Manuscripts, maps, transcripts, illustrations, and a chronology provide a comprehensive record of the history of the Virginia Company of London (1606-1624). This resource documents the founding and economic development of the Virginia colony, relations between colonists and indigenous peoples, and early trade between Britain and America. Highlights of the collection include the complete Ferrar Papers from Magdalene College, Cambridge; previously unpublished transcripts by Dr. David Ransome of around 500 documents from the Virginia Company Archives.

Database Type: Archival Collections Interface Language: English Materials Language: English Subject: American Indian Studies, History (U.S.), History (World), Native American Studies, Primary Sources Broad Category: Area Studies, Arts, Engineering, Ethnic & Gender Studies, Government Information, Humanities, Languages & Literatures, Multidisciplinary, Reference, Sciences, Social Sciences