This book relates the fascinating story of how the Reverend W. A. R. Goodwin and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., went about restoring Virginia's colonial capital. Equally engrossing is the account of how the Williamsburg that visitors see today turned a sleepy southern town into a city vibrant with the voices of history. Softbound.
- A look at Colonial Williamsburg 1926-2001
- Information and Photographs
- 81 pages
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A very interesting book at a reasonable price, I really enjoyed this item. I especially enjoy the photos.