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The American Romeo and Juliet?

 Part history, part folklore  what is the real story of the Hatfields and McCoys? This site provides the story of the American Romeo and Juliet and an excellent study of American folk culture. Go to other areas of this site
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 Part history, part folklore: what is the real story of the Hatfields and McCoys? This site provides the story of the American Romeo and Juliet and an excellent study of American folk culture. Go to other areas of this site for more history of the town of Matewan.

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