Photo Credits

Header Photo on all pages:
“Map of Virginia,” Library of Congress,  www.loc.gov (accessed April 24, 2012).

Other Image Citations Throughout Site:

“Aerial View,” CNIC: Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, www.cnic.navy.mil (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Aerial View of Jamestown Island,” Virginia’s Historic Triangle: Colonial Williamsburg, www. colonialwilliamsburg.com (accessed April 29, 2012).

“Africans Aboard a Ship,” Sisters of Providence: The Beginnings, www.spsmw.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Alexander Spotswood,” Encyclopedia Virginia, www.encyclopediavirginia.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Archaeology of Martin’s Hundred,” Amazon, www.amazon.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Artist’s rendering of Wolstenholme Towne Site in 1620,” National Geographic Image Collection, www.nationalgeographicstock.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Bacon’s Rebellion,” Friends of Green Spring, www.historicgreenspring.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Balloon Flights,” Circling Hawk Paragliding, www.circlinghawk.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Battle of Green Spring,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

“Battle of Williamsburg- Gen. Hancock’s Charge,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Battle of Williamsburg Map,” Civil War Trust: Maps of Williamsburg, Virginia, www.civilwar.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Battle of Williamsburg,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Battle of Yorktown,” U.S. History Images: Battle of Yorktown, www.ushistoryimages.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Bottom’s Bridge,” The National Archives, http://arcweb.archives.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Blockhouse Located at Martin’s Hundred,” Martin’s Hundred, http://jpwhit.people.wm.edu (accessed April 30, 2012).

“Brafferton House,” The College of William and Mary, www.wm.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Brothers De Montgolfier,” Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science, Technology and Research, www.allstar.fiu.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Captain John Smith’s Map showing Kiskiack,” The Spanish in the Chesapeake Bay, www.virginiaplaces.org (accessed April 30, 2012).

“Carter’s Grove Plantation,” Virginia Runaways: Views of the Reconstructed Slave Quarter Houses at Carter’s Grove Near Williamsburg, courtesy of Tom Costa, http://people.uvawise.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Charles Parish,” The Virginia Shop at the Library of Virginia, www.thevirginiashop.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Chief Opechcancanough,” Powhatan Museum of Indigenous Arts and Culture, www.powhatanmuseum.com (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Chief Powhatan,” Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Christopher Newport,” Encylopedia: Christopher Newport, www.encyclopedia.com (accessed April 28, 2012).

“The College,” The College of William and Mary, www.wm.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Depiction of 17th Century Glassblowing,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed April 28, 2012).

“Depiction of Pocahontas being Kidnapped in 1612,” Williamsburg Private Tours, www.williamsburgprivatetours.com (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Depiction of a fight at Fort Magruder,” CWDG Online, http://cwdgonline.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Dred Scott,” PBS: Africans in America, www.pbs.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

Earle, Alice Morse, Old Stage Coach, The Project Gutenberg. Stage Coach and Tavern Days. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1900 www.gutenberg.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

Earle, Alice Morse. “Taproom Furnishings of an Old Tavern,” Project Gutenberg. Stage Coach and Tavern Days. New York: MacMillan and Company, 1900, www.gutenberg.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

Earle, Alice Morse. “Taproom of a Tavern,” Project Gutenberg. Stage Coach and Tavern Days. New York: MacMillan and Company, 1900, www.gutenberg.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Early Drawing of the College of William and Mary,” The American Cyclopaedia, http://chestofbooks.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Eastern State Asylum,” Colonial Williamsburg Digital Library, www.research.history.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Eastern State Hospital,” Eastern State Hospital, www.ancestry.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Eastern State Hospital,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Field school students excavating near a brick chimney foundation at the Quarterpath Road site,” The African Diaspora Archaeology Network, www.diaspora.uiuc.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“First Africans in America,” Africans in America: Arrival of First Africans in Virginia Colony, www.pbs.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Fort at Wolstenholme Towne,” The Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Freedman’s Bureau,” PBS: The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, www.pbs.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“General Cornwallis,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“George Percy,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed April 29, 2012).

“George Washington,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Governor William Berkeley,” Historic Green Spring, www.historicgreenspring.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Grapes,” Encyclopedia Britannica, www.britannica.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Great Road,” Williamsburg, Virginia, www.ancestry.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Hickory Neck Church,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Hickory Neck Church- Present Day,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

“Historic Green Spring,” Historic Green Spring, www.historicgreenspring.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

Historical Marker “Aviation Field Yorktown W-232,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Battle of Green Spring V-39,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Battle of Williamsburg W-43,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Burnt Ordinary W-33,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Carter’s Grove W-50,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Charles Church NP-1,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Chickahominy Church W-32,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Church on the Main V-46,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Eastern State Hopsital W-40b,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “First Africans in English America WT-1,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “First Balloon Flight in Virginia W-40,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “First Germans at Jamestown WT-2,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Goodwin Neck NP-12,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Governor’s Land V-41,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Green Spring Road V-42,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Green Spring W-36,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Hickory Neck Church W-30,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Hot Water/Centerville V-47,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Indian School at the College of William and Mary W-229,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “James City County Z-266,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Jamestown V-44,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Jamestown Road W-38,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Littletown W-48,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Martin’s Hundred Church W-52,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Martin’s Hundred W-51,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “New Kent Road W-26,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Olive Branch Christian Church W-28,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Paspahegh Indians V-50,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Patrick Napier, Colonial Surgeon W-41,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Peninsula Campaign W-37,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Pocahontas V-45,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Quarterpath Road W-42,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Samuel H. Yonge, Civil Engineer (1843-1935) V-440,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Seaford NP-3,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Sir William Berkeley V-42-A,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Six-Mile Ordinary W-34,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Spencer’s Ordinary W-35,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “State Shipyard W-31,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Trebell’s Landing W-49,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Vineyard Tract W-46,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Whitaker’s House W-45,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “White Hall Tavern W-27,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “Wowinchapuncke V-52,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

Historical Marker “York County Z-266,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

“Jamestown Glassblower at Work,” National Park Service, www.nps.gov (accessed April 29, 2012).

“John Graves Simcoe,” Historical Narratives of Early Canada, www.uppercanadahistory.ca (accessed May 2, 2012).

“John Magruder,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“John B. Magruder,” National Park Service, www.nps.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Joseph E. Johnston,” Civil War Trust: The Peninsula Campaign, www.civilwar.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Kingsmill archaeological site,” National Park Service,  www.nps.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Leeches Used for Bloodletting,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Lord Cornwallis,” Library of Congress,  www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Location of Rich Neck Plantation in present-day Williamsburg,” Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery, www.daacs.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Lord Dunmore,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Lt. Gov. William Gooch,” Brooklyn Museum: American Art, www.brooklynmuseum.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

Lyon Gardiner Tyler. The Cradle of the Republic (Richmond: Hermitage Press, 1906), 151.
“Map of the 8 Original Shires,” Original Shires of Virginia, http://lawsondna.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Major General George Brinton McClellan,” Civil War Trust: The Peninsula Campaign, www.civilwar.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Major General William Phillips British Royal Artillery (1731-1781),” City of Petersburg, Virginia, www.peterburg-va.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Map of James City,” APVA Preservation Virginia: Jamestown Rediscovery, www.apva.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Map of Jamestown Fort,” Historic Jamestowne: The Dig, www.historicjamestown.org (accessed April 29, 2012).

“Map of Peninsula Campaign,” Civil War Trust: Maps of the Peninsular Campaign 1862, www.civilwar.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Map Showing a Glassblowing Building,” Glassmaking at Jamestown, www.artslice.blogspot.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Map of Southeastern Virginia,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Marquis de Lafayette,” New World Encyclopedia, www.newworldencyclopedia.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Mary Aggie’s Pardon,” Encyclopedia Virginia, www.encyclopediavirginia.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Nathaniel Bacon,” National Park Service, www.nps.gov (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Nathaniel Bacon’s Declaration of Grievances,” Encyclopedia Virginia, www.encyclopediavirginia.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Olive Branch Christian Church-Present Day,” courtesy of Lindsey Smith, 2012.

“On Strike,” First Polish Settlers, www.polishamericancenter.org (accessed April 28, 2012).

“One of remaining houses on Kingsmill Plantation,” National Park Service, www.nps.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Original charter for the Virginia Company of London,” America’s Story From America’s Library, www.americaslibrary.gov (accessed April 29, 2012).

“Paspahegh Native with a Colonist,” Charles City County: State Historical Markers, www.charlescity.org (accessed April 29, 2012).

“The Peninsula Campaign,” Lee Hall Mansion: 1862 Peninsula Campaign, www.leehall.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Plan of the Battle of Yorktown,” U.S. History Images: Battle of Yorktown, www.ushistoryimages.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Portrait of ‘Mad’ Anthony Wayne,” Archiving Early America, www.earlyamerica.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Portrait of Pocahontas,” APVA Preservation Virginia: Historic Jamestowne, www.apva.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Present Day Kingsmill Plantation,” Golf Williamsburg, www.golfwilliamsburg.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Public Gaol,” Williamsburg, Virginia,  www.ancestry.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Public Gaol Plaque,” Williamsburg, Virginia,  www.ancestry.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Queen’s Rangers Seal,” Historical Narratives of Early Canada, www.uppercanadahistory.ca (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Recreated Cabin,” Freedom Park- James City County, www.williamsburgoutside.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Replica of Wolstenholme Towne Forte,” Martin’s Hundred, www.jpwhit.people.wm.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Replicas of the Discovery, Susan Constant and Godspeed,” Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center,  www.historyisfun.org (accessed April 29, 2012).

“Robert ‘King’ Carter,” National History Education Clearing House, www.teachinghistory.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Rt. Rev. James Madison, D.D.” NYPL Digital Gallery, www.digitalgallery.nypl.org (accessed May 2, 2012).

“The Siege at Yorktown,” The American Revolution: The Battle of Yorktown, 1781, www.britishbattles.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Sir Samuel Argall,” Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com(accessed May 2, 2012).

“Sir Thomas Dale,” Henrico County Historical Society, www.henricohistoricalsociety.org (accessed April 30, 2012).

“Sir William Berkeley,” Friends of Green Spring, www.historicgreenspring.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“The Site of Old James Towne,” Dancing Eye Books, http://dancingeyebooks.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Smith Rescued by Pocahontas,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 1, 2012).

“The Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown,” Architect of the Capitol, www.aoc.gov (accessed April 30, 2012).

“Tool Used for Cleaning Wounds,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“Tools Used in Surgery,” The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, www.history.org (accessed May 1, 2012).

“U.S.S. Langley CV-1,” Department of the Navy: Navy Historical Center, www.history.navy.mil (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Volunteers and Students Dig at the Argall Towne Site,” The Virginia Gazette: 1617 Village is Near Jamestown, www.vagazette.com (accessed April 30, 2012).

“White Hall Tavern,” White Hall,  www.whitehallwilliamsburg.blogspot.com (accessed May 1, 2012).

“William Farrar Smith,” House Divided: The Civil War Research Engine at Dickinson College, http://hd.housedivided.dickinson.edu (accessed May 2, 2012).

“York-Hampton Parish,” Library of Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed May 2, 2012).

“Yorktown Mine Depot 1945 Ordnance Department,” Hampton Roads Naval Museum, http://hamptonroadsnavalmuseum.blogspot.com (accessed May 2, 2012).

 

 

 

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