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1. Louisa County Historical Society Magazines, Vols. 1 - 38.
There are two issues in all volumes except Vol. 18 and 36; each issue is $10.00 (+s/h).
Please specify desired Vol. and Issue; e.g., Vol 23 Issue 2.
See complete index and more information at http://trevilians.com/#lchs.htm
Commemorative Issues:
Vol. 21:1 Mineral Centennial (Spring 1990)(144 pgs) Price $15.00 (+s/h)
Vol. 35:1 Battle of Trevilian Station (Spring 2004)(168 pgs) Price $20.00 (+s/h)
2. The Family of John Massie, 1743-1830, Kelsey and Kelsey, 241 pages, indexed, soft cover, Price $25.00 (+s/h)
3. Louisa County Public Service Claims, by Claudia A. Chisholm, paperback, Price $6.00 (+s/h).
4. Louisa County Marriages 1815-1861, by Kiblinger and Abercrombie, hardcover, indexed, 188 pages, Price $18.50 (+s/h)
5. The Education of Col. David Bullock Harris, CSA, by Dr. Charles W. Turner, hardback
Price $10.00 (+s/h)
6. Aunt Patsy, by Carol Peterson and Robert Duke.
Mattie Woodson Powell Trice wrote a column for The Central Virginian from the 1920s-1040s.  Full of wit, humor and insights into local events and culture, this book is filled with the best excerpts from her writings under the pen name, "Aunt Patsy". - Price $14.95 (+s/h)
7. Records of the Freedmen's Bureau Louisa Court House Field Office, 1865-1868.
Digital images of over 1500 records on the microfilm of the field office records of the Bureau for Louisa Court House. Labor contracts, appeals to the Freedmen's Bureau, school records, and correspondence will these images and bring to light much needed information about Reconstruction in Louisa County. Two DVD set includes images and complete finding aids in Excel and Access formats. Price $18.00 (+s/h)
1. 1804 D. Yancey map of Louisa County drawn from 1764 map by John Hawkins.
Price $6.00 (+s/h)
2. 1863 Corps of Engineers, CSA, Map of rivers, creeks, landmarks and many landowners
indicated. Black and white, suitable for framing. Price $6.00 (+s/h)
3. 1864 Map of the first and second days of the Battle of Trevilians, suitable for framing.
Price for set $6.00 (+s/h)
4. 1871 Map of Township Lines, Churches, Mills . Price $6.00 (+s/h)
5. 1800 (Circa) Map of Rivers and Creeks (with appendix) by Ransome B. True.
Price $12.00 (+s/h)
6. 1880 (Abt.) Map of Mills and Schools. Price $8.00 (+s/h)
7. 1932 VDOT Map of State & County Roads in Louisa County Price $4.00 (+s/h)
1. 1852 Map of The Virginia Central Railroad showing the connection between tide water
Virginia, and the Ohio River at Big Sandy, Guyandotte and Point Pleasant made by W. Vaisz.
Map legend indicates Counties bordering on the Central R.R. with their population of “Free”
and “Slaves”. Price $6.00 (+s/h)
2. 1751 Map of inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole Province of Maryland with
part of Pennsylvania (sic), New Jersey and North Carolina.

Drawn by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson. Price $8.00 (+s/h)

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Louisa County Historical Society • P.O. Box 1172 • Louisa, Virginia 23093 • 540-967-5975