Alamander (Alka) Davis

Title

Alamander (Alka) Davis

Description

Picture 1: Alamander (Alka) Davis driving his yokes of oxen; pulling a steam boiler into the wilds of either Licking or Quick Sand. Davis was a contractor and drove oxen, horses, and mules.

Picture 2: Sitting with his favorite dog, Eisenhower. His son Raymond had given him a matched pair of coon hounds after the war, one named Eisenhower and the other named Patton. Davis was Maintenance Superintendent of Princess Elkhorn Coal's Camp at David at this time.

Date

Picture 1: 1920s or 1930s
Picture 2: 1948

Rights

Submitted by Floyd D. Davis

Files

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Collection

Citation

“Alamander (Alka) Davis,” Floyd County History Collection, accessed March 6, 2021, http://history.fclib.org/items/show/14.