Privately Published, 1996. Inscibed, signed by author.The Gresham family papers were found in a trunk at Tuckahoe Plantation in 1991. The collection consists of over 215 pieces of material, letters, contracts and partial notes. Letters to Henry and Laura Gresham run from 1846 to 1912. Places mentioned are King and Queen County as well as Essex, Tappahannock, Richmond, Bedford, Danville and Charlottesville, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Paris, France and Florence, Italy. Extensive Notes, Bibliography, Index. Signed by Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine/No Jacket.
Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A.: Virginia State Library, 1981. A clean bright copy, appears very slightly used.. Second Printing. Soft Cover. Fine/No Jacket.
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.: Rutledge Hill Pr, 1988. Dust jacket has slightest hint of edgewear, o/w fine. A biography of Thomas Nelson, Jr., general and Revolutionary War governor of Virginia as well as a chronicle of the social, intellectual, and cultural life of colonial Virginia.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.
First Edition. Athens, GA: Univ of Georgia Pr, 1996. Small darkened area on dark green endpaper, o/w fine. Dust jacket has very slight edgewear, bright and clean. Explores several aspects of the process by which lawmakers and law enforcers in Virginia responded to slaves' behavior and to whites' perceptions of and assumptions about that behavior.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.
Second Printing. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Univ of North Carolina Pr, 1988. Previous owner's bookplate, o/w fine. A major reinterpretation of the economic and political transformation of Chesapeake society from 1680 to 1800. It depicts how a large immigrant society of small planters became the polarized slave and free societies that were to remain largely impervious to fundamental change until the Civil War.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.
Waynesville, NC: Don Mills, Inc, 1998. A history of Essex County, Virginia from the Indians of the 1600s to the present. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.
1st Ed.. Norfolk Va.: Donning Company, 1985. A concise, readable and entertaining text accompanied by over 350 fully captioned photos, maps, and illustrations including most of the known views of the college from 1695 to 1865.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.
First Edition. Edinburgh: J. Dunlop, 1980. Inscribed, signed by author on title page. Dust jacket slightly tanned at spine fold, small, lightly rubbed area on back panel o/w clean, no chips or tears. . Signed by Author. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good+.
First Edition. Sedley, Virginia, U.S.A.: Dory Pr, 1996. Soft Cover. Fine.
First Edition. Elkton, Virginia, U.S.A.: Shenandoah Valley Folklore Society, 1993. Number 362 of a limited edition of 1000. Ex-Library with labels, pocket, library bookplate. Slightest hint of edgewear, binding tight, interior and exterior clean and bright. . Soft Cover. Very Good+. Ex-Library.
First Edition. Oakton, Va.: The Greater Oakton Citizens Association, 1982. Dust jacket has a few very small edge tears, corner chips, o/w clean and bright. Illustrated in b&w, bibliograhy. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good+.
First Edition. Richmond, Va.: Virginia Museum, 1970. A catalogue of an exhibition of church silver, described and illustrated. 112 pp, small amount of paper loss on cover from sticker removal.. Soft Cover. Very Good+/No Jacket.
First Edition. Knoxville, Tn.: University of Tennessee Pr. , 1992. Odell Waller was a black sharecropper from Gretna, Va. convicted of killing his white landlord. He became the central figure in a widely discussed controversey that raised important questions about justice in the U. S. Illus., bib.. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.
DeHardit Press: No Place, 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Drummond, Phillip O..
First Edition. Charlottesville, Va.: University Press of Va. , 1986. Difinitive account of the institutional expansion, diversification, and professionalization of Virginia's correctional facilities. Illus., appendix, notes. . Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.
Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1979. Inscribed, signed by author. Dust jacket has edgewear primarily at head of spine with one small tear, corners worn. In this age of increased complexity in black-white relations, a study of Hampton, Virginia, tells the story of what race relations in postbellum America "might have been." Here alone the promises of Emancipation and Reconstruction were fulfilled. A tradition of black success in business, education, politics, and social solidarity was established; blacks acquired property and political power and held on long after blacks in other communities lost them. This study offers a unique opportunity to follow a group of freedmen from their exuberance at winning freedom to their devastation by the resurgence of racism at the close of the century.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Good.
First Edition. Newbern, Va.: Wilderness Road Regional Museum, 1992. Illustrated in b&w; notes; bibliography. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.