Library of Virginia Native American Resources

The Library of Virginia maintains many collections, and found within them are several Native American resources dating from colonial days.  This document describes those resources and tells you how and where to locate and access them.

https://www.lva.virginia.gov/public/guides/ResourcesOnNativeAmericans.pdf

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About robertajestes

Scientist, author, genetic genealogist. Documenting Native Heritage through contemporaneous records and DNA.
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One Response to Library of Virginia Native American Resources

  1. MARY TOMMELLEO says:

    Hello, My name is Mary Tommelleo and I live in New Castle, PA about 2 blocks uphill from the Mahoning River and the Beaver River. In Edinburgh, PA, about a 15 minute drive from my home is where the skeletal remains and objects of the Mound people were excavated. Since I live very close to the Mahoning River and I have found many arrow heads in my back yard I am very interested in the American Indian culture around my home. I have a feeling that there are many more sites that have not been explores or taught to the children that live right where the great hunters used to roam. Please send me as much information if you can on this area involving the culture of the first people to live and hunt here. As a matter of facts the first white settlers were called the Moravians, a religious group that were sent here to convert the Americans here first. My email is mtommelleo@MSN.com. I would greatly appreciate some history if you have it. Thank You’ Mary Tommelleo Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2015 14:58:51 +0000 To: mtommelleo@msn.com

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