UPDATE: Travel James River, VA was written, complied, and designed by NCPE Intern Mia Carey in Summer 2016. Dr. Barbara Little, Program Manager of the NPS Cultural Resources Office of Interpretation and Education, and Katherine Crawford-Lackey, Resident Fellow in the Cultural Resources Office of Interpretation and Education, edited the content and Jeff Joeckel provided the updated map.
The original James River Plantations travel itinerary was produced in 2005 by the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places in partnership with the James River Plantations of Charles City Count, Virginia, the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO). It was created under the direction of the John W. Roberts, Acting Chief of the National Register of Historic Places; Patrick W. Andrus, Heritage Tourism Program Manager; and Beth Savage, Publications Managing Editor in cooperation with Carola D. Shull, Chief of Heritage Education Services. James River Plantations was based on information in the files of the National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmarks collections.
Brian Gordineer of the James River Plantations of Charles City County, Virgoinia conceptualized and complied written information for the itinerary. National Register web production team members included Jeff Joeckel, who designed the itinerary, Rustin Quaide and Shannon Davis (all of NCSHPO). Property descriptions were written by Brian Gordineer, edited by Shannon Davis and based on National register nominations and Calder Loth's Virginia Landmarks Register (4th edition, 1999), published by the University Press of Virginia. Maps and contextual essays were complied by Rustin Quaide. Thank you to Calder Loth, Marc Wagner, Keith Egloff, Randolph Turner, Jean McRae (Virginia Department of Historic Resources) and Carl Lounsbury (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation) for their assistance.