November 1860-December 1865. There are currently 1384 issues of the paper available online,
Chronicling AmericaThis site allows you to search and view newspaper pages from 1860-1922 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. The data is open and can be used outside of the platform.
Archival photos from the Library of Virginia's Flickr account.
Voices of FreedomOral histories from Civil Rights Movement in Virginia. From VCU Libraries.
Virginia MemoryDigital collection provided by the Library of Virginia including photographs, Virginia newspapers, maps, and public records.
VCU Libraries Digital Collections"Ranging in subject matter from African American history in Virginia to Richmond's past and present...Collections are presented in a variety of formats, including photographs, art, text, video, and audio. "
Papers of the War DepartmentDigitized documents form the US War Department from 1784 and 1800. "The War Department was responsible for Indian affairs, veteran affairs, naval affairs."
Martha Washington: a LifeExplore "the contours of Martha Washington’s life while also providing a window on women’s lives during the 18th century." Includes primary sources materials such as letters. Click on the "Archive" link.
Virginia and Maryland Probate Inventories, 1740-1810"Probate records provide valuable information about the lifestyles of people during the colonial and early national periods. Such listings of possessions, from a time when household goods were not widely mass-produced, illuminate a family’s routines, rituals, and social relations, as well as a region’s economy and connection to larger markets. They also shed light on attitudes and policies toward slavery."
Brown: Before and AfterPrimary documents and photos "located at VSU which can be used for the study of the struggle about school desegregation in Prince Edward County, Virginia. "
Unknown No Longer: Names of Enslaved VirginiansThe Virginia Museum of History & Culture launched Unknown No Longer in 2011 to make accessible biographical details of enslaved Virginians from unpublished historical records in its collections.