Colonial plantation hoes of Tidewater, Virginia
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Published by Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, Virginia Research Center for Archaeology, College of William and Mary in [S.l.], Williamsburg, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Virginia,
  • Tidewater

Subjects:

  • Hoes -- Virginia -- Tidewater -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Keith Egloff.
SeriesResearch report series / Virginia Research Center for Archaeology ;, no. 1, Research report series (Virginia Research Center for Archaeology) ;, no. 1.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsS683 .E34 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 63 leaves :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3923570M
LC Control Number81621058

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Get this from a library! Colonial plantation hoes of Tidewater, Virginia. [Keith Egloff]. The book begins with homes in the Tidewater region, where Bacon’s Castle, built in on the south bank of the James River, still stands. It is the oldest surviving house not only in Virginia but in all of English-settled North America.   The book begins with homes in the Tidewater region, where Bacon’s Castle, built in on the south bank of the James River, still stands. It is the oldest surviving house not only in Virginia but in all of English-settled North : David King Gleason. Cite this Record. Colonial Plantation Hoes of Tidewater Virginia. Keith Egloff. Research Report Series,1. Yorktown, VA: Research Center for Archaeology, VA .

The book is a color illustrated review with 94 pages on historic structures - the book is a cloth hardcover with gold embossing on the front & spine - the book is titled "TIDEWATER VIRGINIA IN COLOR" BY PARKE ROUSE JR. About Tidewater Virginia Families Covering an incredible years, this book sets forth the genealogical history of some forty families who have their roots in Tidewater Virginia, families whose very history mirrors the social development of Virginia itself. The Tidewater Cities of Hampton Roads, Virginia: Your Host for , by Jamestown Ter-centennial Exposition () (multiple formats at ) Virginia After the War: An Account of Three Years' Experience in Reorganizing the Methodist Episcopal Church in Virginia at the Close of the Civil War (Indianapolis: Baker-Randolph Litho. and Eng. This historic waterway, in the eastern portion of Virginia known as the Tidewater region, is lined with Colonial plantations, including Brooke’s Bank. Carved in the rear foundation stone is the year to commemorate the date when construction began by William Brooke (c. ) and his wife, Sarah Taliaferro (c. ).

Kittiewan, originally known as Millford, overlooking Kittiewan Creek and the James River, is a typical Colonial-period medium-size wood-frame plantation house characteristic of the Virginia Tidewater. Built in the 18th century, its first known owner was Dr. William Rickman. This is a list of plantations and/or plantation houses in the U.S. state of Virginia that are National Historic Landmarks, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, other historic registers, or are otherwise significant for their history, association with significant events or . The Tidewater (also called Coastal Plain) is a region in east Virginia, comprising a near sea level alluvial plain subject to tides. It lies between Chesapeake Bay's western shore and the Fall Line. This line delineates the abutment of the soft material of the coastal plain against the rocks of the Appalachians. Plantation, Carter's Grove Plantation, Governor's Land, and Bennett Farm, all on the James River below Hopewell, Virginia. While there were many varieties of hoes used by colonial planters, this study is concerned solely with plantation hand hoes, or those used in .