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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARMY NATIONAL GUARD HISTORY

Virginia

General.

Anderson, Joseph R. The V. M. I.--Her Past. Lexington: Virginia Military Institute, 1910.

Anonymous. "Historical Sketch of Monticello Guard." Mimeograph, c. 1939. [Copy in the collections of the United States Army Center of Military History]

-----. "Outline History of the 246th Regiment of Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense), Virginia National Guard. Manuscript, 1925, with endorsements and attachments dated through 1931. [Copy in the collections of the United States Army Center of Military History]

Ballard, Larry A. "Alexandria Light Infantry." Military Collector and Historian, 36 (Spring 1984), pp. 27-28.

Blackford, Charles M. Annals of the Lynchburg Home Guard. Lynchburg: Privately printed, 1891.

Cromwell, Giles. The Virginia Manufactory of Arms. Charlottesville; University Press of Virginia, 1975.

Cutchins, John A. A Famous Command: The Richmond Light Infantry Blues. Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1934.

Dickerson, Henry C. 183d Regiment Infantry Virginia National Guard 1680-1922. With endorsement by W. W. Sale, 26 November 1928, and [Supplement] Outline History, 20 February 1936. Bound manuscript. [Copy in the collections of the United States Army Center of Military History]

Grubert, Reese T. "Notes on the Militia Organization of the County of Augusta and Town of Staunton, Virginia--1742 to 1865." Manuscript, 29 January 1953 with supplement, 15 March 1956. [Copy in the collections of the United States Army Center of Military History]

Hall, Virginius Cornick, Jr. Portraits in the Collection of the Virginia Historical Society: A Catalogue. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, 1981.

Jacob, Diane B., and Judith Moreland Arnold. A Virginia Military Institute Album, 1839-1910. A Collection of Photographs and Manuscripts from the VMI Archives, Lexington, Virginia. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1982.

Lewis, Arnold M. A Brief History of the 176th Infantry. Fort Benning, Ga.: N.p., July 1943.

Lewis, Virgil A. The Soldiery of West Virginia in the French and Indian War; Lord Dunmore's War; the Revolution; the Later Indian Wars; the Whiskey Insurrection; the Second War with England; the War with Mexico. And Addenda relating to West Virginians in the Civil War. Charleston, W. Va.: Third Biennial Report of the Department of Archives and History, State of West Virginia, 1911.

Thompson, Thomas T. The 176th: Its Battalions and Their Companies. Hampton: Privately printed, 1986.

Weckert, John C. "The 'Old First' and Richmond." The Rattlesnake, 15 (March 1937), pp. 1-15.

-----, and Henry G. Dickerson. "The 'Old First' Virginia Infantry: An Outline History." The Rattlesnake, Supplement, 1933.

Wharton, Tazewell Selden. The Romantic Record of the First Virginia Infantry 1680-1931. [Richmond]: N.p., [1931].

Williams, Hugh T. "History of Company 'M' Is Traced Back To Civil War." Danville Bee, 24 September 1917. [Danville Grays]

Wright, Robert K., Jr. "The Alexandria Light Infantry: Alexandria's Role in America's Military, 1842-1983." In James Allen Braden, editor, Proceedings of Northern Virginia Studies Conference 1983 "Alexandria: Empire to Commonwealth" (Alexandria: Northern Virginia Community College, 1984), pp. 95-106.

County and Local Histories.

Agee, Helene Barret. Facets of Goochland (Virginia) County's History. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1962.

Ailsworth, Timothy S., et al., compilers. Charlotte County: Rich Indeed, A History from Prehistoric Times Through the Civil War. Charlotte County: Charlotte County Board of Supervisors, 1979.

Aler, F. Vernon. Aler's History of Martinsburg and Berkeley County, West Virginia. Hagerstown, Md.: The Mail Publishing Co., 1888.

Arritt, Gay. Historical Sketches. Edited by Horton P. Beirne. Covington: Alleghany Historical Society, 1982.

Bagby, Alfred. King and Queen County, Virginia. New York: Neale Publishing Co., 1908.

Barclay, W. Houston. "Rockbridge Goes to War." Rockbridge Historical Society Proceedings, 6 (1961-1965), pp. 9-14.

Barnes, Raymond P. A History of Roanoke. Radford: Commonwealth Press, 1968.

Beeman, Richard R. The Evolution of the Southern Backcountry: A Case Study of Lunenburg County, Virginia 1746-1832. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1984.

Bickley, George W. L. History of the Settlement and Indian Wars of Tazewell County, Virginia. Cincinnati: Morgan & Co., 1852.

Boddie, John Bennett. Southside Virginia Families. 2 vols. Redwood City, Calif.: Pacific Coast Publishers, 1955-1956.

Boogher, William Fletcher, compiler. Gleanings of Virginia History. An Historical and Genealogical Collection, largely from Original Sources. Washington: Privately printed, 1903.

Bracey, Susan L. Life by the Roaring Roanoke: A History of Mecklenburg County, Virginia. Mecklenburg: Mecklenburg County Bicentennial Commission, 1977.

Bradshaw, Herbert Clarence. History of Prince Edward County, Virginia From Its Earliest Settlement, through its Establishment in 1754 to its Bicentennial Year. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1955.

Brigham, Clarence S. "Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820: Part 18, Virginia-West Virginia." American Antiquarian Asociation Proceedings, New Ser., 37 (April 1927), pp. 63-162.

Brown, Douglas Summers. Chase City and Its Environs: The Southside Virginia Experience 1765-1975. Chase City: Publications Committee, Municipal Building, 19975.

-----, editor. Historical and Biographical Sketches of Greensville County, Virginia, 1650-1967. Emporia: Riparian Woman's Club, 1968.

Bruce, Carolyn Hale. Roanoke A Pictorial History. Norfolk: Donning Company, 1976.

Bushong, Millard Kessler. A History of Jefferson County West Virginia. Charles Town: Jefferson Publishing Co., 1941.

Butt, Marshall W. Portsmouth Under Four Flags 1752-1961. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Historical Association, 1961.

Cabell, Margaret Anthony, et al. Sketches and Recollections of Lynchburg by the Oldest Inhabitants. Lynchburg: Lynchburg Historical Foundation, 1974.

Callahan, James Morton. Semi-Centennial History of West Virginia. [Morgantown]: Semi-Centennial Commission of West Virginia, 1913.

Campbell, T. E. Colonial Caroline: A History of Caroline County, Virginia. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1954.

Cartmell, Thomas Kemp. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants. A History of Frederick County, Virginia, From its Formation in 1738 to 1908. Winchester: Eddy Press Corporation, 1909.

Chesson, Michael B. Richmond After the War 1865-1890. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1981.

Christian, W. Asbury. Lynchburg and Its People. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell Co., 1900.

Clement, Maud Carter. The History of Pittsylvania County Virginia. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell Co., 1929.

-----. Writings of Maud Carter Clement. Chatham: Pittsylvania Historical Society, 1982.

Crush, Charles W., compiler. The Montgomery County Story 1776-1957. Montgomery: Montgomery County Festival Committee, 1957.

Cummins, A. B. Nottoway County, Virginia: Founding and Development with Biographical Sketches. Richmond: W. M. Brown & Son, 1970.

Dabney, Virginius. Richmond: The Story of a City. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Co., 1976.

Daniel, W. Harrison. Bedford County, Virginia, 1840-1860: The History of an Upper Piedmont County in the Late Antebellum Era. Bedford: Virginia Baptist Historical Society, 1985.

Dashiell, Segar Cofer. A Photographic History of Smithfield. Norfolk: Donning Company, 1977.

Davis, Margaret G. Madison County, Virginia A Revised History. Madison: Board of Supervisors of Madison County, 1977.

Dayton, Ruth Woods. Pioneers and Their Homes on Upper Kanawha. Charleston: West Virginia Publishing Co., 1947.

De Busk, Jessie M., et al., editors. Family Histories of Middlesex County, Virginia. [Urbanna]: Ralph Woormeley Branch, APVA, 1982.

Eldes, William L., Jr. Culpeper A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Co., 1976.

Embrey, Alvin T. History of Fredericksburg Virginia. Richmond: Old Dominion Press, 1937.

Engs, Robert Francis. Freedom's First Generation: Black Hampton, Virginia, 1861-1890. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, .

Fahlman, Betsy L., et al. A Tricentennial Celebration: Norfolk 1682-1982. Norfolk: The Chrysler Museum, 1982.

Fauquier County Bicentennial Historical Committee. Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1959. Warrenton: Fauquier County, 1959.

Fields, Bettye-Lou, and Jene Hughes, editors. Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures. Independence, Va.: Grayson County Historical Society, 1976.

Filby, P. William, compiler. A Bibliography of American County Histories. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985.

Foreman, Michael, et al. Images of the Past: A Photographic Review of Winchester and Frederick County Virginia. Winchester: Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, 1980.

Fothergill, Augusta B. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800. N.P.: Appeals Press, 1925.

Fulwiler, Harry, Jr. Buchanan, Virginia: Gateway to the Southwest. Radford: Commonwealth Press, 1980.

Gold, Thomas D. History of Clarke County, Virginia. Berryville: Chesapeake Book Co., 1962.

Goolrick, John T. Historic Fredericksburg: The Story of an Old Town. Richmond: Whittet & Shepperson, 1922.

Gott, John K. A History of Marshall (formerly Salem) Fauquier County, Virginia. Middleburg: Middleburg Press, 1959 (?).

Greene, Katherine Glass. Winchester, Virginia and Its Beginnings 1743-1814. Strasburg: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1926.

Groome, H. C. "General Turner Ashby and His Ancestry." Bulletin of the Fauquier Historical Society, 1st Ser., 2 (1922), pp. 150-188.

Hairston, L. Beatrice W. A Brief History of Danville, Virginia 1728-1954. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1955.

Halsey, Don P. Historic and Heroic Lynchburg. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell Co., 1935.

Harman, John Newton. Annals of Tazewell County, Virginia From 1800 to 1922. 2 vols. Richmond: W. C. Hill Printing Co., 1922-1925.

Harris, Malcolm H. A History of Louisa County, Virginia. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1936.

Harvey, Karen G., and Ross Stansfield. Alexandria A Pictorial History. Norfolk: Donning Company, 1977.

Head, James W. History and Comprehensive Description of Loudoun County Virginia. N.P.: Park View Press, 1908.

Henderson, William D. The Unredeemed City: Reconstruction in Petersburg, Virginia: 1865-1874. Washington: University Press of America, 1977.

-----. Gilded Age City: Politics, Life and Labor in Petersburg, Virginia, 1874-1889. Washington: University Press of America, 1980.

Hiden, Martha W. How Justice Grew: Virginia Counties: An Abstract of Their Formation. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1957.

Hofstra, Warren R. "These Fine Prospects: Frederick County, Virginia, 1738-1840." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1985.

Horner, John V., and P. B. Winfree, Jr. The Saga of a City: Lynchburg, Virginia 1786-1936. Lynchburg: Lynchburg Sesqui-Centennial Association, Inc., 1936.

Jester, Annie Lash. Newport News, Virginia 1607-1960. Newport News: City of Newport News, 1961.

Johnson, Elisabeth B., and C. E. Johnson, Jr. Rappahannock County, Virginia A History: Fact, Fiction, Foolishness and the Fairfax Story. Orange: Green Publishers, 1981.

Jones, Mary Stevens, editor. An Eighteenth Century Perspective: Culpeper County. Culpeper: Culpeper County Historical Society, 1976.

Jones, Richard L. Dinwiddie County: Carrefour of the Commonwealth. Dinwiddie: Dinwiddie County Historical Commission, 1977.

Kegley, Mary B. Wythe County, Virginia: A Bicentennial History. Wytheville: Wythe County Board of Supervisors, 1989.

Laidley, W. S. "Kanawha County Records." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 2 (July 1902), pp. 76-82.

Loveless, Richard W., editor. Records of the District of West Augusta, Ohio County, and Yohogania County, Virginia. Columbus: Ohio State University Printing Department, 1970.

Loyd, Richard B., and Bernard K. Mundy. Lynchburg A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Company, 1975.

Lutz, Francis Earle. Chesterfield: An Old Virginia County. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1954.

-----. The Prince George-Hopewell Story. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1957.

MacDonald, Rose M. Clarke County: A Daughter of Frederick. Berryville: Blue Ridge Press, 1943.

McIlwaine, Henry Read. "The Revolutionary War Material in the Virginia State Library." Magazine of History, 10 (September 1909), pp. 143-150.

McLeRoy, Sherrie, and William McLeRoy. Passages: A History of Amherst County. Lynchburg: S. S. McLeRoy, 1977.

MacMaster, Richard K. The History of Hardy County, 1786-1986. Salem, W.Va.: Walsworth Press, 1986.

Maloney, Eugene A. A History of Buckingham County. Waynesboro: Charles F. McClung, 1976.

Manarin, Louis H., and Clifford Dowdey. The History of Henrico County. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1984.

Mansfield, James Roger. A History of Early Spotsylvania. Orange: Green Publishers, 1977.

Manwaring, William T., Jr. "Community in Danville, Virginia, 1880-1963." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1988.

Meade, Everard Kidder. "Notes on the History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley." Proceedings of the Clarke County Historical Association, 14 (1956-1957). [Entire issue]

Meade, William. Old Churches, Ministers, and Families of Virginia. 2 vols. 1857. Reprinted Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966.

Moore, John Hammond. Albemarle: Jefferson's County 1727-1976. Charlottesville: Albemarle County Historical Society, 1976.

Morton, Oren F. A History of Highland County, Virginia. Monterey: 1911. Reprinted Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1969.

-----. A History of Rockbridge County, Virginia. Staunton: 1920. Reprinted Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1973.

-----. A Centennial History of Alleghany County Virginia. Dayton: J. K. Ruebush Co., 1923.

Neale, Gay, et al. Brunswick County, Virginia--1720-1975. Brunswick: Brunswick County Bicentennial Commission, 1975.

Netherton, Nan, et al. Fairfax County, Virginia: A History. Fairfax: Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, 1978.

Nock, L. Floyd, III. Drummondtown "A One Horse Town': Accomac Court House, Virginia. Verona: McClure Printing Co., 1976.

Norris, J. E. History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley Counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke; Their Early Settlement and Progress to the Present Time; Geological Features; A Description of Their Historic and Interesting Localities; Cities, Towns and Villages; Portraits of Some of the Prominent Men, and Biographies of Many of the Representative Citizens. Chicago: A. Warner & Co., 1890.

Parramore, Thomas C. Southampton County Virginia. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Southampton County Historical Society, 1978.

Potter, Dorothy T., and Clifton W. Potter, Jr. Lynchburg 'The Most Interesting Spot'. Lynchburg: Progress Publishing Co., 1976.

Powell, Mary G. The History of Old Alexandria, Virginia, From July 13, 1749 to May 24, 1861. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1928.

Presgraves, James S., editor. Wythe County Chapters. Wytheville: Privately printed, 1972.

Price, W. T. "Pocahontas County." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 2 (April 1902), pp. 76-86.

Quinn, S. J. The History of the City of Fredericksburg Virginia. Richmond: Hermitage Press, 1908.

Rawlings, Mary. The Albemarle of Other Days. Charlottesville: Michie Co., 1925.

Ray, Suzanne Smith, et al., compilers. A Preliminary Guide to Pre-1904 County Records in the Archives Branch, Virginia State Library and Archives. Richmond: Virginia State Library and Archives, 1987.

Rice, Otis K. The Alleghany Frontier: West Virginia Beginnings, 1730-1830. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1970.

Rose, C. B., Jr. Arlington County, Virginia: A History. Baltimore: Port City Press for the Arlington Historical Society, 1976.

Ryland, Elizabeth Lowell, editor. Richmond County, Virginia: A Review Commemorating the Bicentennial. Warsaw: Richmond County Board of Supervisors, 1976.

Scheel, Eugene M. Culpeper: A Virginia County's History Through 1920. Culpeper: Culpeper Historical Society, 1982.

Scott, James G., and Edward A. Wyatt, IV. Petersburg's Story: A History. Petersburg: Titmus Optical Co., 1960.

Scott, W. W. A History of Orange County, Virginia From 1st Formation in 1734 (o.s.) to the end of Reconstruction in 1870; compiled mainly from Original Records. Richmond: Everett Waddey Co., 1907.

Scruggs, Philip Lightfoot. the History of Lynchburg 1786-1946. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell, n.d.

Shibley, Ronald E. Historic Fredericksburg A Pictorial History. Norfolk: Donning Company, 1976.

Slaughter, James B. Settlers, Southerners, Americans: The History of Essex County, Virginia, 1608-1984. Tappahannock: Essex County Board of Supervisors, 1985.

Starkey, Marion L. the First Plantation: History of Hampton and Elizabeth City County, Virginia, 1607-1887. Hampton: Privately printed, 1926.

Stewart, William H., compiler. History of Norfolk County, Virginia, and It's Representative Citizens 1637-1900. Chicago: Biographical Publishing Co., 1902.

Stoner, Robert Douthat. A Seed-Bed of the Republic: A Study of the Pioneers in the Upper (Southern) Valley of Virginia. Roanoke: Roanoke Historical Society, 1962.

Summers, Lewis Preston. History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870. Richmond: J. L. Hall Printing Co., 1903.

Tyler, Lyon G. History of Hampton and Elizabeth City County, Virginia. Hampton: Board of Supervisors of Elizabeth City County, 1922.

Waddell, Joseph A. Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, From 1726 to 1871. 1st edition 1886; 2d edition 1902. Reprinted Harrisonburg: C. J. Currier Co., 1979.

Walker, Carroll. Norfolk A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Company, 1975.

Wayland, John W. A History of Rockingham County, Virginia. Dayton, Va.: Ruebush-Elkins Co., 1912.

-----. A History of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Strasburg: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1927; 2d Edition 1969; 3d Edition 1976.

Wentz, Robert W., Jr. Portsmouth A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Co., 1975.

Wertenbaker, Thomas J. Norfolk: Historic Southern Port. 2d Edition. Durham: Duke University Press, 1962.

Whitelaw, Ralph T. Virginia's Eastern Shore: A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties. 2 vols. Richmond: Virginia Historical Society, 1951.

Williams, Harrison. Legends of Loudoun: An account of the history and homes of a border county of Virginia's Northern Neck. Richmond: Garrett and Massie, 1938.

Wilson, Goodridge. Smyth County History and Traditions. 1932. Reprinted Radford: Commonwealth Press, 1976.

Wingfield, Marshall. A History of Caroline County Virginia From its Formation in 1727 to 1924. Richmond: 1924. Reprinted Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1975.

-----. Franklin County Virginia A History. Berryville: Chesapeake Book Co., 1964.

Woods, Edgar. Albemarle County in Virginia. Bridgewater: C. J. Carrier Co., [1900].

Writer's Program, Works Projects Administration. Prince William: The Story of Its People and Places. Richmond: Whittet & Shepperson, 1941.

-----, -----. Roanoke: Story of a County and City. Roanoke: Roanoke City, 1942.

Yowell, Claude Lindsay. A History of Madison County Virginia. Strasburg: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1926.

Colonial.

Aldridge, Frederick Stokes. "Organization and Administration of the Militia System of Colonial Virginia." Ph.D. Dissertation, American University, 1964.

Anonymous. "Colonial Militia, Lancaster County." Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, 12 (1962), pp. 1148-1149. [1687]

Baker-Crothers, Hayes. Virginia and the French and Indian War. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1928.

Berkeley, Francis L., Jr. "The War of Jenkins' Ear." In Darrett B. Rutman, editor, The Old Dominion: Essays for Thomas Perkins Abernethy (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1964), pp. 41-61.

Bowman, Larry G. "Virginia's Use of Blacks in the French and Indian War." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 53 (January 1970), pp. 57-63.

Brand, Irene B. "Dunmore's War." West Virginia History, 40 (Fall 1978), pp. 28-46.

Brooks, Edward Howard. "The First Battle for the Ohio Valley." Historian, 10 (Autumn 1947), pp. 14-26.

Byrd, William. The Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover, 1709-1712. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Marion Tinling. Richmond: 1941.

-----. The London Diary (1717-1721) and Other Writings. Edited by Louis B. Wright and Marion Tinling. New York: 1958.

-----. The Correspondence of the Three William Byrds of Westover, Virginia: 1684-1776. Edited by Marion Tinling. 2 vols. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, 1977.

Chapman, Frederick T., and Tom Parker. "The Virginia Regiment, 1754-1762." Military Collector and Historian, 10 (Winter 1958), pp. 105-106. [Plate 153]

Cook, Roy Bird. "Virginia Frontier Defenses, 1719-1795." West Virginia History, 1 (January 1940), pp. 119-130.

Corkran, David H. The Cherokee Frontier: Conflict and Survival, 1740-62. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1962.

Coulling, Sidney M. B. "Colonel William Fleming." Rockbridge Historical Society Proceedings, 7 (1966-1969), pp. 129-141.

Crane, Verner W. the Southern Frontier, 1670-1732. Durham: Duke University Press, 1928.

Craven, Wesley Frank. "Indian Policy in Early Virginia." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 1 (January 1944), pp. 65-82.

Crozier, William Armstrong, editor. Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776. 1903. Reprinted Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965.

Cureton, Charles H. "The Virginia Cavalry, 1646-1783: A History of Organizational Development." Ph.D. Dissertation, Miami University, 1985.

Darlington, Mary Carson. Fort Pitt and Letters from the Frontier. Pittsburgh: J. R. Weldin & Co., 1892.

Davis, William Newall, Jr. "Frontier Fortifications along the Virginia Fall Line." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 23 (July 1941), pp. 4-10.

Devine, Joseph Aloysius. "The British North American Colonies in the War of 1739-1748." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1968.

De Vorsey, Louis, Jr. The Indian Boundary in the Southern Colonies, 1763-1775. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1966.

Fauquier, Francis. The Official Papers of Francis Fauquier, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, 1758-1768. Edited by George Reese. -- vols. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, - .

Fausz, John Frederick. "The Powhattan Uprising of 1622: A Historical Study of Ethnocentrism and Cultural Conflict." Ph.D. Dissertation, College of William and Mary, 1977.

-----. "Fighting 'Fire' With Firearms: The Anglo-Powhatan Arms Race in Early Virginia." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 3 (#4, 1979), pp. 33-50.

-----. "The Invasion of Virginia: Indians, Colonialism, and the Cant of Conquest: A Review Essay on Anglo-Indian Relations in the Chesapeake." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 95 (April 1987), pp. 133-156.

-----. "An 'Abundance of Blood Shed on Both Sides': England's First Indian War, 1609-1614." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 98 (January 1990), pp. 3-56.

Ferguson, Alice L. L. "The Susquehannock Fort on Piscataway Creek." Maryland Historical Magazine, 36 (March 1941), pp. 1-9.

Ferling, John. "Soldiers for Virginia: Who Served in the French and Indian War?" Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 94 (July 1986), pp. 307-328.

Haight, Elizabeth S. "Heirs of Tradition/Creators of Change: Law and Stability on Virginia's Eastern Shore, 1633 to 1663." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1987.

Harkey, Joseph H. "Captain William Morgan's Berkeley County, Virginia, Militia Company." West Virginia History, 38 (October 1976), pp. 35-55.

Harrington, Virginia S. "Theories and Evidence for the Location of James Fort." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 93 (January 1985), pp. 36-53.

Henley, Margaret, compiler. "Goochland County's Militia Officers (1730-1777)." Goochland County Historical Society Magazine, 8 (Autumn 1976), pp. 43-51. [1730-1783]

Hindman, William Blake. "The Great Meadows Campaign and the Climaxing Battle at Fort Necessity." West Virginia History, 16 (January 1955), pp. 65-89.

Horner, Alfred B. "Captain Edmons' Company." Bulletin of the Fauquier Historical Society, 1st Ser., 2 (1922), pp. 145-149.

Hoyt, William D., Jr. "Colonel William Fleming in Dunmore's War, 1774." West Virginia History, 3 (January 1942), pp. 99-119.

Hume, Ivor Noel. Martin's Hundred. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982.

Huston, John Wilson. "Fort Pitt, 1758-1772." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1957.

Irvine, Dallas. "The First British Regulars in North America." Military Affairs, 9 (Winter 1945), pp. 337-354.

Jones, E. Alfred. "The American Regiment in the Carthagena Expedition." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 30 (January 1922), pp. 1-20.

Katcher, Philip. "Military Notes and Deserter Descriptions from the Maryland Gazette and the Virginia Gazette, 1754-1760." Military Collector and Historian, 33 (Spring 1981), pp. 18-20.

Kegley, Frederick Bittle. Kegley's Virginia Frontier; the beginning of the Southwest; the Roanoke of colonial days, 1740-1783. Roanoke: Southwest Virginia Historical Society, 1938.

Koontz, Louis K. The Virginia Frontier, 1754-1763. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1925.

Kukla, Jon. "Order and Chaos in Early America: Political and Social Stability in Pre-Restoration Virginia." American Historical Review, 90 (April 1985), pp. 275-298.

Laidley, W. S. "General Andrew Lewis." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 4 (April 1904), pp. 116-136.

Leach, Douglas Edward. Arms For Empire: A Military History of the British Colonies in North America, 1607-1763. New York: Macmillan Co., 1973.

Lewis, Charles. "Col. Charles Lewis' Journal." Edited by Della A. McCullock. West Virginia Historical Magazine, 4 (April 1904), pp. 109-116.

Lewis, Virgil A. History of the Battle of Point Pleasant Fought Between White Men and Indians at the Mouth of the Great Kanawha River, (Now Point Pleasant, West Virginia) Monday, October 10th, 1774. The Chief Event of Lord Dunmore's War. Charlestown, W.Va.: Tribune Printing Co., 1909.

-----. The Soldiery of West Virginia in the French and Indian War; Lord Dunmore's War; the Revolution; the Later Indian Wars; the Whiskey Insurrection; the Second War with England; the War with Mexico. And Addenda relating to West Virginians in the Civil War. Charleston, W. Va.: Third Biennial Report of the Department of Archives and History, State of West Virginia, 1911.

McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., and Harold L. Peterson. "Virginia Colonial Militia, 1611-1615." Military Collector and Historian, 7 (Winter 1956), p. 105. [Plate 109]

McCleskey, Nathaniel Turk. "Across the First Divide: Frontiers of Settlement and Culture in Augusta County, Virginia, 1738-1770." Ph.D. Dissertation, College of William and Mary, 1990.

MacCord, Howard A. "Forts in Colonial Virginia." Virginia Cavalcade, 20 (Autumn 1970), pp. 5-12.

McCrary, Ben C. Indians in Seventeenth Century Virginia. Williamsburg: 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957.

Mardis, Allen, Jr. "Visions of James Fort." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 97 (October 1989), pp. 463-498.

Mayo, Sandra. "Fairfax and Prince William Counties in the French and Indian War." Northern Virginia Heritage, 9 (February 1987), pp. 3-10, 20.

Miller, Joseph Lyon. "Augusta Men in the French and Indian War." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 3 (April 1903), pp. 127-144.

Mitchell, Laurence M. "Official Records of the Colonial Period in Fairfax County." Historical Society of Fairfax County, 11 (1971), pp. 75-88.

Morgan, Gwenda. "Virginia and the French and Indian War: A Case Study of the War's Effects on Imperial Relations." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 81 (January 1973), pp. 23-48.

Nichols, Francis Thayer. "The Organization of Braddock's Army." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 4 (April 1947), pp. 125-147.

Norkus, Nellie. "Virginia's Role in the Capture of Fort Duquesne, 1758." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 45 (December 1962), pp. 291-308.

Perry, James R. The Formation of a Society on Virginia's Eastern Shore, 1615-1655. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.

Powell, William S. "Aftermath of the Massacre: The First Indian War, 1622-1632." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 66 (January 1958), pp. 44-75.

Quitt, Martin H. Virginia House of Burgesses, 1660-1706: The Social, Educational, and Economic Bases of Political Power. New York: Garland, 1989.

Randall, E. O. "The Dunmore War." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 3 (January 1903), pp. 23-44.

Rawlings, Mary, editor. "The Albemarle County Court Order Book, 1744/45-1745/46." Magazine of Albemarle County History, 17 (1958-1959), pp. 5-35.

Rice, Otis K. "The Sandy Creek Expedition of 1756." West Virginia History, 13 (October 1951), pp. 5-19.

-----. "The French and Indian War in West Virginia." West Virginia History, 24 (January 1963), pp. 134-146.

Rutman, Darrett B. "A Militant New World, 1607-1640: America's First Generation, Its Martial Spirit, Its Tradition of Arms, Its Militia Organization, Its Wars." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Virginia, 1959.

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-----. 41st Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1986.

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McKim, Randolph Harrison. A Soldier's Recollections: Letters from the Diary of a Young Confederate. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1910.

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Markham, Jerald H. The Botetourt Artillery. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1986.

-----. List of Confederate Veterans Buried in Holywood Cemetery From Camp Lee Soldiers Home, 1894-1946. Lynchburg: Privately printed, 1986.

Meaney, Peter J. The Civil War Engagement at Cool Spring, July 18, 1864. Morristown, N.J.: Delbarton, 1980.

Mills, Luther Rice. "Letters of Luther Rice Mills, A Confederate Soldier." Edited by George D. Harmon. North Carolina Historical Review, 4 (1927), pp. 285-310. [Company K, 26th Virginia Infantry]

Montague, Ludwell Lee. Gloucester County In The Civil War. Gloucester: De Hardit Press, 1965.

Monteiro, Aristides. War Reminiscences by the Surgeon of Mosby's Command. Richmond: Privately printed, 1890. [43d Virginia Battalion]

Moore, Edward A. The Story of a Cannoneer under Stonewall Jackson. New York: 1907. [Rockbridge Artillery]

Morgan, William H. Personal Reminiscences of the War, 1861-5. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell Co., 1911.

Mosby, John S. The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby. Edited by Charles Wells Russell. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1917. [43d Virginia Battalion]

-----. Mosby's War Reminiscences, and Stuart's Cavalry Campaigns. New York: Dodd, Meade & Co., [1888]. [43d Virginia Battalion]

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Myers, Frank M. The Comanches: A History of Whites Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Laurel Brigade, Hampton Div. A.N.V., C.S.A. Baltimore: Kelly, Piet and Co., 1871. [35th Battalion Virginia Cavalry]

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Page, Richard C. M. Sketch of Page's Battery, or Morris Artillery, Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. New York: Thomas Smeltzer, 1885.

Paxton, Frank. The Civil War Letters of General Frank "Bull" Paxton, C.S.A., A Lieutenant of Lee & Jackson. Edited by John Gallatin Paxton. Hillsboro, Tex.: Hill Junior College Press, 1978. Company B, 5th Virginia Infantry; Stonewall Brigade]

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Pier, Arthur Stanwood. "Major William Hathaway Forbes and Colonel John Singleton Mosby: A Chapter from the Civil War." Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, 70 (1950-1953), pp. 65-75. [43d Virginia Battalion]

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Price, William H. "Civil War Military Operations in Northern Virginia in May-June 1861." Arlington Historical Magazine, 2 (October 1961), pp. 43-49, 57.

Rachal, William N. E. "The Burning of Richmond." Virginia Cavalcade, 1 (Spring 1952), pp. 23-28.

Ramey, Emily G., and John K. Gott, compilers. The Years of Anguish: Fauquier, County, Virginia 1861-1865. Warrenton: Fauquier County, 1865.

Rankin, Thomas M. 23rd Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1985.

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Reed, Louis. "The Tragedy of Major George C. Trimble." West Virginia History, 23 July 1962), pp. 269-281. [11th Virginia Cavalry]

Reidenbaugh, Lowell. 33rd Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1987.

Riggs, David F. 7th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1982.

Riley, Elihu. Stonewall Jackson. Annapolis: 1920.

Robertson, James I., Jr. Stonewall Brigade. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1963.

-----. 4th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1982.

-----. 18th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1984.

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Ross, John DeHart. "Harpers Ferry to the Fall of Richmond: Letters of Colonel John DeHart Ross, C.S.A., 1861-1865." West Virginia History, 45 (1984), pp. 159-174. [52d Virgiia Infantry]

Ruffner, Kevin C. 44th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1987.

-----. "Fluvanna Goes to War: The Experiences of Two Infantry Companies." Bulletin of the Fluvanna County Historical Society, 47-48 (Fall 1989), pp. 1-67.

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Scott, J. L. 36th and 37th Battalions Virginia Cavalry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1986.

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Scott, Melvin. Bedford Soldiers in the Civil War. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell and Co., 1970.

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-----. "The Stonewall Brigade." Virginia Cavalcade, 4 (Spring 1956), pp. 22-29.

-----. "Reconnaissance through Fairfax." Virginia Cavalcade, 6 (Summer 1956), pp. 18-21. [Warrenton Rifles]

Severin, John P., and Lee A. Wallace, Jr. "17th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, 1861." Military Collector and Historian, 11 (Fall 1959), pp. 82-84. [Plate 163]

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Short, James R. "Field of Honor." Virginia Cavalcade, 3 (Spring 1954), pp. 30-36. [Virginia Military Institute at Newmarket]

-----. "Citizen Soldiers at Spanglers Woods." Virginia Cavalcade, 5 (Summer 1955), pp. 44-47. [Virginia Statue at Gettysburg]

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Smallwood, Katherine. "The University of Virginia and the Civil War." Magazine of Albemarle County History, 29 (1971), pp. 49-63.

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Stiles, Kenneth L. 4th Virginia Cavalry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1985.

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Swann, John S. "Excerpts from Swann's 'Prison Life at Fort Delaware.'" Edited by Elizabeth Cometti. West Virginia History, 2 (January, April 1941), pp. 120-141, 217-230.

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Thomas, Clarence. General Turner Ashby. Winchester: 1907.

Thomas, Herbert A., Jr. "The 19th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, 1861-1865." Master's Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1968.

-----. "The 19th Virginia Regiment, 1861-1865." Magazine of Albemarle County History, 25 (1966-1967), pp. 5-35.

Todd, Frederick P. "1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment 1861-1862." Military Collector and Historian, 1 (August 1949), pp. 2-3. [Plate 10]

-----. "Confederate Battle Honors of the 36th Virginia." Military Collector and Historian, 3 (December 1951), pp. 91-92.

Trask, Benjamin H. 9th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1984.

-----. 16th Virginia Infantry. Lynchburg: H. E. Howard, 1986.

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Vandiver, Frank E. Mighty Stonewall. New York: 1957.

Walker, Carroll H. "Colonel Walter H. Taylor, C.S.A." Military Collector and Historian, 12 (Summer 1960), pp. 39-41. [company G (Southern Guards), 6th Virginia Infantry]

Walker, Charles D. Biographical Sketches of the Graduates and Lives of the Virginia Military Institute Who Fell During the War Between the States. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1875.

Walker, J. A., et al. "'The Bloody Angle': The confederate Disaster at Spotsylvania Court-House, May 12, 1864, by which the 'Stonewall Brigade' was Annihilated." Southern Historical Society Papers, 21 (1893), pp. 228-254.

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-----. "Sussex Light Dragoons, Virginia State Cavalry, 1861." Military Collector and Historian, 7 (Spring 1955), p. 22. [Plate 99]

-----. "Sussex Light Dragoons, Virginia State Cavalry, 1861." Military Collector and Historian, 12 (Summer 1960), p. 52.

-----. "Pvt. William A. Hightower, Virginia Volunteer, 1861." Military Collector and Historian, 14 (Summer 1962), pp. 60-62. [Company E (Brooklyn Grays), 23d Virginia Infantry]

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-----. "Action Near Vienna Station." Virginia Cavalcade, 12 (Summer 1962), pp. 41-47.

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-----. Mosby's Rangers: A Record of the Operations of the Forty-Third Battalion of Virginia Cavalry from Its Organization to the Surrender. New York: Sturgis & Walton Co., 1909.

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Worsham, John O. One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry. New York: 1912.

Manuscripts.

Alderman Library, University of Virginia. (Charlottesville).

Berkeley, Henry R. Diary.

Cocke, Philip St. George. Papers. (2433).

Daniel, John Warwick. Papers.

Fishburne, Clement D. Journal. [Rockbridge Artillery]

Gilmer, Zachariah Lee. Diary. (4459). [Company B, 19th Virginia Infantry]

Higginbotham, Joseph A. Papers. (4374). [Company I, 19th Virginia Infantry]

Monticello Guard Civil War Muster Roll. (8408). [Company A, 19th Virginia Infantry]

Moss, William W. Papers.

Paxton Family Papers.

Rust, Armistead Thomas Mason. Papers. (9706). [19th Virginia Infantry]

Strickler, C. B. Diary.

Taylor, Bennett. Papers. (922). [19th Virginia Infantry]

Library of Congress. (Washington, D.C.).

Lee, Robert E. Papers.

Rives, William Cabell. Papers.

Museum of the Confederacy. (Richmond).

Garnett, Richard B. Court Martial Papers.

Jackson, Thomas J. Papers.

McGuire, Hunter. Papers.

Pendleton, William N. Order Book and Letter Book.

National Archives and Records Administration. (Washington, D.C.)

Record Group 109. (Unit Records).

Personal Files of General Officers and Colonels.

William R. Perkins Library, Duke University. (Durham, N.C.)

Dandridge, Caroline D. Papers. (George R. Bedinger Letters).

Holliday, Frederick W. M.

Jackson, Thomas J. Commissariat Papers.

Jones, William H. Papers. [Company B, 19th Virginia Infantry]

McAllister, Thompson. Papers. [27th Virginia Infantry]

Mumford-Ellis Family Papers. [19th Virginia Infantry]

Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina. (Chapel Hill).

Allen, William. Papers.

Colston, Raleigh E. Papers.

McCauley, David. Letters.

Pendleton Family Papers.

Waldrop, R. W. Letters.

Virginia Historical Society. (Richmond).

Hill, Ambrose Powell. Papers.

Holloway, John William. Papers.

Langhorne, James H. Letters. [4th Virginia Infantry]

Stuart, James Ewell Brown. Papers.

Virginia Military Institute. (Lexington).

Jackson, Thomas J. Papers.

Virginia State Library. (Richmond).

Dabney, Robert L. Papers.

Garnett, Richard B. Papers.

Jackson, Thomas J. Papers.

Kibler, James A. Letters.

McMurran, Joseph. Diary.

Unit Records.

1866-1897.

Anonymous. Historical Sketch of the Virginia Volunteers of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia. Norfolk: Privately printed, 1898.

Borrell, Robert G., Sr. "Grimes' Battery, First Battalion Artillery Virginia Volunteers, 1896." Trading Post, 41 (January-March 1982), pp. 49-50.

[Cappon, Lester J., editor]. "Reorganization of the Monticello Guard after the Civil War." Papers of the Albemarle County Historical Society, 1 (1940-1941), pp. 31-36.

Eckenrode, Hamilton James. The Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1904.

[Johnson, William Henry]. History of the Colored Volunteer Infantry of Virginia 1871-99. N.P.: Privately printed, 1923.

"Lynchburg Home Guard." Manuscript Company Record Book, 1871-c. 1885. [Original in unit possession; copy on file at the United States Army Center of Military History]

Majeske, Penelope A. K. "'Your Obedient Servant: The United States Army in Virginia during Reconstruction, 1865-1867." Ph.D. Dissertation, Wayne State University, 1980.

-----. "Virginia after Appomattox--The United States Army and the Formation of Presidential Reconstruction Policy." West Virginia History, 43 (Winter 1982), pp. 95-117.

Moore, James Tice. "Gunfire on the Chesapeake: Governor Cameron and the Oyster Pirates, 1882-1885." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 90 (July 1982), pp. 367-377.

Moore, John Hammond. "The Norfolk Riot: 16 April 1866." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 90 (April 1982), pp. 155-164.

Presgraves, James S. "General William Terry 1824-1888." Wythe County Historical Review, 5 (July 1973), pp. 11-17.

Racheleff, Peter J. Black Labor in the South: Richmond, Virginia, 1865-1890. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1984.

Ray, Frederick E., Jr., and Carroll H. Walker. "Norfolk (Va.) City Guard--1886-1896." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Summer 1966), pp. 50-51. [Plate 274]

Rouse, Parke, Jr. "Yorktown Centennial Celebration: 1881 Extravaganza." Virginia Cavalcade, 24 (Autumn 1974), pp. 80-88.

Walker, Carroll H. "Staff Officer, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, 1892." Military Collector and Historian, 15 (Summer 1963), pp. 54-55.

-----. "Grimes Battery, Portsmouth, Va., c. 1894." Military Collector and Historian, 20 (Winter 1968), pp. 128-129.

-----. "Lee Rifles, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, 1896." Military Collector and Historian, 22 (Fall 1970), pp. 97-98.

1898-1916.

Anonymous. Historical Sketch of the Virginia Volunteers of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia. Norfolk: Privately printed, 1898.

-----. Souvenir of Camp Cuba Libre. Jacksonville: DaCosta Printing Co., 1898.

Barnes, Brooks Miles. "The Onancock Race Riot of 1907." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 92 (July 1984), pp. 336-351. [71st Regiment, Virginia Volunteers]

Fletcher, Marvin. "The Black Volunteers In The Spanish-American War." Military Affairs, 38 (April 1974), pp. 48-53. [6th Virginia Volunteer Infantry]

Scribner, Robert L. "Ex-Confederate in Blue." Virginia Cavalcade, 5 (Spring 1956), pp. 16-22.

Walker, Carroll H. "Richmond Howitzers, 1903." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Fall 1966), pp. 94-95.

World War I.

American Battle Monuments Commission. 29th Division Summary of Operations in the World War. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1944.

Bowen, W. S., editor. Source Book Operations of the 29th Division East of the Meuse River October 8th to 30th, 1918. Fort Monroe, Va.: Coast Artillery School, [1922].

Cutchins, John A., and George Scott Stewart, Jr. History of the Twenty-Ninth Division "Blue and Gray" 1917-1919. Philadelphia: Division Historical Committee, 1921.

Davis, Arthur Kyle, editor. Virginians of Distinguished Service of the World War. Richmond: Virginia War History Commission, 1923.

-----, editor. Virginia War History in Newspaper Clippings. Richmond: Virginia War History Commission, 1924.

-----, editor. Virginia Military Organizations in the World War With Supplement of Distinguished Service. Richmond: Virginia War History Commission, 1927.

Ruhlen, George, editor and translator. German Documents to Accompany Operations of the 29th Division. Fort Monroe, Va.: Coast Artillery School, [1923].

Seal, Henry F., compiler. History of the 111th Field Artillery Regiment 29th Infantry Division Organized From the First Battalion, Field Artillery, Virginia National Guard at Camp McClellan, Anniston, Alabama 5 August 1917. Richmond: Adjutant General's Office, 1953.

-----, compiler. History of the 116th U.S. Infantry Regiment 29th Infantry Division Organized From The 1st, 2nd and 4th Infantry Regiments, Virginia National Guard, at Camp McClellan, Anniston, Alabama 4 October 1917. Richmond: Adjutant General's Office, 1953.

Waller, Samuel G. Brief History of the 116th Infantry 29th Division From Oct. 4, 1917 to June 1st, 1919. [Meurce, France?]: Privately printed, 1919.

Interwar Years.

Anonymous. "Crossed Cannon: 246th Coast Artillery H.D., Virginia National Guard, 1928." Richmond: J.W. Fergusson & Sons, [1929].

-----. "Crossed Cannon: 246th Coast Artillery Harbor Defense, Virginia National Guard, Volume II: 1936." [Lynchburg: Coleman & Bradley, 1936].

-----. Historical and Pictorial Review, National Guard of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Baton Rouge: Army Navy Publishing Co., 1940.

-----. The Year Book of the Virginia National Guard 1923. Richmond: Virginia Guardsman, 1923.

Harrison, M. Clifford. "The Generalissimo Salutes My General." Virginia Cavalcade, 8 (Summer 1958), pp. 32-35.

World War II.

Anonymous. 29 Let's Go! Paris: N.p., 1945.

-----. "The Major of St. Lo." National Guardsman, 11 (June 1957), back cover.

Blumenson, Martin. Breakout and Pursuit. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1961.

Cawthon, Charles. "On Omaha Beach." American Heritage, 34 (October-November 1983), pp. 49-64.

Ewing, Joseph H. 29 Let's Go! A History of the 29th Infantry Division in World War II. Washington: Infantry Journal Press, 1948.

Frank, Stanley. "First Stop, Omaha Beach." Saturday Evening Post, 218 (16 March 1946), pp. 26-27, 106, 108, 111.

Harrison, Gordon A. Cross-Channel Attack. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1951.

Hemphill, W. Edwin, editor. Gold Star Honor Roll of Virginians in the Second World War. Charlottesville: Virginia World War II History Commission, 1947.

Historical Section, War Department. Omaha Beachhead. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1945.

-----. Small Unit Actions. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1946.

-----. St-Lo. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1946.

Jacobs, Bruce. "The Blue and the Gray at Omaha Beach." National Guard, 38 (June 1984), pp. 20-24.

Johnson, Charles W. "V for Virginia: The Commonwealth Goes to War." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 100 (July 1992), pp. 365-398.

Keefer, Louis E. "Fliers on the Home Front: Virginia's Civil Air Patrol in World War II." Virginia Cavalcade, 41 (Winter 1992), pp. 112-123.

Lutz, Francis E., compiler. The 29th Infantry Division and Fort George G. Meade. N.P.: N.p., [1941].

MacDonald, Charles B. The Seigfried Line Campaign. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1963.

Murray, Paul T. "Who is an Indian? Who is a Negro? Virginia Indians in the World War II Draft." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 95 (April 1987), pp. 215-231.

Parlier, Gertrude Dana, et al. Pursuits of War: The People of Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, in the Second World War. Charlottesville: Albemarle County Historical Society, 1948.

Schlegel, Marvin Wilson. Virginia on Guard; Civilian Defense and the State Militia in the Second World War. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1949.

1946 to Present.

Anonymous. 1957 Summer Encampment of The 29th "Blue and Grey" Infantry Division. N.P.: N.p., [1957].

-----. "3rd Automatic Weapons Battalion (SP) 246th Artillery Virginia Army National Guard Organizational History." Mimeograph, September 1963.

-----. 29 Lets Go! 1917-1965: A Pictorial History of the 29th Division. [Staunton: 29th Infantry Division, 1965].

-----. "Unit History, Headquarters, 1st Battalion (155mm SP) 246th Artillery (SRF) Virginia Army National Guard Danville Virginia." Undated [c. 1968] Mimeograph.

-----. "Unit History, 1st Battalion, 246th Field Artillery, 1 February 1972." Undated [1972] Manuscript.

-----. "Unusual Training ... in Virginia, on the Beaches." National Guardsman, 29 (January 1975), pp. 4-5.

-----. 76th/1987. Sandston: Privately printed, 1987. [76th Aviation Company]

Irby, George W. "Unit History of the 4th Missile Battalion, 111th Artillery, Va. Ar. N. G." Undated [1960] Manuscript.

Smyth, Cecil B., Jr. "29th Infantry Division (Light)." Trading Post, 67 (October-December 1987), pp. 2-11.

Official Publications.

Henning, William Waller, compiler. The Statutes at Large; Being A Collection of all the Laws of Virginia, From the First Session of the Legislature, in the year 1619. 14 vols. Richmond: J. & G. Cochran, 1821.

McIlwaine, Henry Read, editor. Official Letters of the Governors of the State of Virginia. 3 vols. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1926-1929.

-----, editor. Journals of the Council of the State of Virginia. 2 vols. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1931-1952.

Palmer, William P., editor. Calendar of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts. 11 vols. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1875-1893.

Shepherd, Samuel, compiler. The Statutes at Large of Virginia, From October Session 1792, to December Session 1806, Inclusive, In Three Volumes, (New Series,) Being A Continuation of Henning. 3 vols. Richmond: 1835.

Virginia. Adjutant General. Law for the Government of the Virginia Volunteers. Richmond: State Printer, 1892.

-----. -----. Military Laws: Extracts from Federal and State Constitutions, Synopsis of Organization of Militia, etc. Richmond: Shepherd & Pollard, 1820.

-----. -----. Militia of Virginia. General Organization. Divisions and Brigades. [Richmond: State Printer, 1871].

-----. -----. Roster Commissioned Officers Virginia Volunteers 1871-1920. Richmond: Davis Botton, Superintendent of Public Printing, 1921.

-----. -----. The Uniform of the Volunteer Militia of Virginia Prescribed by the Commander-in-Chief May 1, 1883. Richmond: Superintendent Public Printing, 1883.

-----. -----. Uniform of the Virginia Volunteers, General Orders, May 1st, 1886. Richmond: [Superintendent of Public Printing], 1886.

-----. -----. Virginia Volunteer Militia. [Richmond: State Printer, 1882]. [Reprinting of Militia Act of 24 April 1874]

-----. -----. Adjutant General's Report [for the Year Ending September 30, 1847]. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1847?]. [Public Document No. 11]

-----. -----. Adjutant General's Report [for the Year Ending September 30, 1848]. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1848?]. [Public Document No. 12]

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General. 1850. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1850?]. [Public Document No. XII]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, 1851. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1851?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, 1852. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1852?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General[, 1853]. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1853?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, Year Ending September 30, 1854. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1854?]. [Public Document No. 10]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, year Ending September 30, 1855. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1855?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, year Ending September 30, 1856. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1856?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, year Ending September 30, 1857. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1857?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, year Ending September 30, 1858. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1858?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, year Ending September 30, 1859. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1859?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Report of The Adjutant General, Year Ending September, 1862. [Richmond: Public Printer, 1862?]. [Public Document No. X]

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia For The Year 1872. Richmond: State Printer, 1872.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia For The Year 1873. Richmond: State Printer, 1873.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia For The Year 1874. Richmond: State Printer, 1874.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia, For The Year 1875. Richmond: State Printer, 1875.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia, For The Year 1876. Richmond: State Printer, 1876.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for the Year 1879-80. Richmond: James E. Goode, 1880.

-----. -----. Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for the Year 1880-81. Richmond: Public Printer, 1881.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, of November 1st, 1883. Richmond: Public Printer, 1884.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for The Years 1884 and 1885. Richmond: Public Printer, 1885.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for The Year 1886. Richmond: Public Printer, 1887.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for The Year 1887. Richmond: Public Printer, 1887.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for The Year 1888. Richmond: Public Printer, 1888.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for The Year 1889. Richmond: Public Printer, 1889.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, for the Year 1890. Richmond: Everett Waddey Co., 1891.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, for the Year 1891. Richmond: Public Printer, 1891.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, for the Year 1892. Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1892.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, for the Year 1893. Richmond: Public Printer, 1893.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia, for the Year 1894. Richmond: Public Printer, 1894.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for the Year 1895. Richmond: Public Printer, 1895.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of Virginia for the Year 1896. Richmond: Public Printer, 1896.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia For The Year 1897. Richmond: Public Printer, 1897.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia For The Years 1898 and 1899. Richmond: Public Printer, 1899.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for the Period Ending October 20th, 1900. Richmond: Public Printer, 1900.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for the Period Ending October 20th, 1901. Richmond: Public Printer, 1901.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Period Ending 20th October, 1902. Richmond: Public Printer, 1902.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Period Ending 20th October, 1903. Richmond: Public Printer, 1903.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Period Ending 20th October, 1904. Richmond: Public Printer, 1904.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Period Ending 20th October, 1905. Richmond: Public Printer, 1905.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Period Ending 20th October, 1906. Richmond: Public Printer, 1906.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending 20th October, 1907. Richmond: Public Printer, 1907.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending 20th October, 1908. Richmond: Public Printer, 1908.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending 20th October 1909. Richmond: Public Printer, 1909.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending 20th October, 1910. Richmond: Public Printer, 1911.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending 20th October, 1911. Richmond: Public Printer, 1912.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending October 20, 1912. Richmond: Public Printer, 1913.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending October 20, 1913. Richmond: Public Printer, 1914.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending October 20, 1914. Richmond: Public Printer, 1915.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending October 20, 1915. Richmond: Public Printer, 1916.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending October 20, 1916. Richmond: Public Printer, 1917.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending December 31, 1917. Richmond: Public Printer, 1918.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending December 31, 1918. Richmond: Public Printer, 1919.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the Year Ending December 31, 1919. Richmond: Public Printer, 1920.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of Virginia for the Year Ending December 31, 1920. Richmond: Public Printer, 1921.

-----. -----. Report of the Adjutant General of Virginia for the Year Ending December 31, 1921. Richmond: Public Printer, 1922.

-----. -----. Biennial Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Virginia For the Years 1922 and 1923. Richmond: Public Printer, 1924.

-----. -----. Biennial Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Virginia For the Years 1924 and 1925. Richmond: Public Printer, 1926.

-----. -----. The Biennial Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia For The Years 1925-26 and 1926-27. Richmond: Public Printer, 1928.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period July 1, 1927, to December 31, 1929. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1930.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1930, to December 31, 1930. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1931.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1931, to December 31, 1931. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1932.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1932, to December 31, 1932. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1933.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1933, to December 31, 1933. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1933. [Date of publication correct]

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1934, to December 31, 1934. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1935.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1935, to December 31, 1935. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1936.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1936. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1937.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1937, to December 31, 1937. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1938.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1938, to December 31, 1938. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1939.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1939, to December 31, 1939. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1940.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1940, to December 31, 1940. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1941.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1940, to December 31, 1940. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1941.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1941, to December 31, 1941. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1942.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1942, to December 31, 1942. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1943.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1943, to December 31, 1943. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1944.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1944, to December 31, 1944. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1945.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1945, to December 31, 1945. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1948. [Date of publication correct]

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1946, to December 31, 1946. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1948. [Date of publication correct]

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1947, to December 31, 1947. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1949.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1948, to December 31, 1948. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1950.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1949, to December 31, 1949. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1951.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1950, to December 31, 1950. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1953.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1951, to December 31, 1951. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1953.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1952, to December 31, 1952. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1954.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1953, to December 31, 1953. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1954.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1954, to December 31, 1954. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1955.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1955, to December 31, 1955. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1956.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1956, to December 31, 1956. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1957.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1957, to December 31, 1957. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1958.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1958, to December 31, 1958. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1960.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1959, to December 31, 1959. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1960.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1960, to December 31, 1960. Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1961.

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1961, to December 31, 1961. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1962].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1962, to December 31, 1962. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1963].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1963, to December 31, 1963. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1964].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1964, to December 31, 1964. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1965].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1965, to December 31, 1965. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1966].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1966, to December 31, 1966. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1967].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1967, to December 31, 1967. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1968].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1968, to December 31, 1968. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1969].

-----. -----. The Report of The Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, Division of Military Affairs, For the Period January 1, 1969, to December 31, 1969. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1970].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1970-31 December 1970. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1971].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1971-31 December 1971. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1972].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1972-31 December 1972. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1973].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1973-31 December 1973. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1974].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1974-31 December 1974. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1975].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1975-31 December 1975. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1976].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1976-31 December 1976. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1977].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1977-31 December 1977. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1978].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1978-31 December 1978. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1979].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1979-31 December 1979. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1980].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1980-31 December 1980. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1981].

-----. -----. Department of Military Affairs, Commonwealth of Virginia, Annual Report 1 January 1981-31 December 1981. [Richmond: Commonwealth of Virginia, 1982].

-----. Advisory Council. Proceedings of the Advisory Council of the State of Virginia April 21-June 19, 1861. Edited by James I. Robertson, Jr. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1977.

-----. General Assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, Passed at the Session Commencing 5th December 1842, and Ending 28th March 1843, in the Sixty-Seventh Year of the Commonwealth. Richmond: Samuel Shepherd, Printer to the Commonwealth, 1843.

-----. -----. Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, Passed at the Session Commencing 4th December 1845, and Ending 15th February 1844, in the Sixty-Eighth Year of the Commonwealth. Richmond: Samuel Shepherd, Printer to the Commonwealth, 1844.

-----. -----. Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, Passed at the Session of 1850-51, in the Seventy-Fifth Year of the Commonwealth. Richmond: 1851.

-----. -----. Revised Militia Law, Passed March 8, 1834, to Take Effect from and after the 1st January, 1835. To Which Are Subjoined the Rules and Articles of War, the Uniform to Be Worn by the Several Corps, and a General Order, Prescribing the Mode of conducting, and Forms for Certifying the Election of Officers. Richmond: 1834.

-----. State Convention of 1861. Journals and Papers of the Virginia State Convention of 1861. Edited by George H. Reese. 3 vols. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1966.

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