Melvil Decimal System: 975.51
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Works under MDS 975.51
- Myne Owne Ground: Race and Freedom on Virginia's Eastern Shore, 1640-1676 by T. H. Breen
- Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry by Philip D. Morgan
- Adapting to a New World: English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake by James Horn
- Mistress of Riversdale: The Plantation Letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795-1821 (Maryland Paperback Bookshelf) by Margaret Law Callcott
- Pirates on the Chesapeake: Being a True History of Pirates, Picaroons, and Raiders on Chesapeake Bay, 1610-1807 by Donald G. Shomette
- Chesapeake Bay: a pictorial maritime history by M. V. Brewington
- The Chesapeake Book of the Dead: Tombstones, Epitaphs, Histories, Reflections, and Oddments of the Region by Helen Chappell
- The Last Waterman by Glenn Lawson
- The Eastern Shore of Virginia, 1603-1964 by Nora Miller Turman M.A. CG
- Something From the Cellar: More of This & That----Selected Essays from the Colo by Ivor Noël Hume
- Chesapeake ABC by Priscilla Cummings
- Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake by Paul A. Shackel
- Discovering the Chesapeake: The History of an Ecosystem by Philip D. Curtin
- Green Shingles: At the Edge of Chesapeake Bay by Peter Svenson
- Slavery in the Colonial Chesapeake by David Brion Davis
- Once upon an island: The history of Chincoteague by Kirk Mariner
- Chincoteague and Assateague Islands by Nan DeVincent-Hayes
- The Barrier Islands: A Photographic History of Life on Hog, Cobb, Smith, Cedar, Parramore, Metompkin and Assateague by Curtis J. Badger
- Chesapeake prehistory : old traditions, new directions by Richard J. Dent Jr.
- Bringing Back the Bay: The Chesapeake in the Photographs of Marion Warren and the Voices of Its People by Marion E. Warren
- I Live on an Island by Stasia Ward Kehoe
- On an Island in the Bay by P. Mills
- Talking Tidewater by Richard Harwood
- Chesapeake Reflections: A Journey on a Boat and a Bike by Ken Carter
- Chesapeake Bay: Photographs by Robert Grieser
- Virginia's Eastern Shore: A Pictorial History by Curtis J. Badger
- Chesapeake boyhood : memoirs of a farm boy by William H. Turner
- Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia: A Biographical Account of Some of the Early Settlers of That Portion of Wiregrass Georgia Embraced in the Original Counties of Irwin, Appling, Wayne, Camden and Glynn Volume VI (Volume VI) by Folks Huxford
- Saltwater Cowboys: A Photographic Essay of Chincoteague Island by Medford Taylor
- Crosscurrents in Quiet Waters: Portraits of the Chesapeake by Dan White
- Early Settlers of Tidewater Virginia (Volume 3) by Elise Greenup Jourdan
- Chesapeake Kaleidoscope by Anne M. Hays
- East of the Chesapeake by William H. Turner
- Chesapeake's Western Shore: Vintage Vacationland by Lara L. Lutz
- Two Egg, Florida: A Collection of Ghost Stories, Legends and Unusual Facts by Dale Cox
- Northampton County, Virginia Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1634-1800 by F. Edward Wright
- Chincoteague for Children by Velma A. Berkey
- Chincoteague Revisited: A Sojourn to the Chincoteague and Assateague Islands by Dorothy Camagna
- The Virginia Locator
- Accomack County, Virginia court order abstracts 1666-1670 by JoAnn Riley McKey
- Quaker Records on Henrico, VA
- Window on the Chesapeake: The Bay, Its People and Places by Wendy Mitman Clarke
- Cove Dweller by Gilbert Byron
- Island Called Smith, An by Jon Gower
- The Scurlocks: Seekers of freedom by Essie Walton Martin
- Loose Papers and Sundry Court Cases April 1744 to July 1761 Northampton County, Virginia Volume III by Jean M. Mihalyka
- Revolutionary Economies: What Archaeology Reveals about the Birth of American Capitalism by Thomas W. Cuddy
- Tangier Island: Place, People, and Talk by David L Shores
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