Carter Bibliography

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Bergner, Audrey Windsor
Old Plantations and Historic Homes Around Middleburg, Virginia: and the families who lived and loved within their walls. Vol. II. Charlottesville, Virginia: Howell Press, Inc., 2003.

Breen, T. H.
Tobacco Culture: The Mentality of the Great Tidewater Planters on the Eve of Revolution. Princeton University Press, 1985.

Brown, Katharine L. and Nancy T. Sorrells.
Christ Church, Lancaster County, Virginia. Historical Christ Church Heritage Books Series. Staunton, Virginia: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2001.

Brown, Katharine L. and Nancy T. Sorrells.
People in Profile: Christ Church Parish, 1720-1750, Lancaster County, Virginia. Historical Christ Church Heritage Books Series. Staunton, Virginia: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2002.

Brown, Katharine L.
Robert "King" Carter: Builder of Christ Church. Historical Christ Church Heritage Books Series. Staunton, Virginia: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2001.

Carleton, Florence Tyler, compiler.
A Genealogy of the Known Descendants of Robert Carter of Corotoman. Irvington, Virginia: Foundation for Historic Christ Church, Inc., 1983.

Carter, B. Noland, II.
A Goodly Heritage: A History of the Carter Family in Virginia. 2 volumes. Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Genealogical Society, 2003.

Dabney, Virginius.
Virginia: The New Dominion-A history from 1607 to the present. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1971.

Dobyns, Louise Towles, et al.
Within the Court House at Lancaster. (Booklet to celebrate the bicentennial) Kilmarnock, Lively, Irvington, Virginia: Chesapeake National Bank, no date.

Dowdey, Clifford.
The Virginia Dynasties: The Emergence of "King" Carter and the Golden Age. Little, Brown and Co., 1969.

Greene, Jack P.
Landon Carter: An Inquiry into the Personal Values and Social Imperatives of the Eighteenth-Century Virginia Gentry. Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1967. (Originally published as the Introduction to The Diary of Colonel Landon Carter of Sabine Hall, 1752-1778. Slightly revised, the Introduction is now issued separately under the present title.)

Greene, Jack P., editor.
The Diary of Colonel Landon Carter of Sabine Hall, 1752-1778. Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, 1965.

Greene, Jack P. and J. R. Pole, editors.
Colonial British America: Essays in the New History of the Early Modern Era. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.

Hagemann, James.
The Heritage of Virginia: The Story of Place Names in the Old Dominion. Norfolk, Virginia: The Donning Company, 1986.

Haynie, Miriam.
The Stronghold: A Story of Historic Northern Neck of Virginia and Its People. Richmond, Virginia: Dietz Press, Inc., 1959.

Isaac, Rhys.
Landon Carter's Uneasy Kingdom: Revolution and Rebellion on a Virginia Plantation. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Jett, Carolyn H.
Lancaster County, Virginia: Where the River Meets the Bay. Lancaster, Virginia: Lancaster County History Book Committee in association with the Mary Ball Washington Museum and Library, 2003.

Jones, Christine Adams.
The Early Thomas Carters of Lancaster County, Virginia. Lancaster, Virginia: Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, 1982.

Levy, Andrew.
The First Emancipator: The Forgotten Story of Robert Carter, the Founding Father Who Freed His Slaves. New York: Random House, 2005.

Miller, Joseph Lyon, M.D.
The Descendants of Captain Thomas Carter of "Barford" 1652-1912. 1912. Reprint, Harrisonburg, Virginia: C. J. Carrier Company, 1972.

Scott County History Book Committee.
Scott County, Virginia and Its People 1814-1991. Don Mills, Inc. P.O. Box 34 Waynesville, N.C. 28786. 1991.

Simmons, C. Jackson.
Speaking of the Northern Neck of Virginia. Life in Its Long-Untrodden Ways During Three and a Half Centuries. Privately published by the author, 1998.

Sorrells, Nancy T.
Landholders & Landholdings: Christ Church Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia. Historical Christ Church Heritage Books Series. Staunton, Virginia: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2004.

Sutton, Rita (Kennedy).
The Early Carters in Scott County, Virginia. Compiled 1981. (Borrowed from the Virginia State Library class CS71 Book C323)

Tate, Thad W. and David L. Ammerman, editors.
The Chesapeake in the Seventeenth Century: Essays on Anglo-American Society. The University of North Carolina, 1979.

Tupper, Margaret H., transcriber.
Vestry Book, 1739?1786: Christ Church Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia. Irvington, Virginia: Foundation for Historic Christ Church, Inc., 1990.

Warner, Charles Willard Hoskins.
Road to Revolution: Virginia's Rebels from Bacon to Jefferson (1676-1776). Richmond, Virginia: Garrett and Massie, 1961.

Warner, Charles Willard Hoskins.
Thomas Carter II of Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia: His ancestry and descendants, and sketches on certain families with whom Carter descendants have married: Garnett, Roy, Hoskins and Byrd. Williamsburg, Virginia: Virginia Gazette, 1958.

Williams, Kimberly Prothro, editor.
A Pride of Place: Rural Residences of Fauquier County, Virginia. University of Virginia Press, 2003.

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