Current As Of 10 December 1996
Brown University. (Providence).
Weedon, George. Papers.
Chicago Historical Society. (Chicago).
Weedon, George. Papers.
Harvard University. (Cambridge).
Febiger, Christian. Papers.
Indiana Historical Society. (Indianapolis).
Posey, Thomas. Memorandum Book, 12 January 1776-24
Library of Congress. (Washington).
Stephen, Adam. Papers.
New-York Historical Society. (New York City).
Baron von Steuben. Papers.
Perkins Library, Duke University. (Durham).
Lawson, Robert. Papers.
State Historical Society of Wisconsin. (Madison).
Draper, Lyman C. Manuscript Collection.
University of Virginia Library. (Charlottesville).
Swearingen, Thomas. Journal.
Wallace, A. D. Papers.
Virginia Historical Society. (Richmond).
Dabney, Charles. Papers.
Griffith, David. Papers.
Keith of Woodbine Papers.
Virginia State Library. (Richmond).
Fleming, William. Papers.
Public Store Papers.
War Office Papers.
Miscellaneous Revolutionary Manuscripts.
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, 1977.
Aler, F. Vernon. Aler's History of Martinsburg and Berkeley County, West Virginia. Hagerstown, Md.: The Mail Publishing Co., 1888.
Alexander, Arthur J. "Exemptions from Military Service in the Old Dominion during the War of the Revolution." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 53 (July 1945), pp. 163-171.
----. "Desertion and Its Punishment in Revolutionary Virginia." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 3 (July 1946), pp. 383-397.
----. "A Footnote on Deserters from the Virginia Forces During the American Revolution." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 55 (April 1947), pp. 137-146.
Anderson, E. L. Soldier and Pioneer; A Biographical Sketch of Lt.-Col. Richard C. Anderson of the Continental Army. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1879.
Anonymous. "Captain Thomas Baytop's Company." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 8 (July 1926), p. 270.
-----. "Captain John Billups' Company." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 8 (July 1926), pp. 271-272.
Arnold, James R. "A Northern Virginia Patriot: The Adventures of John Champe of Loudoun County." Northern Virginia Heritage, 8 (February 1986), pp. 11-14, 20.
Beale, Robert. "Revolutionary SErvice of a Virginia Soldier." Southern Magazine, 17 (November 1875), pp. 602-607.
-----. "Revolutionary Experiences of Major Robert Beale." Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, 6 (1956), pp. 500-506.
Beeman, Richard R. The Evolution of the Southern Backcountry: A Case Study of Lunenburg County, Virginia 1746-1832. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1984.
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.
Bowman, Larry. "The Virginia County Committees of Safety, 1774-1776." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 79 (July 1971), pp. 322-337.
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.
Brock, R. A., editor. "Orderly Book of the Company of Captain George Stubblefield, Fifth Virginia Regiment, From March 3, 1776, to July 10, 1776, Inclusive." Virginia Historical Society Collections, New Ser., 6 (1887), pp. 141-191.
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.
Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus. Revolutionary War Records: Volume I, Virginia. Virginia Army and Navy Forces with Bounty Land Warrants for Virginia Military District of Ohio, and Virginia Military Script; From Federal and State Archives. Washington: Privately printed, 1936.
Burgess, Louis A., compiler. Virginia Soldiers of 1776: Compiled from Documents on File in the Virginia Land Office Together with Material found in the Archives Department of the Virginia State Library, and other Reliable Sources. 3 vols. Richmond: Richmond Press, 1927-1929.
Bushong, Millard Kessler. A History of Jefferson County West Virginia. Charles Town: Jefferson Publishing Co., 1941.
Callahan, James Morton. Semi-Centennial History of West Virginia. [Morgantown]: Semi-Centennial Commission of West Virginia, 1913.
Campbell, Charles, editor. The Orderly Book of That Portion of the American Army Stationed at or Near Williamsburg, Va., under the Command of General Andrew Lewis From March 18th, 1776, to August 28th, 1776. Richmond: Privately printed, 1860.
Campbell, T. E. Colonial Caroline: A History of Caroline County, Virginia. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1954.
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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.
Chalkey, Lyman, editor. "Revolutionary Pension Declarations From the Records of Augusta County, Va.." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 21 (January 1913), pp. 8-24.
"Charles City County Militia." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 5 (July 1923), pp. 58-59.
Clement, Maud Carter. The History of Pittsylvania County Virginia. Lynchburg: J. P. Bell Co., 1929.
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Coblentz, David H. "Virginia's Charles R. Porterfield." Manuscripts, 17 (Summer 1965), pp. 28-30.
Cometti, Elizabeth. "Depredations in Virginia During the Revolution." In Darrett B. Rutman, editor, The Old Dominion: Essays for Thomas Perkins Abernathy (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1964), pp. 135-151.
"Continental Soldiers. Abstract of Men raised under the former laws passed for raising soldiers for the Continental Service--November 1782." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 9 (April 1928), pp. 230-245.
Cook, Roy Bird. "Virginia Frontier Defenses, 1719-1795." West Virginia History, 1 (January 1940), pp. 119-130.
-----. "Fort Bellville, A Forgotten Frontier Post." West Virginia History, 9 (October 1947), pp. 57-72.
Copeland, Peter F., and Marko Zlatich. "The Minute Battalion of Culpeper County, Virginia 1775-1776." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Summer 1965), pp. 52-54.
---- and -----. "Joseph Crockett's Western Battalion, Virginia State Troops, 1780-1782." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Fall 1965), p. 82.
---- and -----. "2nd Virginia Regiment of the Continental Line, 1779-1781." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Fall 1965), p. 86.
---- and -----. "Captain de la Porte's French Company, Virginia State Forces, 1777-1778." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Spring 1966), p. 17.
---- and -----. "Colonel Charles Dabney's Virginia State Legion, 1782-1783." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Spring 1966), p. 18.
---- and -----. "The Virginia State Garrison Regiment, 1777-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Fall 1966), pp. 88-90.
---- and -----. "13th/9th Virginia Regiment at Fort Pitt--1777-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 18 (Winter 1966), pp. 120-122, 130.
---- and -----. "Illinois Regiment, Virginia State Forces, 1778-1781." Military Collector and Historian, 24 (Summer 1972), pp. 50-51.
----, ----- and Donald M. Londahl-Smidt. "2nd Regiment, Virginia Continental Line, 1775-1778." Military Collector and Historian, 25 (Spring 1973), pp. 24-26.
Cranmer, G. L. "Col. David Shepherd, First Lieutenant Commandant of Ohio County, Virginia." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 2 (April 1902), pp. 31-35.
Cropper, John. "Memoir of General John Cropper of Accomack County, Virginia." Edited by Barton Hextall Wise. Virginia Historical Society Collections, 11 (1892), pp. 273-315. [Reprinted Onancock: Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society, 1974.]
Cummins, A. B. Nottoway County, Virginia. Richmond: W. M. Brown & Son, 1970.
Cureton, Charles H. "Nelson's Corps of Light Horse, 1778." Military Collector and Historian, 35 (Winter 1983), p. 181.
Dabney, Charles William. "Colonel Charles Dabney of the Revolution: His Service as a Soldier and Citizen." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 51 (April 1943), pp. 186-199.
Davidson, Nora F. M. "Revolutionary Services of Robert Bolling, of Petersburg, Va." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 12 (October 1904), pp. 154-156.
Dayton, Ruth Woods. Pioneers and Their Homes on Upper Kanawha. Charleston: West Virginia Publishing Co., 1947.
Decker, O. S., editor. "Virginia Soldiers at Fort Pitt, 1783." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 3 (July 1903), pp. 169-171.
Eckenrode, Hamilton J. The Revolution in Virginia. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1916.
Edwards, William Waller. "Morgan and His Riflemen." William and Mary Quarterly, 1st Ser., 23 (October 1914), pp. 73-106.
Eggleston, J. D. "Officers of the Virginia Line at Winchester, 1783." William and Mary Quarterly, 2d Ser., 7 (January 1927), p. 61.
Element, N. E. "Revolutionary Pension Declarations from Pittsylvania County, Virginia." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 25 (April 1917), pp. 149-160.
Ethridge, Harrison M. "Governor Patrick Henry and the Reorganization of the Virginia Militia, 1784-1786." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 85 (October 1977), pp. 427-438.
Fields, Bettye-Lou, and Jene Hughes, editors. Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures. Independence, Va.: Grayson County Historical Society, 1976.
Flagg, C. A., and W. O. Waters. "A Bibliography of Muster and Pay Rolls, Regimental Histories, Etc., with Introductory and Explanatory Notes." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 19 (October 1911), pp. 402-414; 20 (January, April, July 1920), pp. 52-68, 181-194, 267-281; 22 (January 1914), pp. 57-67.
Fothergill, Augusta B. Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800. N.P.: Appeals Press, 1925.
France, Mrs. Carroll. "The Towles Family of Virginia." Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, 5 (1955), pp. 440-453.
Gamble, Robert. "Orderly Book of Captain Robert Gamble of the Second Virginia Regiment, Commanded by Colonel Christian Febiger, August 21-November 16, 1779." Virginia Historical Society Collections, 11 (1892), pp. 221-272.
Gibson, John B. "General Gibson." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 5 (October 1922), pp. 298-310.
Gilmer, George. "Papers, Military and Political, of George Gilmer, M.D., of 'Pen Park,' Albemarle County, Va." Edited by R. A. Brock. Virginia Historical Society Collections, New Ser., 6 (1887), pp. 69-140.
Goldenberg, Joseph A.; Eddie D. Nelson; and Rita Y. Fletcher. "Revolutionary Ranks: An Analysis of the Chesterfield Supplements." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 87 (April 1979), pp. 182-189.
Goodwin, Edmund P. Colonel William Fleming of Botetourt, 1728-1795. Roanoke: Roanoke Valley Historical Society, 1976.
Goodwin, Mary R. M. "Clothing and Accoutrements of the Officers and Soldiers of the Virginia Forces 1775-1780. From the Records of the Public Store at Williamsburg." Unpublished research report, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1962.
Graham, James. The Life of General Daniel Morgan of the Virginia Line of the Army of the United States, with portions of his Correspondence. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856.
Greene, Katherine Glass. Winchester, Virginia and Its Beginnings 1743-1814. Strasburg: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1926.
Gwathmey, John H. Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers, Sailors, Marines 1775-1783. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1938.
Hagy, James William. "Arthur Campbell and the West, 1743-1811." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 90 (October 1982), pp. 456-471.
Hanko, Charles William. The Life of John Gibson, Soldier, Patriot, Statesman. Daytona Beach: College Publishing Co., 1955.
Hanser, Richard. The Glorious Hour of Lt. Monroe. New York: Athenaeum, 1976.
Harkey, Joseph H. "Captain William Morgan's Berkeley County, Virginia, Militia Company." West Virginia History, 38 (October 1976), pp. 35-55.
Harris, Malcolm H. A HIstory of Louisa County, Virginia. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1936.
Hart, Freeman H. The Valley of Virginia in the American Revolution, 1763-1789. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1942.
Harwell, Richard Barksdale, editor. The Committees of Safety of Westmoreland and Fincastle: Proceedings of the County Committees 1774-1776. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1956.
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.
Henry, William Wirt. Patrick Henry: Life, Correspondence and Speeches. 3 vols. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1891.
Heth, William. "Orderly Book of Major William Heth of the Third Virginia Regiment, May 15-July 1, 1777." Virginia Historical Society Collections, 11 (1892), pp. 319-376.
-----. "The Diary of Lieutenant William Heth while a Prisoner in Quebec, 1776." Edited by B. Floyd Flickinger. Annual Papers of [the] Winchester Virginia Historical Society, 1 (1931), pp. 27-118.
Hibbard, Francis Hamilton. "Captain Joseph Ogle of Virginia and Illinois in the Defense of the Upper Ohio." West Virginia History, 9 (April 1948), pp. 224-239.
Hunt, Gaillard, editor. Fragments of Revolutionary History: Being Hitherto unpublished writings of the men of the American Revolution, collected and edited under the authority of the District of Columbia Society, Sons of the Revolution. Brooklyn: Historical Printing Club, 1892.
Hurt, Frances Hallam. An Intimate History of the American Revolution in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Danville: Womack Press, 1976.
"The Illinois Regiment and the Northwestern Territory." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1 (October 1893), pp. 127-141.
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Jackson, Luther P. "Virginia Negro Soldiers and Seamen in the American Revolution." Journal of Negro History, 27 (July 1942), pp. 247-287.
Jefferson, Thomas. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson . Edited by Julian P. Boyd. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1950--.
Johnston, Henry P. "Christian Febiger Colonel of the Virginia Line of the Continental Army." Magazine of American History, 5 (March 1881), pp. 188-203.
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Jones, Richard L. Dinwiddie County: Carrefour of the Commonwealth. Dinwiddie: Dinwiddie County Historical Commission, 1977.
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Joynes, Levin Smith. A Sketch of the Life of Thomas R. Joynes of Accomack, Va.; with a brief notice of his father, Col. Levin Joynes, of the Continental Army. Columbia, S.C.: R. L. Bryan Co., 1876.
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.
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Laidley, W. S. "Jost Hite, The Pioneer." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 3 (April 1903), pp. 99-113.
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----. "Colonel Thomas Bullitt." West Virginia Historical Magazine, 4 (July 1904), pp. 213-217.
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 19th, 1774. The Chief Event of Lord Dunmore's War. Charleston, 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.
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-----. The Prince George-Hopewell Story. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1957.
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"A Muster Roll of Captain Ambrose Madison's Company of foot in the Regiment of Volunteer Guards at the Barracks in Albemarle County, where Francis Taylor Esqr is Commander to June 1st, 1779." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1 (April 1894), pp. 458-460.
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