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The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 123, Number 3 (2015),

  • James Madison and the Constitution: Reassessing the “Madison Problem”
  • “In Violation of the General Principles of Political Economy”: Philip Pendleton Barbour and Virginia’s Assault on the Protective Tariff, 1816-1824
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 123, Number 2 (2015),

  • Professor Minnigerode at the Antiques Roadshow: A Photographic Rarity Sheds New Light on Richmond’s Beloved Wartime Preacher and his Earliest Portraitist
  • A Confederate Memorial the “Equal of Gettysburg”: Sectionalism and Memory In the Establishment of Manassas National Battlefield Park 1890-1940
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 123, Number 1 (2015)

  • A Conqueror or a Peacemaker?: Abraham Lincoln in Richmond
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 122, Number 4 (2014),

  • “His Loyalty Was But Lip Service”: Loyalty Oaths and the Military Arrests of Two Ministers in Occupied Virginia during the Civil War
  • Escaping the Veritable Battle Cloud: Mary Johnston and the Reconstruction of History
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 122, Number 3 (2014),

  • A Vision Lost: Dr. Robert J. Preston and the Southwestern Lunatic Asylum 1887-1906
  • Showdown on Mr. Jefferson’s Lawn: Contesting Jim Crow during the University of Virginia’s Protodesegregation
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 122, Number 2 (2014), (3 copies)

  • Seizing the Past: Revolutionary Memory and the Civil War in Yorktown Variety Shows, Minstrelsy, and Social Aesthetics during the Virginia
  • Encampment of 1863-64
  • Restored and Vindicated: The Virginia Constitutional Convention of 1864
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 122, Number 1 (2014), (3 copies)

  • The 1736 Survey of the Potomac River
  • Foreign Affairs and the Ratification of the Constitution in Virginia
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 121, Number 4 (2013), (2 copies)

  • The Beginnings of African American Education in Montgomery County
  • “Dear Harry,” “My Dear Jack”: The Evolving Friendship between James J. Kilpatrick, Jr. and Sen. Harry E. Byrd, Sr. 1949-66
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 121, Number 3 (2013), (2 copies)

  • The Letters of Oliver and Bernie Hill, 1934-36: The forming of a Legendary Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Program of Action: the Rev. L. Francis Griffin and Struggle for Racial Equality In Farmville, 1963
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 121, Number 2 (2013) (2 copies)

  • “Crystallized into Solid Reality”: How Mason Locke “Parson” Weems Shaped George Washington’s Boyhood Home
  • Reconstructing the Old Dominion: Lewis F. Powell, Stuart T. Saunders, and The Virginia Industrialization Group, 1958-65
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 121, Number 1 (2013),

  • St. George Tucker, Spencer Roane, and the Virginia Court of Appeals 1804-11
  • Postscript to Massive Resistance: The Decline and Fall of the Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 120, Number 4 (2012)

  • “Send us……. “What other Lawe books you shall thinke fit”: Books That Shaped the Law in Virginia 1600-1860
  • Geography as Power: The Political Economy of Matthew Fontaine Maury
  • Matthew Fontaine Maury and the Evolution of Southern Memory
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 120, Number 3 (2012)

  • “That Unhappy Division”: Reconsidering the Causes and Significance of the O’Kelly Schism in the Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Playing Her Greatest Role: Priscilla Cooper Tyler and the Politics of the White House Social Scene
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 120, Number 2 (2012), (3 copies)

  • John Randolph of Roanoke and the Politics of Slavery in the Early Republic
  • Polk Miller’s Old South Quartette: Interracial Stage Performance at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 120, Number 1 (2012), (2 copies)

  • Gowan Pamphlet: Baptist Preacher in Slavery and Freedom
  • Masquerading Indians and Unsightly Blacks: Racial Policy, the American Past, and National Identity at Colonial National Monument Battle Abbey Centennial
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 119, Number 4 (2011), (2 copies)

  • Rambles of a Runaway from Southern Slavery: The Freedom Narrative Of Henry Goings
  • Madison v. Madison: Dolley Payne Madison and Her Inheritance of the Montpelier Estate, 1836-38
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 119, Number 3 (2011), (2 copies)

  • The Divided Legacy of a Founding Father: Henry and Beverley Tucker Confront Nullification and Secession
  • Race, Politics, and Education in Tidewater Virginia: Christopher Newport College and the Shoe Lane Controversy of 1960-63
  • “Thou Knowest Not the Time of Thy Visitation”: A Newly Discovered Letter Reveals Robert E. Lee’s Lonely Struggle with Disunion
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 119, Number 1 (2011), (2 copies)

  • Bacon’s Rebellion, the Grievances of the People, and the Political Culture Of Seventeenth-Century Virginia
  • Enclosing the Common: Thomas Jefferson, Agrarian, Independence, and Early American Land Policy, 1774-1789
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 119, Number 2 (2011), (2 copies)

  • The Long Civil War: A Historiography of the Consequences of the Civil War
  • The Virginia Ordinance of Secession: A Research Note on Contemporary Copies
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 118, Number 4 (2010)

  • The Shenandoah River Gundalow: Reusable Boats in Virginia’s Nineteenth- Century River Trade
  • Greenock’s Case: A Note on Gender, Race, Class, Politics, and Punishment in Early Virginia
  • An American turning Point: The Civil War in Virginia
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 118, Number 2 (2010), (3 copies)

  • Michael Cresap and the Promulgation of Settler Land-Claiming Methods
  • In the Backcountry, 1765-1774
  • Secession and Slavery as a Positive Good: The Impact of the Anthony Burns Drama in Boston on Virginia
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 118, Number 1 (2010), (2 copies)

  • Securing a Legacy: The Publication of James Madison’s Notes from the Constitutional Convention
  • “A Constant Attention”: Dolley Madison and the Publication of the Papers James Madison, 1836-1837
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 118, Number 3 (2010) (2 copies)

  • Pursuing Happiness in Colonial Virginia: Sacred Words, Cheap Print, and Popular Religion in Eighteenth Century
  • Virginia’s Pupil Placement Board and the Practical Applications of Massive Resistance, 1956-1966
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 117, Number 4 (2009)

  • “Who Controls the Past Controls the Future”: The Virginia Textbook Controversy
  • Desegregation in the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, 1945-1973
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 117, Number 4 (2007)

  • “Lee in Love”: Courtship and Correspondence in Antebellum Virginia Networks during the Civil War
  • The Champion and the Corpse: Art and Identity in Richmond, 1950
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 117, Number 3 (2009), (2 copies )

  • From the Ashes of the Old Dominion: Accommodation, Immediacy and Progressive Pragmatism in John Mercer Langston’s Virginia
  • “To Educate, Agitate, and Legislate”: Baptists, Methodists, and the Anti-Saloon League of Virginia 1901-1910
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 117, Number 2 (2009), (2 copies)

  • Fighting over Fencing: Agricultural Reform and antebellum Efforts to Close the Virginia Open Range
  • Codification in Virginia: Conway Robinson, John Mercer Patton, and the Politics Of Law Reform
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 117, Number 1 (2009)

  • Surviving War and the Underground: Richmond Free Blacks and Criminal Networks during the Civil War
  • The Champion and the Corpse: Art and Identity in Richmond, 1950
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 116, Number 4 (2008)

  • Enlightened Correspondents: The Transatlantic Dialogue of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander von Humboldt
  • “One of the Best Loved, North and South” The Appropriation of National Reconciliation by LaSalle Corbell Pickett
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 116, Number 3 (2008), (3 copies)

  • Fighting for Freedom: Virginia Dissenters’ Struggle for Religious Liberty
  • During the American Revolution “A Richmond Institution” Earnest Sevier Cox, Racial Propaganda, and White Resistance to the Civil Rights Movement
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 116, Number 2 (2008)

  • The Prophet in His Own Woods: Nat Turners’ Biblical Construction
  • New South Boomtown: Roanoke, Virginia, 1882-1884
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 116, Number 1 (2008)

  • The Pilgrim’s Progress: Thomas J. Jackson’s Journey Toward Civility and Citizenship
  • A Black Journalist in Civil War Virginia: Robert Hamilton and the Anglo-African
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 115, Number 3 (2007)

  • Well Calculated for the Farmer: Thoroughbreds in the Early National Chesapeake 1790-1850
  • “With A Weight of Circumstances Like Millstones About their Necks”
  • Freedwomen, Federal Relief, and the Benevolent Guardianship of the Freedmen’s Bureau
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 115, Number 2 (2007)

  • The Episcopal Church in Virginia, 1707-2007
  • Colonial Origins and Growth: The Church of England Adapts to North America 1607-1760
  • Like a Phoenix from the ashes: The reinvention of the Church in Virginia 1760-1840
  • Evangelicals Ascendant: Bishop Meade and the High Tide of Evangelical Episcopalianism 1840-1865
  • Reinventing Mission: The Diocese of Virginia, 1865-1970
  • Recent Crises: Coming to Terms with a Modern Society, 1970 to the Present
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 115, Number 1 (2007)

  • Making History in Virginia
  • Mr. Jefferson’s University: Women in the Village!
  • Rediscovered: Robert E. Lee’s Earliest-Known Letter
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 114, Number 4 (2006)

  • Captives and Slaves: Indian Labor, Cultural Conversion, and the Plantation Revolution in Virginia
  • The Vas Slaves: County Courts, State Laws, and Slavery in Virginia, 1831-1861
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 114, Number 3 (2006)

  • Torn between Family and Politics: John Tyler’s Struggle for Balance
  • “I have… a lot of work to do”: Cotton Mill Work and Women’s Culture in Matoaca, Virginia, 1888-95
  • Matoaca Manufacturing Company: A Photographic Essay
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 114, Number 2 (2006)

  • J.T.L. Preston and the Origins of the Virginia Military Institute, 1834-42
  • Freedom Without Independence: The Story of a Former Slave and Her Family
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 114, Number 1 (2006)

  • Preface
  • Beginnings, 1831
  • Decline and Revival, 1838-1860
  • Difficult Times, 1861-1892
  • A New Beginning, 1892-1945
  • Battle Abbey and the Best Kept Secret, 1945-2005
  • Interregnum, 1978-1988
  • The Center for Virginia History, 1988-2005
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 113, Number 4 (2005)

  • Justice Has Something To Do With It: Class Relations and the Confederate Army
  • William Mahone, the Lost Cause, and Civil War History
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 113, Number 3 (2005)

  • George Percy’s “Trewe Relacyon”: A Primary Source for the Jamestown Settlement
  • Gendering the City, Gendering the Welfare State: The Nurses’ Settlement of Richmond, 1900-1930
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 113, Number 2 (2005)

  • Rosenwald Schools in the Northern Neck
  • “An Experiment in Southern Letters” : Reconsidering the Role of The Reviewer in the Southern Renaissance
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 113, Number 1 (2005)

  • Constructing to Command: Rivalries Between Green Spring and the Governor’s Palace, 1677-1722
  • "His Slaves or Hers?": Customary Claims, a Planter Marriage, and a Community Verdict in Lancaster County, 1793
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 112, Number 4 (2004), (2 copies)

  • Reflections on the Church of England in Colonial Virginia
  • Murder and Biblical Memory: The Legend of Vernon Johns
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 112, Number 3 (2004)

  • A New Look at an Old Wall: Indians, Englishmen, Landscape, and the 1634 Palisade at Middle Plantation
  • No “Summer Holiday": The Chaplaincy of Richmond’s Walter Russell Bowie In World War l
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 112, Number 2 (2004)

  • The Evolution of Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia
  • Unraveling the Strange History of Jefferson’s Observations sur la Virginie
  • Thomas Jefferson’s Last Letter
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 112, Number 1 (2004)

  • First from the Right: Massive Resistance and the Image of Thomas Jefferson in the 1950s
  • “Take Him East Where Life Began”: The Role of Virginia in Shaping the Early Writings of Allen Tate
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 107, Number 1 (Winter 1999)

  • George Washington’s “Unmannerly” Behavior: The Clash between Civility and Honor
  • “To Judge of Washington’s Conduct”: Illuminating George Washington’s Appearance on the World Stage: Mason Locke Weems’s Life of George Washington and the Myth of Braddock’s Defeat
  • The Final Struggle between George Washington and the Grim King: Washington’s Attitude toward Death and an Afterlife
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 106, Number 4 (Autumn 1998)

  • The Multistoried House: Twentieth-Century Encounters with the Domestic Architecture of Colonial Virginia
  • Judge St. George Tucker and the Case of Tom v. Roberts: Blunting the Revolution’s Radicalism from Virginia’s District Courts
  • “To Be Freed from Thate Curs and Let at Liberty” Interracial Adultery and Divorce in Antebellum Virginia
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 106, Number 3 (Summer 1998)

  • “If Vanquished I Am Still Victorious”: Religious and Cultural Symbolism in Virginia’s Confederate Memorial Day Celebrations, 1866-1930
  • Baseball, the Lost Cause, and the New South in Richmond, Virginia, 1883-1890
  • In the Valley of the Shadow: Communities and History in the American Civil War
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 106, Number 2 (Spring 1998)

  • Atop and Anvil: The Civilians’ War in Fairfax and Alexandria Counties April 1861-1862
  • Southern Strategies: The 9170 Election for the United States Senate in Virginia
  • Mistaken Identity: Spencer Roane and the “Amphictyon” Letters of 1819
  • Partners in Geology, Brothers in Frustration: The Antebellum Geological Surveys of Virginia and Pennsylvania
  • “Virginia In Middle Ground”: The Know Nothing Party and the Virginia
  • Gubernatorial Election of 1855 Twentieth-Century Manuscripts: Selected Collections at the Virginia Historical Society compiled by Douglas B. Rodmand and E. Lee Shepard
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 106, Number 1 (Winter, 1998)

  • Partners in Geology, Brothers in Frustration: The Antebellum Geological Surveys of Virginia and Pennsylvania
  • "Virginia Is Middle Ground": The Know Nothing Party and the Virginia Gubernatorial Election of 1855
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 105, Number 4 (Autumn 1997)

  • Flawed Judgement: The Court-Martial of Commodore James Barron
  • “But My Friends are Poor”: Ross Hamilton and Freedpeople’s Politics in Mecklenburg County, Virginia 1869-1901
  • Conserving the Youth: The Civilian Conservation Corps Experience in the Shenandoah National Park
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 105, Number 3 (Summer 1997)

  • The Baptist General Association of Virginia and Desegregation, 1931-1980
  • A Segregationist on the Civil Rights Commission: John S. Battle 1957-1959
  • Nike Defends Washington: Antiaircraft Missiles in Fairfax County, Virginia During the Cold War, 1954-1974
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 105, Number 1 (Winter 1997)

  • The Women of Accomack versus Henry Smith: Gender, Legal Recourse, and the Social Order in Seventeenth-Century Virginia
  • By the Book: Eliza Ambler Brent Carrington and Conduct Literature in Late Eighteenth-Century Virginia
  • Reforming the “Academical Village”: Edwin A. Alderman and the University of Virginia 1904-1915
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 104, Number 4 (Autumn 19960)

  • Sir William Berkeley and the Diversification of the Virginia Economy
  • Freedmen and Enslaved Soil: A Case Study of Manumission, Migration, and Land
  • “Circular addressed to the Colored Brethren and Friends in America.” An Unpublished Essay by Lott Cary, Sent from Liberia to Virginia, 1827
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 104, Number 2 (Spring 1996)

  • The Ladies and the Lottery: Elite Women’s Gambling in Eighteenth-Century Virginia
  • Genteel Balls and Republican Parades: Genteel and Early Southern Civic Rituals, 1677-1826
  • “No Fetters But Such as Love Shall Forge”: Elizabeth and William Wirt and Marriage in the Early Republic
  • One “Desegregated Heart”: Sarah Patton Boyle and the Crusade for Civil Rights in Virginia
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 104, Number 3 (Summer 1996)

  • Anglican Theology and Devotion in James Blair’s Virginia, 1685-1743: Private Piety
  • In the Public Church Preserving the Patrimony: William Branch Giles and Virginia versus the Federal Tariff
  • Testimony from the Old Dominion before the Joint Committee on Reconstruction
The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
    Volume 103, Number 4 (October 1995)

  • From Supplicants to Constituents: Petitioning by Virginia Parishioners 1701-1775
  • “Ship for Virginia”: The Beginnings in 1619-1622 of the Great Migration to the Chesapeake
  • “This Being Court Day”: Courthouses and Community Life in Rural Virginia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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