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"The Smithfield Review is the culmination of a long-held desire by some APVA members associated with Historic Smithfield to provide a journal in which the important but often neglected history of the region becomes available to the general public in a way that is both interesting and enlightening. The Smithfield Review will focus on the history of the area west of the Blue Ridge mountains in Virginia and adjacent states. Articles will include studies of important personages and events, reports of archeological discoveries, and analyses of the social, political, economic, and architectural history of the region. Whenever possible and appropriate, the articles will incorporate letters, speeches, and other primary documents that convey to the reader a direct sense of the past."
If you would like to contribute to The Smithfield Review, please contact editor Hugh Campbell at email@example.com.
The Smithfield Review is an annual publication that may be purchased from the Smithfield Museum Store or by downloading and mailing the attached form to Smithfield.
In addition to these sources, the Smithfield Review may be found at the following off-site locations: Tech Bookstore on Main St. (Blacksburg), Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Art Gallery (Christiansburg), Salem Museum, Andrew Johnston House Museum (Pearisburg), Wilderness Road Museum (Newbern), and the Museum of the Middle Appalachians (Saltville).
The Smithfield Review is an annual publication that may be purchased from the Smithfield Museum Store or by downloading and mailing the attached form to Smithfield. You may want to consultthis LIST of annotations for each of the Review’s articles, by Volume, prepared by Smithfield member Dr. James Glanville.
|Volume 1: 1997||Volume 2: 1998||Volume 3: 1999||Volume 4: 2000|
|Volume 5: 2001||Volume 6: 2002||Volume 7: 2003||Volume 8: 2004|
|Volume 9: 2005||Volume 10: 2006||Volume 11: 2007||Volume 12: 2008|
|Volume 13: 2009||Volume 14: 2010||Volume 15: 2011||Volume 16: 2012|
|Volume 17: 2013|