The Digital Library of the Caribbean has historical documents and videos on the Virgin Islands. Enjoy.

Many full text books, including some on the Virgin Islands history, are availble on archive.org. When the web site comes up, in the Search area, type in “St. Croix USVI” and select the type of search you want (I used text). You will get a screen of articles and books that pertain to St. Croix.

Below is a link to Susan Beach’s Castle Coakley Project. This is a presentation created for Chant.
Estate Castle Coakley

These are two links to a Danish project that maps Danish colonial history to people and places in St. Croix:
  1. Mapping a Colony Aims to:
    Create an interactive map of Denmark and the US Virgin Islands, which highlights and investigates the colonial heritage, with a specific focus on the Danish West Indies, as it manifests itself historically and/or presently in these areas. and much more. go to
    https://blogit.itu.dk/mappingacolonyen/about/
2.      Mapping a Colony
         This project engages with digital cultural heritage on a
          prototype website that tests the interactive potential of 
          what we might call digital colonial fragments.  It is also a
          project that maps places, people, and photographic
          material relating to Danish colonial heritage in two
          geographic areas:  Denmark and the former Danish West
          Indies (now the U. S. Virgin Islands, USVI)

 Full details available at https://blogit.itu.dk/mappingacolonyen/