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The Virginia GazetteFerry costs "Since we have several armchair experts weighing in on why it's a waste to secure the ferry, let me toss out a scenario that perhaps the real experts considered in their decision. Further down the river, we have irreplaceable national assets...
Sarah Osborn, 14, earns gold medal in USA Shooting Junior Olympic national championships | Community newsSarah Osborn wanted to take another shot at competing in small-bore .22 rifle shooting. Why not? The 14-year-old Hampton shooting phenom already had won national honors in air rifle. This included winning individual silver and bronze medals in her age...
The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash.The National Park Service's recent takeover of management at Pearson Air Museum from the Fort Vancouver National Trust generated protests, newspaper headlines and a congressional hearing on a bill that would, in effect, return the museum to the trust's...
The Washington PostWILLIAMSBURG - I received the message from the revolutionary agent who, despite her 18th-century dress and speech, had no time for period delivery services. When America’s freedom is at stake, and the park is closing in a few hours, we patriots...
email@example.comTraders pulled primitive carts full of wares across fields in the cool morning air. Servants used long sticks to stir stew in sturdy black pots, and a town crier announced an auction to take place after noon. The wistful tunes of a fife sailed in the...
From the beginning, the first Africans who began arriving in Virginia in 1619 faced a harder life than the white indentured servants whose labors they shared. Singled out by religion and the color of their skin, they were seen very early on as...
Tags: Jamestown Settlement, Slavery
Even before they opened Colonial Williamsburg's first exhibition buildings, the pioneering stewards of the Historic Area recognized the importance of music in recreating the look, sound and feel of 18th-century life in an Anglo-American setting. Two...
For as long as art historians have been writing about painting in the early South, it's been common to think of the region's artists as relatively independent and even isolated figures. Many show up in the records as episodic visitors from Europe or...
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) met on March 20 in Washington D.C. with a group of 70 seventh- and eighth-grade students and their chaperons from Glendale's Toll Middle School. The students were visiting during their spring break, and Schiff took time to...
Daily PressColonial Williamsburg is offering Virginia residents a discount on annual passes. Through May 31, Virginia residents can pay the price of a single-day admission ticket and return for the rest of the year free. The "Salute to Virginia" offer represents...
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Daily PressAddress: 2400 Pate's Creek in The Vineyards, Williamsburg Price: $875,000 Listing agent: Amerika Davis, associate broker with Liz Moore and Associates, 757-869-5533 or firstname.lastname@example.org Basics: Nestled along the Williamsburg Winery, the exclusive...
A landmark show of more than 80 early Southern paintings will open Saturday at the art museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Curated by CW scholar Carolyn J. Weekly after years of painstaking research, "Painters and Paintings in the Early American South" is...
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