Reading List

  • Southside Virginia in the Civil War. Anthony J. Gage, Jr. The Virginia Regimental Histories Series; 1999, H. E. Howard, Inc., Appomattox, VA. ISBN-1-56190-103-2.

  • Dixie After the War, An Exposition of Social Conditions Existing in the South, During the Twelve Years Succeeding the Fall of Richmond. Myrta Lockett Avary.

  • A Virginia Girl in the Civil War, 1861-1865: Being a Record of the Actual Experiences of the Wife of a Confederate Officer: Electronic Edition. Ed. by Myrta Lockett Avary.

  • Saunier, Paul, Jr. "87-Year-Old Tombstone Maker Mixes Own: Finds Market for HomemadeĀ Markers Good." Richmond Times-Dispatch. September 13, 1946.

  • Charlie Tyson. "Now 95, Saunier Reflects on Efforts to Expand U.Va.'s Black Enrollment." UVA Today. July 7, 2014.    Web Link

  • Jamieson, Ross W. "Material Culture and Social Death: Africanā€American Burial Practices." Historical Archaeology 1995 29(4): 39-58.

  • Reyes, Angelita. "The Slave's Cabin: From the Back of the Big House to the National Register of Historic Places" in Visualizing Slavery in Contemporary American Popular Culture. Marlene Alan, Ed. McFarland Pubs. 2012. 22 pp.
  • ______. "Writing Among the Dead: The Craft of "PRS" (1854-1950), an African American Tombstone Maker in Virginia." Research paper. Virginia Forum 2013. Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia. March 2013.
(c) Copyright 2014. All Rights Reserved. Designed by Jason Winter ||