3 edition of History of Richmond found in the catalog.
History of Richmond
John Peyton Little
|Statement||by John P. Little, reprinted from the Southern literary messenger ; introduction by A. A. Little, foreword by J. H. Whitty, woodblocks by Norma E. Dietz, index by George F. Scheer.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 14141.|
|Contributions||Whitty, J. H. 1859-1937.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 303 p.|
|Number of Pages||303|
Thirteen bishops have led the Church of Richmond over the course of its two-hundred-year history. Today, the diocese includes , Catholics (who make up five percent of the total population), priests, deacons, parishes, and 30 schools. Jack Trammell is an author, professor of sociology and researcher. His recent books include The Fourth Branch of Government and The Richmond Slave Trade. He is a recognized voice of Appalachia and a scholar of social history, disability and research design. Guy Terrell is a project manager, writer and : TheHistoryPress.
Thursday, Oct. 26, A new book by Virginia Commonwealth University alumnus Dale Brumfield reveals the history of the Virginia State Penitentiary, the Richmond prison that was built in and that the ACLU at one time called the “most shameful prison in America.” “Virginia State Penitentiary: A Notorious History” is the latest book by Brumfield, who earned a B.F.A. in painting. History of Richmond College. On March 4th, the Virginia Legislature granted a charter for “a Seminary of learning for the instruction of youth in the various branches of science and literature, the useful arts and the learned and foreign languages, which shall be called and known by the name of Richmond College.”.
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Onward to the seventeenth century, This book could also be titled, "Richmond's Unknown History," for it is a history of culture, not of famous people, wars, and dates. Meticulously documented with end notes, Rev. Campbell traces the cultural relationships in the Richmond /5.
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Richmond was a birthplace of the American Revolution. It became the permanent capital of Virginia and served as the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
In the early twentieth century, industry expanded in the city as companies like DuPont and Philip Morris built factories. The earliest inhabitants of Richmond were the Ohlone Indians, who settled here an estimated 5, years ago.
Distinct and separate groups lived a stable and peaceful existence, with a culture based on strong community ties, spiritualism, and rich artistic creativity. Ezekiel published and printed this History of the Jews of Richmond in Richmond itself.
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Chesson, Michael B. "Richmond's Black Councilman, –96," in Howard N. Rabinowitz, ed. Green. Although Richmond was incorporated as a town Â“to be styled the City of RichmondÂ" init was not until that it was incorporated as a city.
Plentiful in Revolutionary War history, Richmond served also as the capital of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. The seven hills at the James River fall line that Captain John Smith first witnessed in became the site of a pivotal American city. Richmond was a birthplace of the American Revolution.
It became the permanent capital of Virginia and served as the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Little, John Peyton, History of Richmond. Richmond, Va., Dietz Print. Richmond was the birthplace of medical pioneer Dr Albert Hoffa, hailed as the founder of modern orthopaedics, author of a famous textbook and some of whose techniques are still in use.
Born in Richmond on 31 Marchthe son of a local doctor, he studied medicine in y: South Africa. Historical Fiction and Nonfiction books.
Amistad: a novel. Alexis Pate. Based on the true story of the mutiny on board the Spanish slave ship, Amistad, here is the story of Cinque, the illegally enslaved son of a Mende chief, who led an uprising full of fury and courage.Founded in near the Fall of the James, Richmond has a long, colorful, and complex history, stretching from the revolutionary years through the present.
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From the earliest days of human habitation in the Richmond area, to the building of the great castle and on to our own day, this new history of Richmond by Jane Hatcher tells the town's story with academic rigour yet in a form which makes it accessible to Brand: Blackthorn Press.