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F History: United States (Regional), and the Americas (Go to start of category)
F230 .P13 1897 [Info] Social Life in Old Virginia Before the War, by Thomas Nelson Page (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC)
F230 .S84 [Info] The History of Virginia's Navy of the Revolution (Richmond: Mitchell and Hotchkiss, printers, 1934), by Robert Armistead Stewart (page images at HathiTrust)
F230 .W81 H19 [Info] A Biographical Sketch of Henry A. Wise, With A History of the Political Campaign in Virginia in 1855, by James P. Hambleton (page images at MOA)
F231 .C75 [Info] Virginia After the War: An Account of Three Years' Experience in Reorganizing the Methodist Episcopal Church in Virginia at the Close of the Civil War (Indianapolis: Baker-Randolph Litho. and Eng. Co., 1891), by S. L. M. Conser (at
F231 .P77 [Info] The Virginia Tourist, by Edward A. Pollard (page images at MOA)
F232 .A8 A3 [Info] Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia, Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, by Lyman Chalkley (text files at
F232 .A9 P5 [Info] History of Augusta County, Virginia (Staunton, VA: S. M. Yost and Son, 1882), by J. Lewis Peyton (multiple formats at
F232 .A9 W2 [Info] Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, From 1726 to 1871 (second edition; Staunton, VA: C. R. Caldwell, 1902), by Joseph Addison Waddell
F232 .D6 H57 [Info] Historic Dinwiddie County, Virginia: or, The Last Long Camp (ca. 1907) (multiple formats at
F232 .G6 R7 [Info] Gloucester: One of the First Chapters of the Commonwealth of Virginia (Richmond: West, Johnston and Co., 1893), by Sally Nelson Robins, illust. by Blanche Dimmock (page images at HathiTrust)
F232 .H23 J3 [Info] The Tidewater Cities of Hampton Roads, Virginia: Your Host for 1907, by Jamestown Ter-centennial Exposition (1907) (multiple formats at
F232 .J2 H91 [Info] Virginia: The Old Dominion, As Seen From its Colonial Waterway, the Historic River James (Boston: The Page Co., 1921), by Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
F232 .J3 [Info] See! See! See! Guide to Jamestown Exposition, Historic Virginia, and Washington (Washington: Byron S. Adams, 1907) (multiple formats at
F232 .K4 S7 1931 [Info] The Vestry Book of Stratton Major Parish, King and Queen County, Virginia, 1729-1783 (1931), by Stratton Major Parish (Va.), ed. by C. G. Chamberlayne (page images at HathiTrust)
F232 .N5 [Info] A History of Middle New River Settlements and Contiguous Territory (1906), by David E. Johnston (HTML at
F232 .N86 H3 [Info] The Stronghold: A Story of Historic Northern Neck of Virginia and Its People (Richmond, VA: Dietz Press, 1959), by Miriam Haynie (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
F232 .P9 P9 [Info] Pulaski County, Virginia: A Historic and Descriptive Sketch, Designed to Show Forth the Natural Advantages, Resources and General Adaptability of the Banner County of Southwest Virginia to Agriculture, Cattle Raising, and Also Commercial and Industrial Enterprises (Pulaski, VA: Southwest Pub. Co., 1907) (multiple formats at
F232.R7 S93 [Info] Tenth Legion Tithables (Rockingham Division): Rockingham County, Virginia Tithables for 1792 (Luray, VA: The author, 1930), ed. by Harry M. Strickler (page images at HathiTrust)
F232 .S5 [Info] The Valley Ulsterman: A Chapter of Virginia History, by Armistead C. Gordon (HTML at
F232 .S5 C3 1909 [Info] Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (Illustrated) From its Formation in 1738 to 1908 (Winchester, VA: Printed by the Eddy Press Corp., c1909), by T. K. Cartmell (page images at HathiTrust)
F232 .S5 K42 [Info] A History of the Valley of Virginia (third edition; Woodstock, VA: W. N. Grabill, 1902), by Samuel Kercheval (multiple formats at
F232 .S5 S8 [Info] Massanutten, Settled by the Pennsylvania Pilgrim, 1726: The First White Settlement in the Shenandoah Valley (Strasburg, VA: Shenandoah Publishing House, c1924), by Harry M. Strickler (page images at HathiTrust)
F232 .S7 T9 1831 [Info] The Confessions of Nat Turner, the Leader of the Late Insurrection in Southampton, Va. (Baltimore: T. R. Gray, 1831), by Nat Turner, ed. by Thomas R. Gray
F232 .S7 T9 1832 [Info] The Confessions of Nat Turner (Richmond: T. R. Gray, 1832), by Nat Turner, ed. by Thomas R. Gray
F233.64 .S6 [Info] Report of Committee on Ceremonies Incident to The Unveiling of The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, at Richmond, Va., May 30th, 1894 (1894), by United Confederate Veterans Virginia Division

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