Revolutionary War Colonial Williamsburg

A few weeks after the British army came and went, French and American Continental soldiers came to Williamsburg in the summer of 1781 to set up a base to prepare for the Battle of Yorktown. In a recreation of that event, reenactors march down Williamsburg's Duke of Gloucester Street. Mandatory Credit: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
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( Colonial Williamsburg Foundation / September 25, 2006 )

A few weeks after the British army came and went, French and American Continental soldiers came to Williamsburg in the summer of 1781 to set up a base to prepare for the Battle of Yorktown. In a recreation of that event, reenactors march down Williamsburg's Duke of Gloucester Street. Mandatory Credit: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

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