Microfilm Titles

The Pamunkey Regional Library has a 35mm microfilm reader, printer, a microfilm collection of Herald-Progress issues from 1919 to the present, and a number of reels on United States and early Virginia history.  It is available at the Atlee Branch Library by appointment only at 804-559-0654.  If you have any questions about the titles on this list, please e-mail ask@pamunkeylibrary.org.

 

Many titles are now available as free eBooks on Google Books.  Click on the link in each title's description to see the eBook.

 

Click on the Reel name to jump to a Reel and see the title descriptions of each Reel:

 

United States History Reels - Virginia History Reels

 

United States History Reels

 

Reel S-1

Histories of Virginia, England, and France

  1. Virginia, 1492-1892
  2. Colonial Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia
  3. History of France
  4. The History of England from the Accession of James II
  5. The Diary of Samuel Pepys.

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Reel S-2

Biographies of Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry

  1. Jefferson and Hamilton: The struggle for democracy in America
  2. Letters and Addresses of Thomas Jefferson
  3. The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson
  4. Sketches of the life and character of Patrick Henry
  5. The Life of Patrick Henry of Virginia

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Reel S-3

The American Revolution and Presidents Lincoln & Grant

  1. Letters of Ulysses S. Grant to his Father and his youngest Sister, 1857-78
  2. Abraham Lincoln: The true story of a great life
  3. Speeches and debates, 1858-1859
  4. Letters and telegrams
  5. The Declaration of Independence: A study in the history of political ideas
  6. History of the War of the Independence of the United States of America

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Reel S-4

The Episcopal Church, prayers, and St. Francis of Assisi

  1. History of the American Episcopal Church, from the planting of the colonies to the end of the Civil War.
  2. The Episcopal Church: Its faith and order.
  3. The Prayers of Peter Marshall, Chaplain for the United States Senate.
  4. Prayers selected from the writings of Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, adapted to the family, the closet, the sacrament, and every occurrence in life.
  5. Francis of Assisi, Saint, 1181?-1226.

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Reel S-5

More Church History and Tidewater Virginia

  1. The Colonial Church in Virginia.
  2. Addendum to Goodwin's List of Colonial Clergy in the Established Church.
  3. Tidewater Virginia.
  4. Colonial Churches of Tidewater Virginia.
  5. A history of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States of America.

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Early Virginia History Reels

 

Reel V-1

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. Colonial Justice in Virginia
  2. A History of Colonial Virginia
  3. Alexander Spotswood:  Governor of Colonial Virginia, 1710-1722
  4. The true travels, adventures, and observations of Captaine John Smith: in Europe, Asia, Affrica, and America, from anno domini 1593 to 1629
  5. English Politics in Early Virginia History
  6. The adventures and discoveries of Captain John Smith, sometime President of Virginia, and Admiral of New England
  7. A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia
  8. The making of Virginia and the middle colonies, 1578-1701
  9. Pioneers of the old south: a chronicle of English colonial beginnings
  10. Men and Events: chapters of Virginia history
  11. 1607-1907.  Memories of Virginia.  A souvenir of founding days
  12. True stories of Jamestown and its environs

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Reel V-2

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. Life in old Virginia
  2. The Colonial Church in Virginia
  3. History of the Virginia Company of London, with letters to and from the first colony never before printed
  4. The First Republic in America; an account of the origin of this nation, written from the records then (1624) concealed by the council, rather than from the histories then licensed by the Crown.
  5. Captain John Smith's true relation
  6. Four Revolutions and Virginia Education
  7. Captain John Smith and his critics
  8. The First Plantation: A history of Hampton and Elizabeth City County, Virginia, 1607-1887
  9. The Cradle of the Republic, Jamestown and James River

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Reel V-3

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. Old Virginia and Her Neighbors
  2. The Planters of Colonial Virginia
  3. Patrician and Plebian in Virginia: or the origin and development of the social classes of the old Dominion
  4. Virginia under the Stuarts, 1607-1688
  5. Prisoners of hope. A tale of Colonial Virginia
  6. The Story of Virginia's First Century
  7. The conquest of Virginia: the forest primeval

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Reel V-4

Virginia History & Drama - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. The Head of a Hundred.  Being an account of certain passages in the life of Humphrey Huntoon, Esq.  sometime an officer in the colony of Virginia
  2. The story of Bacon's Rebellion
  3. Three Virginia Frontiers
  4. The site of old "James Towne," 1607-1698
  5. Southern explorers and colonists, as illustrated in the early events connected with the French settlement at Fort Carolina, the Spanish colony at St. Augustine, and the English plantation at Jamestown.
  6. My Lady Pokahontas.
  7. Pocahontas, the Virginia nonpareil
  8. The Knights of the Horse-Shoe; a traditionary tale of the cocked hat gentry in the Old Dominion
  9. The heart's highway.
  10. Landmarks of old Prince William; a study of origins in Northern Virginia. (Two volumes)

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Reel V-5

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. The Conquest of Virginia: the first attempt
  2. The Conquest of Virginia: the third attempt, 1620-1624
  3. The London Company of Virginia
  4. Before the Mayflower
  5. Dissolution of the Virginia Company

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Reel V-6

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. Original patentees of land at Washington prior to 1700
  2. The rise of religious liberty in America
  3. Pocahontas
  4. Colonial Virginia
  5. John Smith, also Pocahontas
  6. The history and present state of Virginia, in four parts
  7. William Claiborne of Virginia: with some account of his pedigree

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Reel V-7

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. The adventures of Captain John Smith, the founder of the colony of Virginia
  2. The apprenticeship of Washington and other sketches of significant colonial personages
  3. The Birth of Our Nation: A drama of America
  4. Four revolutions and Virginia education
  5. The youth of the Old Dominion
  6. A Short Account of the First Settlement of the Provinces of Virginia, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, by the English
  7. The Birth of the Nation: Jamestown, 1607
  8. Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia Frontier, 1755-1783
  9. Voyages en Virginie et en Floride, traduits du latin par L ningler et confrontes avec les textes anglais, francais ou allemands.  Description merveilleuse et cependant veritable des moeurs et coutumes des sauvages de la Virginie (en 1585) etc
  10. Virginia, 1492-1892

 

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Reel V-8

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. Old churches, ministers, and families of Virginia (Two volumes)
  2. Virginia and Virginians
  3. Colonial Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia
  4. Sources and documents illustrating the American Revolution, 1764-1788 and the formation of the Federal Constitution

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Reel V-9

Virginia History - Colonial Period 1600-1775

  1. First celebration of the anniversary of the settlement at Jamestown, Va., on the 13th of May, 1607
  2. Virginia's God be thanked, on a sermon of thanksgiving for the happie success of the affayres in Virginia this late yeare
  3. The controversy between Lieutenant Governor Spotswood, and his council and the House of burgesses, on the appointment of judges on commissions of oyer and terminer, 1718
  4. A true relation of Virginia, by Captain John Smith; with an introduction and notes by Charles Deane
  5. The relation between the Virginia planter and the London merchant
  6. The causes which produced the Virginia of the revolutionary period
  7. Studies of the Virginia eastern shore in the seventeenth century
  8. Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, 1755 - 1783
  9. The Youth of the Old Dominion

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Reel V-10

Virginia History (Pertaining to the colonies, churches, localities, misc.)

  1. The History of the College of William and Mary, from its foundation, 1693 to 1870. 
  2. The loyalty of the clergy of the church of England in Virginia to the colony in 1776 and their conduct.
  3. Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary.
  4. The dignity of George Washington.
  5. The history of Arlington.
  6. Facts and figures vs. myths and misrepresentations: the true history of the Jamestown colony.
  7. Old Yorktown and Its History
  8. The Church of England in Colonial Virginia
  9. History of the Hebron Lutheran Church, Madison County, Virginia, from 1717 - 1907
  10. St. Paul's Church 1832, originally The Borough Church 1739
  11. The Church in the Confederate States
  12. The History of Truro Parish in Virginia
  13. "Old Chapel" Clarke County, Virginia

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Reel No. S-1
1. Smith, Margaret Vowell. Virginia, 1492-1892. A brief review of the discovery of the Continent of North America, with a history of the executives of the colony and of the Commonwealth of Virginia. In two parts. Washington, W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., 1893.  See this title in Google Books.

2 .  Colonial Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia. A series of sketches by especially qualified writers. Thirty-five illustrations.  Second edition, revised and improved. Richmond, Virginia.  Southern  Churchman Company, 1908.  See this title on Google Books.

3. Russell, John A.M.  History of France. from the earliest times to the present day. On the basis of Sadler's history, and arranged for the use of schools, with questions for the examination of students.  Philadelphia, Published by Hogan and Thompson, 1837.

4. The History of England from the Accession of James II.  By Thomas Babington Macaulay. In three volumes. London, Published by J.M.  Dent and Co., 1906.  See this title on Google Books.

5. Pepys, Samuel.  The Diary of Samuel Pepys Introduction by Audley Hay Johnston, M. A. With photogravure illustrations. London and Glasgow, 1825.  See this title on Google Books.

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Reel No. S-2
1. Bowers, Claude G. Jefferson and Hamilton: The struggle for democracy in America. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1925.

2. Letters and Addresses of Thomas Jefferson. Edited by William B. Parker and Jonas Viles. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, Publishers, 1903.  See this title on Google Books.

3. The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson. Compiled from family letters and reminiscences, by his great-granddaughter, Sarah N. Randolph.
New York: Harper and Brothers, Publishers, 1871.  See this title on Google Books.

4. Wirt, William. Sketches of the life and character of Patrick Henry. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co, 1838.  See this title on Google Books.  See this title on Google Books.

5. Arnold, S.G. The life of Patrick Henry of Virginia. New York, Hurst and Co., 1845.  See this title on Google Books.

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Reel No. S-3
1. Letters of Ulysses S. Grant to his Father and his youngest Sister, 1857-78. Edited by his nephew Jesse Grant Cramer. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1912.  See this title on Google Books.

2. Abraham Lincoln: The true story of a great life. By William H. Herndon and Jesse W. Weik. In two volumes. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1895. 2V.  See this title on Google Books.

3. Lincoln, Abraham. Speeches and debates, 1858-1859. Comprising the conclusion of the fourth joint debate with Douglas, and the fifth, sixth, and seventh debates. New York: The Current Literature Publishing Company, 1907. See this title on Google Books.

4. Lincoln, Abraham. Letters and telegrams.  Meredith to Yates. Including messages to Congress, military orders, memoranda, etc., relating to individual persons. New York: The Current Literature Publishing  Company, 1907.  See this title on Google Books.

5. Becker, Carl. The Declaration of Independence: A study in the history of political ideas. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1922.  See this title in Google Books.

6. Botta, Charles. History of the War of the Independence of the United States of America. In two volumes. New Haven: T. Brainard. 1839. See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. S-4
1. McConnell, S. D. History of the American Episcopal Church, from the planting of the colonies to the end of the Civil War. New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1890.  See this title in Google Books.

2. Hodges, George. The Episcopal Church: Its faith and order. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.  See this title in Google books.

3. The Prayers of Peter Marshall, Chaplain for the United States Senate.  Edited and with prefaces by Catherine Marshall. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1949.

4. Taylor, Jeremy, D.D. Prayers selected from the writings of Jeremy Taylor, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, adapted to the family, the closet, the sacrament, and every occurrence in life. By the Rev. Samuel Clapham, M.A. London, 1816.

5. Francis of Assisi, Saint, 1181?-1226. By Mrs. Margaret Oliphant. London, MacMillan and Co. and New York. 1887.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel S-5
1. Goodwin, The Rev Edward Lewis. The Colonial Church in Virginia. With biographical sketches of the first six Bishops of the Diocese of Virginia. And other historical papers, together with brief biographical sketches of the colonial clergy of Virginia. By The Rev. Edward Lewis Goodwin, D.D., historiographer of the Diocese of Virginia, 1905-1924. With foreword by The Rt. Rev. William Cabell Brown, D.D., Bishop of Virginia. And introduction by The Rev. G. MacLaren Brydon. Milwaukee, Morehouse Publishing Co., London: A. R. Mowbray & Co., 1927.

2. Addendum to Goodwin's List of Colonial Clergy in the Established Church. Richmond, September 11, 1933. This book contains additional information about the clergy of the Established Church in Virginia which has come to light since the publication of the historical list of the clergy in Rev. Edward L. Goodwin' s book .THE COLONIAL CHURCH IN VIRGINIA."

3. Wilstach, Paul. Tidewater Virginia. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1929.

4. Mason, George.  Colonial Churches of Tidewater Virginia. By George Carrington Mason, Historiographer, Diocese of Southern Virginia. Richmond, Virginia, Whittet and Shepperson, 1945.

5. Tiffany, Charles Comfort. A history of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States of America. New York: Char1es Scribner's sons, 1895.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel V-1
1.  Chumbley, George Lewis.  Colonial Justice in Virginia.  The development of a judicial system, typical laws and cases of the period.  The Dietz Press, Richmond, Va. 1938.

2.  Cridlin, William Broaddus.  A History of Colonial Virginia.  The first permanent colony in America.  To which is added the genealogy of the several shires and counties and population in Virginia from the first Spanish colony to the present time.  Pageant edition.  Williams Printing Co., Richmond, Va.  1923.

3.  Dodson, Leonidas.  Alexander Spotswood:  Governor of Colonial Virginia, 1710-1722.  Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania press, 1932.

4.  Smith, John.  The true travels, adventures, and observations of Captaine John Smith: in Europe, Asia, Affrica, and America, from anno domini 1593 to 1629.  London, Thomas Slater, 1630.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Brown, Alexander.  English Politics in Early Virginia History.  Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin and co.,  1901.  See this title in Google Books.

6.  Ashton, John.  The adventures and discoveries of Captain John Smith, sometime President of Virginia, and Admiral of New England.  Newly ordered by John Ashton.  London, Cassell, and co., 1883. See this title in Google Books.

7.  Hariot, Thomas.  A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia.  Reproduced in facsimile from the first edition of 1588.  New York, Dodd, Mead, and co., 1903.  See this title in Google Books.

8.  Drake, Samuel Adams.  The making of Virginia and the middle colonies, 1578-1701.  New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1893.  See this title in Google Books.

9.  Johnston, Mary.  Pioneers of the old south: a chronicle of English colonial beginnings. New Haven, Yale University press, 1918.  See this title in Google Books.

10.  Gordon, Armistead C.  Men and Events: chapters of Virginia history. Staunton, Va.  The McClure Co., 1923.

11.  Darling, Mrs. Flora Adams.  1607-1907.  Memories of Virginia.  A souvenir of founding days.  Daughters of the American Revolution, 1907.  See this title in Google Books

12.  Hale William Thomas.  True stories of Jamestown and its environs.  By Will T. Hale.  Nashville, Tenn.  Publishing house of the M.E. Church south, 1907.

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Reel No. V-2
1.  McDonald, James J.  Life in old Virginia.  A description of Virginia, more particularly the Tidewater section, narrating many incidents relating to the manners and customs of old Virginia.  Norfolk, 1907.  See this title in Google Books.

2.  Goodwin, the Reverend Edward Lewis.  The Colonial Church in Virginia. With biographical sketches of the first six Bishops of the Diocese of Virginia.  Morehouse Publishing co. 1927.  Contains brief biographical sketches of the colonial clergy of Virginia.

3.  Neill, Edward D.  History of the Virginia Company of London, with letters to and from the first colony never before printed.  Albany, N.Y. 1869.  See this title on Google Books.

4.  Brown, Alexander.  The First Republic in America; an account of the origin of this nation, written from the records then (1624) concealed by the council, rather than from the histories then licensed by the Crown.  Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin and co., 1898.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Smith, John. Captain John Smith's true relation. (1608) 1896. See this title in Google Books.

6.  Morrison, Alfred.  Four Revolutions and Virginia Education. 1919.

7.  Poindexter, Charles.  Captain John Smith and his critics.  A lecture before the Society for Geographical and Historical Study of Richmond College.  Richmond, 1893.  See this title in Google Books.

8.  Starkey, Marion L.  The First Plantation: A history of Hampton and Elizabeth City County, Virginia, 1607-1887.  1936.

9.  Tyler, Lyon Gardiner.  The Cradle of the Republic, Jamestown and James River.  By Lyon Gardiner Tyler,  LL.D., President of the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va.  The Hermitage press, 1906.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. V-3
1.  Fiske, John.  Old Virginia and Her Neighbors.  Illustrated with maps, facsimiles and other historical materials.  In two volumes.  Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston and New York, 1900.  See this title on Google Books.

2.  Wertenbaker, Thomas J.  The Planters of Colonial Virginia.  Princeton University press.  1922.  See this title in Google Books.

3.  Wertenbaker, Thomas J.  Patrician and Plebian in Virginia: or the origin and development of the social classes of the old Dominion.  The Michie Co., Printers, Charlottesville, Va. 1910.  See this title in Google Books.

4.  Wertenbaker, Thomas J. Virginia under the Stuarts, 1607-1688.  Princeton University press. 1914.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Johnston, Mary.  Prisoners of hope. A tale of Colonial Virginia.  Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1901.  See this title in Google Books.

6.  Stanard, Mary Newton.  The Story of Virginia's First Century. Philadelphia and London.  J.B. Lippincott Co., 1928.

7.  Sams, Conway Whittle.  The conquest of Virginia: the forest primeval.  An account, based on original documents, of the Indian in that portion of the continent in which was established the first English colony in America.  G.P. Putnam's sons, 1916.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. V-4
1.  Goodwin, Maud Wilder.  The Head of a Hundred.  Being an account of certain passages in the life of Humphrey Huntoon, Esq.  sometime an officer in the colony of Virginia.  Boston, Little Brown, 1895.  See this title in Google Books.

2.  Stanard, Mary  Newton.  The story of Bacon's Rebellion. The Neale Publishing co., 1907.  See this title in Google Books.

3.  Abernethey, Thomas Perkins.  Three Virginia Frontiers.  Louisiana State University.  1940.

4.  Yonge, Samuel H.  The site of old "James Towne," 1607-1698. A brief historical and topographical sketch of the first American metropolis, illustrated with original maps, drawings and photographs.  Published by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.  Richmond, Va., 1904.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Banvard, Joseph, D.D.  Southern explorers and colonists, as illustrated in the early events connected with the French settlement at Fort Carolina, the Spanish colony at St. Augustine, and the English plantation at Jamestown.  Boston, 1875.  See this title in Google Books.

6.  Cooke, John Esten.  My Lady Pokahontas.  A true relation of Virginia.  Writ by Anas Todkill, Puritan and pilgrim.  Boston, 1885.  See this title in Google Books.

7.  Viett, George Frederic.  Pocahontas, the Virginia nonpareil. A drama of the 17th century.  The C.W. Rex Co., Publishers.  Richmond, Va., 1906.

8.  Caruthers, Dr. William A.  The Knights of the Horse-Shoe; a traditionary tale of the cocked hat gentry in the Old Dominion.  1882.

9.  Wilkins, Mary E. The heart's highway.  A romance of Virginia in the Seventeenth century.  New York, Doubleday, Page and co., 1900.  See this title in Google Books.

10. Harrison, Fairfax.  Landmarks of old Prince William; a study of origins in Northern Virginia.  Richmond, Priv. print, the Old Dominion press, 1924. (2V)

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Reel No. V-5
1.  Sams, Conway Whittle.  The Conquest of Virginia: the first attempt.  Being an account of Sir Walter Raleigh's colony on Roanoke Island, based on original records and incidents in the life of Raleigh, 1584-1602.  Norfolk, Keyser-Doherty Co., 1924.

2.  Sams, Conway Whittle.  The Conquest of Virginia: the third attempt, 1620-1624.  Virginia founded under the charters of 1609 and 1612.  An account based on orginal documents of the establishment of the colony, by the Virginia Company of London.  G.P. Putnam's sons, 1939.

3.  Ellyson, James Taylor.  The London Company of Virginia.  A brief account of its transactions in colonizing Virginia.  New York and London, 1908.  See this title in Google Books.

4.  Yardley, Captain J.H.R.  Before the Mayflower.  New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1931.

5.  Craven, Wesley Frank.  Dissolution of the Virginia Company.  The failure of a colonial experiment.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1932.

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Reel No. V-6
1.  Gahn, Bessie Wilmarth (Brown).  Original patentees of land at Washington prior to 1700.  April, 1936.

2.  Cobb, Sanford Hoadley.  The rise of religious liberty in America.  A history by Sanford Hoadley Cobb.  New York: The Macmillan Co., 1902.  See this title in Google Books.

3.  Seelye, Elizabeth Eggleston.  Pocahontas.  Including an account of the early settlement of Virginia and of the adventures of John Smith.  Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co, 1879.  See this title in Google Books.

4.  Chandler, Julian and Thames, T.B. Colonial Virginia.  Richmond, Virginia.  Times-Dispatch company, 1907.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Fletcher, John Gould.  John Smith, also Pocahontas.  New York: Brentano's publisher, 1928.

6.  Beverley, Robert. The history and present state of Virginia, in four parts.  By a native and inhabitant of the place.  London: Printed for R. Parker, 1705.

7.  Claiborne, John Herbert.  William Claiborne of Virginia: with some account of his pedigree.  With an introduction by John D. Lindsay, of the New York Bar. G.P. Putnam's sons, 1917.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. V-7
1.  Hawks, Francis Lister.  The adventures of Captain John Smith, the founder of the colony of Virginia.  New York: D. Appleton, 1843. See this title in Google Books.

2.  Hodges, George.  The apprenticeship of Washington and other sketches of significant colonial personages.  New Your: Moffat, Yard and Co., 1909.  See this title in Google Books.

3.  Viett, George Frederic.  The Birth of Our Nation: A drama of America.  The Galaxy publishing co., 1916.

4.  Morrison, Alfred J.  Four revolutions and Virginia education. 1919.

5.  Hopkins, Samuel.  The youth of the Old Dominion.  Boston: John J. Jewett and co., 1856.  See this title in Google Books.

6.  A Short Account of the First Settlement of the Provinces of Virginia, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, by the English.  To which is annexed a map of Maryland, according to the Bounds mentioned in the charter, and also the adjacent country, anno 1630.  London.  Printed in the year MDCCXXXV.  See this title in Google Books.

7.  Pryor, Sara Agnes.  The Birth of the Nation: Jamestown, 1607. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1907.  See this title in Google Books.

8.  Hoyt, William D. Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia Frontier, 1755-1783.  A dissertation submitted to John Hopkins University, 1940.

9.  Voyages en Virginie et en Floride, traduits du latin par L ningler et confrontes avec les textes anglais, francais ou allemands.  Description merveilleuse et cependant veritable des moeurs et coutumes des sauvages de la Virginie (en 1585) etc.  Paris, 1927 I. Raleigh's Roanoke colonies, 1584-1590.

10. Smith, Margaret Vowell.  Virginia, 1492-1892.  A brief review of the discovery of the continent of North America with a history of the executives of the colony and the Commonwealth of Virginia.  In two parts.  Washington, 1893. See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. V-8
1.  Meade, William D.D.,  Bishop of the P.E.C. of Virginia.  Old churches, ministers, and families of Virginia. 2V.  Philadelphia, Pa.  J.P. Lippincott Co., 1857.  See this title in Google Books.

2.  Brock, Dr. R.A. (Secretary of the Virginia Historical Society) Virginia and Virginians. Eminent Virginians.  Executives of the colony of Virginia from Sir Thomas Smyth to Lord Dunmore.  Executives of the State of Virginia from Patrick Henry to Fitzhugh Lee.  Contains a history of Virginia from the settlement of Jamestown to the close of the Civil War.  H.H. Hardesty, 1888.  See this title in Google Books.

3.  Colonial Churches in the Original Colony of Virginia.  A series of sketches by especially qualified writers. 39 illustrations.  Richmond, Va.  The Southern Churchman Co. 1907.  (W.M. Clark, Editor.  See this title in Google Books.

4.  Morison, S.E., Editor.  Sources and documents illustrating the American Revolution, 1764-1788 and the formation of the Federal Constitution.  Selected and edited by S.E. Morison.  Oxford, at the Clarendon Press, 1923.

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Reel No. V-9
1.  Old Dominion Society of the City of New York.  First celebration of the anniversary of the settlement at Jamestown, Va., on the 13th of May, 1607.  Hon. George W. Summers, orator.  New York, Pudney & Russell, printers, 1860.

2.  Copland, Patrick. Virginia's God be thanked, on a sermon of thanksgiving for the happie success of the affayres in Virginia this late yeare.  Preached by Patrick Copland at Bow-church in Cheapside before the...Virginia company...18 of April, 1622.  Printed by I.D. for W. Sheffard and J. Bellamie, 1622.

3.  Ford, Worthington Chauncey.  The controversy between Lieutenant Governor Spotswood, and his council and the House of burgesses, on the appointment of judges on commissions of oyer and terminer, 1718.  Historical printing club, 1891.  See this title in Google Books.

4.  Smith, John.  A true relation of Virginia, by Captain John Smith; with an introduction and notes by Charles Deane.  Boston, Wiggin and Lunt, 1866.  See this title in Google Books.

5.  Bassett, John Spencer. The relation between the Virginia planter and the London merchant. 1901.

6.  Henry, William Wirt. The causes which produced the Virginia of the revolutionary period.  Inaugural address of Hon. William Wirt Henry, 1891.

7.  Ames, Susie May.  Studies of the Virginia eastern shore in the seventeenth century.  Richmond, Va., The Dietz Press, 1940.

8.  Hoyt, William Dana, Jr. Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, 1755 - 1783.  Part of a thesis (Ph.D.) John Hopkins University, 1940.

9.  Hopkins, Samuel. The Youth of the Old Dominion.  Boston, J.P. Jewett & co.; New York, Sheldon, Blakeman & Co. 1856. (a romantic sketch of the early history of Virginia, concluding with Bacon's insurrection.) First edition.  See this title in Google Books.

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Reel No. V-10
1.  The History of the College of William and Mary, from its foundation, 1693 to 1870.  See this title in Google Books.

2.  Thomas, R.S.  The loyalty of the clergy of the church of England in Virginia to the colony in 1776 and their conduct.  Richmond, 1907.

3.  Chorley, Kenneth.  Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary.  An address delivered by Kenneth Chorley, President of Colonial Williamsburg.  Charter Day, 1945.

4.  Adams, Randolph G.  The dignity of George Washington.  Ann Arbor.  1932.

5.  Chase, Enoch A.  The history of Arlington.  Washington, D.C. The National Art Service, 1929.

6.  Andrews, Matthew Page.  Facts and figures vs. myths and misrepresentations: the true history of the Jamestown colony. 1919.

7.  Smith, Mrs. Sydney.  Old Yorktown and Its History. 1920.  See this title in Google Books.

8.  Pennington, Edgar Legare.  The Church of England in Colonial Virginia.  Part 1 (1607-1619) and Part 2 (1620-1635).  1937-38.

9.  Huddle, Rev. W.P. History of the Hebron Lutheran Church, Madison County, Virginia, from 1717 - 1907.  New Market, Va.  1908.  See this title in Google Books.

10. St. Paul's Church 1832, originally The Borough Church 1739.  Elizabeth River Parish, Norfolk, Virginia.  Published by the Altar Guild of St. Paul's Church, Norfolk, Virginia, 1934.

11. Cheshire, Joseph Blount.  The Church in the Confederate States. A history of the Protestant Episcopal church in the Confederate states.  Longmans, Green, and co., 1914.  See this title in Google Books.

12. Slaughter, Rev. Philip.  The History of Truro Parish in Virginia.  edited by Rev. Edward L. Goodwin.  Philadelphia, George W. Jacobs & co., 1908.  See this title in Google Books.

13. Hughes, Charles Randolph.  "Old Chapel" Clarke County, Virginia.  Erected in 1791.  Historical sketch of the Old Chapel and cemetery records,  The Blue Ridge press, 1906.

 

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