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Category "African Americans" Episodes:
Richard Josey, Historian
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • African Americans in Colonial Williamsburg
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  • We are celebrating the 400th Anniversary of America. On our road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia we explore Colonial Williamsburg.

    Colonial Williamsburg tells the story of America, in the years preceding and during the American Revolution. More than 500 buildings have been preserved and replicated to re-create eighteenth century Williamsburg, the first capital of the colonies.

    We are exploring Virginia’s Historic Triangle, the three cities of Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg. Richard Josey is one of the interpreters at Colonial Williamsburg who helps to keep history alive with first person reenactments.