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The Library of Virginia 
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800 E. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219

  

Auditor of Public Accounts
Records, 1776-1789

These records related to the establishment and operation of the public ropewalk in Chesterfield County, Virginia, where it produced various types of cordage for state naval vessels.

 

Barron Family
Papers, 1802-1841

The collection contains both the personal and official correspondence of James and Samuel Barron, U.S. naval officers, relating to the American squadron fighting the Tripolitan pirates, among other topics.

 

Confederate States of America, Navy Department, James River Squadron and Station
Records, 1863-1864

Letterbooks of the James River Squadron and Station.

2 volumes

 

Confederate States of America, Navy Department, Office of Provisions and Clothing
Records, 1864-1865

Letterbook of the Office of Provisions and Clothing.

1 volume

 

Department of Military Affairs, Office of the Adjutant General, Navy Department of Virginia
Records, 1861-1862

The collection includes accounts, payrolls, requisitions, returns, and vouchers regarding the Provisional Navy of Virginia.

 

Forrest, Douglas F.
Papers, 1863-1865

Journal and diary of an assistant paymaster of the Confederate States Navy assigned to CSS Rappahannock in Calais, France.

2 volumes

 

Revolutionary Government, Navy Board
Records, 1776-1787

The collection includes accounts; general correspondence; journals; ledgers; letter books; lists of officers, seamen, and marines; and minute books regarding the Virginia State Navy.


14 May 2002