Virginia Land Office inventory ebook
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Virginia Land Office Inventory Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Virginia State Library, 1980
Virginia Land Office Inventory. 3rd e. revised and enlarged by John S. Salmon. Richmond, V. Archives and Records Division, Virginia State Library, 1981. Land Office Surveys, 1779–present (Entry 41–42 in Virginia Land Office Inventory). Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 1-, Richmond, V. Virginia State Library and Archives, 1992-. Virginia Genealogical Society, 1994-1999. Virginia State Library, 1980. The rest of the grant books are abstracted in Gray, Gertrude . comp. Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants.
The Library of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia, is the library agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia, its archival agency, and the reference library at the seat of government. It was formerly known as the Virginia State Library and as the Virginia State Library and Archives.
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Library of Virginia Publications. Gentry, Daphne . Virginia Land Office Inventory. Maps Relating to Virginia in the Virginia State Library and Other Departments of the Commonwealth With the 17th and 18th Century Atlas-Maps in the Library of Congress. Reprinted in 1999 by Willow Bend Books. An Architect Looks at Richmond: Benjamin Henry Latrobe Made a Valuable Record of Richmond in 1798.
Library of Virginia (State Library). In 1744 Virginia encouraged the settlement of western Virginia by offering land speculators 1,000 acres for each family they brought to settle the frontier. Virginia ceded its claims north of the Ohio River to the United States but reserved a section known as the Virginia Military District for Revolutionary War bounty land. Virginia ratified the constitution and became a state.
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