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Bibliography of Works Consulted

VIRGINIA

Virginia Atlas and Gazetteer, 2000 (4th edition), DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.

APVA Preservation Virginia, Bacon's Castle and Smith's Fort Plantation brochure, undated.

APVA Preservation Virginia, Welcome to Historic Cape Henry, VA brochure, 2004.

Arnold, Scott D., A Guidebook to Virginia's Historical Markers, Third Edition, 2007, University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Badger, Curtis J., and Rick Kellam, The Barrier Islands: A Photographic History of Life on Hog, Cobb, Smith, Cedar, Parramore, Metompkin, and Assateague, 1989, Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Baker, Norman L., Fort Loudoun: Washington's Fort in Virginia, 2006, French and Indian War Foundation, Winchester, Virginia.

Blackford, Charles M., Campaign and Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia, 1994, Warwick House Publishing, Lynchburg, Virginia.

Blue and Gray Education Society, The Battle of North Anna River brochure, 2015.

Blumberg, Arnold, War so Terrible, in Military Heritage Magazine, October 2010.

Bradley, Chester D., and The Casemate Museum, Fort Monroe, The Casemate Papers, series of eight info sheets, 1970 - 1973. (History of the Casemate Museum - The Army's Coast Artillery Museum; The Coast Artillery at Fort Monroe; Controversial Ben Butler; Highlights of Black History at Fort Monroe; The Shackling of Jefferson Davis; Dr. Craven and the Captivity of Jefferson Davis at Fort Monroe; Harrison Phoebus: From Farm to Fortune; Fort Wool)

Burton, Brian K., The Peninsula and Seven Days: A Battlefield Guide, 2007, University of Nebraska Press (Bison Books), Lincoln, Nebraska.

Calkins, Chris, Auto Tour of Civil War Petersburg 1861-1865, 2003, City of Petersburg, Virginia.

Calkins, Chris, Lee's Retreat: A History and Field Guide, 2000, Page One History Publications, Richmond, Virginia.

Cannan, John, The Crater: Burnside's Assault on the Confederate Trenches, June 30, 1864, 2002, Da Capo Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The Casemate Museum, Fort Monroe, Tales of Old Fort Monroe, series of fifteen info sheets, 1965 - 1973. (Robert E. Lee at Fort Monroe; Black Hawk at Fort Monroe; Edgar Allan Poe at Fort Monroe; General Simon Bernard: Aide to Napoleon, Designer of Fort Monroe; Is It a Fort or a Fortress ?; Fort Monroe in the Civil War; Short History of the Civil War; U.S. Grant Comes to Fort Monroe; Abraham Lincoln's Campaign Against the Merrimack; Old Point Comfort: America's Greatest Bastion; The Fanny: First Aircraft Carrier (1861); The Monitor and the Merrimack; Jefferson Davis: Brief Biography; On to Richmond! General McClellan's Peninsular Campaign; Abraham Lincoln at the Hampton Roads Peace Conference (1865))

The Casemate Museum, brochure, undated.

The Casemate Museum, Fort Monroe, Guide to Historic Points - Fort Monroe, Virginia brochure, 1996.

The Casemate Museum, Fort Monroe, Fort Monroe Walking Tour card, undated.

Chesterfield Historical Society, Bermuda Hundred Campaign Tour Guide, 2010, Chesterfield, Virginia.

Clary, David A., Fortress America: The Corps of Engineers, Hampton Roads, and United States Coastal Defense, 1990, The University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Cobb, J. Michael, Fort Wool: Star Spangled Banner Rising, 2009, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Conner, Albert Z., Jr., A History of Our Own: Stafford County, Virginia, 2003, The Donning Company Publishers, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Conner, Albert Z., Jr., with Chris Mackowski, Seizing Destiny: The Army of the Potomac's "Valley Forge" and the Civil War Winter that Saved the Union, 2016, Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Connery, William S., Civil War Northern Virginia 1861, 2011 (4th print 2013), The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Cullen, Joseph P., The Battle of Chancellorsville, 1968, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

Cullen, Joseph P., Richmond Battlefields, Handbook 33, 1961, National Park Service, Washington.

Cullen, Joseph P., The Siege of Petersburg, 1970, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

Culpeper County Chamber of Commerce, Civil War Battlefield Guides, undated. (Cedar Mountain; Kelly's Ford; Brandy Station; Rappahannock Station).

The Daily Progress (editors), Charlottesville, Virginia, The Revolution in Middle Virginia, series of six weekly supplements, February - March, 1976. (The Cry for Liberty; Albemarle Barracks; Peter Francisco - Hero; Bloody Tarleton and the Night Rider; The Raid on Point of Fork Arsenal; The Wild Goose Chase)

Davis, Daniel T., and Phillip S. Greenwalt, Hurricane from the Heavens: The Battle of Cold Harbor, May 26-June 5, 1864, 2014, Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Davis, William C., The Campaign to Appomattox, 1975, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Dean, Catherine E., Historic Jamestowne: America's Birthplace, 2006, 2010 (2nd edition), The Creative Company, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

Deetz, James, Flowerdew Hundred: The Archaeology of a Virginia Plantation, 1619-1864, 1993, reprint 1995, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Dunkerly, Robert M., and Donald C. Pfanz and David R. Ruth, No Turning Back: A Guide to the 1864 Overland Campaign, from the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, May 4-June 13, 1864, 2014, Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Eanes, Greg, Tarleton's Southside Raid: Prelude to Yorktown, 2002, E & H Publishing Company, Inc., Burkeville, Virginia.

Eastern National Parks Association, The Battle of Chancellorsville - Self-Guided Driving Tour brochures, 2001, 2007.

Eastern National Parks Association, The Battle of Fredericksburg - Self-Guided Driving Tour brochures, 2002, 2007.

Eastern National Parks Association, The Battles of The Wilderness and Spotsylvania Court House - Self-Guided Driving Tour brochure, 2001.

Eastern National, Battle of Spotsylvania Court House: A Self-Guided Driving Tour brochure, undated (updated version).

Eastern National, Battle of the Wilderness: A Self-Guided Driving Tour brochure, undated (updated version).

Egloff, Keith, and Deborah Woodward, First People: The Early Indians of Virginia, 1992 (reprint 2000), University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Egloff, Nancy, with revisions by Janet Gallagher, Jamestown Settlement: A Pictorial Guide, 1995, revised 2005, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia.

Evans-Hylton, Patrick, Hampton Roads: The World War II Years, 2005, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Faircloth, Thomas, The Germanna Story, copy of presentation given at Germanna Community College, Locust Grove, Virginia, April 22, 2004.

Felder, Paula S., Forgotten Companions: The First Settlers of Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburgh Town (With Notes on Early Land Use), 1982, Historic Publications of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Fort Harrison, Inc., Daniel Harrison House brochure, undated.

Fort Harrison, Inc., Fort Harrison brochure, undated.

Fort Pocahontas at Wilson's Wharf brochure, undated.

Fort Ward Museum, Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site brochure, 1998.

Fort Ward Museum, Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site brochure, 2001.

Fort Ward Museum, A Street Guide to Civil War Alexandria brochure, 1995.

Fredericksburg Tourism and Business Development, Fredericksburg, December 1862: A Walking Tour Part 1 - Fire in the Streets brochure, undated.

Fredericksburg Tourism and Business Development, Fredericksburg, December 1862: A Walking Tour Part 2 - The Assault on Marye's Heights brochure, undated.

Gaines, William C., Camp Pendleton, Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the Provisional Coast Artillery Brigade, 1940-1945, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2, May 2000.

Garnett, Carroll M., Fort Lowry and Raiders on the Rappahannock, 2002, Vantage Press, New York.

Gold, Debra L., The Bioarchaeology of Virginia Burial Mounds, 2004, The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Graham, Martin F., and George F. Skoch, Mine Run: A Campaign of Lost Opportunities, October 21, 1863-May 1, 1864, 1987, H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.

Greene, A. Wilson, Fredericksburg Battlefields, Handbook 155, 1999, National Park Service, Division of Publications, Washington.

Hanover County Sesquicentennial Committee, War Comes to Hanover 1861-1865 brochure, 2013.

Harrison, Noel G., Chancellorsville Battlefield Sites, 1990, H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.

Harrison, Noel G., Fredericksburg Civil War Sites, Volume One, April 1861-November 1862, 1995, H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.

Harrison, Noel G., Fredericksburg Civil War Sites, Volume Two, December 1862-April 1865, 1995, H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.

Harvey, Jeremy J., Occupied City: Portrait of Civil War Alexandria, Virginia, 2003, Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association, Alexandria, Virginia.

Haskett, James N., Colonial National Historic Park: The Story Behind the Scenery, 1990, reprint 1992, KC Publications, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Hatch, Charles E., Jr., The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624, 1957, reprint 1995, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Hendricks, Christopher E., The Backcountry Towns of Colonial Virginia, 2006, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

The Henricus Foundation, The 1611 Citie of Henricus Historical Park - Dutch Gap Conservation Area brochure, 1999.

Hess, Earl J., Dirty Work at Petersburg: Confederate engineers schemed to blow a section of Yankee earthworks sky-high, in Civil War Times, October 2009.

Hess, Earl J., In the Trenches at Petersburg: Field Fortifications and Confederate Defeat, 2009, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Hess, Earl J., Trench Warfare under Grant and Lee: Field Fortifications in the Overland Campaign, 2007, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Historic Jamestowne, Historic Jamestowne, America's Birthplace brochure, 2004.

Historic Jamestowne, Jamestown Church brochure, undated (2004 ?).

Holland, C.G., and Sandra D. Speiden and David Van Roijen, The Rapidan Mound Revisited: A Test Excavation of a Prehistoric Burial Mound, "Occasional Papers No. 4", 1982, Orange County Historical Society, Orange, Virginia.

Hopewell, City of, The Old Town of City Point: Walking Tour brochure, 1999.

Hudson, Carson O., Jr., Civil War Williamsburg, 1997, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Hume, Ivor NoŽl, First Look at a Lost Virginia Settlement, in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 155, No. 6, June 1979, National Geographic Society, Washington.

Hume, Ivor NoŽl, Martin's Hundred, 1979, reprint 1995, University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Hume, Ivor NoŽl, New Clues to an Old Mystery, in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 161, No. 1, Jan. 1982, National Geographic Society, Washington.

Hurst, Patricia J., The War Between the States, 1862-1865: Rapidan River Area of Clark Mountain, Orange County, Virginia, 1989, self-published, Rapidan, Virginia.

Isle of Wight County, Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Fort Boykin Historic Park brochure, undated.

Isle of Wight County Historic Resources Division, Department of Tourism, Historic Fort Boykin brochure, undated.

Isle of Wight County Historic Resources Division, Department of Tourism, Historic Fort Huger brochure, undated.

The Jamestown Foundation, Jamestown and Jamestown Festival Park booklet, undated (1968 ?), Williamsburg, Virginia.

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Pocahontas and the Powhatans of Virginia: A Historical Narrative and Listing of Virginia Sites brochure, 1995.

Johnson, Clint, Touring Virginia's and West Virginia's Civil War Sites, 1999, John F. Blair, Publisher, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Johnston, Wilbur S., Winchester: Field of Conflict map, 1995 (2004 printing), Winchester Printers, Inc., Winchester, Virginia.

Jones, Randell, In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone, 2005, John F. Blair, Publisher, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Jones, V. C., The Bull Run Campaign: First Manassas, 1980, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

Joseph, John Mark, War on the Rapidan, 1988, Moss Publications, Orange, Virginia.

Kearns, John T.S., The Importance of the Battle of Great Bridge, in An 18th Century Perspective: Culpeper County, Mary Stevens Jones (ed.), 1976, Culpeper Historical Society, Inc., Culpeper, Virginia.

Kelso, William M., and Beverly Straube, Jamestown Rediscovery 1994 - 2004, Vol. VIII, 2004, The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, Richmond, Virginia.

Kelso, William M., Kingsmill Plantations 1619-1800: Archaeology of Country Life in Colonial Virginia, 1984, reprint 2003, Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.

Konstam, Angus, Seven Days Battles 1862: Lee's Defense of Richmond, 2004 (4th reprint 2009), Osprey Publishing Ltd., Botley, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Koontz, Louis K., The Virginia Frontier, 1754-1763, 1925, reprint 2005, Heritage Books, Inc., Westminster, Maryland.

Kupik, John M., Fort Myer, 2011, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Lambert, Darwin, Herbert Hoover's Hideaway: The Story of Camp Hoover on the Rapidan River in Shenandoah National Park, 1971, reprint 1983, The Shenandoah Natural History Association, Inc., Luray, Virginia.

Lehmann, Stuart, and Vernon Bradshaw, Visitors Guide to Tangier Island, Va., 1976, self-published.

Loth, Calder (editor), The Virginia Landmarks Register, 3rd Edition, 1970, 1976, 1986, Virginia Historic Landmarks Board, The University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Loth, Calder (editor), The Virginia Landmarks Register, 4th Edition, 1999, Virginia Historic Landmarks Board, The University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Loudoun County Civil War Centennial Commission, Loudoun County and the Civil War: A History and Guide, 1961, Potomac Press, Leesburg, Virginia.

Lowe, David, Rapid Fortifications at Cold Harbor, 1864 NPS Earthworks Tour handout, 2014.

Lykes, Richard W., Petersburg National Military Park, Virginia, Handbook 13, 1951 (reprint 1961), National Park Service, Washington (2010 digital reprint, Digital Scanning, Inc.).

Lynchburg, City of, Fort Early brochure, undated.

Lynchburg Convention and Visitors Bureau, Civil War History and Civil War Sites brochure, undated.

Mackowski, Chris, Chancellorsville: Crossroads of Fire, 2011, Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Mackowski, Chris, The Dark, Close Wood: The Wilderness, Ellwood, and the Battle that Redefined Both, 2010, Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Mackowski, Chris, and Kristopher D. White, A Season of Slaughter: The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, May 8-21, 1864, 2013, Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Mackowski, Chris, and Kristopher D. White, Simply Murder: The Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862, 2012, 2013 (2nd ed.), Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Mackowski, Chris, Strike Them a Blow: Battle Along the North Anna River, May 21-25, 1864, 2015, Savas Beatie LLC, El Dorado Hills, California.

Manuel, Dale A., Second System Hampton Roads, 2000, self-published.

McCartney, Martha W., The Draft of York River in Virginia: An Artifact of the Seventeenth Century, in Southeastern Archaeology, Vol. 3, No. 2 (winter 1984) (digital pdf copy).

McGovern, Terrance, The Chesapeake Bay at War! The Coastal Defenses of Chesapeake Bay During World War Two, 2010, Three Sisters Press, Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Missoula, Montana.

McKinney, Joseph W., Brandy Station Driving Tour and Battlefield Guide, 2005, Brandy Station Foundation, Brandy Station, Virginia.

McKnight, Brian D., Contested Borderland: The Civil War in Appalachian Kentucky and Virginia, 2006, 2012 reprint, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.

Miller, William J., The Battles for Richmond, 1862, 1996, National Park Civil War Series, Eastern National.

Miller, William J., The Men of Fort Ward: Defenders of Washington, 1989, The Friends of Fort Ward, Alexandria, Virginia.

Moore, Robert H., II, Gibraltar of the Shenandoah: Civil War Sites and Stories of Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County, Virginia, 2004, The Donning Company Publishers, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Morrissey, Brendan, Yorktown 1781: The World Turned Upside Down, 1997, Osprey Publishing, Ltd., Botley, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Mountz, Thomas C., Redoubt #2 - Fort No Name: Defense of Aquia Creek Landing, Stafford County, Virginia, 1863 draft manuscript (copy), 2006.

Musselman, Homer D., Stafford County in the Civil War, 1995, H.E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia.

National Park Service, Appomattox Court House brochure, 2010.

National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park - Jamestown brochures, 1966, 2004, 2012.

National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park - Yorktown brochure, 2012.

National Park Service, Colonial NHP, Historic Jamestown and Yorktown Battlefield brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Colonial NHP, Jamestown Archeological Assessment handbook, undated (2002 ?), Washington.

National Park Service, Fort Monroe National Monument brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park brochure, 2001.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, 2nd Fredericksburg and Salem Church: A Driving Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Bloody Angle: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Chancellorsville History Trail: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Chatham: The Lacy House brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Ellwood: A Quiet Country Farm brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Fredericksburg National Cemetery: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Gordon Flank Attack Trail: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Hazel Grove Fairview: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, McLaws Trail: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Salem Church brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Spotsylvania History Trail: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, "Stonewall" Jackson Shrine: Where the Confederate General Died brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, Sunken Road Walking Trail handout, undated.

National Park Service, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania NMP, The Wounding of "Stonewall" Jackson: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Manassas National Battlefield Park brochure, 2007.

National Park Service, Petersburg National Battlefield brochures, 1996, 2001, 2012.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Eastern Front Trail Map brochure, 2010.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Lee's Last Offensive: Battle of Fort Stedman Trail Guide booklet, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, African Americans at Petersburg foldout, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Built to Last: The Trenches of Petersburg foldout, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Five Forks Battlefield foldout, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, General Grant's Headquarters at City Point foldout, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Poplar Grove National Cemetery foldout, undated.

National Park Service, Petersburg NB, Railroads Under Siege foldout, 2015.

National Park Service, Richmond National Battlefield Park brochures, 1999, 2001, 2011, 2012.

National Park Service, Richmond NBP, Cold Harbor handout, 1996.

National Park Service, Richmond NBP, The Cold Harbor Campaign: A Driving Tour brochure, 2001, Eastern National.

National Park Service, Richmond NBP, Drewry's Bluff handout, 2008.

National Park Service, Richmond NBP, The Battles of Glendale and Malvern Hill, June 30 and July 1, 1862: A Driving Tour brochure, 2002, Eastern National.

National Park Service, Richmond NBP, Totopotomoy Creek Battlefield at Rural Plains brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Shenandoah National Park, Camp Hoover Trail Map handout, 1993.

National Park Service, Shenandoah National Park, Hoover Days brochure, undated.

Nesbitt, Mark, Rebel Rivers: A Guide to Civil War Sites on the Potomac, Rappahannock, York, and James, 1993, Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Newport News Park, The Battle of Dam No. 1: April 16, 1862 brochure, undated.

Newport News Park, Park Map handout, undated (2006).

Newport News Tourism Development Office, Echoes of Gunfire: Civil War Guide brochure, 2003.

Nicholas, Richard L., Sheridan's James River Campaign of 1865 Through Central Virginia, 2012, Historic Albemarle, Scottesville, Virginia.

Norfolk Convention and Visitors Bureau, The Civil War in Norfolk, Virginia: A Self-Guided Tour brochure, undated.

Norfolk Historical Society, Fort Norfolk brochure, undated.

Olmert, Michael, and Suzanne E. Coffman, Official Guide to Colonial Williamsburg, 2nd Edition, 1985, 1998 (reprint 2004), The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia.

O'Reilly, Francis A., The Fredericksburg Campaign: Winter War on the Rappahannock, 2003, 2006 (3rd printing 2010), Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Pamplin Historical Park and the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Official Handbook, 2000, and brochure, 2001, Petersburg, Virginia.

Pamplin Historical Park, Defense of Fort Gregg, April 2, 1865, Field Bulletin No. 2, undated.

Pamplin Historical Park, Defense of Fort Whitworth, April 2, 1865, Field Bulletin No. 3, undated.

Pamplin Historical Park, Battle of Sutherland Station, Field Bulletin No. 4, undated.

Pamplin Historical Park, Battle of Lewis Farm, Field Bulletin No. 5, undated.

Quarles, Garland R., George Washington and Winchester, Virginia, 1748-1758, 1974, reprint 1997, Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, Winchester, Virginia.

Quarstein, John V., The Battle of the Ironclads, 1999, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Quarstein, John V., The Civil War on the Virginia Peninsula, 1997, Arcadia Publishing, Dover, New Hampshire.

Quarstein, John V., Union Bastion in the Old Dominion, in America's Civil War Magazine, September 2002.

Quarstein, John V., World War I on the Virginia Peninsula, 1998, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Quarstein, John V., and J. Michael Moore, Yorktown's Civil War Siege: Drums Along the Warwick, 2012 (2013 reprint), The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Quarstein, John V., and Dennis Mroczkowski, Fort Monroe: The Key to the South, 2000, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Reeves, Matthew, and Clarence Geier, Under the Forest Floor: Excavations at a Confederate Winter Encampment, Orange, Virginia, copy of manuscript presented at the 2003 SHA Conference, Providence, Rhode Island; on file with the Montpelier Foundation, Montpelier Station, Virginia.

Rhea, Gordon C., The Battle of Cold Harbor, 2001, National Park Civil War Series, Eastern National.

Rhea, Gordon C., The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5-6, 1864, 1994, 2004 (3rd printing 2013), Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Rhea, Gordon C., The Battles of Wilderness and Spotsylvania, 1995, National Park Civil War Series, Eastern National.

Riggs, David F., Continuing Jamestown's Military Tradition: The Civil War Years, in Cultural Resources Management Bulletin No. 1, 1999, National Park Service, Washington.

Riggs, David F., Embattled Shrine: Jamestown in the Civil War, 1997, White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation, Inc., Stratford Hall Plantation Visitor's Guide brochure, 1999.

Roberts, Carey, Finding Cecily: A Jamestown Story (or Five Marriages, a Massacre and a Mystery), in Virginia Living Magazine, June 2007.

Rountree, Helen C., The Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture, 1989, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma.

Rountree, Helen C., and E. Randolph Turner III, Before and After Jamestown: Virginia's Powhatans and Their Predecessors, 2002, reprint 2005, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Sakurai, Gail, The Jamestown Colony, 1997, Children's Press, Danbury, Connecticut.

Salmon, John S., A Guidebook to Virginia's Historical Markers (Revised (2nd) Edition), 1994, reprint 2001, The University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Salmon, John S., The Official Virginia Civil War Battlefield Guide, 2001, Virginia Department of Historic Resources, Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Sanchez-Saavedra, E.M., "All Fine Fellows and Well Armed", in An 18th Century Perspective: Culpeper County, Mary Stevens Jones (ed.), 1976, Culpeper Historical Society, Inc., Culpeper, Virginia.

Sanford, Douglas W., The Enchanted Castle in Context: Archaeological Research at Germanna, Orange County, Virginia, 1989, facsimile copy of manuscript on file at Germanna Community College Library, Locust Grove, Virginia.

Scheel, Eugene M., The Last Indians to Live in Culpeper, in An 18th Century Perspective: Culpeper County, Mary Stevens Jones (ed.), 1976, Culpeper Historical Society, Inc., Culpeper, Virginia.

Sharpe, Hal F., Shenandoah County in the Civil War: Four Dark Years, 2012, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Shenandoah Natural History Association, Short Hikes in Shenandoah National Park booklet, 1994, reprint 1995, Luray, Virginia.

Shenandoah Valley Travel Association, The Civil War Campaigns of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley brochure, undated.

Shenandoah Valley Travel Association, Stonewall Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862 brochure, undated.

Smith, Eugenia B., Centreville, Virginia: Its History and Architecture, 1973, 1984, 1995, Fairfax County History Commission, Fairfax, Virginia.

Sneden, Robert Knox, Eye of the Storm: A Civil War Odyssey, 2000, The Free Press, New York City.

Speer, Roderick S., A history of the Confederate States Armory, Richmond, provides special insight into the Civil War, in Military History Magazine, February 2002.

Stackpole, Edward J., The Battle of Fredericksburg!, 1965, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Steele, Roberta Ingles, and Andrew Lewis Ingles (eds.), Escape from Indian Captivity: The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and Son Thomas Ingles, 1969, 2nd edition 1982, self-published, Radford, Virginia.

Syms-Eaton Museum, Hampton, Virginia, Horn Book Series, series of numbered info sheets, undated (1975 ?). (Kiccowtan and Hampton Towne, 1607-1680 (#1); Blackbeard the Pirate (#3); The Revolutionary War Comes to Virginia: The Battle of Hampton (#5); No Glory for the Guards (#7); 1813 - The Guests Arrive (#8))

Tazewell, William L., Norfolk's Waters: An Illustrated Maritime History of Hampton Roads, 1982, Windsor Publications, Inc., Woodland Hills, California.

Thomas, Emory M., Wartime Richmond, 1977, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Thomas, William H.B., Patriots of the Upcountry: Orange County, Virginia in the Revolution, 1976, Orange County Bicentennial Commission, Orange, Virginia.

Thompson, John M. (ed.), The Journals of Captain John Smith: A Jamestown Biography, 2007, National Geographic Society, Washington.

Trailhead Graphics, Inc., Civil War Campaigns Across the Potomac topographic guide map, 2006.

Trailhead Graphics, Inc., Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park topographic guide map, 2007.

Trailhead Graphics, Inc., The Petersburg Campaign topographic guide map, 2007.

Tyler, Fielding L., Defending the Capes: Fire Control on the Eastern Shore, 2000, self-published.

Tyler, Fielding L., Defending the Entrance: The U.S. Army on Fishermans Island, 2003, self-published.

Tyler, Fielding L., Fort Story and Cape Henry, 2005, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Tyler, Fielding L., The Guns of Fort Story: 12-Inch Railway Mortar, 2001, self-published.

Tyler, Fielding L., The Guns of Fort Story: Parcel C Fire Control Towers, 2000, self-published.

Tyler, Fielding L., The Guns of Fort Story: Sandbridge Fire Control Towers, 2000, self-published.

Tyler, Fielding L., The Guns of Hampton Roads: Batteries Anderson and Ruggles, 1999, self-published.

U.S. Army, Fort Monroe, The Casemate Museum brochure, undated.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge brochure, 1997.

U.S. Geological Survey, Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia topographic map, 1981.

Virginia Civil War Trails, Inc., Virginia-Maryland Civil War Trails brochure, 2013.

Virginia Civil War Trails, 1861-1865 Northern Virginia: Crossroads of Conflict brochure, 2007.

Virginia Civil War Trails, 1862 Peninsula Campaign: The Civil War in Tidewater brochure, 2004.

Virginia Civil War Trails, Lee vs. Grant: The 1864 Campaign brochure, 2012.

Virginia Civil War Trails, Shenandoah Valley: Avenue of Invasion brochure, 2006.

Virginia Civil War Trails, Lee's Retreat: The Final Campaigns brochure, 2014.

Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Leesylvania State Park brochure, undated.

Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, A Potomac Legacy: Lee's Woods Historical Interpretive Trail booklet, undated.

Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Sailor's Creek: 72 Hours Before the End brochure, undated.

Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Wilderness Road State Park brochure, undated.

Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Wilderness Road State Park, Historic Martin's Station info sheet and park map, undated.

Virginia Division of Tourism, Virginia Civil War Battlefields and Sites brochure, 1990.

Virginia's Explore Park, Explore Park Visitor's Guide brochure, 2007.

Wayland, John, Germanna: Outpost of Adventure 1714-1956, 1957, reprint 1989, in Germanna Record No. 7, The Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Inc., Culpeper, Virginia.

Weinert, Richard P., Jr., The Guns of Fort Monroe, 1974, revised 1990, Fort Monroe Casemate Museum, Hampton, Virginia.

Weinert, Richard P., Jr., and Robert Arthur, Defender of the Chesapeake: The Story of Fort Monroe, 1930, 1978, 1989 (3rd revised edition), White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

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