NORFOLK NAVY YARD
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THE NORFOLK NAVY YARD INTO THE 20th CENTURY
History of Norfolk County, Virginia, and Representative Citizens, CHAPTER XXVII, "The United States Navy Yard," by Col. William H. Stewart, Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1902.
Scientific American Supplement, August 8, 1914. Proposed Enlargement of Norfolk Navy Yard.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard: Postcard Images (by subject - large file)
The History of our Navy Yard by Com. A. W. Ashbrook, December 1926, and published in The Portsmouth Star, January 9, 1927. Transcribed by Jefferson M. Moak, Archivist, National Archives, Philadelphia, & donated to the Norfolk Navy Yard site. Original document resides at National Archives at Philadelphia.
Guide and Brief Historical Sketch of the Norfolk Navy Yard, 1776 - 1926. Published by Norfolk Navy Yard, 1928.
History of the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, by Clare Beverley Whitehead, pub. 1942.
History of the Norfolk Navy Yard in World War II by Arthur Sydnor Barksdale, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, USNR, Portsmouth, VA 1945
History of Marine Barracks, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, and its Predecessors, 1802-1945.
Marine Barracks, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, from Hamersly's Encyclopia, published 1881.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia: a brief history by Marshall W. Butt, Librarian, Public Information Office, Portsmouth, Virginia, April 1951.
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia. [Capabilities & Performance] Reviewed and approved for printing in accordance with SECNAV INST 5600.15 on 11 March 1964.
1767 - 1967 Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia: 200 Years of Service. Published by Norfolk Naval Shipyard, 1967.
Two Years Under the Crane, William & Mary's St. Helena's Extension, by Rich Griset. William & Mary's Alumni Magazine, Summer 2014, Vol. 79, No. 4. Permission for use received.
File 1: Images
Excerpts from History of United States Navy-Yard at Gosport, Virginia, by Edward P. Lull, A.M.
Dry-Dock Construction Plans, 3-3-1827
Dry Dock 1 Nomination Form
German Village (1915-1917) Permission has been granted to post these articles.
Enemy or Tourist Attraction: The German Village at the Norfolk Navy Yard during World War I by Bill Edwards-Bodmer.
The Daybook, Summer 1999: 40,000 Tons of Trouble Drops Anchor in Hampton Roads
The Norfolk Historical Society Courier, Fall 2007: The German Village at Norfolk Naval Shipyard
The Daybook, Vol. 7, Issue 4: German Raiders in Hampton Roads by Elijah Palmer
The German Village History in Pictures by Marcus W. Robbins
History of the Washington Navy Yard Civilian Workforce 1799-1962 by John G. Sharp
The Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 by John G. Sharp
Influenza Addendum: Lillian M Murphy RN USNR (1887-1918) Navy Cross Recipient
The Washington Navy Yard & the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918/1919 by John G. Sharp
Norfolk Naval Shipyard Serves The Fleet - Norfolk Naval Shipyard Film, circa 1965
History of Norfolk Naval Shipyard (YouTube, circa 2011)
Shipyard Pickers 2020
Episode 1 Laser Scanning
Episode 2 Laser Ablation
Episode 3 Exoskeleton
Episode 4 Additive Manufacturing