A Virginia Indian in a headdress holds a bow in one hand and tobacco leaves in the other in this woodblock image used by an English company to label its "Best Virginia" tobacco product. Tobacco was the major cash crop for the English colonists in…
Heart-to-Health Talk With Virginia Red Men
PHONOGRAPH TO TALK ON HEALTH
Dr. Ennion G. Williams, State Health Officer, Is Operating Unique Plan.
LECTURES ON TUBERCULOSIS
Makes First Trial to Be Reproduced in Amherst to Indian Tribe.
MISSION WORK AMONG SOME CHEROKEE REMNANTS IN VIRGINIA.
BY ARTHUR P. GRAY, JR.
In the latter part of the 18th century, and the early part of the 19th, the inhabitants of the Piedmont section of Virginia were accustomed to see small bands of…