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The book of historical images of Greene County is now available for purchase. Titled "Images of America: Greene County", the book was published on January 28 as part of Arcadia Publishing’s 'Images of America’ series. The Images book is 127 pages of photos depicting the history of people and places in Greene County, including chapters on Early History; Ruckersville and Stanardsville; War; The Mountains, The People, and Their Stories; Education; Harvesting the Land's Bounty; Church, Post Office and Store; Leisure Time; Civic Life; and Families and Friends.
The price is $21.99 plus $4.50 for shipping. Virginia sales tax will be added to sales to buyers located in Virginia.
If you have any questions about the book or how to purchase a copy, call Jackie Pamenter at 434-990-1958 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where Time Stood Still, A Memoir
of the 1920s and 30s,
Greene County: A Brief History,
A History of Greene County 2002, by Don Covey. This volume has 202 8½” x 11” pages in a comb binding. $23.00 plus $5.50 shipping.
1866 Map of Greene County, reproduction, 18” x 19” with Grid and Index of Property Owners. Based on the Jedediah Hotchkiss Civil War map. $5.00 plus $5.30 shipping.
Temporarily out of print.
Barn/Shed Note Cards, Series 1, 8 note cards per pack, depicting 4 different Greene County scenes in color, photographed by Bill Steo. $8.00 plus $3.15 shipping.
Virginia Roots Old Time Music, a two-CD set of music recorded in 1929, called "Virginia Roots." The set includes four songs by "Bela Lam and the Greene County Singers." The quartet was well-known in the County for their rich four-part harmony. The CDs are a microcosm of Virginia and American music, capturing the music of old-time bands, African American quartets, harmonica players, and jazz acts. $25.00 plus $6.00 shipping.
Marriage Records, Greene County Virginia 1838-1900. Compiled by Eugene D. Powell. $22.00 plus $3.60 shipping
Family Graveyards, and Church and Community Cemeteries of
Greene Co., VA, Volume III (2010). Information in this and previous volumes collected from Greene County church and community cemeteries, and family graveyards, by teams of individuals headed up by the late Earl W. Estes, Jr. Volumes I and II, now out of print, were proofread and edited by Mr. Estes with Roger Powell, Barbara Zorn and Eugene D. Powell. Volume III is the final volume in the series, with a dedication to the late Earl W. Estes, Jr. Proofread and edited by Eugene D Powell and Roger Powell. Hardback binding. The information in these volumes will be re-issued on searchable CD if future demand warrants.
Greene County Historical Society Magazine, Volume 21. Published in 2012, contains transcripts of three sets of letters, written during the Civil War era, to and from soldiers away from home. They make compelling reading. This 108-page volume is not to be missed. Price: $10.00 plus $5.00 shipping.
Greene County Historical Society Magazine on CD. These magazines include material such as cemetery records, genealogies,
architectural histories, biographies and historical perspectives from Greene County. Each CD contains 6 complete magazines.
Volume I - Magazines 1-6. $10.00 plus $4.00 shipping.Volume II - Magazines 7-12. $10.00 plus $4.00 shipping. Volume III - Magazines 13-18. $10.00 plus $4.00 shipping. All Three Volumes: $30.00 plus $6.00 shipping.
Historical Society Magazines in Hard Copy. The Society has some remaining hard copies of Issue numbers 3,4,5,7,8,9,11,12,14,15,16,17,18, & 19. $23.00 for all, plus $10.00 shipping.
1860 Federal Census of Greene County, VA. Compiled and printed by Eugene D. Powell; abstracted from microfilm of the 1860 Federal census records. Four Post Offices were noted: Stanardsville, Ruckersville, McMullan, and Swift Run. Includes each person’s name, age, sex, race, and occupation, plus the estimated birth year of each individual listed. Comb binding. $16.00 plus $6.00 shipping.
1900 Federal Census of Greene County, VA. Compiled and formatted by Barbara E. Zorn and Eugene D. Powell; abstracted from microfilm of the 1900 Federal census. Includes. one Township (Stanardsville) and three Districts - Monroe, Ruckersville and McMullan. For each of 6,214 individuals includes name, family relationship, race, sex, date of birth, age, marital status, years married, number of children, children living, birth state, occupation and notes. 159 pages with a 24-page index of surnames. Comb binding. $24.00 plus $6.00 shipping.
Battle of Stanardsville, by J. Paul Burke, retyped and reprinted 2005. An hour-by-hour account of the Stanardsville skirmish of February 29th 1864, with maps illustrating the progress of the encounter. Comb binding. $5.00 plus $3.50 shipping.
Harper’s Weekly, March 26, 1864, featuring an illustrated account of the Battle of Stanardsville by Alfred R. Waud, $5.00 plus $5.50 shipping.
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