Welcome to the Lee Family Digital Archive Blog!

This is the excerpt for your very first post.


Welcome to the Lee Family Digital Archive (LFDA) blog! The LFDA, which is located at the duPont Library at Stratford Hall in Westmoreland County, Virginia, contains more than 3,5000 letters, books, legal papers, and other documents concerning the Lee family of Virginia. It is making available primary source materials for students, scholars, genealogists, and the general public. The LFDA, located at http://www.leefamilyarchive.org, is adding new material daily.

Here at our wordpress blog, we will be writing about events going on at the LFDA and some of the more interesting aspects of our collections and what we do here. Stay tuned!

Author: leefamilydigitalarchive

The Lee Family Digital Archive is an online repository documenting the Lee family of Virginia. The editor of the LFDA is Dr. Colin Woodward, a historian of the South and published scholar. The site, which is free and open to the public, is located at www.leefamilyarchive.org. The LFDA contains 4,000 letters, documents, books, legal papers, and references sources, covering more than 300 hundred years of Virginia and American history. The site is updated Monday-Friday and contains many items never before published. Please check us out on the web. Comments and suggestions are appreciated, and reference questions are promptly answered.

One thought on “Welcome to the Lee Family Digital Archive Blog!”

  1. Hi,
    I really enjoyed your sharing the informative and personalized first looks and feelings about a piece of our country’s history. I look forward to reading the next installment on Tuesday.


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