BOOK LIST AND MEDIA ON VIRGINIA INDIANS
Blanton, Dennis B. and Julie A. King, editors
2004 Indian and European Contact in Context: The Mid-Atlantic Region. University Press of Florida,
1947 The history and present state of Virginia, edited by Louis B. Wright. University of North Carolina
Press, Chapel Hill.
Egloff, Keith and Woodward, Deborah
1992 First People: The Early Indians of Virginia. Virginia Department of Historic Resources, Richmond.
(Revised edition expected in 2006)
Forbes, Jack D.
2007 The American Discovery of Europe, University of Illinois Press- Urbana and Chicago
Feest, Christian F.
1990 The Powhatan Indians. In Indians of North America, Frank W. Porter, 111, editor.
Chelsea House Publishers, New York & Philadelphia.
Gleach, Frederic W.
1997 Powhatan's World and Colonial Virginia. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
Haile, Edward W.
1995 Virginia Discovered and Discribed by Captayn John Smith 1608. Map
based on Smith and Zuniga maps. Globe Sales Publications, Champlain, Virginia.
1996 England in America: The Chesapeake Bay from Jamestown to St.
Mary's City, 1607-1634. Towns from Smith and Zuniga maps on modem base map.
Dietz Press, Richmond, Virginia.
1998 Jamestown Narratives: Eyewitness Accounts of the Virginia Colony:
The First Decade 1607-1617. RoundHouse, Champlain, Virginia.
Hantman, Jeffrey L. and Gary Dunham
1993 The Enlightened Archaeologist, Archaeology, May/June.
1972 A Brief and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia: The complete 1590 Theodor de Bry
edition. Dover Publications, Inc, New York.
Houck, Peter W., M.D.
1984 Indian Island In Amherst County. Lynchburg Historical Research Co., Progress Publishing Co., Inc.
Kupperman, Karen 0.
2000 Indians and English: Facing Off in Early America. Cornell University Press, Ithica, New York.
2002 In Our Own Words: Voices of Virginia Indians. Video, American Indian Resource Center, College
of William and Mary, Williamsburg.
2003 In Our Own Words: Voices of Virginia Indians. Interactive Multimedia CD, American Indian
Resource Center. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.
Potter, Stephen R.
1993 Commoners, Tribute, and Chiefs: The Development of Algonquian Culture in the Potomac
Valley. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Reinhart, Theodore R. And Mary Ellen N. Hodges, editors
1990 Early and Middle Archaic Research in Virginia: A Synthesis. Archeological Society of Virginia
Special Publication 22, Richmond.
1991 Archaic and Early Woodland Research in Virginia: A Synthesis. Archeological Society of Virginia
Special Publication 24, Richmond.
1992 Middle and Late Woodland Research in Virginia: A Synthesis. Archeological Society of Virginia
Special Publication 25, Richmond.
Rountree, Helen C.
1989 Pocahontas' People: The Powhatan Indians of Virginia Through Four Centuries. University of
Oklahoma Press, Norman.
1990 The Powhatan Indians of Virginia. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.
1993 (editor) Powhatan Foreign Relations, 1500-1722. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville.
1995 Young Pocahontas in the Indian World. J & R Graphic Services, Inc., Yorktown.
2005 Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanough: Three Indian Lives Changed by Jamestown.
University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville
Rountree, Helen C. and E. Randolph Turner, III
2002 Before and After Jamestown: Virginia's Powhatans and Their Predecessors. University Press of
Trigger, Bruce G., volume editor
1978 Handbook of North American Indians: Northeast Vol. 15. Smithsonian Institution, Washington.
Waugaman, Sandra F. and Danielle Moretti-Langholtz
2000 We're Still Here: Contemporary Virginia Indians Tell Their Stories. Palari Publishing, Richmond.
Wittkofski, J. Mark and Theodore R. Reinhart, editors
1989 Paleoindian Research in Virginia: A Synthesis. Archeological Society of Virginia Special Publication
Wood, Karenne and Shields, Diane 2000 The Monacan Indians: Our Story. Monacan Indian Nation,
Wood, Peter H., Waselkov, Gregory A. and Hatley, M. Thomas, editors
1990 Powhatan's Mantle: Indians of the Colonial Southeast. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
RESEARCH ON THE INTERNET
For further research on the historic and contemporary Powhatan and other indigenous
nations featured on this site, you may find the following website addresses to be a good
beginning to your quest for information:
Virginia Indian Tribes
There are eight state recognized tribes in Virginia.
All of them have Internet sites you can visit.
The Chickahominy Indian Tribe www.chickahominytribe.org
The Chickahominy Indians, Eastern Division www.cied.org
The Mattaponi Indian Tribe www.baylink.org/Mattaponi/
The Monacan Indian Nation www.monacannation.com
The Nansemond Indian Tribe www.nansemond.org
The Pamunkey Indian Tribe www.baylink.org/Pamunkey/
The Rappahannock Indian Tribe www.rappahannocktribe.org
The Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe www.uppermattaponi.org
The Virginia Council on Indians maintains a website at www.indians.vipnet.org
Native American information can also be found in the extensive collections held at the
Library of Virginia in Richmond. Their two major web addresses are:
Additional Web Site addresses for Information about Virginia Indians:
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