With so many beautiful postcards to choose from, your toughest choose will be whether to keep them for yourself, or tear them out to send to friends. This book of 33 iconic images from Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area includes seasonal pictures of the Capitol, Governor's Palace, trade shops, and gardens.
Colonial Williamsburg, the nation's oldest and largest living history museum, is dedicated to preserving America's revolutionary ideals and its community of the 1770s —the year in which the colony took its first steps toward becoming a new nation. Daily life is re-created within the 173 acres of the Historic Area, in which 88 original 18th-century buildings stand beside many structures rebuilt on original foundations. Year after year, guests come to experience these stately public buildings, charming homes, and glorious gardens.
Includes 33 postcards
Seasonal iconic images of Colonial Williamsburg
From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the political, social, and cultural capital of Virginia. In Williamsburg, colonist such as Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and Peyton Randolph began to hunger for liberty and independence from Britain. Williamsburg established a path to freedom and bade America to follow.
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