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The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

This document is a contract between William B. Cocke and “his former servants.” The agreement specifies that his servants are to “bind themselves to go on to work on the farm and to do and attend to all the business…faithfully and…

This photograph was likely taken in the fields of Westend Farm during WWI, when there would have been a need for farmers to supply food to the soldiers overseas.

Lucy and Nancy Taylor stayed on Westend and kept it going as a farm while two male…

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Early African American schools were designed to advance younger generations of African Americans. Within this community of individuals there was a belief that, as an African American became more educated and continued to exceed in society, the…

In this document, a friend of Bob Harris prescribes him to make a pill using household ingredients that he believes will break his fever. These ingredients include "casteel soap, brown sugar, and rhuberd." He also recommends a liquid cure to take in…