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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...
As the political epicenter of British America’s richest and most populous colony, the town of Williamsburg played host to a rich cross-spectrum of humanity during the 1700s. Planters, merchants and tradesmen of all shades and stripes came from...
Even in a region celebrated for its early colonial churches, old St. Luke's stands out from the crowd. No house of worship in English America reaches further back in time than this landmark 17th-century relic. And mixed in with the classical...
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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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...
A meeting of the South Hagerstown High School boosters will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the media center at South Hagers-town High School. There will be many topics to discuss. Everyone is invited. Diabetes support group to meet April 17 The diabetes...
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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...
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...
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...
Archaeologists and forensic scientists working with human remains recovered at Historic Jamestowne last summer reported Wednesday that their follow-up studies have turned up the gruesome first physical evidence of the cannibalism that took place during...
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...
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...
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