Key to Survey Reports Set

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Edited by John T. Kneebone and Jon Kukla. Assisted by Daphne Gentry and Donald W. Gunter. In the centuries since Robert Beverley, Jr., wrote and published his History and Present State of Virginia (1705) in London, historians and genealogists have often consulted or copied foreign documents about American subjects and residents. The Virginia Colonial Records Project aimed at reconstituting on microfilm the documentary record of Virginia's colonial history that had been decimated by war, fire, and accident during three centuries. The two volumes of this Key to Survey Reports and Microfilm of the Virginia Colonial Records Project open to scholars of American history an extensive body of manuscript information identified and collected over a span of more than thirty years by the Virginia Colonial Records Project. With this Key, researchers gain access to 14,704 Survey Reports as well as 963 reels of microfilmed documents.

Edited by John T. Kneebone and Jon Kukla. Assisted by Daphne Gentry and Donald W. Gunter.

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