Evergreen Cemetery Interment Cards, 1950-1969, A-G.

Evergreen Cemetery Interment Cards, 1950-1969, A-G.

Evergreen Cemetery is a historic African-American cemetery located in the East End neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. Founded in 1891 as an African-American equivalent to Hollywood Cemetery, many notable African Americans are interred at Evergreen, including Maggie L. Walker, John Mitchell,...

    Gloucester Agricultural and Industrial School

    Gloucester Agricultural and Industrial School

    Founded in 1888, Gloucester Agricultural and Industrial School, also known as Capahosic Academy, was a private high school built for African Americans before public high schools were available to them. This collection contains meeting notes, pamphlets, and correspondence, and other ephemera...

      World War I Questionnaires

      World War I Questionnaires

      Help review these transcriptions! All the questionnaires have been transcribed. Now we need to review them for accuracy and completeness. Click the "Pages That Need Review" button on the right side of the collection page. Click on the page, then the Transcribe tab to review the transcription....

      World War I Questionnaires: Miscellaneous

      World War I Questionnaires: Miscellaneous

      On 7 January 1919, Governor Davis created the Virginia War History Commission whose goal was “to complete an accurate and complete history of Virginia’s military, economic and political participation in the World War.” The Commission conducted a survey of World War I veterans in Virginia...

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        Virginia Untold: Bills of Sale and Deeds

        Virginia Untold: Bills of Sale and Deeds

        Virginia Untold provides digital access to records that document some of the lived experiences of enslaved and free Black people in the Library of Virginia’s collections. Please help improve the discoverability of these sources by transcribing two of the project's many record types, bills of...

        Virginia Untold: Free Registers (indexing)

        Virginia Untold: Free Registers (indexing)

        Virginia Untold provides digital access to records that document some of the lived experiences of enslaved and free Black people in the Library of Virginia’s collections. Please help improve the discoverability of these sources by transcribing one of the project's many record types, registers...

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