Several Historic Virginia Government Records collections, such as the Governors' Letters Received, have been digitized and are available on Virginia Memory.
Guides and Indexes include bibliographies and descriptive research notes to our print, newspaper, manuscript, and archival collections.Created over many years by staff subject experts and continually updated and added to, these valuable research tools are arranged by topic.Available for Virginia residents only through Find It Virginia.Requires a valid Library of Virginia or Virginia public library card. Family Bible Records Family Coats of Arms, Index to Sources on Genealogical Records at the Library of Virginia Genealogists, Published Materials for Genealogy - How To Begin Genealogy Chart (Blank) Historical Census Records, Using Michael Miley Studio Collection (digital collection) Naturalizations, 1657-1776, Virginia Naturalizations, 1776-1929, Virginia Researching Virginia Authors S.Commission Digital Collection Native American History Sources, Using Native Americans: Archival Sources, Resources on Slavery in Virginia Virginia Untold: the African American Narrative (digital collection) Willis M.
Carter Digital Collection Free access to select materials from the Library of Virginia's collections.Provides biographical information for over 75,000 men and women born between 17, drawn from the digitized papers of the founding fathers and other documentary editions of the American Founding Era collection. Includes diaries, journals and narratives of explorers, emigrants, military men, Native Americans, and travelers.There are also family histories, folklore, and accounts regarding the development of farming and mining communities.A collection of over 16,000 general interest e Books (fiction and non-fiction) in PDF and EPUB formats. history-related texts, as well as Virginia-specific selections.This is a collection of older works, rather than recent releases. There are also classics of literature, language study guides, titles for teens and children, and much more.With a strong emphasis on titles covered in the Econ Lit database, this collection provides academic journals and magazines focusing on topics in economics. White pages can be used to conduct market research or locate friends and relatives.