An Account of James Monroe's Land Holdings
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By Christopher Fennell
IX. Sources and References Cited
Albemarle County Circuit Court, Office of the Clerk
Deed Books, Order Books, Survey Books, and Will Books. Charlottesville, Virginia.
James Monroe: The Quest for National Identity. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. 1971.
Correspondence and other records of James Monroe
The Presidency of James Monroe. Kansas: University of Kansas Press. 1996.
Gawalt, Gerard W.
James Monroe, Presidential Planter. In The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 101, No. 2, pp. 249-72, April, 1993.
Harris, Hunt and Teel Tiller
Monroe Law Office: Limestone Plantation. Studies in Vernacular Architecture No. 37, University of Virginia, School of Architecture, 1977.
Head, James W.
History and Comprehensive Decsription of Loudoun County, Virginia. Leesburg, Virginia: Park View Press, 1908.
Hellman, Susan Holway
Oak Hill: James Monroe's Loudoun Seat. Master's Thesis, School of Architecture, University of Virginia. Charlottesville: University of Virginia, 1997a.
Hellman, Susan Holway
Oak Hill: James Monroe's Home in Loudoun. In The Bulletin of the Historical Society of Loudoun County, Virginia, Second Series, Vol. 1, 1997b, pp. 47-64.
Hughes, Sarah S.
Surveyors and Statesmen: Land Measuring in Colonial Virginia. Richmond: The Virginia Surveyors Foundation, Ltd., 1979.
Jones, Newton B.
Albemarle's Support of the Claims of James Monroe, 1828-1829. In Papers of the Albemarle County Historical Society, Vol. XI, 1951, pp. 45-46.
MacCullough, Glenn and Stuart N. Siegel
Ash Lawn (The Highlands). Studies in Vernacular Architecture No. 51, University of Virginia, School of Architecture, 1979.
Architectural Survey of Oak Hill Plantation, Loudoun County, Virginia. Works Progress Administration, Virginia Historical Inventory, 1937. Available from Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
Monroe Hill Law Office. Studies in Vernacular Architecture No. 59, University of Virginia, School of Architecture, 1981.
O'Neal, William B.
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Mr. Monroe, and Albemarle. In Tyler's Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 29-42, 1952.
Virginia Advocate. July 26, 1828; Nov. 8, 1828, Vol. II, No. 16, p. 3, col. 1; Nov. 8, 1828, Vol. II, No. 16, p. 4, col. 4.
Wilson, Samuel M.
Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia to Whom Land Bounty Warrants Were Granted by Virginia Military Services in the War of Independence. Baltimore: Southern Book Company, 1953.
Albemarle County in Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia: The Michie Company. 1901.
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