Women’s History Month at the LFDA

Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee, wife of Robert E. Lee. Here she is pictured with her son, Robert E. Lee, Jr.


In honor of Women’s History Month in March, the Lee Family Digital Archive will be featuring letters, diaries, and other papers from Lee family women. These documents will provide a unique glimpse into the lives of women in the 18th and 19th centuries. The LFDA will focus on transcribing, editing, and uploading documents that have not been published before.

Please check our wesbite, http://www.leefamilyarchive.org for daily additions to the story of the Lee family women!


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.

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