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    Liberty: A Day on DoG Street

    Liberty is Colonial Williamsburg's mascot, a dog just like George Washington may have owned. Join Liberty as she visits the people and places (and animals) of Williamsburg, as she grabs a shoe from the shoemaker, finds her way out the maze behind the...

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  • Will's Story: 1771

    The Young Americans Book Series by award-winning author Joan Lowery Nixon Twelve-year-old Will Pelham is the son of the Williamsburg jailer. Will befriends Emmanuel, an imprisoned enslaved person who has runaway, and discovers his plans for an escape...

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  • Fall Semester Recipe Greeting Card

    A greeting card with a little something extra: a delicious recipe, straight from our tavern chefs! The card shows a beautiful depiction of the fall semester at William & Mary by folk artist Karen Cruden. The picturesque Wren Building, flanked by the...

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  • Eighteenth Century Clothing at Williamsburg

    Antique clothing worn by men, women, and children in the eighteenth century offering a revealing glimpse into the lives of colonial Virginians in Colonial Williamsburg. Accessories such as aprons, gloves, hats, handkerchiefs, fans, shoes, stockings, and...

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  • Tavern Cookbook

    It's six o'clock, stomachs are rumbling and suddenly you have a yearning for the Crab and Shrimp Stuffed Flounder you enjoyed at Christiana Campbell's Tavern. No problem. Pull out your tavern cookbook. Roll up your sleeves. In an hour, you'll enjoy the...

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  • Melody Harp

    This finely crafted wood zither, or melody harp, is one of the easiest instruments a child can play. Simply slide one of 12 song sheets under the strings and follow the "dots" with the pick. A great way to start a child onto a lifetime of music. 14 1/2"...

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  • Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia

    Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia by Carson Hudson is a fascinating book about eighteenth-century witchcraft beliefs and trials in Virginia based on actual facts in historical records and not Hollywood myths and modern legends. While the witchcraft mania...

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  • Four Documents of Freedom

    Choose this unique set for the American history buff in your life, young or old. This impressive set of four antiqued historical documents includes the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, the Bill of Rights, and Abraham...

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  • Ghosts Amongst Us

    Based in part on Colonial Williamsburg's popular evening programs "Cry Witch" and "Ghosts Amongst Us"—and also including stories that have never been performed—here are the tales that chilled and amused Virginians over two hundred years ago...

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  • Blacksmith's Iron Key Paperweight

    Add an artisan look to your home or office with this handsome paperweight shaped like a blacksmith's iron key. It's a unique desk accessory and a reminder of the skill of the 18th-century metal worker. The colonial blacksmith forged iron and steel to...

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  • Botany - A Naturalist's Notebook - cover

    Botany - A Naturalist's Notebook

    Whether you make observations close to home (how does your garden grow?) or keep detailed, accurate field notes for your Journal of Researches (like Darwin!), take along this Botany - A Naturalist's Notebook. Make at least one discovery every day! 48...

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  • Plants of Colonial Williamsburg

    This guide to the plants in Colonial Williamsburg's gardens describes and discusses two hundred flowers, trees, herbs, and shrubs. The historical background of each plant links it with the colonial period. Brief biographies of early plantsmen explain the...

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  • Revolutionary Brothers | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Revolutionary Brothers

    Steeped in primary sources, Revolutionary Brothers casts fresh light on the remarkable, often complicated, friendship of two extraordinary men - the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson. As Lafayette opened doors in Paris and Versailles...

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