Copyright

The materials on the Virginia Center for Digital History website are under copyright.

These materials have been made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. You may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) materials from this website for these purposes without prior permission on the condition that you properly cite the source in all copies. (Please see the example below.)

For other uses of materials from the VCDH website (for example, commercial products, publication, broadcast, mirroring, reuse on a website, or anything else that does not fall under "fair use") we require that you contact the VCDH in advance for permission to reproduce the materials. Contact information is given below. If requesting permission to use materials from our site please be prepared to refer specifically to the information you intend to use.

Scot French, Director
Virginia Center for Digital History
Alderman Library, Taylor Room
P.O. Box 400116
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4116

Citations

To cite our sources you should refer to the particular item (for example a database or image), the project (or collection) it comes from, the VCDH, the University of Virginia, and the web address of the item.

For example, if you performed a search on the Emigrants database the appropriate citation would be:

Emigrants Database, Virginia Emigrants to Liberia, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia (/liberia/index.php?page=Resources&section=Search%20Emigrants).

Or, if you cited a story:

Marie Tyler-McGraw, "Martha Ann Ricks: Domestic Patriot," Virginia Emigrants to Liberia, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia (/liberia/index.php?page=Stories&section=Martha%20Ricks).