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Alexander Spotswood

The following is a list of books about Alexander Spotswood which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.


Andrews, Matthew Page. Virginia The Old Dominion. New York, Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1937.
975.51 An2.

Bice, David A. A Panorama fo West Virginia II. South Charleston, West Virginia, Jalamap Publications, Inc, 1985.
975.4 B583.

Bruce, Philip Alexander. History of Virginia Volume I Colonial Period 1607-1763. Chicago and New York, The American Historical Society, 1924.
975.51 v.81.

Campbell, Charles. History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott and Company, 1860.
975.51 C15.

Caruthers, William Alexander. The Knights of the Golden Horseshoe: A Traditionary Tale of the Crooked Hat Gentry in the Old Dominion. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1882.
F C319

Comstock, Jim. The West Virginia Heritage Encyclopedia. Richwood, West Virginia, Comstock, 1976.
R 975.4003 C739 v.20.

Conley, Phil and Doherty, William Thomas. West Virginia History. Charleston, West Virginia, Education Foundation, Inc., 1974.
975.4 C76.

__________ and Stutler, Boyd B. West Virginia Yesterday and Today Fourth Edition. Charleston, West Virginia, Education Foundation, Inc., 1966.
975.4 C76 1966.

Havighurst, Walter. Alexander Spotswood: Portrait of a Governor. Colonial Williamsburg, New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1967.
B S765h.

Smith, Margaret, Vowell. Virginia 1492-1892 A Brief Review of the Discovery of the Continent of North America with A History of the Executives of the Colony and of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Washington, W. H. Lowdermilk & Company, 1893.
975.51 Sm6.

Spotswood, Alexander. Iron Works at Tuball: Terms and Conditions for Their Lease by Alexander Spotswood on the Twentieth Day of July 1739. Introduction by Lester J. Cappon...and map of Virginia Showing Germanna. Charlottsville, The Tracy W. McGregor of the University of Virginia, 1945.
B S765i

Virginia Historical Society. The Official Letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Virginia, 1710-1722. Richmond, Virginia, William Ellis Jones, 1882.
B S765.

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