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Image:BatteredBooks 100x92.jpg The following is based on a listing by the Augusta County Historical Society, with some deletions of material not germane to genealogy, plus some additional materials included as they come to hand. For a current version of the original listing see: Augusta County Historical Society listing


Alley, Robert Earl. Barren Ridge Church of the Brethren. 1970.
Archaeological Society of Virginia. P.C. Manley, comp. Excavation of the Lewis Creek Mound, Augusta County, Virginia. Vol. 18, no. 2.
Archaeological Society of Virginia. Howard A. MacCord and Oliver D. Valliere. The Lewis Creek Mound, Augusta County, Virginia. Part I, Vol. 20, No. 2.
Archaeological Society of Virginia. J. G. Rusmisselle, Jr. Two Stone Heaps in Augusta County. Vol. 20, No. 3.
Armstrong, Richard L. Battle of McDowell. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1990.
Armstrong, Richard L. 25th Virginia Infantry and 9th Battalion Virginia Infantry. 1990.
Augusta Lodge No. 11, A. F.& A. M. A Brief History, 1873-1973. 1973.
Aull, Edward. Early History of Staunton and Beverley Manor in Augusta County. 1963.
Augusta Historical Bulletin. 1965 to the present. journal of the Augusta County Historical Society.
Bailey, Kenneth P. The Ohio Company of Virginia and the Westward Movement—1748-1792. 1939. Second Edition, 2000.
Barnhard, Nat G. United Methodist Church History, 1806-1972, New Hope.
Blair, Charles William. A History of Mossy Creek Presbyterian Church. 2000. illustrated. indexed.
Booker, A. Brooks. History of the Academies of Augusta County. University of Virginia Master’s thesis, 1948.
Bowman, Curtis. Waynesboro—Days of Yore. Volume 1. 1992. indexed. illustrated. Volume 2. 1993
Boyd-Bragg, Dorothy A., ed. John Heatwole, et al. Portals to Shenandoah Valley Folkways. 2005. indexed. illustrated. a copublication of ACHS and the Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Historical Society.
Boyd-Rush, Dorothy A., Katharine L. Brown. The History of the First Presbyterian Church Staunton, Virginia 2004. indexed. illustrated.
Brake, John. Greenville United Methodist Church, 1836-1986.
Brake, John. The History of Greenville, Virginia.
Brice, Marshall Moore. Conquest of a Valley. 1965.
Brice, Marshall Moore. Stonewall Brigade Band. 1967. Reissued 1982.
Brown, Charles D. Fifty Years Down the Road—the Story of Smith’s Transfer, 1930-1980. 1980.
Brown, David J., Elizabeth McCue, and William C. Pollard. Staunton, Virginia—A Pictorial History. 1985. illustrated. indexed.
Brown, Katharine L. Books Bring Adventure: The Story of the Staunton Public Library. 2000.
Brown, Katharine L. Celebrating 80 Years of Rotary in Staunton, Virginia, 1920-2000. 2000.
Brown, Katharine L. History of the Second Presbyterian Church Staunton, Virginia 1875-2000. 2002. indexed. illustrated.
Brown, Katharine L. New Providence Church, 1746-1996. 1996.
Brown, Katharine L. Staunton’s Newtown—Portrait of a Historic District. 2005. illustrated. indexed.
Brown, William Moseley. Freemasonry in Staunton, Virginia. 1949.
Brunk, Harry. History of the Mennonites in Virginia—1727-1960. 2 volumes. 1972. illustrated. indexed.
Bushman, Katharine. Register of Free Negroes in Augusta County and Staunton, Virginia. ACHS publication. 1989.
Bushman, Katharine. Naturalization Records--Augusta County, Virginia, 1753-1902. 1992. ACHS publication.
Bushman, Katharine. Second Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia—1813—1850. 1972. indexed.
Bushman, Katharine. Supplement to First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia—1785-1813. 1973..
Calvary United Methodist Church. Calvary United Methodist Church, Stuarts Draft, 1854-1979. 1979.
Campbell, J. L. Geology and Mineral Resources of the James River Valley. 1882.
Catlett, Charles. A More Beautiful Staunton.
Catlett, Clay and Elliott G. Fishburne. An Economic and Social Survey of Augusta County. University of Virginia Record Extension Series. 1924. [capsule histories of businesses and institutions.]
Central Evangelical Lutheran Church and Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1853-1953 [Staunton]. Central Evangelical Lutheran Church and Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1853- 1953.
Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800. 3 volumes. 1912.
Churchville Women’s Club. History of Churchville. 1939.
Clem, Gladys Bauserman. Celebrating 50 Years of Rotary in Staunton, Virginia. 1970
Clem, Gladys Bauserman. It Happened Around Staunton in Virginia. 1947.
Clem, Gladys Bauserman. 150 Years of Methodism in Staunton. 1947.
Clem, Gladys Bauserman. Past and Present in Churchville, Virginia. 1976.
Clem, Gladys Bauserman. Stories of the Shenandoah. 1948.
Clemmer, Gregg S. Valor in Grey. The Recipients of the Confederate Medal of Honor. 1996.
Coffman, Paul. History of the Barren Ridge Congregation, Church of the Brethren—1865-1948.
Coffman, Paul History of the Middle River Congregation, Church of the Brethren. 1974.
Coghill, Ruth Putney. Carry Me Back. 1961.
Cohen, Stan. Historic Springs of Virginia. 1981.
[Coiner Family]. A Historical Sketch of Michael Keinadt and Margaret Diller, His Wife. 1893.
Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter, DAR. First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia, 1785-1813. 1978.
Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter, DAR. Fanny Bailey King, comp. Glebe Burying Ground. 1934.
Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter, DAR. Second Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia—1813-1850. 1973.
Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter, DAR. Katherine G. Bushman, comp. Supplement to the First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia—1787-1813. 1973.
Conners, John A. Shenandoah National Park. An Interpretive Guide. 1988. indexed. maps. illustrated.
Covenant Presbyterian Church [Staunton]. Covenant Presbyterian Church—Tenth Anniversary, 1959-1969. 1969.
Craig, Lillian Kennedy. Rev. John Craig—1709-1774. 1963.
Craigsville Presbyterian Church. Craigsville Presbyterian Church—History, 1895-1932. 1932.
Craigsville Presbyterian Church. Craigsville Presbyterian Church—History, 1929-1986. 1986.
Culbertson, Charles. Staunton, Virginia—A Treasury of Historic Tales. 2004. illustrated. indexed.
Davis, Julia. The Shenandoah. Rivers of America Series. 1945.
Davis, Julia. A Valley and A Song—Stories of the Shenandoah River. 1963.
Deerfield Homemakers Club. Memories of Deerfield. 1988. mimeographed booklet.
Deerfield Ranger District. Confederate Breastworks Interpretive Trail. 1997.
Dohme, Alvin. Shenandoah—the Valley Story. 1973. guidebook. indexed. illustrated.
Dove, William K. Development of Education in Staunton, Virginia. University of Virginia Master’s thesis, 1951.
Dowling, Edward W. The Staunton Young Men’s Christian Association, 1874-1964.
Downs, Janet Baugher and Earl B. Downs with Nancy Sorrells. Mills of Augusta County. 2004. indexed. illustrated. ACHS publication.
Driver, Robert J. 52nd Virginia Infantry. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1986.
Driver, Robert J. The 1st and 2nd Rockbridge Artillery. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1987.
Driver, Robert J. 14th Virginia Cavalry. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1988.
Driver, Robert J. The Staunton Artillery—McClannahan’s Battery. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1988.
Driver, Robert J. 58th Virginia Infantry. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1990.
Driver, Robert J. 1st Virginia Cavalry. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1991.
Driver, Robert J. 10th Virginia Cavalry. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1992.
Driver, Robert J. 1st Battalion Infantry, 39th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, 24th Battalion Virginia Partisan Rangers. Virginia Regimental History Series. 1996.
East Augusta Mutual Fire Insurance Company. History, Organization and Growth of East Augusta Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 1870-1970. 1970.
Eisenberg, William E. The Lutheran Church in Virginia, 1717-1962. 1967. indexed. illustrated.
Evans, Warren. Virginia—The Western Highlands. 1983.
First Baptist Church [Staunton]. First Baptist Church Centennial Celebration, October 10-21, 1953. 1953.
Fischer, David Hackett and James C. Kelly. Bound Away—Virginia and the Westward Movement. 2000. illustrated, indexed.
Fitzgerald, Patrick, and Steve Ickringill, eds. Atlantic Crossroads—Historical Connections between Scotland, Ulster, and North America. 2001.
Frazier, Irvin, comp. The Family of John Lewis, Pioneer. 1985. extensive genealogy with many connections to local families.
Garber, Merlin E. The Legend of Betsey Bell and Mary Gray. 1958.
Glasgow, Joseph. Some Memories.
Glatfelter, Charles H. Pastors and People—German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, 1717-1793. Pennsylvania German Society. 2 Volumes. 1980
Glovier, David Franklin. Pictorial History of the Virginia Conference Evangelical United Brethren Church. 1965.
Good, Rebecca H., and Rebecca A. Ebert. Finding Your People in the Shenandoah Valley. 1984 and subsequent editions. indexed. guide to local records in courthouses. helpful.
Gordon, Armistead C. Gift of the Morning Star, A Story of Sherando. 1905.
Gordon, Armistead C. In the Picturesque Shenandoah Valley. 1930.
Gordon, Armistead C. Staunton, Virginia—Its Past, Present, and Future. 1891.
Gordon, Armistead C. Virginia Portraits—An Essay in Biography. 1924.
Gordon, Armistead C., ed. Men and Events—Chapters of Virginia History. 1923.
Gowing, Mary. Virginia Beyond the Blue Ridge. 1974. illustrated. indexed.
Grey, R. L. The Wonderful Shenandoah Valley. 1932.
Griffin, Frances Huff. Waggon Road to the Western Mountains of Virginia. 1972.
Grubert, William A. The Origin of the City Manager Plan in Staunton, Virginia.
Hairfield, Hampton, Elizabeth Hairfield, and Jane F. Smith. AHistory of St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Staunton, Virginia—Celebrating 150 Years—1845-1995. 1995. indexed. illustrated.
Hamilton, Mary Knowles. 200 Years and the Flame Still Burns—The History of Central United Methodist Church—1797-1997.illustrated.
Hammond, Gene Paige. Unmasking a Virginia Myth—Who VisitedFirst the Virgin Valley. 1992.
Hammond, Neal O. Virginia’s WesternWar—1775-1786. 2002.
Hannah, Sally O. and Wayne D. Hannah. History of Laurel HillBaptist Church—1851-1976. 1976.
Harper, Josephine L. Guide to the Draper Manuscripts. 1963.Second Edition, 2004.
Hart, Freeman. The Valley of Virginia in the American Revolution.1942. Second Edition, 1971.
Hawke, George R. A History of Waynesboro, Virginia, to 1900.1997. indexed. illustrated.
Heatwole, Henry. Guide to Shenandoah National Park. 1978.indexed.
Heatwole, John L. The Burning. 1999.
Hebron Presbyterian Church. History of Hebron PresbyterianChurch. Bicentennial Edition. 1746-1946.
Hildebrand, John R., comp. [map] The Beverley Patent--1736.Including Original Grantees, 1738-1815, in Orange and AugustaCounties, Va. 1954. shows original grantees for large land grant in central Augusta County.
Hildebrand, John R. Iron Horses in the Valley. The Valley andShenandoah Valley Railroads—1866-1882. 2001. indexed.illustrated.
Hildebrand, John R., ed. A Mennonite Journal, 1862-1865. AFather’s Account of the Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley. 1996.
Hildebrand, John R., comp. Map showing 92,100 acre grant for Benjamin Borden lying and being on the west side of the Blue Ridge in the County of Augusta. November 6, 1739. 1964. Shows original grantees for large land grant in southern Augusta and Rockingham counties. Available from the Rockbridge County Historical Society, Lexington, Virginia.
Hofstra, Warren R. The Planting of New Virginia—Settlement andLandscape in the Shenandoah Valley. 2004.
Hoge, Arista. The First Presbyterian Church. 1908.
Hotchkiss, Jedidiah. City of Staunton and Augusta County,Virginia. 1878.
Hotchkiss, Jedidiah. Historical Atlas—Augusta County, Virginia.1885. reprinted 1991. ACHS publication.
Hotchkiss, Jedidiah. A. P. McDonald, ed. Make Me a Map of theValley. 1973. Second edition, 1981.
Hotchkiss, Jedidiah. The Virginias. 1880s. promotionalperiodical.
Hullihen, Elizabeth C. History of Trinity Churchyard. BeverleyManor Chapter, D.A.R.1938.
Johnson, Patricia Givens. James Patton and the AppalachianColonists. 1973.
Johnson, Patricia Givens. William Preston and the AlleghenyPatriots. 1981.
Johnson, Patricia Givens. General Andrew Lewis of Roanoke &Greenbrier.
Jordan, Louis F. Memoirs of a Criminal Lawyer. 1935.14
Joyner, Peggy Shomo. Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys, 1730-1800. Volume 1. 1986.
Joyner, Peggy Shomo. Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys, 1755-;Volume 2. 1987
Kaylor, Peter Cline and George W. Chappeler. Abstracts of LandGrant Surveys, 1761-1791, for Augusta and Rockingham Counties.
Kegley, Mary B. Early Adventurers on the Western Waters, 1745-1800. Volume 1. 1980; Volume 2. 1982; Volume 3. 1995;Volume 4. 1995.
Kercheval, Samuel. History of the Valley of Virginia. SixthEdition. indexed. reprinted 1981. classic history of the Valley.
Kerr, Walter Lee and Maude Early. History of Laurel Hill BaptistChurch, 1851-1951.
Kinkle, Edward M. Collapse of Recent Beds in Staunton, Va.1911. reprint from the Washington and Lee University Quarterly.
Klein, H.M.J. The History of the Eastern Synod of the ReformedChurch in the United States. 1943. denominational history of apredecessor body to the United Church of Christ.
Koons, Kenneth E. and Warren R. Hofstra. After theBackcountry—Rural Life in the Great Valley of Virginia, 1800-1900. 2000.
Lane, John D. Plain Preaching—Sermons and Other Writings forEveryone. 1996.15
Lane, John D. Two Five Oh—Sermons Celebrating the 250thAnniversary of Trinity Church (1746-1996). 1996.
Larner, YuLee. Random Ramblings. 1980. Second Edition,1981.League of Women Voters of Staunton, Virginia. Know Your CityGovernment. 1961.
Lee Lodge No. 209, A.F.& A. M. A Brief History of Lee Lodge#209, A. F. & A. M., Waynesboro. 1966.
Lewis, Virgil A. History of the Battle of Point Pleasant. 1971.
Leyburn, James G. The Scotch-Irish—A Social History. 1962.indexed.
Loch Willow Presbyterian Church [Churchville]. Loch WillowPresbyterian Church History.
Longenecker, Stephen L. Shenandoah Religion—Outsiders and theMainstream, 1716-1865. 2002. indexed. maps. illustrations.
McCleary, Ann, Cultural Resources of Augusta County, compiledunder the auspices of the Department of Historic Resources.
McDaniel, John M. Liberty Hall Academy. 1979.
McGinnis, Carol. Virginia Genealogy—Sources and Resources.1993. indexed.
Macmaster, Richard K. Augusta County History 1865-1950.1987. indexed. illustrated. ACHS publication.16
Maier, Mrs. Karl and Mrs. Edgar R. Coiner. 200 Years, 1772-1972—History of Bethany-Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church ofWaynesboro. 1972. illustrated.
Main Street United Methodist Church. Main Street United
Methodist Church, Waynesboro, 1824-1974. 1974.
Marquis Memorial Methodist Church [Staunton]. Yearbook ofMarquis Memorial Methodist Church, 50th Anniversary. 1948.
Mary Baldwin College. Mary Baldwin College. Photography byDan Grogan. 1992. book of pictures of MBC
May, Clarence Edward. Life under Four Flags in the North RiverBasin of Virginia. 1982.
May, Clarence Edward. My Augusta. 1987. Second Edition 1998.
Menk, Patricia. To Live in Time. The Sesquicentennial History ofMary Baldwin College, 1842-1992. 1992. indexed. illustrated.
Meyer, Chris. A Century of Connections—100 Years of CFWCommunication, 1897-1997. 1997.
Miller, Ann Brush. Orange County Road Orders, 1734-1749.Miller, Matthew J. An Historical Examination of Water-PoweredGrist Mill and Farm and Spatial Interactions. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Master’s thesis, 1993.
Miller, William J. Mapping for Stonewall. 1993.
Mitchell, Robert D. Commercialism and Frontier: Perspectives on the Early Shenandoah Valley. 1977.
Mitchell, Robert D., ed. Appalachian Frontiers—Settlement,Society & Development in the Preindustrial Era. 1991.
Moore, Robert H., II. Gibraltar of the Shenandoah—Civil WarSites and Stories of Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County,Virginia. 2004. illustrated. indexed.
Morrison, Charles. Wappatomake—Survey of History and Geography of the South Branch. 1971.
Morrison, Charles. The Fairfax Line. 1970.
Morton, Oren F. A History of Pendleton County, West Virginia.1910.
Morton, Oren F. A History of Highland County, Virginia. 1911.
Morton, Oren F. A History of Monroe County, West Virginia.
Morton, Oren F. A Centennial History of Alleghany County, Virginia.
Morton, Oren F. A History of Rockbridge County, Virginia. 1920.
Mount Horeb Presbyterian Church. History of Mt. Horeb Presbyterian Church.
Mount Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church. A Sesquicentennial History of Mt. Tabor Church, 1839-1989. 1989.
Mount Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church. Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church, 100th Anniversary Booklet, 1839-1939.
Mount Zion Baptist Church [Staunton]. Souvenir Journal of Mount Zion’s First Hundred Years, 1868-1968. 1968.
Murrill, William Alphonso. The Natural History of Staunton, Virginia. 1919.
Nutt, Joe. Historical Sketches of African-American Churches (Past and Present) of Augusta County, Staunton, Waynesboro, and Vicinity. 2001. illustrated.
Pancake, Frank Rollins. First Presbyterian Church—1804-1954. 1954.
Patchan, Scott C. The Forgotten Fury—The Battle of Piedmont, Virginia. 1996.
Pawlette, Nathaniel Mason. A Brief History of the Roads of Virginia—1607-1840. 1977.
Pawlette, Nathaniel Mason. The Route of the Three Notch’d Road. 1976.
Pendleton County [West Virginia] Historical Society. Grave Register of Pendleton County, West Virginia. 1977.
Pendleton County [West Virginia] Historical Society. Grave Register II of Pendleton County, West Virginia. 1980.
Pendleton County [West Virginia] Historical Society. Marriages of Pendleton County, Virginia—1799-1853. 1993.
Peyton, J. Lewis. History of Augusta County Virginia (1882). reprinted 1985. modern index.
Phipps, William E. William Sheppard—Congo’s African American Livingstone. 2002.
Pleasant View Evangelical Lutheran Church. A Century of Faith—Pleasant View Lutheran Church. 1979.
Pond, George E. The Shenandoah Valley in 1864. Campaigns of the Civil War. 1883.
Porter, Randy and Nancy Sorrells. Cyclist’s Guide to the Shenandoah Valley.
Price, Charles Grattan, Jr. “The Crooked and Weedy”—A History of the Chesapeake and Western Railway.
Puglisi, Michael, ed. Diversity and Accommodation—Essays on the Cultural Composition of the Virginia Frontier. 1997.
Ramsey, James W., Jr. A History of Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church, 1837-1987. 1987.
Reese, Margaret, comp. Abstract of Augusta County, Virginia, Death Register, 1853-1896.
Reneer, Percival. The Springs of Virginia. 1941.
Robertson, James I. The Stonewall Brigade. 1981.
Roper, Peter W. Jedidiah Hotchkiss—Rebel Matchmaker and Virginia Businessman. 1992. illustrated. indexed.
Rouse, Park, Jr. The Great Wagon Road. American Trail Series. 1973.
Ruffin, Beverley. Augusta Parish, Virginia, 1738-1780. 1970.
St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ. St. John’s Reformed United Church of Christ.
Sappington, Roger. The Brethren in Virginia. The History of the Church of the Brethren in Virginia. 1973. indexed. illustrated.
Schildt, John W. The Long Line of Splendor, 1742-1992—The Genealogy of a Regiment, the 116th Infantry, the Stonewall Brigade. 1992.
Second Presbyterian Church [Staunton]. A History of the Second Presbyterian Church. 1975.
Second Presbyterian Church [Staunton]. Second Presbyterian Church, 75th Anniversary, 1875-1950. 1950.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad Company. Through the Shenandoah Valley.
Shirey, Paul C. Shirey’s Guidebook to Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro, Virginia. 1966. compilation of lists of local personalities, place names, events.
Staunton Military Academy. The Shrapnel. Staunton Military Academy Yearbook.
Shutty, Michael S., Jr. An Old House in Greenville, Virginia. 1997.
Simpson, Paige Shoaf and Jerry H. Simpson, Jr. Torn Land [the Nelson County Flood]. 1970.
Skelton, Harold E. Weyers Cave—First Century, 1874-1975. 1974.
Sorrells, Nancy. Two Hundred Years Serving Our Lord: Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church 1802-2002. 2002. illustrated. indexed.
Sorrells, Nancy, Katharine L. Brown, and Susanne Simmons. “Conformable to the Doctrine and Discipline” The History of Trinity Church, Augusta Parish, Staunton, Virginia 1746-1996. indexed. illustrated.
Sorrells, Nancy, Katharine L. Brown, J. Susanne Simmons. Old Providence Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church—1742-2001. 2001. indexed. illustrated.
Staunton-Augusta Chamber of Commerce. Our Story, Staunton and Augusta County, Virginia. 1980.
Staunton Coca-Cola Bottling Works. Staunton Coca-Cola Bottling Works—75th Anniversary—1908-1983. 1983.
Stevens, William Oliver. Shenandoah and Its Byways. 1941.
[Staunton] News-Leader. Our Century Together—100 Years of Photos, Memories and News-Leader Front Pages. 2004. illustrated.
[Staunton] News-Leader. Shenandoah Valley Memories. 2005. illustrated.
Stratton, Tim and Nancy Embree. A Pictorial History of Waynesboro, Staunton, and Augusta County, Virginia. 2003. illustrated.
Stuart, Charles A. Memories of the Indian Wars. 1971.
Stuarts Draft Baptist Church. Stuarts Draft Baptist Church, 75th Anniversary, 1894-1969. 1969.
Svenson, Peter. Battlefield—Farming a Civil War Battlefield [Piedmont]. 1992.
Swank, Walbrook D. Train Running in the Confederacy. 1990.
Troubetzkoy, Sergei. Staunton, Virginia. Images of America Series. 2005. illustrated.
Talbott, Mary Lee Keister. The Dyer Settlement & the Fort Seibert Massacre. 1937.
Thwaites, Reuben G. and Louise Phelps Kellogg. Documentary History of Lord Dunmore’s War—1774. 1905. Second Edition, 1974.
Tillson, Albert H., Jr. Gentry and Common Folk—Political Culture on a Virginia Frontier—1740-1789. 1991.
Turner, Charles W., Thomas W. Wilson, Jr., and Eugene L. Huddleston. Chessie Road. 1956. reprinted 1986. indexed. illustrated. railroad history.
Trinity Episcopal Church. Augusta Parish and Trinity Episcopal Church, 1746-1946. 1946.
Trinity Lutheran Church [Waynesboro]. Highlights of 175 Years of Diving Blessing—Trinity Lutheran Church, 1772-1972. 1972.
Turner, Herbert S. Bethel and Her Ministers. 1946.
Valley Conservation Council. The Middlebrook-Brownsburg Corridor. 1997. [Contains considerable historic information about the area.]
Valley Conservation Council The State of the Valley. 2003.
Waddell, Lewis. Annals of Augusta County Virginia 1726-1871. 1888. reprinted 1986. indexed.
Walker, Gary C. Yankee Soldiers in Virginia Valleys—Hunter’s Raid. 1989.
Wallace, Lee A. 5th Virginia Infantry. 1988.
Waller, J. Flint. West of Suez. 1970.
Ward, Matthew C. Breaking the Backcountry—The Seven Years’ War in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1754-1765. 2003.
Watters, Mary. The History of Mary Baldwin College, 1842-1942. 1942. indexed.
Wayland, John W. Historic Homes of Northern Virginia.
Wayland, John W. A History of Rockingham County, Virginia. 1912.
Wayland, John W. Stonewall Jackson’s Way. 1940. Second Edition, 1959. Third Edition, 1969.
Wayland, John W. Twenty-five Chapters on the Shenandoah Valley. 1957. reprinted 1976. illustrated. indexed.
Wayland, John W. The Valley Turnpike and Other Roads. 1967.
Wayland, John W. Virginia Valley Records. 1930. reprinted 1985. indexed. genealogical material.
Waynesboro at the Half Century Mark.
Weaver, Jeffrey. The Virginia Home Guards. 1996.
Whitehead, Thomas. Virginia—A Handbook. 1893.
Willis, Carrie Hunter and Etta Belle Walker. Legends of the Skyline Drive & Great Valley of Virginia. 1940.
Wilson, Howard McKnight. Great Valley Patriots—Western Virginia in the Struggle for Liberty. 1976. indexed. illustrated. ACHS publication.
Wilson, Howard McKnight. Lexington Presbytery Heritage. 1971. indexed. maps. illustrated.
Wilson, Howard McKnight. Tinkling Spring—Headwater of Freedom—A Study of the Presbyterian Church and Her People—1732-1752. 1954.
Wilson, Rita. The Black Community of Staunton, Virginia in the Era of Segregation. Typescript of newspaper articles appearing in
the Staunton News-Leader in 1982. copies available at Staunton Public Library, Mary Baldwin Library, and ACHS Archives.
Wise, William. The History of Staunton Baseball, 1866-1983. 1983.
Wood, Alice. Dr. Francis T. Stribling and Moral Medicine—Curing the Insane at Virginia’s Western State Hospital: 1836-1874. 2004.
Wust, Klaus. The Virginia Germans. 1969.
Young, Douglas. A Brief History of the Staunton and James River Turnpike. 1972.