dates in the Life of Anne Bailey," WV Heritage Foundation, 4-16-1966.
"They Called Her Mad Anne," Clarksburg Exponent, 3-14-1939.
"Two Hardy Pioneer Women Saved Many Lives," Times-West Virginian, 10-30-1963.
"White Squaw of the Kanawha," Point Pleasant Register, 5-22-1929.
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