Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
Established in 1893, the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the quarterly journal of the Virginia Historical Society, publishes essays, edited primary documents, and book reviews on Virginia history and related topics.
Volume 121 / Number 1
St. George Tucker, Spencer Roane, and the Virginia Court of Appeals, 1804–11
- Charles F. Hobson, pp. 2–43 Abstract
Postscript to Massive Resistance: The Decline and Fall of the Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government
- James R. Sweeney, pp. 44–86 Abstract
COVER: Entitled "A Map of the Most Inhabited Part of Virginia Containing the Whole Province of Maryland: With Part of Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina," this map was drawn in 1751 by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson. The Chesapeake region of the Virginia and Maryland colonies, shown here in detail, is the subject of the book Planting and Empire: The Early Chesapeake in British North America by Jean B. Russo and J. Elliott Russo. A review of the book begins on page 87. (Virginia Historical Society, Map F221 1755:3 o.s.)
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