The Resource 18th century Virginia

18th century Virginia

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18th century Virginia
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18th century Virginia
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eng
Summary
This lecture was presented by Elizabeth Lawrence-Dow for the Whitehaven Lectures at the Whitehaven Civic Hall in Whitehaven, England on 8 November 1973. The lecture provides a societal overview of Virginia life in the eighteenth century, including a discussion of geography, Native Americans, importation of goods, pirates, flowers and fauna, food, church, education, tobacco, slavery, indentured servants, the American Revolution, and some of Virginia's early prominent families
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Biographical or historical data
Elizabeth Lawrence-Dow, the husband of Arthur T. Dow, lived in King George County.
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Vi
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Lecture
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18th century Virginia
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
Immediate source of acquisition
Dow, Elizabeth Lawrence
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000491318
Reproduction note
Photocopies.
Type of unit
v. (38 leaves)

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