Kingsmill Bibliography

1. Bagaeen, S., and O. Uduku. Gated communities: Social sustainability in contemporary and historical gated developments. UK: Cromwell Press Group, 2010. Print.
2. Blakey, Edward J. Fortress America: Gated Communities in the United States. Brookings Institution Press, 1997. Print.
3. Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.,. Planning for the long term: (a special communication from Colonial Williamsburg relating to the background and rational for sale of the Kingsmill property to Anheuser-Bush, Inc. Williamsburg: The Foundation, 1970. Print.
4. Dunn, William. “Guardedly Republican: The Voting Behavior of Gated Community Residents in Williamsburg-James City County in the 2006 and 2008 Elections.” Conference Papers — Midwestern Political Science Association., 2009. 1. Academic Search Complete. Web.
5. Frances Robb. 2010 Interview by Morgan Flaherty. Williamsburg Documentary Project Digital Archive, April 5.
6. Glass, Anne Cary. An Ecological Interpretation of Food Remains at the Kingsmill site, James City County, Virginia. 1974. Print.
7. John Womeldorf. 2010 Interview by Sarah Horan. Williamsburg Documentary Project Digital Archive, April 1.
8. Kelso, William M. Historical Archaeology at Kingsmill. 1973-1977. Print.
9. Kelso, William M. Kingsmill Plantations, 1619-1800: Archaeology of Country life in colonial Virginia. Orlando: Academic Press, 1984. Print.
10. Langley, Cortney. “Planning Commission defers Kingsmill expansion, citing unresolved issues” Virginia Gazette, 2010.
11. Low, Setha M. Behind the Gates: life, security, and the pursuit of happiness in forstress America. Routledge, 2003. Print.
12. Tolbert, Bill. “20 Yeas Later, Kingsmill has Grown According to Plan” Virginia Gazette,1994. Print.
13. Wells, Camille. Kingsmill Plantation: A Cultural Analysis. 1976. vii, 133. Print.

1 Response to “Kingsmill Bibliography”


  1. 1 mal2013 March 16, 2014 at 9:23 pm

    I like your combination of general secondary sources on gated communities and specific reports related to Kingsmill, including previous WDP projects. Perhaps these projects will provide the names of people with whom you might be able to conduct follow-up interviews.

    I see that you still have several of the archaeological studies of Kingsmill on your bibliography. How do you plan to use this information about the very early history of the area in your research about the current gated community?

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